Dr. Champ

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Dr. Champ
Promotional poster for Dr. Champ
Written byNoh Ji-seol
Directed byPark Hyung-ki
StarringKim So-yeon
Uhm Tae-woong
Jung Gyu-woon
Cha Ye-ryun
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes16
Producer(s)Lee Hee-soo
Production location(s)Korea
Running timeMonday & Tuesday 20:55 (KST)
Original networkSeoul Broadcasting System
Original release27 September (2010-09-27) –
16 November 2010 (2010-11-16)
Preceded byI Am Legend
Followed byIt's Okay, Daddy's Girl
External links
SBS official website

Dr. Champ (Korean닥터챔프) is a 2010 South Korean television series about a doctor caught in a love triangle between a judo athlete and a crippled doctor who was once a speed-skating star.[1][2]


  • Kim So-yeon as Kim Yeon Woo
  • Uhm Tae-woong as Lee Do Wook
  • Jung Gyu-woon as Park Ji Heon
  • Cha Ye-ryun as Kang Hee Young
  • Ma Dong-seok as Oh Jung Dae
  • Jung Suk-won as Yoo Sang Bong
  • Kim Hyung Bum as Choi Ham Shik
  • Yum Dong Hyun as Jung Ho Chang
  • Lee Si-eon as Heo Taek Woo
  • Shin Dong Hee as Kang Woo Ram
  • Jung Ui Kap as Choi Dae Sub
  • Moon Hee-kyung as Go Mi Ja (Yeon Woo's mother)
  • Heo Joon Suk as Kim Kyung Woo (Yeon Woo's older brother)
  • Yoon Bong Gil as Uhm Dong Ho
  • Im Sung Kyu as Go Bum
  • Kim Ga-eun as Pi Jung Ah
  • Kang So-ra as Kwon Yoo Ri
  • Seo Hyun Suk as Chae Eun Suk
  • Kim Joon Ho as Chang Soo
  • Kang Ki Hwa as Go Eun Mi
  • Jo Min-ki as Professor Seo (cameo)
  • Han Bo-bae as Jo Min Ji (cameo, ep1)
  • Nam Hyun Hee (남현희) as fencing athlete (cameo)
  • Yoo Sang Chul (유상철) as youth soccer coach (cameo)
  • Kim Byung Man as Im Ki Man (cameo)
  • Min Hyo-rin as nurse (cameo, ep16)
  • Onew as doctor (cameo, ep16)
  • Song Ji Eun


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