Hong Seol szerepében:
Kim Go-eun 1991-07-02 Seoul, South Korea
Kim Go-eun is a South Korean actress. She debuted in the critically acclaimed film A Muse where her daring and naturalistic performance won her accolades.
Baek In-ho szerepében:
Seo Kang-joon 1993-10-12 Gunpo, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Seo Kang-joon (born Lee Seung-hwan on October 12, 1993) is a South Korean actor and singer who is a member of the group 5urprise. He gained recognition with his role in the television series Cheese in the Trap (2016) and has since starred in Entourage (2016), and will headline KBS2's Are You Human Too? (2017).
Kwon Eun-taek szerepében:
Nam Joo-hyuk 1994-02-22 Busan, South Korea
Nam Joo Hyuk is a South Korean model and actor under actors agency "Management SOOP". During his studies in Gyeongnam Middle School, Nam dreamed of becoming a professional basketball player, hence he played on the basketball team for three years, however after sustaining an injury and later undergoing an operation, his basketball days soon came to an end. He broke into the entertainment industry as a model when he worked the runway of the SONGZIO Homme Spring/Summer 2014 collection in 2013. In 2014, he appeared in the music videos "200%" and "Give Love" of fellow YG Entertainment artist "Akdong Musician". Soon after, he went on to make his acting debut in the 2014 television drama “Surplus Princess”. In November 2017, Penshoppe signed Nam as the new model of the clothing brand and he became one of its brand ambassadors. On April 17, 2019, it was officially announced that Nam was chosen as the brand ambassador of Dior Men in Asia. He played the main role in: "Who Are You: School 2015" (2015), "Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo" (2016), and"The Bride of Habaek "(2017). In 2018, Nam starred in the historical film "The Great Battle", which marks his big screen debut and made him receive acclaim for his performance, thus winning "Best New Actor" accolades at the prestige Blue Dragon Awards. In addition to that, he starred in "The Light in Your Eyes" (2019), "The School Nurse Files" (2020), "Start Up" (2020) and "Twenty Five Twenty One" (2022).
Baek In-ha szerepében:
Lee Sung-kyung 1990-08-10 Goyang, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Lee Sung-kyung (Hangul: 이성경; born 10 August 1990) is a South Korean actress and model. Lee began her entertainment career as a model where she competed at the local Super Model Contest in 2008. Lee made her acting debut as the first actress from YG Entertainment and model company K-Plus strategic partnership in the SBS drama "It's Okay, That's Love". She acted in the television dramas Cheese in the Trap and The Doctors before taking her first leading role as the titular character in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo. Lee began her entertainment career as a model where she competed at the local Super Model Contest in 2008. In 2013, The Papers collaborated with Lee with the single "I Love You". In 2014, Lee made her acting debut with a supporting role in television drama It's Okay, That's Love, being the first model-actress promoted under the joint venture of YG Entertainment and K-Plus. This was followed by the weekend drama, Flower of Queen in 2015. She won "Best New Actress" in a Special Project Drama at the MBC Drama Awards for her role. In January 2016, Lee featured in tvN's college romance series, Cheese in the Trap. On April 28, 2016, Lee released a collaboration single with Eddy Kim, which is a cover of Sharp's "My Lips like Warm Coffee". Lee then starred in the SBS' prime-time medical drama, The Doctors as a neurosurgeon. The same year, she took on her first leading role in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, a youth sports drama inspired by the real-life story of Olympic weightlifting champion Jang Mi-ran. In 2017, Lee dubbed the film Trolls alongside Park Hyung-sik. She was also cast in the romance film Love+Sling, directed by first-time director Kim Dae-woong. She was also featured in PSY's 4X2=8 with the single "Last Scene". In 2018, Lee starred in the fantasy melodrama About Time. She was cast in the action-comedy film Miss & Mrs. Cops released on May 9, 2019, alongside Ra Mi-ran. In 2020, Lee starred in the second season of the hit medical drama Dr. Romantic, playing Cha Eun-jae, a skilled cardiothoracic surgeon with Ahn Hyo-seop as her leading man. Dr. Romantic Kim 2 went down to be the highest viewed cable drama of 2020, Lee was praised for her portrayal of Cha Eun Jae and won many accolades for her role
Oh Young-gon szerepében:
Ji Yun-ho 1991-03-16
Nam Joo-Yeon szerepében:
Cha Joo-young 1990-06-05