Lee Yun-seong szerepében:
Lee Min-ho 1987-06-22 Seoul, South Korea
Lee Min-ho (Hangul: 이민호; hanja: 李敏鎬, born June 22, 1987) is a South Korean actor, singer and model. Lee Min ho first gained widespread fame with Boys Over Flowers as Gu Jun-pyo in 2009. The role won him several awards, including the Best New Actor award in the category of television at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards. He cemented his status as the leading-man with the success of future television shows: City Hunter (2011) — in which he was nominated for Most Popular Actor in the category of television at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards as well as Outstanding Korean Actor at the 7th Seoul International Drama Awards — and The Heirs (2013), which garnered him another nomination for Most Popular Actor at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards. The box office hit Gangnam Blues featured Lee in his first leading role in a film. Despite the release of two albums, My Everything (2013) and Song For You (2014), Lee has stated that his music are for his fans only and that he does not wish to pursue a singing career. During their respective releases, he embarked on a tour throughout Asia to meet his fans.
Nana Kim szerepében:
Park Min-young 1986-03-04 Seoul, South Korea
Park Min Young is a popular South Korean actress. Born on March 4, 1986, she began her career in entertainment with a commercial for SK Telecom in 2005. She broke into acting a year later in the 2006 sitcom “Unstoppable High Kick!” She is best known for her leading roles in the television dramas “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” (2010), “City Hunter” (2011), “Dr. Jin” (2012), “A New Leaf” (2014), “Healer” (2014), “Remember” (2015) and “Queen for Seven Days” (2017).
Choi Da-hye szerepében:
Goo Ha-ra ✝ 1991-01-13 Gwangju, South Korea - 2019-11-24
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Goo Ha-ra (January 13, 1991 – November 24, 2019), better known mononymously as Hara, was a South Korean singer and actress. She was a member of the South Korean girl group Kara, and had also appeared in television dramas including City Hunter (2011). She made her debut as a soloist in July 2015 with the release of her EP Alohara (Can You Feel It?). She was found dead at her home on November 24, 2019.
Ko Ki-joon szerepében:
Lee Kwang-soo 1985-07-14 Namyangju, Gyeonggi, South Korea
Lee Kwang-soo (Korean: 이광수; born 14 July 1985) is a South Korean actor, entertainer, and model. He made his acting debut in the sitcom Here He Comes (2008). He then received further recognition for his roles in medical melodrama It's Okay, That's Love (2014), neo-noir film Confession (2014), black comedy film Collective Invention (2015), one-act play Puck! (2016), sitcom The Sound of Your Heart (2016) and drama Live (2018), drama comedy film Inseparable Bros (2019). Besides acting, Lee is also known for being one of the regular cast members of the South Korean variety show Running Man since 2010.