My Demon stands out as a drawing series in Netflix’s K-drama lineup, skillfully blending themes of fantasy, romance, and family drama and a top notch cast. This 16-part series has an impressive cast and interesting characters that will make an impact. What makes My Demon so compelling is its ensemble cast, so let’s explore their complexities.

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1. Protagonists

Song Kang as Jeong Gu-won

Song Kang, who made a name for himself playing Hyun-su in Sweet Home, puts on the mask of a mystery 200-year-old devil in his role as Jeong Gu-won. Deals with humans are an important part of Gu-won’s mission; after ten years, he offers them anything they want in return for their souls. When this interesting individual meets Do Do-hee, his life takes a dramatic change for the better. Love Alarm and Navillera, two of Song Kang’s earlier works, demonstrate his ability to represent nuanced individuals in a variety of settings.

Kim Yoo-jung as Do Do-hee

The head of Mirae’s food division, Do Do-hee, is played by Kim Yoo-jung. Adopted by Mirae Group founder Joo Cheon-sook, Do-hee deals with the intricacies of family connections in a privileged upbringing. When Do-hee is involved in a phony romance with Gu-won, the show takes a fascinating turn. The star of Moon Embracing the Sun and Thread of Lies, Kim Yoo-jung, gives a complex portrayal that gives the character dimension.

2. Key Figures in the Mirae Group

Kim Hae-sook as Joo Cheon-sook

Joo Cheon-sook, played by the prolific Kim Hae-sook, is the brains behind the Mirae Group and a prosperous entrepreneur. Even though Cheon-sook has a lighthearted personality, she has hidden truths that make her complex. Taking on the role of Do Do-hee and controlling the fate of her firm, Cheon-sook plays a crucial role in the story. With a long acting career that includes roles in films and television series like New Trial and Thirst, Kim Hae-sook gives her representation serious weight.

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Lee Sang-yi as Joo Seok-hoon

Lee Sang-yi takes on the role of Joo Seok-hoon, Cheon-sook’s nephew and CEO of one of Mirai Group’s affiliates. As the story unfolds, Seok-hoon’s interactions with Do-hee hint at a potential romantic subplot, adding layers of intrigue to the family dynamics. Lee Sang-yi’s presence, known for his roles in Bloodhounds and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, contributes to the series’s dynamic ensemble.

3. Supporting Cast

Heo Jeong-do as Park Bok-gyu

Originally a fisherman who struck a deal with Gu-won, Heo Jeong-do’s character, Park Bok-gyu, undergoes a fascinating journey. As one of Gu-won’s assistants and the head of the Sunwol Foundation, Bok-gyu’s role adds depth to the supernatural elements of the series.

Jo Hye-joo as Jin Ga-young

Jin Ga-young, played by Jo Hye-joo, stands out as one of Gu-won’s assistants. A human with exceptional skills in dancing and swordsmanship, Ga-young’s character introduces an intriguing blend of the supernatural and human worlds.

Seo Jeong-yeon as Shin Da-jeong

Shin Da-jeong, portrayed by Seo Jeong-yeon, serves as Do-hee’s secretary. Loyal and integral to the investigation subplot, Da-jeong’s character adds a layer of mystery and suspense to the narrative.

Kim Tae-hoon as Noh Seok-min

He is Cheon-sook’s first son and heads the electronics section as CEO. The Mirai group has an interesting origin story: Cheon-soo and Don-he’s father started an electronics company.

Jo Yeon-hee as Kim Se-ra

The Mirai Group counts her as one of its managing directors. She became a part of the family after she wed Non Seok-min.

Lee Yoon-ji as Noh Soo-an

She is the first biological daughter of Cheon-sook. Yoon-ji was born following Cheon-sook’s adoption of Do-hee. Do-hee begins blackmailing her once one of her schemes against her sister is discovered.

Lim Cheol-hyung as Detective Park

Lim Cheol-hyung’s portrayal of Detective Park adds a touch of investigative drama to the series, providing a bridge between the supernatural occurrences involving Do-hee and Gu-won.

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