Crazy Love Színész- és szereplőlista
Noh Go-jin szerepében:
Kim Jae-wook 1983-04-02 Seoul, South Korea
Kim Jae-wook (April 2, 1983) is a South Korean model and actor. He is best known for his roles in the hit series Coffee Prince, comedy film Antique, mystery drama Who Are You?, thriller drama Voice, The Guest, and Her Private Life
Lee Shin-ah szerepében:
Krystal Jung 1994-10-24 San Francisco, California, USA
Jung Soo Jung (Hangul: 정수정; born October 24, 1994) but better known as Krystal, is an American-born South Korean idol singer and actress. Discovered by SM Entertainment in 2000, she began filming for commercials and music videos by 2002. She is currently a member of the Korean quintet girl group f(x), formed by SM Entertainment in 2009. Krystal was born in San Francisco, California, where her family from South Korea settled in the 1980s. During a family trip to South Korea in early 2000 when Krystal was five, she was spotted by talent agency SM Entertainment, which earned her a cameo appearance in Shinhwa's "Wedding March" music video. The agency saw potential in Krystal and offered her singing and dancing lessons, opting to professionally train her in a singing career. However, the offer was turned down by her parents, reasoning that Krystal was too young. Instead, her parents allowed her older sister Jessica Jung to join the agency, who debuted as a member of the girl group Girls' Generation in August 2007. In 2002, Krystal began appearing in television commercials. She first appeared in a Lotte commercial with Korean actress Han Ga In. In 2006, her parents allowed her to join SM Entertainment, and the agency enrolled her in dance classes, including hip hop and jazz. According to an exclusive media outlet report on August 18, Krystal has decided to part ways with her agency, SM Entertainment.
Oh Se-gi 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.
Lee Su-ho szerepében:
Yoon San-ha 2000-03-21 Seoul, South Korea
Yoon San Ha (윤산하), better known by his stage name Sanha (산하), is a singer in South Korea boy group Astro.
Park Yang-tae szerepében:
Im Won-hee 1970-10-11 Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, South Korea [now Gangbuk-gu]
Im Won-hee (임원희) is a South Korean actor. He was born on October 11, 1970. Im was an alumnus of the legendary Daehak-ro theater troupe Mokhwa, starring in many of Jang Jin's stage plays. He made his film debut in Jang's black comedy The Happenings in 1998, and through the years has become one of the most versatile supporting actors in Korean cinema, with notable roles in Three... Extremes and Le Grand Chef. But Im is best known for his iconic role Dachimawa Lee, which began in 2000 as the titular character of a 35-minute short film that director Ryoo Seung-wan made as a parody/homage to '70s Korean genre action films. The internet short was enormously popular and received more than a million page views, and in 2008, Ryoo again cast Im in an action-comedy feature film based on the same character, Dachimawa Lee.
Joo Joon-Pal / "John" szerepében:
Go Gyu-pil 1982-05-02 South Korea
Ko Kyu-pil is a South Korean actor. He debuted in the 1993 South Korean children's film Kid Cop and has thus appeared in notable television series and films in a supporting role.