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Live (2018)

Live cast: Jung Yu-Mi, Lee Kwang-Soo, Bae Sung-Woo. The Great Seducer Date: 10 March 2018. Live episodes: 18.
Live cast: Jung Yu-Mi, Lee Kwang-Soo, Bae Sung-Woo. The Great Seducer Date: 10 March 2018. Live episodes: 18.

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Overall: Live is a Korean Romance, Drama (2018). Live cast: Jung Yu-Mi, Lee Kwang-Soo, Bae Sung-Woo. The Great Seducer Date: 10 March 2018. Live episodes: 18.

Live Detail

Drama: Live (2018)
Network: tvN, Netflix, Netflix, Netflix, Netflix
Director: Kim Kyu Tae, Myung Hyun Woo
Writer: Noh Hee Kyung
Main Stars: Jung Yu-Mi, Lee Kwang-Soo, Bae Sung-Woo
Genres: Romance, Drama
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Release Date: 10 March 2018
Season: 1
Aired: 10 March 2018-6 May 2018
Aired on: Saturday, Sunday
Also Known As: Laibeu, Raibeu, 라이브, Live 2018

Live Synopsis and Plot Summary

The dramatization rotates around the occurrences that happen in the police power and the delight, distress, and torment that cops understanding as they attempt to ensure equity.

Yeom Sang-soo is resolved to live in the standard of society by turning into an open authority. In any case, he turns into a symbol of disaster with each case that he handles and runs into a struggle with an unrivaled. Han Jung Oh is Yeom Sang Soo’s associate and a female official that attempts to battle male bullheadedness. The two characters with high battling soul join endeavors to understand episodes.

Live Cast

Jung Yu-Mi as Han Jung-O
Lee Kwang-Soo as Yeom Sang-Soo
Bae Sung-Woo as Oh Yang-Chon
Bae Jong-Ok as An Jang-Mi
Sung Dong-Il as Ki Han-Sol

Jang Hyun-Sung as Eun Kyung-Mo
Lee Eol as Lee Sam-Bo
Lee Joo-Young as Song Hye-Ri
Lee Si-Un as Kang Nam-Il
Shin Dong-Wook as Choi Myung-Ho

Kim Gun-woo as Kim Han-Pyo
Jo Wan-Ki as Kim Min-Seok
Baek Seung-Do as Kim Min-Seok
Lee Soon-Won as Ban Jong-Min
Kim Jong-Hoon as Min Won-Woo

Lee Soon-Jae as Yang-Chon’s father
Yum Hye-Ran as Sang-Soo’s mother
Yoo Su-bin as a police academy cadet
Go Min-Si as Oh Song-Yi
Choi Hee-Do as a copycat

Additional Cast Members

Woo Hyun-Zoo as Jung-O’s mother
Jang Ho-Joon as Oh Dae-Gwan
Kim Tae-Hoon as Sang-Soo’s older brother
Nam Moon-Chul as Lee Sang-Ho
Jang Hyuk-Jin as Lee Joo-Young
Ok Joo-Ri as a friend of Sang-Soo’s mother
Seo Hye-Jin as Kang Nam-Il’s wife
Kim Jin-Seo as a police officer
Son Young-Soon as Han-Soon’s mother
Kwak Min-Ho as gang boss
Ahn Do-Kyu as Seo-Hyung
Cha Jong-Ho as Detective Jang
Hong Kyung as Man-Yong
Jeon Hun-Tae as Man-Yong’s father
Lee Dong-Yong as violent father
Park Shi-Jin as Choi Jin
Choi Hong-Il as Min Soo-Man
Ko In-Beom as ex-lawmaker
Park Ji-Il as Jung-O’s father
Lee Jae-Woo as Dong-Gyu
Jeon Yeo-Bin as Young-Jae
Kim Sun-Kyung as Lee Han-Soon
Jun Suk-Ho as Jung-O’s friend
Kim Chang-Hwan as Sang-Soo’s friend
Jo Dal-Hwan as Sang-Soo’s partner
Yoo Hyung-Gwan as a disciplinary committee member
Kim Ji-A as criminal’s daughter
Shin Hyun Jong as a taxi driver
Jung Doo-Kyum as a lawmaker
Mun Yong-Il as a mechanic
Park Chan-Woo as a rapist
Kim Jin-A as student’s mother
Park Han-sol as Han Jung-O
Oh Han-Kyul as Yeom Sang-Soo
Kang Shin-Il as Detective Ho-Cheol
Kim Mi-Hye as an anchorwoman
Kim Seo-Yeon as victim’s fiance
Park Sin-Un as the clueless civil complainant

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