Profile Drama: Empress Ki (literal title) Revised romanization: Kihwanghoo Hangul: 기황후 Director: Han Hee Writer: Jang Young-Cheol, Jung Kyung-Soon Network: MBC Episodes: 51 Release Date: October 28, 2013 – April 29, 2014 Runtime: Mondays & Tuesdays 22:00 Language: Korean Country: South Korea
Plot Depicts the loves and battles of Empress Ki who exercises her influence in the Yuan Dynasty. Empress Ki is from Goryeo.
Notes “Empress Ki” takes over the MBC Mondays & Tuesdays 21:55 time slot previously occupied by “Jung-Yi, The Goddess of Fire” and followed by “Triangle” May, 2014. Early Korean working title was “Hwatu” (literally “flower cards”). First script reading took place on September 13 and September 14 at MBC Dream Centre in Ilsan, South Korea. Each session took about 4 hours. Filming moves to Hengdian World Studios, located in Hengdian, China, from October 12-23, 2013. Ep. 19 & 20 of “Empress Ki” originally scheduled to air December 30th and 31st did not air due to award shows and special programming. Ep.19 & 20 will air during the first week of January, 2014. Ep.29 airs at 22:15 instead of 22:00 because of Winter Olympics. In addition, Ep.30 will not air on February 11, 2014 and instead air on February 17, 2014.
Cast Ha Ji-Won — Ki Seung-Nyang / Empress Ki Joo Jin-Mo — Wang Yoo Ji Chang-Wook — Ta Hwan / Emperor Huizong of Yuan Baek Jin-Hee — Danashri Kim Jung-Hyun — Dang Ki-Se Cha Do-Jin — Top Ja-Hae Kim Young-Ho — Baek An Choi Moo-Sung — Park Bool-Hwa Lee Moon-Sik — Bang Shin-Woo Lee Jae-Yong — Wang Go Kim Seo-Hyung — Empress Dowager Lim Ju-Eun — Bayan Khutugh Yoon Ah-Jung — Yeon-Hwa Jeon Kuk-Hwan — Yeon Chul Kim Myeong-Kuk — Jang Soon-Yong Kim Ji-Han — Tal Tal Jung Woong-In — Yeom Byung-Soo Kwon Oh-Jung — Choi Moo-Song Yun Yong-Hyeon — Jeom-Bak yi Lee Won-Jong — Dok Man Cha Kwang-Soo — Ko Yong-Bo Han Hye-Rin — Royal Concubine Park Kim Hyeong-Beom — Jo Cham
Additional Cast Members:
Jo Woo-Jin – Wang Go’s solider Kim Myung-Soo – Ki Ja-Oh Yu In-Young – Yeon Bi-Soo Jo Jae-Yun – Gol-Ta Seo Yi-Sook – Court Lady Seo Zuno – Ta Hwan’s guard Park Ha-Na – Woo-Hee Lee Eung-Kyung – Court Lady No Lee Ji-Hyun – Hong-Dan Jung Sung-Yoon – Kook-Soo Kim Ye-Ryeong – Ki Seung-Nyang’s mother Kwon Tae-Won – king of Goryeo Kim Jin-Sung – Prince Ma-Ha Kim Jin-Woo – Crown Prince A-Yoo Choi Hyun – Balrachubmoka Seol Woo-Hyung – Prince Maha Kim Woo-Suk – boy Sung Min-Soo – Bang-Jin Hyun Seung-Min – Ki Seung-Nyang (young) Ahn Do-Kyu – Wang Yoo (young) Ryoo Hyoun-Kyoung – Princess Kyunghwa (cameo) Shin Seung-Hwan – Kkweo-Bo (cameo) Oh Gwang-Rok – Heuk-Soo (cameo) Shim Yi-Young – fortune teller (cameo) Park Hae-Mi – magician (cameo)
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