Taejo Wang Geon (TV series)

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Taejo Wang Geon (Hangul태조 왕건; lit. Emperor Wang Gun) was a 200-episode Korean drama starring Choi Soo-jong in the title role.

Facts[edit]

  • Director: Kim Jong-sun
  • Writer: Lee Hwan-kyung
  • Genre: Historical Drama
  • Episodes: 200
  • Broadcast network: KBS 1TV
  • Broadcast period: April 1, 2000 to February 24, 2002
  • Air time: 9:45 PM on Saturday and Sunday

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Supporting[edit]

  • Park Sang-ah as Empress Shin Hye of the Yoo clan (Wang Gun's first wife)
  • Yum Jung-ah as Empress Jang Hwa of the Oh clan
  • Jeon Mi-seon as Empress Shin Myung Sun Sung of the Yoo clan
  • Ahn Jung-hoon as Wang Mu (son of Jang Hwa, future Emperor Hyejong)
  • Kim Kap-soo as Jong Gan
  • Jeon Moo-song as Choi Seung Woo
  • Kim In-tae as Ahjitae
  • Jung Jin as Neung Hwan
  • Kim Sung-kyum as Ajagae
  • Lee Mi-ji as Ajagae's wife
  • Shin Goo as Wang Ryung (father of Wang Gun)
  • Seo Woo-rim as Wang Ryung's wife
  • Kim Hyung-il as Shin Sung Kyum / Neung San
  • Kang In-duk as Yoo Geum Pil
  • Kim Hak-chul as Park Sul Hee
  • Lee Kye-in as Ae Sul

Extended[edit]

  • Kim Ha-kyun as Tae Pyeong
  • Jung Tae-woo as Choi Eung
  • Kim Myung-soo as Wang Gyu
  • Jung Kook-jin as Wang Shik Ryum
  • Kil Yong-woo as Bok Ji Gyum
  • Lee Kwang-ki as Shin Gum (Kyun Hwon's son)
    • Kim Young-chan as young Shin Gum
  • Park Sang-jo as Eun Boo
  • Park Ji-young as Choi Ji Mong
  • Jang Hang-sun as Wang Pyul Dal
  • Tae Min-young as Shin Kang
  • No Hyun-hee as Queen Jin Sung
  • Choi Woon Kyo as Geum Dae (Gung Ye's subordinate general)
  • Song Yong-tae as Hong Yoo (Hong Sul)
  • Shin Dong-hoon as Bae Hyun Kyung
  • Kim Ki-bok as Kim Rak
  • Na Han-il as Byun Sa Bu
  • Park Young-mok as Ma Sa Bu
  • Jang Soon-gook as Jang Soo Jang
  • Lee Dae-ro as Ambassador Do Sun
  • Shim Woo-chang as Yeom Sang
  • Lee Young-ho as Yang Gum
    • Seo Hoo as young Yang Gum
  • Jun Hyun as Geum Kang
  • Kang Jae-il as Chu Hoe Jo
  • Kim Si-won as General Soo Dal
  • Seo Young-jin as Ambassador Kyung Bo
  • Lee Il-woong as Oh Da Ryun
  • Seo Sang-shik as Jong Rye
  • Baek In-chul as Hwan Sun Gil
  • Choi Joo-bong as Lee Heun Am
  • Park Chul-ho as Ji Hwon
  • Suh Yoon-jae as Ok Yi
  • Im Byung-ki as Shin Deok
  • Geum Bo-ra as Mrs. Park
  • Jun Byung-ok as Neung Ae
  • Lee Jung-woong as Gong Jik
  • Im Hyuk-joo as Park Young Kyu
  • Han Jung-gook as Choi Pil
  • Shin Gook as Young Soon
  • Choi Byung-hak as Jong Hoon
  • Ki Jung-soo as Pa Dal
  • Kim Joo-young as Kim Wi Hong
  • Lee Byung-wook as Prince Maui
  • Moon Hoe-won as King Gyeong Ae
  • Shin Kwi-sik as King Gyeong Sun
  • Kim Hyo-won as Kim Hyo Jong
  • Yoo Byung-joon as Kim Yool
  • Park Tae-min as Won Geuk Yoo
  • Kim Bong-geun as Park Jil
  • Min Ji-hwan as Kim Haeng Sun
  • Kim Sung-ok as Kang Jang Ja
  • Park Joo-ah as Mrs. Baek
  • Ahn Dae-yong as Monk Beom Gyo
  • Lee Kye-young as Yoon Shin Dal
  • Kang Man-hee as Jun Yi Gab
  • Kwon Hyuk-ho as Jun Ui Gab
  • Kim Ok-man as Geum Shik
  • Kim Jin-tae as Park Yoo
  • Park Sang-kyu as Kim Soon Shik
  • Lee Chi-woo as Yang Gil
  • Jo Jae-hoon as Im Choon Gil
  • Oh Sung-yul as Ip Jun
  • Jo Yong-tae as Jong Hoe
  • Suh Hyun-suk as Hye Jong
  • Kang In-ki as Yong Gum
  • Yun Woon-kyung as royal household nanny
  • Min Wook as Yoo Geung Dal
  • Jo In-pyo as Kim Un
  • Jang Seo-hee
  • Seo Bum-shik
  • Jang Jung-hee
  • Kim Dong-suk
  • Park Byung-ho
  • Kim Won-bae
  • Kim Tae-hyung

Awards[edit]

2000 KBS Drama Awards

2001 KBS Drama Awards

See also[edit]

References[edit]