아이언맨 (Blade Man)

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18 Episodes
An iHQ/Gazi Contents Production
Timeslot: Wednesday and Thursday Evening, 10:00 PM
Genre: Fantasy Melodrama
Format: 1080i Dolby Digital 2.0 – 60 Minutes
Ran from: 2014/Sep/10~Nov/13

WITH 이동욱 (Lee Dong-Wook) as Ju Hong-Bin; 신세경 (Shin Se-Kyung) as Son Se-Dong; 김갑수 (Kim Gap-Soo) as Ju Jang-Won; 한은정 (Han Eun-Jung) as Kim Tae-Hee; 이미숙 (Lee Mi-Sook) as Madame Yoon; 한정수 (Han Jung-Soo) as Secretary Go; 이주승 (Lee Joo-Seung) as Ju Hong-Joo; 윤다경 (Yoon Da-Gyeong) as Yeon Mi-Jung; 신승환 (Shin Seung-Hwan) as Seung-Hwan; 김재영 (Kim Jae-Young) as Jae-Gil; 김진태 (Kim Jin-Tae) as Jung Joon; 선웅 (Seon Woong) as Gyeong-Ho; 김형범 (Kim Hyung-Beom) as Se-Dong's Seonbae; 라미란 (Ra Mi-Ran) as Park Elisa; 김미경 (Kim Mi-Gyeong) as Maid; 정진 (Jung Jin) as Oh Joong-Shik; 김규철 (Kim Gyu-Cheol) as Jo Boong-Gu;

CREW Production Director 김용수 (Kim Yong-Soo) B-Team Director 김종연 (Kim Jong-Yeon) Main Writer 김규완 (Kim Gyu-Wan) Executive Producer 정훈탁 (Jung Hoon-Tak) 최성욱 (Choi Seong-Wook) Chief Producer 배경수 (Bae Gyeong-Soo) Producer 임세준 (Im Se-Joon) Director of Photography 김경호 (Kim Gyeong-Ho) 신성일 (Shin Seong-Il) Lighting 김재선 (Kim Jae-Seon) 임종호 (Im Jong-Ho) Editor 선한샘 (Seon Han-Saem) 오동희 (Oh Dong-Hee) Music 박성진 (Park Seong-Jin) Art Director 김보라 (Kim Bo-Ra) Action Choreography Seoul Action School 박주천 (Park Ju-Cheon) 정윤현 (Jung Yoon-Hyeon) Assistant Writer 손세린 (Son Se-Rin) Assistant Producer 김석원 (Kim Seok-Won) 길소진 (Gil So-Jin)

RATINGS
AGB Nielsen Nationwide
HIGHEST: 6.9% (09/25 - E06)
LOWEST: 3.2% (11/12 - E17)
AVERAGE: 4.83%

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SYNOPSIS

Joo Hong-bin is a wealthy man with a prickly demeanor who develops a supernatural ability - his anger and mental pain manifest as knives sprouting from his body. He meets Son Se-dong, a warmhearted girl who becomes entangled into his life. As they fall in love, she slowly heals his heart and he learns to deal with his inner pain and new found power. [Wikipedia]

100 WORDS

Kim Gyu-Wan's predictably petulant melodrama conventions and an uneven cast (Lee Dong-Wook tries despite his limitations, Shin Se-Kyung not surprisingly sleepwalks through her role, the veterans are generally good) are only half the story, because this is Kim Yong-Soo and there are only a handful of producers in Korea able to compete with his visual storytelling prowess. There are quite a few inspired moments of brilliance where the reluctant hero dynamics promise a world of good, but the show never really finds a cohesive identity, swinging in between genre and facile melodrama. Only a mild misfire, but has its charms.

ACTING GRADES

73 김갑수 (Kim Gap-Soo)
70 김진태 (Kim Jin-Tae)
69 이미숙 (Lee Mi-Sook)
68 김규철 (Kim Gyu-Cheol)
67 정진 (Jung Jin)
67 윤다경 (Yoon Da-Gyeong)
65 한은정 (Han Eun-Jung)
65 김미경 (Kim Mi-Gyeong)
63 이주승 (Lee Joo-Seung)
63 라미란 (Ra Mi-Ran)
62 한정수 (Han Jung-Soo)
61 이동욱 (Lee Dong-Wook)
60 신승환 (Shin Seung-Hwan)
60 김재영 (Kim Jae-Young)
60 김형범 (Kim Hyung-Beom)
58 신세경 (Shin Se-Kyung)
50 선웅 (Seon Woong)

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