Meet the cast of Netflix’s latest hit Korean drama ‘Private Lives’ including their social media handles, previous roles and ages!
Another week, another fabulous Netflix K-drama to obsess over for weeks. This time it’s the turn of crime drama series ‘Private Lives’, which premiered this Wednesday around the world.
From what we can tell from the first two episodes, this K-drama is going to be full of dramatic twists and turns. However, despite an interesting plot, it’s the cast that seemed to shine brightest in episodes 1 and 2, but who are?
Private Lives Netflix cast…
- This is Hyun from Cha Joo Eun
- Kim Hyo Jin as Jung Bok Gi
- Go Kyung Pyo as Lee Jung Hwan
- Kim Young Min as Kim Jae Wook
- Tae Won Seok as Han Son / ‘One Hand’
- Lee Hak Joo as Myung Hyun
- Song Seon Mi as Kim Mi Sook
- Yoon Sa Bong as Yang In Sook
- Cha Soo Yeon as Oh Hyun Kyung
This is Hyun from Cha Joo Eun
Seo Hyun, known professionally as Seohyun, is a South Korean actress and singer best known for being a member of the popular K-pop group Girls’ Generation.
Seohyun debuted as a member of Girls’ Generation in 2007, a group which would become one of the biggest and most successful female K-pop group in history.
The 29-year-old has appeared in a number of popular Korean dramas, including Bad Thief, Good Thief (2017) as Kang So Joo, Ruby Ruby Love (2017) as Lee Ruby, Time (2018) as Seol Ji Hyun and Hello Dracula (2020) as Ji Anna.
Kim Hyo Jin as Jung Bok Gi
Kim Hyo Jin is a South Korean actress and model who has appeared in a range of television and movie projects since she started her on-screen career in 1999.
She is best known for her roles in Everybody Has Secrets (2004) as Han Mi Yeong, Five Senses of Eros (2009) as Kang Na Ru, Life Is Peachy (2010) as Yoon Ji Woo and Strangers 6 as Ah Ji Hye.
The 36-year-old has also appeared in Secret (2000), Wuri’s Family (2001), Hong Kong Express (2005), Marry Me, Mary! (2010), In My End is My Beginning (2013) and Will You Be There? (2016).
Go Kyung Pyo as Lee Jung Hwan
Go Kyung Pyo is a South Korean actor and comedian from Incheon who has appeared in a variety of roles since first appearing as a cast member on Saturday Night Live Korea in 2010.
He is best known for his roles in Reply 1988 (2015) as Sung Sun Woo, Don’t Dare to Dream (2016) as Go Jung Won, Chicago Typewriter (2017) as Yoo Jin Oh, Strongest Deliveryman (2017) as Choi Kang Soo and Cross (2018) as Kang In Kyu.
The 30-year-old has also appeared in One Summer Night (2014), The Treacherous (2015), Jealousy Incarnate (2016) Seven Years of Night (2018). Go will also play the lead role in the upcoming movie ‘Determination to Part Ways’ which is scheduled to premiere in 2021.