Big Színész- és szereplőlista
Seo Yoon-jae / Kang Kyung-joon szerepében:
Gong Yoo 1979-07-10 Busan, South Korea
Gong Yoo (Hangul: 공유) is a South Korean actor. He started his career in showbiz as a VJ and subsequently debuted with parts in school dramas and films, eventually gaining starring roles in prime time dramas such Hello My Teacher and One Fine Day. His role as a cafe manager who falls in love with a girl disguised as a man in romantic comedy The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince solidified his status as a drama leading man. The popularity of the drama made him a regional star. After serving the 2-year compulsory military service, Gong Yoo made his comeback with romantic comedy Finding Mr Destiny and Silenced, a film project spearheaded by the actor himself upon reading the book based on the real events of deaf students being sexually exploited by the staff in a South Korean special school. Gong took on the role as a North Korean agent in action film the suspect in 2013. His post-military television comeback Big was however, not as well received. While Gong remained popular with Korean audience and brand sponsors, he experienced somewhat of a career renaissance in 2016 with box office hits Train to Busan and Age of Shadows, as well as one of the most-viewed Korean cable television drama, Goblin.
Gil Da-ran szerepében:
Lee Min-jung 1982-02-16 Seoul, South Korea
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Lee Min-jung (Hangul: 이민정; born February 16, 1982) is a South Korean actress. She began her career in Jang Jin's stage plays, and for a few years appeared in supporting roles on film and television, such as Boys Over Flowers. Lee rose to fame in 2009 with a leading role in popular family drama Smile, You, followed by the hit romantic comedy film Cyrano Agency (2010).
Jang Mari szerepében:
Bae Suzy 1994-10-10 Gwangju, South Korea
Bae Su-ji (배수지), also known as Suzy (수지), is a South Korean singer, actress, model, and MC. Before debuting, she was an online shopping model. She debuted in the Chinese-Korean girl group "Miss A" under JYP Entertainment alongside with AQ Entertainment in 2010 with the single "Bad Girl Good Girl". On December 27, 2017, JYP Entertainment announced that Miss A had disbanded. On March 31, 2019, Suzy left JYP Entertainment following the expiration of her contract and signed a contract with the acting agency, Management SOOP.
Lee Se-young szerepében:
Jang Hee-jin 1983-05-03 Incheon, South Korea
Jang Hee-jin is a South Korean actress. She began her career as a model for the fashion magazines CeCi, Marie Claire and Cindy the Perky. Jang has appeared in several television series and films, including Myung-wol the Spy and Big.
Kang Kyung-joon szerepében:
Shin Won-ho 1991-10-23 Seoul, South Korea
Shin Won-ho (born October 23, 1991) is a South Korean singer, actor and member of multinational idol group Cross Gene. He has featured in television series Bachelor's Vegetable Store (2011), Big (2012) and The Legend of the Blue Sea (2016).
Kang Hyuk-soo szerepében:
Jang Hyun-sung 1970-07-17 Geoje, South Gyeongsang, South Korea
Jang Hyun-sung is a South Korean actor. He started his acting career as a member of the Hakjeon Theatre Company, before transitioning to film and television. Jang is best known for starring in director Song Il-gon's arthouse films such as Spider Forest and The Magicians, and most notably Feathers in the Wind, for which one review praised him for giving "the performance of his career." He also had major roles in Nabi, Rewind, My Right to Ravage Myself, Love Is a Crazy Thing, and My Friend and His Wife. Aside from acting, Jang was one of the screenwriters for the Moon Seung-wook film Romance. In 2013, Jang and his two sons began appearing in the reality/variety show Superman is Back, in which celebrity fathers babysit their children by themselves for 48 hours after sending their wives on a 2-day vacation.
Lee Ae-Kyung szerepében:
Shin Ji-soo 1985-10-28
Shin Ji-soo (born October 28, 1985) is a South Korean actress and singer. Shin began her entertainment career as a child actress, and has since starred in television dramas such as Virtue (2000) and Famous Princesses (2006), as well as the film The Hero (2013).