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Live 

Laibeu (original title)
The drama revolves around the incidents that occur among the police force and the joy, sorrow, and pain that police officers experience as they try to protect justice.
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2018  
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Series cast summary:
Yu-mi Jung ...  Han Jeong Oh (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Kwang-Soo Lee ...  Yeom Sang Soo (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Sung-Woo Bae ...  Oh Yang Chon (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Chong-ok Bae Chong-ok Bae ...  Ahn Jang Mi (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Dong-il Sung ...  Ki Han Sol (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Soon-jae Lee ...  Yang Chon's father (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Hyun-Sung Jang Hyun-Sung Jang ...  Eun Kyung Mo (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Joo-Young Lee Joo-Young Lee ...  Song Hye Ri (2018) 18 episodes, 2018
Lee Si-eon ...  Kang Nam Il (2018) 17 episodes, 2018
Sin Dong-Wook Sin Dong-Wook ...  Choi Myeong Ho (2018) 17 episodes, 2018
Wan-gi Jo Wan-gi Jo ...  Kim Min Seok (2018) 17 episodes, 2018
Gun-Woo Kim ...  Kim Han Pyo (2018) 17 episodes, 2018
Go Min-Si Go Min-Si ...  Oh Song Yi 17 episodes, 2018
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The drama revolves around the incidents that occur among the police force and the joy, sorrow, and pain that police officers experience as they try to protect justice.

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Director Kim Kyu-Tae and screenwriter No Hee-Kyung have worked together in drama series "Worlds Within......," "Padam Padam," "That Winter, The Wind Blows" and "It's Ok, This is Love." See more »

Soundtracks

Someone Like You
Lyrics by Ji Hoon
Music by Lee Young Min, TLL
Artist: EXO-CBX (Jong-dae Kim, Baek-Hyun Byun, Min-Seok Kim)
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What a fantastic series!
10 May 2019 | by rebecca_l_johnsonSee all my reviews

Writing from Canada and this Korean police drama just ticks all the boxes. I have laughed hysterically and even cried and I rarely cry watching films or TV. This series takes you through every emotion without even realising it until an episode is over just how much it affected you. The acting is superb as is the directing and filming. Most of the Korean shows I watch from Netflix are hits for me: a few getting a second viewing regardless of how many episodes there are. There is something about the way Koreans approach movie making that is so fantastic and "Live" is another example of it. I will not give out any spoilers but if you are a fan of a great TV series this is one to watch. I really hope there is another season.

PS: I am not Korean...I am Deaf and will watch anything, from any country, as long as it has closed-captioning. :-)


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South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

10 March 2018 (South Korea) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Seoul, South Korea

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