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7.9/10 IMDb

Original language(s)  Korean
First episode date  2 October 2011
4.6/5 DramaFever

Country of origin  South Korea
No. of seasons  2
Network  Orion Cinema Network
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Written by  Han Jung-hoon (season 1-2) Yang Jin-ah (season 1) Park Hyung-jin (season 1) Lee Seung-hoon (season 2) Kang Eun-sun (season 2)
Directed by  Kim Byung-soo (season 1) Yoo Seon-dong (season 2)
Starring  Yeon Jung-hoon Lee Won-jong Lee Young-ah
Genres  Mystery, Police procedural, Thriller
Cast  Yeon Jung‑hoon, Lee Young‑ah, Lee Won‑jong, Hyun‑sung Jang

Vampire Prosecutor (Hangul: 뱀파이어 검사; RR: Baempaieo Geomsa) is a South Korean television series, starring Yeon Jung-hoon, Lee Won-jong, Lee Young-ah and Kim Joo-young. The crime procedural drama tells the story of a prosecutor who hides his identity of being a vampire and solves crimes with his special powers.

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The first season aired on cable channel OCN from October 2 to December 18, 2011 on Sundays at 23:00 for 12 episodes.

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The second season aired on OCN from September 9 to November 18, 2012 on Sundays at 23:00 for 11 episodes.

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Main characters

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  • Yeon Jung-hoon as Min Tae-yeon, prosecutor
  • Lee Young-ah as Yoo Jung-in, prosecutor
  • Lee Won-jong as Hwang Soon-bom, detective
  • Kim Joo-young as Choi Dong-man, intern
  • Supporting characters

  • Jang Hyun-sung as Jang Chul-oh, chief prosecutor
  • Park Jae-hoon as Bartender
  • Kim Ye-jin as Soo-hee, coroner
  • Kim Eung-soo as Yoo Won-kook
  • Guest appearances

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  • Gong Jung-hwan as Park Hoon (ep 1, 10)
  • Choi Yong-min as President Gum (ep 1, 2)
  • Choi Ah-jin (ep 3)
  • Song Min-jung as Seo Ji-yeon (ep 2)
  • Seo Woo-jin as Oh Min-ho (ep 3)
  • Choi Min as Nam Gun-wook (ep 4)
  • Jang Young-nam as Yoon Ji-hee (ep 4, 8, 11)
  • Jo Jung-eun as Park Hyun-joo (ep 5)
  • Kim Ye-ryeong as Hyun-joo's mother (ep 5)
  • Yoon Gi-won as Choi Wook (ep 7)
  • Jung Da-hye as Yoon Se-hwa (ep 8)
  • Jung Eui-chul as Min Jung-woo (ep 8)
  • Lee Jong-hyuk as Prosecutor Jin (ep 8)
  • Kim Hyun-sung as Lee Jung-moon (ep 12)
  • Jang Gwang as Kwak No-seung
  • Kim Hyo-sun
  • Kim Jong-kook
  • Main characters


  • Yeon Jung-hoon as Min Tae-yeon
  • Lee Young-ah as Yoo Jung-in
  • Lee Won-jong as Hwang Soon-bom
  • Lee Geung-young as Jo Jung-hyun, coroner
  • Kim Joo-young as Choi Dong-man
  • Kwon Hyun-sang as L
  • Supporting characters

  • Gong Jung-hwan as Park Hoon/Kim Sung-hoon
  • Park Jae-hoon as Ra Jae-wook
  • Kim Bo-young as Joo Hyun-ah, chief prosecutor
  • Yuriko Yoshitaka as Luna
  • Kim Ji-young as Lee Ji-ae
  • Seo Soo-min as Jo Hye-in
  • Guest appearances

  • Kim Jong-gu as Heo Hak-beom (ep 1)
  • Song Ji-hyun as Oh Min-young (ep 2)
  • Kim In-seo as Bae Ji-yeon (ep 2)
  • Jeon Hee-soo as young Ji-yeon (ep 2)
  • Lee Ji-oh as young Jo Jung-hyun (ep 3)
  • Hong Seok-cheon as Gabriel Jang (ep 6)
  • Han Seol-ah as Han Mina (ep 6)
  • Shim Yi-young as Park Hae-ri (ep 7)
  • Kim Hyun-sook as Lee Young-ae (ep 8)
  • Yoo Hyung-kwan as Yoo Hyung-kwan (ep 8)
  • Jung Ji-soon as Jung Ji-soon (ep 8)
  • Im Seo-yeon as Byun Ji-won (ep 8)
  • Yoon Seo-hyun as Yoon Seo-hyun (ep 8)
  • Jang Hyun-sung as Jang Chul-oh (ep 10)
  • Denotes crossover characters from Rude Miss Young-ae.

    Reception

    In its first season, the series topped its time-slot for 11 consecutive weeks, and recorded a peak viewership rating of 4.3%, the highest for a Korean cable drama in 2011.

    It was exported to several foreign countries, including Japan, where it aired on cable channel BS-TBS.

    References

    Vampire Prosecutor Wikipedia


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