I Am Robot: The Cast of the Korean Drama
I Am Robot: The Cast of the Korean Drama Korean dramas are known for their compelling stories and attractive casts, so it’s no surprise that the recent show I am Robot has become so popular in Korea. The cast of the Korean drama consists of some well-known Korean actors as well as some lesser-known ones; all of them have done a great job of bringing to life an interesting cast of characters with complex backstories and motivations. If you’re curious about the cast and what they did to bring this Korean drama to life, keep reading to find out!
Yoo Seung-ho as Nam Shin III
Yoo Seung-ho is best known for his role as Nam Shin III in I am a robot. He is a talented actor who has starred in a variety of dramas and films. His most recent film is Live, Live, Live! which was released on December 20th, 2017. He stars alongside idol singer Minzy and actor Jung Il-woo. It will be interesting to see how they mesh together on screen. It is not clear when the drama will air or when filming will commence but we hope it will be soon.
Go Ah-sung as Kang So-bong
Go Ah-sung (조아성) is a South Korean actress. She has starred in television dramas like I am a Robot, Remember – War of the Sons, and The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.
Born on October 14, 1984, in Seoul, South Korea to actor parents Go Yoon (고윤) and Jeon Hye-jin (전혜진) Go Ah-sung is her family’s second daughter. Her older sister is also an actress and model named Go Eun-ah (고은아). A graduate of Dongguk University’s Department of Theater and Film, Go Ah-sung debuted with the 2003 film A Day Without Yesterday. She then went on to star in several TV series including Remember – War of the Sons (2009), The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2003), and I am a Robot (2018).
She was awarded Best New Actress at MBC Drama Awards for her role as Kang So-bong in I am a Robot.
Yoo Jae Myung as Nam Shin-II
Yoo Jae Myung is a South Korean actor. He was born on December 18, 1985, in Seoul and was raised on Jeju Island. Yoo Jae Myung made his debut in 2009 as the male lead in Rooftop Prince, which had been adapted from a novel by Choi Jin-Sil. In 2012 he starred alongside Jun Ji-Hyun and Lee Minho in My Girl and me, or You’re Beautiful; it’s one of Korea’s most popular dramas of all time.
Park Hae-jin as Nam Shin
Park Hae-jin is a South Korean actor and singer. He is best known for his roles in the television dramas Queen In-Hyun’s Man (2012) and I Am Legend (2017). His character Nam Shin in I am robot is a high school student who became a robot after an accident. He meets Ha Dae-young, played by Lee Min-ho, who used to be human before he died and was brought back to life as a Frankenstein-style creature. Park Hae Jin said that he loved playing Nam Shin because he’s so curious about things around him and always asks questions.
He played Nam Shin, a high school student who becomes a robot after an accident.
Kim In-Kwon as Seo Jong-Gil
Kim In-Kwon is best known for his roles in I’m Sorry, I Love You, and A Man Called God. He’s been acting for over twenty years and this will be his first major role in a drama.
Choi Seul-ki has appeared in dramas like Madame Antoine, It’s Okay, Daddy’s Girl, and The Queen Of Office. She’s also acted in various films.
Kim Yoo-Jeong is best known for her roles in I’m Sorry, I Love You, and Another Miss Oh. One of her most recent projects was the film, The Age of Shadows, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival.
I am Robot is an amazing drama. I love how it’s set in a dystopian society and has a robot as its protagonist. It made me excited to see what would happen next and it kept me on my toes until the very end. I loved all the characters, but my favorite was Moon Ji Hoon because he was such a sweetheart. I liked that they didn’t reveal everything at once, but instead let you piece things together while watching. However, I think they could’ve done more with their plotline; some parts just felt like filler or were slow-paced. Overall, though, I enjoyed this drama for its creativity and well-developed characters.