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Times (2021)

Rating:
8.60
Year:
2021
Country:
Korea
Director:
N/A
Episodes:
12

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ABOUT THE SERIES "TIMES" (2021)

In 2015, Lee Jin-Woo (Lee Seo-Jin) works as a reporter who only pursues the truth. In 2020, Seo Jung-In (Lee Joo-Young) is a reporter. She is passionate about her work. Somehow the two connected over a phone call. They try to stop the death of South Korean President Seo Ki-Tae (Kim Young-Chul), who is also Seo Jung-In's father. Shortly thereafter, Lee Jin-Woo and Seo Jung-In are faced with a dangerous truth.

NOTES

Times" takes over OCN's Sat. & Sun. The 22:30 period was previously occupied by "The Uncanny Counter" and followed by "Dark Hole" on April 24, 2021.

First script reading for OCN drama “Times” took place in September 2020 in Sangam-dong, Seoul, Korea.

MAIN CAST INFORMATION IN THE MOVIE TIMES (2021)

Lee Seo Jin

Lee Seo Jin made his debut in 1999 in the TV series House Inside the Waves. After a few supporting roles on TV, he became famous by starring in the 2003 hit drama Damo, after which he went on to take the lead role in the 2004 drama Phoenix and achieved many successes. other public. In 2005, Lee Seo Jin won the lead role on the big screen for the first time in the 2005 blockbuster action film Shadowless Sword.

Lee Seo Jin went on to challenge other types of characters such as a vampire in the Freeze series (2006), a gangster in Lovers (2006), and a criminal con man in Soul (2009). But the roles of historical figures still brought him great success such as King Jeongjo of the Joseon Dynasty in Yi San (2007), and General Gyebaek of Baekje in Gyebaek (2011).

Lee Joo-young (born February 14, 1992)

She is a South Korean actress. Her most notable appearances were in the dramas Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (2016–17) and Itaewon Class (2020).

Kim Yeong-cheol (born February 25, 1953)

He is a South Korean actor. One of his earliest appearances was in White Smile (1981). Other notable roles include playing Gung Ye in Emperor Wang Gun (2000-2002), a gangster boss in A Bittersweet Life (2005), and deputy director of NSS in IRIS (2009).

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