From the first episode I was hooked. I have never seen any drama like this before. Its quality, plot and characters are that of a Hollywood movie, but so much better because we can watch 20 episodes of it!

Plus 16 episodes with the amazing Lee Seung Gi!

Lee Seung Gi said in an interview for HancinemaMy body was exhausted from all the movement, but I was super energetic. I think a second season would be fun and I understand the writers are working on it“. He went to action school for 3 months and besides the 3 hours of training, he built his strength with CrossFit.

This is the drama to show someone who is otherwise not interested in Korean dramas. I don’t know how are they did it, but the tension will keep you at the edge of your seat! Believe me, I couldn’t help but pause from time to time to catch my breath (and to finish my food that’s gone cold). There is no new episodes this weekend sadly, we have to wait another week for the ending, so if you haven’t watched it yet it’s time to catch up with the episodes. 

Vagabond joins the best parts of a Hollywood action movies and Korean dramas to create this action packed plot, with clever twists and well written characters. It instantly draws you in with its beautifully shot scenes. From episode one every action scene is very impressive. Not just the action though, the story flows naturally and with a great rhythm. I cannot recommend it enough. 


A mysterious plane crash kills over 200 civilians, including Cha Dal Gun’s (Lee Seung Gi) nephew. Determined to find out the truth behind the accident, Cha Dal Gun embarks on an investigation that leads him to a tangled web of corruption. His life intertwines with Go Hae Ri (Bae Suzy), a covert operative for the National Intelligence Service.


Lee Seung Gi as Cha Dal Gun
Bae Suzy as Go Hae Ri
Shin Sung Rok as Ki Tae Woong

Blue House

Baek Yoon Shik as Jung Kook Pyo
Moon Sung Geun as Hong Soon Jo
Kim Min Jong as Yoon Han Ki

National Intelligence Service (NIS)

Lee Ki Young as Kang Joo Chul
Jung Man Shik as Min Jae Sik
Hwang Bo Ra as Gong Hwa Sook

Lee Kyung Young as Edward Park
Moon Jung Hee as Jessica Lee

Kim Jung Hyun as Hong Seung Bum
Kang Kyung Hun as Oh Sang Mi
Lee Si Yoo as Seo Yeong Ji
Park Ah In as Lily
Choi Dae Chul as Kim Do Soo
Jang Hyuk Jin as Kim Ok Ki
Shin Seung Hwan as Kim Se Hun
Yoon Na Moo as Kim Ho Sik
Ryu Won as Mickey
Go Kyu Pil as Park Kwang Duk
Yoo Teo as Jerome
Kim Dae Gon as Ui Jung’s father
Kang Young Eun as taekwondo girl

Production Companies Celltrion Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television
Director Yoo In Sik
Screenwriters Jang Young Chul, Jung Kyung Soon
Broadcast network SBS
Broadcast period 2019 September – November