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Healer is a South Korean television series starring Ji Chang-wook, Park Min-young and Yoo Ji-tae. It aired on KBS2 from December 8, 2014 to February 10, 2015 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 for 20 episodes.

Though the drama received mediocre ratings in its home country, it gained a fanbase overseas and made Ji Chang-wook known outside Korea.

Plot

A decades-old incident involving a group of five friends who ran an illegal pro-democracy broadcasting station during the Fifth Republic in South Korea brings together three different people—an illegal "night courier" with the codename "Healer" (Ji Chang-wook) who possesses top-notch fighting skills, a reporter from a second-rate tabloid news website (Park Min-young), and a famous journalist at a major broadcast station (Yoo Ji-tae). In trying to uncover the truth from that 1992 incident, they grow into real, honest reporters, while dealing with the conflict between truth and fate.

Cast

Main:

Five friends:

Supporting:

  • Kim Mi-kyung as Jo Min-ja
  • Lee Kyung-shim as Jung-hoo's mother
    • Song Ji-in as young Jung-hoo's mother
  • Park Sang-myun as Chae Chi-soo
  • Woo Hyun as Chul-min
  • Taemi as Kang Dae-yong
  • Park Won-sang as Jang Byung-se, head of "Someday News," an internet tabloid news site where Chae Young-shin works
  • Choi Seung-kyung as Yeo Gi-ja, "Reporter Yeo" at "Someday News"
  • Woo Hee-jin as Kang Min-jae
  • Jang Sung-beom as Lee Jong-soo
  • Park Sang-wook as Bae Sang-soo
  • Hong Seung-jin as Yo-yo
  • Jo Han-chul as Yoon Dong-won
  • Jung Gyu-soo as Oh Tae-won
  • Kim Ri-na as Joo Yeon-hee
  • Choi Jong-won as Park Jung-dae/The Elder

References

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