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Captivating the King is a Korean Romance, Drama (2024). Captivating the King cast: Jo Jung Suk, Shin Se Kyung, Park Ye Young. Captivating the King Release Date: 21 January 2024. Captivating the King Episodes: 16.
Captivating the King Detail
Drama: Captivating the King (2024)
Director: Jo Nam Gook
Writer: Kim Sung Deok
Main Stars: Jo Jung Suk, Shin Se Kyung, Park Ye Young
Genres: Romance, Drama
Country: South Korea
Release Date: 21 January 2024
Aired: 21 January 2024-10 March 2024
Aired On: Saturday, Sunday
Also Known As: Spy, Sejak, the Enchanted, Spy, the Fascinated, Sejak: Charmed Deceit, Sejak, Maehokdwen Jadeul, 스파이,,세작, 매혹된 자들, Captivating the King 2024
Captivating the King Synopsis and Plot Summary
Lee In is a prince. His elder sister is Lee Sun, the King Lee Sun, who cares about him quite a bit. He pledges loyalty to his elder sister, Lee In is taken hostage by the Qing Dynasty.
The King Lee Sun soon views his younger brother’s loyalty as a betrayal and starts to hate the man.
Lee In endures deep emotional suffering as a result of this.
Lee In then meets an unknown baduk player who bets on her games.
He is absolutely captivated by the musician known as the baduk. In the course of events, Lee In becomes the King.
He holds the top position and is an extremely powerful person However, the truth is that he is depressed and weak inside.
In the time that Kang Hee Soo was gaining not much recognition for her work as a good-natured baduk musician, she came across Prince Lee In and fell in love with him.
In a whirlwind that happens to her, she turns out to be an informer. She confronts the King Lee In to get her revenge.
Captivating the King Cast
Jo Jung Suk as Lee In / Grand Prince Jin Han
Shin Se Kyung as Kang Hee Soo
Park Ye Young as Court Lady Dong
Lee Shin Young as Kim Myung Ha
Jo Sung Ha as Kim Jong Bae
Choi Dae Hoon as Lee Sun
Jung Suk Yong as Se Dong
Lee Kyu Hoe as Park Jong Hwan | Queen Dowager Park’s older brother
Yang Kyung Won as Yoo Hyun Bo | Assistant section chief of the Ministry of Rites
Shin Sae Kyeong as Kang Hee Soo / Kang Mong Woo
Na Hyun Woo as Chu Dal Ha
Son Hyun Joo as Kang Hang Soon
Jang Young Nam as Queen Park
Ahn Shi Ha as Queen Kim / Lee Sun’s Wife
Kang Hong Suk as Joo Sang Hwa
Han Dong Hee as Hong Jang
Song Sang Eun as Ja Geun Nyun
Jeon Soo Ji as Court Lady Han | Queen Dowager Park’s assistant
Choi Ye Chan as Grand Prince Dae Gun \ Lee Sun’s son
Ha Seo Yoon as Queen Oh
Ahn Se Eun as Royal Princess Jang Ryung
Uhm Hyo Sub as Oh Wook Hwan
Kim Bo Yun as Boon Young
Jo Jae Ryong as Jung Je Pyo
Go Soo Hee as Jeom Yi Nae
Baek Suk Kwang as Min Ji Hwan
Kim Seo Ha as Min sang Hyo
Song Ji Woo as Courtesan
Lee Yoon Hee as Kim Je Nam \ Hang Soon’s old friend
Kim Han Jong as Man Bok
Lee Yoon Gun as Government official
Won Tae San as Prince Rui
Seo Young Sam as Baduk player
Kang Hak Soo as Baduk game onlooker
Shin Jun Chul as Baduk game onlooker
Kim Jung Han as Baduk game onlooker
Jin Sung Min as Jailer
Kim Sung Yong as Physician
Lee Dong Soo as Royal secretary on duty
Sung Chan Ho as Second vice-premie
Kang Ji Yong as Unknown