RUNAWAY : PLAN B
Title: Fugitive : Plan B / Runaway / Fugitive / Do Mang Ja
Genre: Action, melodrama, romance
Director: Kwak Jung Hwan
Screenwriter: Chun Sung Il
Broadcast Network: KBS2 , Wednesday & Thursday
Broadcast period: September 29, 2010 (replacing Baker King Kim Tak Goo)
Air time: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
In Korea, you are not allowed to work on a secret investigation or be a private detective.
This is why Jiwoo’s official job title is “P.I.A (Private Investigation Administrator)”.
Many years ago, Jiwoo handled the case of Asian couple who died at a casino in Las Vegas.
As a result, Jiwoo received astronomical amount of money as the reward and also became one of the top detectives.
Jiwoo didn’t know this incident would rebound upon him at that time.
He loses his best friend Gyudong and meets a lady named Jini.
Jini requests Jiwoo to find a person calls Melgidec.
Jini believes that Melgidec is the one who killed her foster parents and she will also get killed by him.
She thinks Jiwoo drew the conclusion that her adoptive parents committed suicide, even though he knows all these facts.
Lee Jeong-jin is cast in the role of Do-soo, an investigator at the Foreign Affair Investigation Department, who chases them.
As Jiwoo and Jini come closer to getting the full story of the case, they notice that they fall in love for each other.
Ji-woo (mid or late twenties, a detective)
As the self-claimed best detective in the world, he can speak perfect dialect of any city in the world and is “a moving search engine” who knows about the culture and custom of the city.
Several years ago, an Asian couple was found dead at a casino in Las Vegas, and he received a hefty sum of money from the casino after he found out they killed themselves. After that, he becomes a star among private detectives. The case gives him the fame of a capable detective, but he meets Ji-ni and gets involved in a tremendous case because of that.
Ji-ni (mid or late twenties, a leader of the TF Team under the prime minister)
She becomes to doubt about a series of incidents happened in her family since she learned that she was adopted after her parents died in an accident. One day, her foster parents are found dead at a casino in Las Vegas, and she becomes more suspicious about the incidents and finds out all the incidents are related to gold bars which disappeared during the Korean War.
After a few years, she goes to Ji-woo, who concluded her foster parents’ death as suicide, and requests to find someone named Melgidec. While hiding the truth from Ji-woo, she gets closer to the true nature of the incident, and at the same time she feels that she is gradually fascinated by Ji-Woo.
Bi/ Rain as Ji Woo
Lee Na Young as Jini
Lee Jung Jin as Chief Detective Do Soo
Daniel Henney as Kai
Yoon Son Ha as Hwang Mi Jin
Yoon Jin Seo as Detective Yoon So Ran
Sung Dong Il as Nakamura Hwang
Yoon Son Ha as Hwang Mi Jin
Takenaka Naoto as Hiroki (Kieko’s father)
Uehara Takako as Kieko
Gong Hyung Jin as Master Jang
Josie Ho as Hwa Yi
Jo Hee Bong as James Bong
Ti Lung as General Wie
Song Jae Ho as Yang Doo Hee
Kim Eung Soo as Yang Young Joon (Doo Hee’s son)
Danny Ahn as Baek Nam Jung
Kim Hyung Jong as Detective Kim
Jung Seung Kyo as Detective Lee
Kim Soo Hyun as Detective Park
Kim Soo Hyun / Yoo Ri El as Sophie / Secretary Im
Song Shi Yeon as Nakamura Hwang’s secretary
Oh Ji Ho as Kevin (cameo)
Lee Jong Hyuk as screening room interpreter (cameo)
Kwak Hyun Hwa as Ji Woo’s office secretary (cameo)
Lee Da Hae as Hye Won (cameo)
Ahn Suk Hwan (cameo – Ep. 3)
Han Jung Soo as corrupt detective (cameo)
- Rain and Daniel Henney in Tango ?
- Runaway : Plan B held press conference
- Ti Lung replaced Eric Tsang for Domangja
- Josie Ho joins Fugitive
- Rain discuss with Daniel Henney
- Hong Kong famous star, Eric Tsang joins Fugitive
- From the set of upcoming KBS drama “Fugitive”
- Uehara Takako, Japanese Pop Idol, join cast of “Fugitive”
Episode 1 2010/9/29–21.7
Episode 2 2010/9/30–17.3
Episode 3 2010/10/6–15.9
Episode 4 2010/10/7–16.0
Episode 5 2010/10/13–15.5
Episode 6 2010/10/14–12.0
Episode 7 2010/10/20–11.9
Episode 8 2010/10/21–11.6
Episode 9 2010/10/27–12.7
Episode 10 2010/10/28–13.1
Episode 11 2010/11/3–13.8
Episode 12 2010/11/4–13.8
Episode 13 2010/11/10–12.3
Episode 14 2010/11/11–13.9
Episode 15 2010/11/17–12.2
Episode 16 2010/11/18–13.9
Episode 17 2010/11/24–14.3
Episode 18 2010/12/1–11.5
Episode 19 2010/12/2–12.1
Episode 20 2010/12/8–12.7