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Detectives in Trouble
Detectives in Trouble-poster.jpg
Promotional poster for Detectives in Trouble
Also known asCrime Squad
GenrePolice procedural
Written byPark Sung-jin
Lee Soo-hyun
Heo Ji-young
Directed byKwon Kye-hong
StarringSong Il-kook
Song Ji-hyo
Lee Jong-hyuk
Ending theme"Believe" by T-Max
Country of originSouth Korea
No. of episodes16
Production
Executive producersJung Hae-ryong
Heo Dong-woo
Kwon Jung-woo
ProducersYoon Sung-sik
Lee Eun-jin
Running timeMondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 (KST)
Production companiesNewday Pictures
Dream Star Company
Release
Original networkKorean Broadcasting System
Original releaseMarch 7 (2011-03-07) –
April 26, 2011 (2011-04-26)
Chronology
Preceded byDream High
Followed byBaby Faced Beauty

Detectives in Trouble (Korean강력반; Hanja強力班; RRGangryeokban; lit. Crime Squad) is a 2011 South Korean police procedural television series starring Song Il-kook, Lee Jong-hyuk, Song Ji-hyo, Park Sun-young, Jang Hang-sun, Sung Ji-ru and Kim Joon. It aired on KBS2 from March 7 to April 26, 2011 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.[1]

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Korean language

Korean language

Korean is the native language for about 80 million people, mostly of Korean descent. It is the official and national language of both North Korea and South Korea, but over the past 74 years of political division, the two Koreas have developed some noticeable vocabulary differences. Beyond Korea, the language is recognised as a minority language in parts of China, namely Jilin Province, and specifically Yanbian Prefecture and Changbai County. It is also spoken by Sakhalin Koreans in parts of Sakhalin, the Russian island just north of Japan, and by the Koryo-saramcode: kor promoted to code: ko in parts of Central Asia. The language has a few extinct relatives which—along with the Jeju language (Jejuan) of Jeju Island and Korean itself—form the compact Koreanic language family. Even so, Jejuan and Korean are not mutually intelligible with each other. The linguistic homeland of Korean is suggested to be somewhere in contemporary Northeast China. The hierarchy of the society from which the language originates deeply influences the language, leading to a system of speech levels and honorifics indicative of the formality of any given situation.

Hanja

Hanja

Hanja, alternatively known as Hancha, is a Korean writing system using Chinese characters. Hanja was used as early as the Gojoseon period, the first ever Korean kingdom.

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean is the official Korean language romanization system in South Korea. It was developed by the National Academy of the Korean Language from 1995 and was released to the public on 7 July 2000 by South Korea's Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Proclamation No. 2000-8.

Police procedural

Police procedural

The police show, or police crime drama, is a subgenre of procedural drama and detective fiction that emphasizes the investigative procedure of a police officer or department as the protagonist(s), as contrasted with other genres that focus on either a private detective, an amateur investigator or the characters who are the targets of investigations. While many police procedurals conceal the criminal's identity until the crime is solved in the narrative climax, others reveal the perpetrator's identity to the audience early in the narrative, making it an inverted detective story. Whatever the plot style, the defining element of a police procedural is the attempt to accurately depict the profession of law enforcement, including such police-related topics as forensic science, autopsies, gathering evidence, search warrants, interrogation and adherence to legal restrictions and procedure.

Song Il-kook

Song Il-kook

Song Il-kook is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his role in the 2006 hit drama series Jumong as the titular character.

Lee Jong-hyuk

Lee Jong-hyuk

Lee Jong-hyuk is a South Korean actor. After more than a decade of leading and supporting roles on stage, film and television, he gained newfound mainstream popularity through the 2012 romantic comedy series A Gentleman's Dignity.

Song Ji-hyo

Song Ji-hyo

Cheon Soo-yeon, professionally known by her stage name Song Ji-hyo, is a South Korean actress and model. Song is one of the regular cast members of the South Korean variety show Running Man since 2010, which brought her international recognition. She was a cover model for Kiki Magazine before she made her acting debut in the feature film Wishing Stairs (2003), the third installment in the Whispering Corridors film series. She made her television debut in the romantic comedy Princess Hours (2006) and the historical Jumong (2006). Song then received wider recognition for her roles in the film A Frozen Flower (2008), New World (2013), the TV series Emergency Couple (2014) and Was It Love? (2020), and her first-ever film released after the start of the pandemic COVID-19 since March 2020 in South Korea, Intruder (2020), which received a positive response from moviegoers even though it was released during the pandemic.

Park Sun-young (actress)

Park Sun-young (actress)

Park Sun-young is a South Korean actress.

Jang Hang-sun

Jang Hang-sun

Jang Hang-sun is a South Korean actor.

Sung Ji-ru

Sung Ji-ru

Sung Ji-ru is a South Korean actor.

Kim Joon

Kim Joon

Kim Joon is a South Korean rapper and actor who rose to stardom with his portrayal of one of the famous F4 members in the 2009 hit drama Boys Over Flowers.

Plot

Based on real-life cases, this Korean drama focuses on a group of detectives in the Seoul Gangnam Police Homicide Division who solve crimes with their variety of skills and investigative methods. At the forefront of the team is the hotheaded detective Park Se-hyuk and the cold, commanding police chief, Jung Il-do. Se-hyuk's impulsive, act-first-think-later methods, instincts honed on the streets, and pesky habit of threatening resignation clashes with his superior Il-do's strict, by-the-book style. The two also share a painful past, with Il-do being the detective on the case involving the death of Se-hyuk's daughter. Along with tenacious reporter Jo Min-joo and the rest of the homicide squad, they must now overcome their differences to solve crimes together.[2][3]

Cast

Main cast

A hot headed detective with an act first think later behavior. He's the father of hae in and joins the police force to help find the truth for his daughter's death. He has a bad relation with his superior Jung Il do as he believes that Jung Il do caused his daughter's death.

Team leader of homicide department team 2, later the director.

A hot blooded reporter working for shocking.com. She works with Park Se-hyuk and gets exclusive news from the homicide department cases and at the same time aids them in their investigation. She has a crush on Park Se-hyuk.

Mother of hae in. Divorced wife of park se hyuk.

A police who dreams of joining the homicide department. Before joining the department she works as a patrol police and has a nickname "cold feet " as she will freeze in front of criminals and thus lose them. She dies in ep 7-8 to save a high school girl from a fire accident.

Retired team leader of homicide department team 2.

Computer genius in homicide department team 2.

Detective in homicide department team 2. Trust park se hyuk wholeheartedly. Neighbor of yu mi and Jo min ju.

  • Kim Sun-kyung as Im Eun-kyung

Team leader of homicide department team 2.

Supporting cast

  • Choo So-young as Yoon Sung-hee
  • Park Joon-hyuk as Kang Sung-chul
  • Joo Ho as Choi Tae-soo
  • Choi Min as Byun Sang-tae
  • Jang Nam-yeol as Ma Jong-pil
  • Evan as Alex Lee
  • Lee Yeong-hoon as Kim Young-tae
  • Park Jung-woo as Kim Chul-min
  • Kim Young-hoon as Ji Young-ho
  • Lee El as Yoo Hye-min
  • Kim Kyu-chul as Jo Sang-tae
  • Oh Yong as Reporter Nam
  • Lee Yeon-joo as Seol-hee
  • Oh Ji-yeon as Oh Eun-joo
  • Song Shi-yeon as Park Eun-ah
  • Baek Seung-hee as Shin Yoo-mi
  • Kim Yoo-bin as Park Hae-in, Se-hyuk's daughter

Guests

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Lee Jong-hyuk

Lee Jong-hyuk

Lee Jong-hyuk is a South Korean actor. After more than a decade of leading and supporting roles on stage, film and television, he gained newfound mainstream popularity through the 2012 romantic comedy series A Gentleman's Dignity.

Jang Hang-sun

Jang Hang-sun

Jang Hang-sun is a South Korean actor.

Kim Joon

Kim Joon

Kim Joon is a South Korean rapper and actor who rose to stardom with his portrayal of one of the famous F4 members in the 2009 hit drama Boys Over Flowers.

Kim Jong-kook

Kim Jong-kook

Kim Jong-kook is a South Korean singer, entertainer, and actor. Kim debuted as a member of South Korean duo Turbo in 1995. The duo was considered to be one of the most popular idols in that time and sold out millions of albums in South Korea and Asia. Following the disbanding of the duo in 2000, Kim released his debut solo album, Renaissance, in December 2001.

Kim Young-hoon

Kim Young-hoon

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Lee El

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Kim Kyu-chul

Kim Kyu-chul

Kim Kyu-chul is a South Korean actor. Kim spent more than a decade as a stage actor before he made his onscreen breakthrough in 1993 with Im Kwon-taek's Seopyeonje, considered one of the classics of Korean cinema. Kim became most active in television, starring in dramas such as When I Miss You (1993) and Resurrection (2005).

Baek Seung-hee

Baek Seung-hee

Baek Seung-hee is a South Korean actress. She is known for her roles in dramas such as A Bird That Doesn't Sing, Secret Garden, Oh My Baby, Remarriage & Desires and Blind.

Kim Yoo-bin (actress)

Kim Yoo-bin (actress)

Kim Yoo-bin is a South Korean actress.

Jo Jae-yoon

Jo Jae-yoon

Jo Jae-yoon is a South Korean actor. He made his acting debut in 2003 and has since starred as a supporting actor in numerous films and television series, including The Man from Nowhere (2010), The Chaser (2012), Gu Family Book (2013), and The Suspect (2013). Jo also appeared in the variety-reality show Animals (2015).

Hwang Kwang-hee

Hwang Kwang-hee

Hwang Kwang-hee, also known mononymously as Kwanghee, is South Korean singer, actor, and TV personality. He debuted in 2010 as a member of the boy band ZE:A. He is also known for his appearances on variety shows and was a cast member on Infinite Challenge from 2015 until he enlisted in the military in 2017.

Kim Yoon-hye

Kim Yoon-hye

Kim Yoon-hye is a South Korean actress.

Production

Kim Seung-woo was originally cast in the role of Jung Il-do, but dropped out for personal reasons a month before the show's premiere and was replaced by Lee Jong-hyuk.[5]

Sunwoo Sun left the drama after episode 7, reportedly due to her dissatisfaction with how her character was written.[6] She was written out, and replaced on the "squad" by Kim Sun-kyung.

Source: "Detectives in Trouble", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detectives_in_Trouble.

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References
  1. ^ Kim, Heidi (6 January 2011). "Actor Song Il-kook turns detective in new drama". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-08-13.
  2. ^ Kim, Heidi (9 March 2011). "PREVIEW: KBS TV series Detectives in Trouble - 1st Episode". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-08-13.
  3. ^ Kim, Heidi (27 April 2011). "SBS Midas stands sole winner on TV chart while Detectives... bid adieu". 10Asia. Retrieved 2013-08-13.
  4. ^ "Detectives In Trouble Song Il-gook, "Like a real detective compliment"". Hancinema. 7 March 2011. Retrieved 2013-08-13.
  5. ^ "Lee Jong-hyuk substitute for Kim Seung-woo in KBS Detectives in Trouble". Hancinema. 6 February 2011. Retrieved 2013-08-13.
  6. ^ "Something missing? Friendship appearance? Seon Woo-seon, drops out of Detectives in Trouble". Hancinema. 24 March 2011. Retrieved 2013-08-13.

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