Korean Drama

Warrior Baek Dong Soo

Warrior Baek Dong Soo

Detailed Information

Broadcasting company: SBS

Official Website : http://tv.sbs.co.kr/baekdongsoo/

Also known as : Honorable Baek Dong Soo

Genre : Period

TV Premiere: 2011-July-04 to 2011-Aug-23

Production : Kwon Soon Gyu


Main Casts : Ji Chang Wook as Baek Dong Soo, - Yeo Jin Goo as young Dong Soo, Yoo Seung Ho as Yeo Woon, - Park Gun Tae as young Yeo Woon, Yoon So Yi as Hwang Jin Joo, Shin Hyun Bin as Yoo Ji Sun.

Running Time per Episode : 60 mins

Total Episodes : 29

Brief Synopsis

Warrior Baek Dong-soo is a 2011 SBS Historical television series in 29 episodes, premiered on July 4, 2011, and continuing twice-weekly through October 10, 2011, set in the 18th century Joseon dynasty.

It is based on the real-life story of Baek Dong-soo (1743–1816), one of thethree authors of Muyedobotongji, a pivotal martial arts work commissioned by King Jeongjo, and become the protector of the son of Prince Sado, King Jeongjo, along with his group. it stars Ji Chang-wook in the title role along with Yoo Seung-ho, who played Yeo-woon was Dong-soo's friend turned enemy and Choi Min Soo as the assassin lord Chun. As a political drama, the series traces the relationships between Joseon, led by King Yeongjo, the Qing empire, through its Ambassador to Joseon, the Heuk Sa Cho Rong assassin's guild, led by Chun, Ji and In, and later Yeo Woon, and the Japanese empire, represented by Kendo.

Ji Chang-wook as Baek Dong Soo

Yeo Jin Koo as young Baek Dong Soo

Yoo Seung Ho as Yeo Un, son of Yeo Cho Sang and friend-turned-enemy of Dong-soo

Park Geon-Tae as young Yeo Un

Yoon So Yi as Hwang Jin Ju, the childhood friend of Baek Dong-soo and daughter of Ji and Gwang Taek

Lee Hye-In as young Hwang Jin Ju

Shin Hyun Bin as Yoo Ji Seon, consort of Prince Sado and later romantic interest of Dong-soo and Yeo Woon

Hong Jung-hyun as King Jeongjo

Choi Min Soo as Cheon, lord of Heuksachorong assassin's guild, and Yeo Un's mentor

Jun Kwang Ryul as Kim Gwang Taek, Joseon's master swordsman, and Dong Soo's mentor

Park Joon Gyu as Heuk Sa Mo, who raised Dong Soo

Park Won Sang as Jang Dae Pyo, who led the training camp in which Dong Soo, Un and Cho Rip learned martial arts

Lee Jin Ah as Jang Mi, aunt, and Heuk Sa Mo's romantic interest

Oh Man Suk as Crown Prince Sado

Yoon Ji Min as Ji, mother of Hwang Jin Ju and romantic interest of Cheon and Kim Gwang Taek

Park Chul Min as In, the third of the three rulers of Heuksha Chorong, along with Cheon and Ji

Jun Gook Hwan as King Yeongjo

Geum Dan Bi as Queen Jungsoo

Lee Won Jong as Hong Dae Ju, Joseon's Minister of State and the series' principal villain

Jung Ho Bin as Im Soo Woong

Ahn Suk Hwan as Seo Yoo Dae, a Joseon general and loyal ally of Prince Sado

Kim Dong Gyoon as Boo Gwan, Hong Dae Ju's incompetent deputy

Choi Jae Hwan as Yang Cho Rip, the third member of the trio formed by Dong Soo and Un

Shin Dong Woo as young Cho Rip

Uhm Hyo Sup as Baek Sa King

Kim Hee Jung as Park Shi

Lee Kye In as Yeo Cho Sang, Yeo Un's father

Sung Ji Roo as Hwang Jin Gi, who raised Hwang Jin Ju

Kim Da Yun as Kim Hong Do, a painter and ally of Dong Soo, romantically interested in Hwang Jin Ju

Kim Eung Soo as Yoo So Kang

Ji Yoo as Jang Mi So, daughter of Jang Dae Pyo and later romantic interest of Cho Rip

Kang Sung as Hong Sa Hae, the son of Hong Dae Ju

Warrior Baek Dong Soo Trailer

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