Jin Jung szerepében:
Doh Kyung-soo 1993-01-12 Goyang, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Doh Kyung-soo (Korean: 도경수; born January 12, 1993), who is instantly recognizable by his professional alias, D.O. is a well-known South Korean K-pop and R&B singer and actor. He gained nationwide popularity and fame when he was officially inducted into EXO, a Seoul-based Korean-Chinese boy band. He gradually entrenched his position by becoming one of the main vocalists of this K-pop music group. Besides making his mark as a singer, Kyung-soo has also made his presence felt on the small screen and silver screen by appearing in numerous films and TV serials. D.O. displayed a passion for singing while he was still a child, performing in his primary school’s singing meets. He also participated in local and regional singing competitions all through his academic career. At the age of 17, D.O. took part in a neighborhood singing fest where he emerged as the winner following which he was suggested to appear in an audition organized by S.M. Entertainment. His auditioning at S.M. Entertainment where he performed two songs was immensely successful, and afterward, he joined the South Korean entertainment enterprise as a trainee. After passing out of high school and completing his internship at S.M. Entertainment, D.O. auditioned effectively to become a vocalist of EXO. Other than this, he has also starred in various television dramas and movies such as It's Okay, That's Love (2014), Cart (2014), Unforgettable (2016), My Annoying Brother (2016), Positive Physique (2016), Room No.7 (2017), Underdog (2018), 100 Days My Prince (2018), Along with the Gods, and Swing Kids (2018), and his upcoming film, The Moon (2021).
Oh Do-hwan szerepében:
Ha Jun 1987-04-03
Ha Jun, or Song Ha Joon, as he's also known, is a South Korean actor. He was born on April 3, 1987 and made his acting debut in 2013. Since then, he has appeared in various films and television dramas, including “Six Flying Dragons” (2015), “The Outlaws” (2017), “Bad Papa” (2018), and “Black Dog” (2019). Ha Jun also known by his ex-stage name Song Ha-jun.
Seo Hyun-gyu szerepében:
Kim Chang-wan 1954-02-22 South Korea
Kim Chang Wan is a South Korean rock singer, composer, musician, actor, TV host, radio DJ, writer, and poet. Kim, along with his younger brothers Kim Chang Hoon and Kim Chang Ik, began composing music during their mid-teens and formed the band "Mui" when they were college students. After Kim graduated in 1975 from Seoul National University, they went professional and changed their band's name to Sanulrim (meaning "Mountain Echo"). The band's psychedelic rock/hard rock sound (reminiscent of the Sex Pistols) was music Koreans hadn't heard before, and Sanulrim revitalized the Korean music scene, which was currently devastated after several major musicians were arrested for marijuana possession in the 1970s. They held a 30th-anniversary concert in 2007 and made plans to release the 14th album. But drummer Kim Chang Ik was killed in a traffic accident in Vancouver, Canada on January 29th, 2008, and Sanulrim disbanded after his death. Having worked as a music director and film score composer in the early 1990s, Kim also began acting onscreen. He did not only starred in movies such as Blades of Blood, Antique Bakery, Shinsukki Blues, Windstruck, and My Love Ssagajy but also in roughly 30 television shows. The versatile Kim has also starred in a stage play (A Nap in 2010), hosted variety shows and radio programs, and written several books (some containing poetry).
Lee Jang-won szerepében:
Choi Gwang-il 1971-03-20
Jung's mother szerepében:
Kim Keum-soon 1973-08-21