The Fugitive: Plan B
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- Drama: The Fugitive: Plan B (English title)
- Revised romanization: Domangja Plan.B
- Hangul: 도망자 Plan.B
- Director: Kwak Jung-Hwan
- Writer: Cheon Seong-Il
- Network: KBS2
- Episodes: 20
- Release Date: September 29 - December 2010
- Runtime: Wednesday & Thursday 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Ji-Woo (Rain) works as a private investigation administrator. He's good looking, lives luxurious daily life, has a global business and carries romances in every country he goes to. Ji-Woo's only problem is that he is the prime suspect in the murder of his long-time partner and friend Kelvin. One day, an attractive woman comes to him as a client and he will soon face a volatile case with an outcome even he can't predict.
Jini (Lee Na-Young) has experienced the world and pursued ambitious dreams. Since the day she find out she was adopted her life changes. Jini was adopted by her uncle after the death of her parents. Then Jini's adoptive parents were killed. The only clue Jini has of the perpetrator is a mysterious figure named Melchidec. Jini believes Melchidec killed her foster parents and soon will kill her. She now approaches private detective Ji-Woo, who is was involved in her foster parents murder in Las Vegas.
Kai (Daniel Henney ) is an international shipping businessman and a core lobbyist connecting Asia with North America. From a young age Kai has acquired power, fortune, and intricate network connections. He is also the only person Jini can trust and love. Because of the threat Jini feels over her life and anyone that comes close to her, she pushes Kai away. When Jini drags Ji-Woo into her foster parents investigation, Kai uses all of his fortune and personnel networking to get back her love.
Do-Soo (Lee Jung-Jin) is a detective. He comes from a poor background, so he works obsessively to have overachieve. But, Do-Soo gets shot by Ji-Woo and his pride is wounded. Moreover, he is passed over for a promotion. He decides to go over Ji-Woo.
So-Ran (Yoon Jin-Seo) isn't good at martial arts, but stubbornly attempts to complete. She believes Do-Soo's kindness to her is a sign of affection from him. So-Ran never thinks that her affections for Do-Soo might be one-sided. Her pressure to arrest Ji-Woo makes Do-Soo indifferent to her.
- Temporary title "Domangja" means literally "Fugitive" or "Runaway".
- "The Fugitive: Plan B" will take over the KBS2 Wednesday & Thursday 21:55 time slot previously occupied by "King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo" and will be followed by "The President" on December 15, 2010.
- Filming begins July in Yokohama, Japan.
|Rain||Lee Na-Young||Lee Jung-Jin||Yoon Jin-Seo|
|Ji Woo||Jini||Do Soo||Soran|
|Daniel Henney||Takako Uehara||Yun Son-Ha||Song Jae-Ho||Song Dong-Il|
|Kai||Kieko||Hwang Mi-Jin||Yang Doo-Ui||Nakamura Hwang|
|Kong Hyung-Jin||Josie Ho||Jo Hee-Bong||Naoto Takenaka||Lung Ti|
|Jang Shifu||Hwa-I||James Bong||Hiroki||General Wei|
|Kim Su-Hyeon||Oh Ji-Ho||Kim Hyeong-Jong||Jung Seung-Kyo||Kim Soo-Hyun|
|Sophie||Kelvin||Detective Kim||Detective Lee||Detective Park|
Additional Cast Members:
- Kim Eung-Su - Yang Young-jun
- Danny Ahn - Baek Nam-Jung
- Ahn Seok-Hwan
- Joo Ah - Soo-Yeon
- Han Jung-Soo - Detective
- Lee Jong-Hyeok - translator
- Lee Da-Hae - Hae-Won
- Jung Doo-Hong - unidentified assailant
- Kwak Hyun-Hwa - female worker at private detective office
- Jang Yoon-Seo - Fumiko
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Source: TNS Media Korea