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Kim Myung Min

Kim Myung Min


Age: 51

Born: 08 Oct, 1972

Known for

In Law School as Yang Jong Hoonas Yang Jong Hoon

in Law School
In Six Flying Dragons as Sam Bong Jung Do Junas Sam Bong Jung Do Jun

in Six Flying Dragons
In Immortal Lee Soon Shin as Lee Soon Shinas Lee Soon Shin

in Immortal Lee Soon Shin

TV Series Starring Kim Myung Min

Law SchoolLaw School
JTBC, 2021 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Crime, Mystery, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Following the case of the murder of a professor at South Korea's top prestigious law school, professors and students become suspects in the murder.

Six Flying DragonsSix Flying Dragons
SBS (South Korea), 2015 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, History
Rating: 4.3/5

A period drama that depicts the ambitions and success stories of six people with Lee Bang-won as the central figure. Lee Bang-won was the third king in the Joseon Dynasty. He helped his father King Taejo establish the Joseon Dynasty.

Immortal Lee Soon ShinImmortal Lee Soon Shin
KBS Kyoto, 2004 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Action, Military/War, History

Based on Kim Hoon's Song of The Sword and Kim Tak Hwan's Immortality, KBS's outstanding 2005 historical drama The Immortal Lee Soon Shin is one of the most ambitious works the genre has seen in years. Spanning 104 episodes, the drama tells the story of one the world's greatest naval heroes, Admiral Lee Soon Shin, and all the people who helped him become a beloved figure in Korean history. The show was produced by Lee Seong Ju, who won Best Producer at the 2005 Baeksang Awards, and went on to record ratings of over 30%. The Immortal Lee Soon Shin received the Best of Best Drama Award and the Best Talent Award (Kim Myung Min) at the 33rd Korean Broadcasting Awards.