The K2 is a 2016 South Korean television series starring Ji Chang-wook, Song Yoon-ah, and Im Yoon-ah. The series was broadcast on tvN every Friday and Saturday at 20:00 from September 23, 2016, until November 12, 2006, for 16 episodes.
Lee Jung-jin acted as Choi Sung-won, Yoo-jin’s (Choi Yoon-ah) brother and CEO of JB Group. He and Yoo-jin fight for JSS and JB Group. He teams up with Kwan-soo (Kim Kap-soo) later in the series.
The story revolves around Kim Je-ha (Ji Chang-wook), who is a former mercenary soldier for the PMC Blackstone. While in Iraq, he gets framed for the murder of his lover, Raniya, a civilian. As a result, he runs away and becomes a fugitive. He returns to South Korea and by chance, gets offered to work as a bodyguard by Choi Yoo-jin (Song Yoon-ah), the owner of JSS Security Company and wife of the presidential candidate, Jang Se-joon (Jo Sung-ha).
In the meantime, Je-ha gets assigned to guard Go An-na (Im Yoon-ah), the hidden daughter of Jang Se-joon, whose life is always threatened because of Yoo-jin, her stepmother. An-na, who has been secluded and lonely all her life, starts relying on Je-ha, who shows concern for her and protects her at all costs. They slowly fall in love with each other.
The Liar and His Lover
The Liar and His Lover is a 2017 South Korean television series starring Lee Hyun-woo, Joy, Lee Jung-jin, Lee Seo-won, and Hong Seo-young. The drama is based on the popular Japanese manga by Kotomi Aoki. The drama aired on tvN every Monday and Tuesday at 23:00 from March 20 to May 9, 2017, for 16 episodes.
Lee Jung-jin acted as Choi Jin-hyuk, the Director of Sole Music. He has been in love with Yoo-na (Hong Seo-young) from the beginning and has been waiting for her.
This series is a love story about a heartbroken genius music composer, Kang Han-gyul (Lee Hyun-woo), who meets a talented singer and student, Yoon So-rim (Joy), while he’s living under a false identity. With her courageous honesty and beautiful singing, So-rim draws Han-gyul back to her time and time again. Along the way, the two meet obstacles as So-rim starts her career in the music industry and begins to uncover Han-gyul’s lies.
Lee Jung-jin’s Top Movies
Troubleshooter is a 2010 South Korean action movie starring Sol Kyung-gu, Lee Jung-jin, Oh Dal-su, and Song Sae-byeok. The movie was directed by Kwon Hyeok-jae. The movie released in theaters on September 9, 2010, and ran for 99 minutes. Lee Jung-jin acted as Jang Pil-ho.
The synopsis is that an ex-detective and now private eye, Kang Tae-sik (Sol Kyung-gu), enters a love motel to take pictures of a couple for an unknown client. He is then shocked to discover a bloody, slain woman on the bed. He flees the scene when the police arrive and mistakenly believe he is the killer. A mysterious man then calls Kang Tae-sik and offers to clear his name if he kidnaps a high-profile lawyer embroiled in a political scandal. Even more mystifying, the caller is constantly aware of Kang Tae-sik’s every move.
Kang Tae-sik must now use all of his muscles and the bevy of technological gadgetry at his disposal to clear himself and find the mastermind behind this intricate conspiracy.
No Doubt is a 2010 South Korean mystery and suspense-thriller, starring Lee Jung-jin and Kim Tae-woo. The movie was directed by Park Soo-young and premiered in October, 2010, during the Busan International Film Festival. The movie released in theaters on November 4, 2010, and ran for 90 minutes. Lee Jung-jae acted as Yoon Se-jin.
The synopsis is that in a seemingly quite village outside of Gyeonggi-do, Choong-sik’s (Kim Tae-woo) only daughter, Mi-rim (Jo Min-ah), disappears without a trace. A few months later the girl is found dead near a river. Around the time that Mi-rim went missing, a man named Se-jin (Lee Jung-jin) and his family moved into the small community.
When Choong-sik stumbles upon Se-jin’s past criminal record as a sexual offender, he informs his neighbors and the residents threaten Se-jin and his family. Their suspicions soon turn to certainty due to Se-jin’s past history, witness accounts, and their own gut feelings, yet no direct evidence is found.