28 March 2013
| 8.5/10 |
| 'Level 7 Civil Servant Class 7 Civil Servant'|
My Girlfriend Is an Agent
by Chun Sung-il
Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation
Romance Film, Comedy, Action Film
Joo Won, Choi Kang‑hee, Chansung, An Nae‑sang, Young‑nam Jang
7th Grade Civil Servant (Hangul: 7급 공무원; Hanja: 七級公務員; RR: 7geup Gongmuwon) is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Choi Kang-hee and Joo Won as rookie spies who trained together, and later become NIS agents who must hide their real identities from each other even as they fall in love.
It aired on MBC from January 23 to March 28, 2013 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
The spy romantic comedy series is a remake of the 2009 film My Girlfriend Is an Agent. Early working titles were Secret Agent War and The Secret Lovers.
7th Grade Civil Servant Wikipedia
Love and espionage collide in this drama of the National Intelligence Service's rookie agents. Han Gil-ro (Joo Won) realizes his dream of becoming an international man of mystery, after a childhood spent poring over James Bond films. Kim Seo-won (Choi Kang-hee) spices things up as a goofy, yet determined agent, but it's not all 007 glamor. Both Gil-ro and Seo-won must learn what it takes to uphold their sworn duty, even at the sacrifice of their happiness — and lives.Choi Kang-hee - Kim Seo-won / Kim Kyung-ja
Joo Won - Han Gil-ro / Han Pil-hoon
Hwang Chansung - Gong Do-ha
Kim Min-seo - Shin Sun-mi
Ahn Nae-sang - Kim Won-seok
Jang Young-nam - Jang Young-soon
Kim Soo-hyun - Kim Mi-rae
Lim Yoon-ho - JJ / Choi Woo-jin
Dokgo Young-jae - Han Joo-man, Gil-ro's father
Im Ye-jin - Go Soo-ja, Gil-ro's mother
Lee Han-wi - Kim Pan-seok, Seo-won's father
Kim Mi-kyung - Oh Mak-nae, Seo-won's mother
Noh Young-hak - Kim Min-ho, Seo-won's younger brother
Choi Jong-hwan - Oh Kwang-jae, director of the NIS
Ha Shi-eun - Jin-joo
Son Jin-young - Kim Poong-eon
Lee El - Park Soo-young
Jung In-gi - Kim Sung-joon
Seo Seung-man - IT&TI manager
Lee Hye-eun - Won-seok's wife
Uhm Tae-woong - Choi Woo-hyuk (guest appearance, ep 1-4)
Japan: Aired on KNTV beginning March 30, 2013.
Indonesia: Aired on B-Channel.
Malaysia: Aired on TV9.
Thailand: Aired on workpointTV.
Philippines: Aired on Net 25 beginning February 3, 2014.
Singapore: Aired on VV Drama beginning June 20, 2015. Also aired on Mediacorp Channel U beginning April 9, 2016.