Master is a 2016 South Korean crime-action film directed by Cho Ui-seok, starring Lee Byung-hun, Kang Dong-won, and Kim Woo-bin. The filming began on April 23rd, 2016, and took around 2 months time, in the Philippines, including Binondo, Intramuros, Bulacan, and Cebu.
Uhm Ji-won acted as a supporting cast named Shin Gemma, a lieutenant in the police investigation team.
The story is about an intellectual crime investigation team going after the company Won Network. The company is involved in a massive fraud case. Kim Jae-myung (Kang Dong-won) is the leader of the intellectual crime investigation team. He is smart, charismatic, aggressive and bold to lead the intellectual crime investigation team. President Jin (Lee Byung-hun) is the president of Won Network. Park Jang-goon (Kim Woo-bin) is the Section Chief of Won Network. He is the brains behind Won Network.
As of early February 2017, Master has grossed USD 49.81 million in the South Korean box office and has sold 7.14 million tickets according to the Korean Film Council. Master ended up as the No. 11 best-selling film for 2016 in Korea. As of February 2017 Master is placed 32nd on the list of highest-grossing films in South Korea of all time.
Uhm Ji-won’s Top Dramas
Sign is a 2011 South Korean television series, starring Park Shin-yang, Kim Ah-joong, Jun Kwang-ryul, Jung Gyu-woon, and Uhm Ji-won. The series aired on SBS from January 6th to March 10th, 2011, every Wednesday and Thursday at 21:55 KST for a total of 20 episodes. Uhm Ji-won acted as Jung Woo-jin.
The series is a medical investigation drama about forensic doctors solving murder cases. Go Da-kyung (Kim Ah-joong) is an eager rookie investigator who gets paired with the famous forensic doctor, Yoon Ji-hoon (Park Shin-yang). They initially clash due to their different styles of investigation as well as their opposing personalities – Da-kyung’s energetic nature is a source of irritation for the prickly Ji-hoon – but later develop a complex relationship as the two strive to uncover the truth through science.
According to AGB Nielsen viewership rating, the average viewership rating was 18.7% nationwide and 19.9% in Seoul. The viewership rating reached 25.5% nationwide and 27.3% in Seoul for episode 20. Actor Jung Gyu-woon won the Excellence Award, Actor in a Drama Special at the 19th SBS Drama Awards.
The Woman Who Married Three Times
The Woman Who Married Three Times is a 2013 South Korean weekend drama starring Lee Ji-ah, Uhm Ji-won, and Song Chang-eui. The series aired on SBS from November 9th, 2013 to March 30th, 2014, every Saturday and Sunday at 21:55 KST for a total of 40 episodes.
Uhm Ji-won acted as Oh Hyun-soo, the older sister who is a pet products designer.
The drama centers around a mother and her two daughters from a normal family who deliver the reality and connection of marriage. It will depict the two sisters’ relationship, their personal struggle, love, and married lives. The younger sister gets married for the second time after she fails her first marriage, while her outwardly cold older sister has a crush on a guy with commitment issues. This drama will also deliver different perspectives on marriage and divorce between the parents’ generation and today’s generation.
According to AGB Nielsen viewership rating, the average viewership rating was 12.8% nationwide and 14.4% in Seoul. The viewership rating reached 17.2% nationwide and 19.4% in Seoul for episode 40. Actor Song Chang-eui won the Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama at the 22nd SBS Drama Awards.
Falsify is a South Korean television series starring Namgoong Min, Uhm Ji-won, Yoo Jun-sang, Jeon Hye-bin, and Moon Sung-geun. The series aired on SBS from July 24th to September 12th, 2017, every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 KST for a total of 32 episodes.
Uhm Ji-won acted as Kwon So-ra, a prosecutor who graduated at the top of her class and became well-known for becoming the youngest-ever female rookie.
The story centers around reporters Han Moo-young (Namgoong Min) and Lee Seok-min (Yoo Jun-sang) and prosecutor Kwon So-ra (Uhm Ji-won) struggling to unveil the truth that has been falsified.
The series received attention for revealing cases that remind viewers of the infamous “Sung Wan-jong List,” one of the biggest political corruption scandals during the former Park Geun-hye administration, and swimmer Park Tae-hwan’s doping test scandal.
According to AGB Nielsen viewership rating, the average viewership rating was 11.1% nationwide and 12.2% in Seoul. The viewership rating reached 12.6% nationwide and 14.6% in Seoul for episode 2.
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