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Genre  ThrillerCrime
Directed by  Park Yong-soon
Original language(s)  Korean
Final episode date  18 August 2016
Network  Seoul Broadcasting System
Written by  Han Ji-wan
Country of origin  South Korea
First episode date  22 June 2016
Number of episodes  16
Original network  SBS
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Also known as  "The Reality Show—Wanted"
Starring  Kim Ah-joong; Ji Hyun-woo; Uhm Tae-woong; Park Hae-joon

Similar  I Can Hear Your Voice, Phantom (TV series), Sign (TV series)

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Wanted (Hangul: 원티드; RRWontideu) is a 2016 South Korean television series starring Kim Ah-joong, Ji Hyun-woo, Uhm Tae-woong and Park Hae-joon. It aired on SBS on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST) from June 22 to August 18, 2016 for 16 episodes.

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Plot

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Jung Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong) is a top actress in Korea who reigns over dramas, movies, and commercials. The drama begins when Jung Hye-in's son is kidnapped on the day she announces her retirement. With the help of PD Shin Dong-wook (Uhm Tae-woong) and police detective Cha Seung-in (Ji Hyun-woo), she ends up participating in a live reality show where she follows the kidnapper's orders, and in the process uncovers clues towards catching the culprit and finding her son.

Main cast

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  • Kim Ah-joong as Jung Hye-in – 35-year-old, actress
  • Ji Hyun-woo as Cha Seung-in – 33-year-old, detective of Kangnam Police station's homicide investigation team
  • Uhm Tae-woong as Shin Dong-wook – 38-year-old, "Jung Hye-in's Wanted" PD
  • Park Hae-joon as Song Jeong-ho – 42-year-old, Hye-in's husband, UCN's CEO
  • Broadcast Production member

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  • Lee Moon-sik as Choi Joon-goo – 48-year-old, Head of UCN Drama Bureau, "Wanted" executive producer
  • Park Hyo-joo as Yeon Woo-shin – 35-year-old, freelance broadcasting writer
  • Jun Hyo-seong as Park Bo-yeon – 26-year-old, assistant director
  • Investigation team

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  • Shin Jae-ha as Lee Young-gwan – 27-year-old, Kangnam Police station's homicide investigation team newcomer, Seung-in's partner
  • Kim Sun-young as Oh Mi-ok – 39-year-old, profiler, inspector of Police Hall's Crime information support section
  • Kim Byeong-ok as Jung Jung-ki – 54-year-old, Kangnam Police station's homicide investigation team leader
  • Ji Hyun-joon as Park Young-sik – 38-year-old, detective of Kangnam Police station's homicide investigation team
  • Jo Ji-hwan as Yoo Dong-joon – 31-year-old, detective of Kangnam Police station's homicide investigation team
  • People around Jung Hye-in

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  • Bae Yoo-ram as Kwon Kyung-hoon – 25-year-old, Hye-in's manager
  • Lee Seung-joon as Jang Jin-woong – 36-year-old, internet entertainment show "Star Live" reporter
  • Park Ho-san as Ham Tae-seop – SG Group CEO, Tae-young's older brother
  • Park Min-soo as Song Hyun-woo – 7-year-old, Jeong-ho and Hye-in's son
  • N/A as Park Se-young – Hyun-woo kidnap's suspect
  • Shim Eun-woo as Lee Ji-eun – BJ
  • Jung Wook as Kim Woo-jin – teacher, Han-sol's father (first mission)
  • Kim Ye-joon as Kim Han-sol – child found in the car trunk (first mission)
  • Son Jong-hak as Ha Dong-min – Soo Jeong Hospital's Head of Pediatrics (second mission)
  • Han Min as Kim Sang-mi – Soo Jeong Hospital nurse (second mission)
  • N/A as Kim Hae-joo – people who solicited the killing of Kim Sang-mi (second mission)
  • Park Sang-wook as Jo Nam-cheol – old hand
  • Choo Gyo-jin as Im Hyung-soon – people who was killed by Jo Nam-cheol
  • Ahn Soo-bin as Kim Yang-hee – Jo Nam-cheol's girlfriend
  • Seo Hyun-cheol as Kim Sang-sik – Jo Seung-in's police senior
  • Lee Jae-gyun as Na Soo-hyun – coffee shop's part-time staff
  • Park Sung-geun as Go Hyung-joon – detective investigating the disappearance of Na Jae-hyun
  • Jin Hyun-kwang as Moon Sung-hyuk
  • Jang Joon-ho as Lee Yong-hwan – Lee Ji-eun's father
  • Choi Hong-il as Lee Tae-gyun – Police Hall chief
  • Han Ga-rim as Kim So-hyun – Song Jeong-ho's lady
  • Baek Seung-hyeon as Choi Pil-gyu – lawyer
  • Lee Jae-woo as Ham Tae-young – Jung Hye-in's deceased husband, Hyun-woo's biological father
  • Extended cast

  • Ri Min as Kim Hong-joon – director of film "Mother" in which starred Jung Hye-in
  • Jung Hyun-seok as Broadcasting PD – successor PD of the program directed by Shin Dong-wook
  • Lee Chang as talk show "Kiss and Talk" PD
  • Kim Sung-kyung as talk show "Kiss and Talk" MC
  • Joo Woo-jae as talk show "Kiss and Talk" cast
  • Hwang Young-hee as internet entertainment show "Star Live" editor-in-chief
  • Yeo Woon-bok as debate program's police panelist
  • Go In-beom as Cha Seung-in's father
  • Shin Young-jin as autospy responsibility
  • Kang Chan-yang as nurse
  • Choi Yoo-ri as Na Young-hyun – Na Soo-hyun's younger sister
  • Oh Hee-joon as Pierrot
  • Kim Min-sang as Kaepko
  • Kang Heon as convenience store's customer
  • Song Young-gyu
  • Kim Jeong-hak
  • Son Seon-geun as Police Hall deputy
  • Kang Dong-yeop as Kim Sang-oh – Ham Tae-seop's lawyer
  • Sung Min-soo as Kang Young-min – Internal Affairs Department's police officer
  • Jung Dong-gyu
  • Ratings

    In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

    Remark

  • Episode 15 and 16 wasn't aired on August 10 and 11 due to broadcast of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This episode schedules to be aired on August 17 and 18, 2016.
  • International broadcast

    The series aired in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore with a variety of subtitles on ONE TV ASIA within 24 hours of the original South Korean broadcast. The drama is also available to stream in Singapore and Indonesia on Viu with English and Indonesian subtitles respectively.

    In the United States, the drama airs in the Los Angeles DMA free, over-the-air on Asian American-oriented TV channel, LA 18 KSCI-TV (channel 18) with English subtitles from July 13 to September 1, 2016.

    References

    Wanted (South Korean TV series) Wikipedia