Age of Warriors

Age of Warriors (Korean무인시대; Hanja武人時代; RRMuinsidae; MRMuinsidae) is a South Korean historical television series. It aired on KBS1 from February 8, 2003, to August 15, 2004, every Saturday and Sunday at 21:45 (KST) for 158 episodes. The series is set during the military rule over Goryeo.

Age of Warriors
Hangul무인시대
Hanja武人時代
GenreHistorical
Written byYoo Dong-yoon
Directed by
  • Shin Chang-suk
  • Kim Sung-geun
  • Yoon Chang-bum
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of episodes158
Production
Executive producerLee Nok-young
ProducerJung Young-chul
Running time50–60 minutes
Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 (KST)
Release
Original networkKBS1
Picture formatNTSC
Original releaseFebruary 8, 2003 (2003-02-08) –
August 15, 2004 (2004-08-15)

CastEdit

Main charactersEdit

Royal householdEdit

Male member
Female member
Palace servant
  • Jung Yong-sook as Court Lady Choi, Myeongjong's maid
  • Heo Jin as Court Lady Jo, Gongye's maid
  • Ahn Hae-sook as Court Lady Jang
  • Yoo Byung-joon as Wang Gwang-chwi, Uijong's eunuch who died during the rebellion
  • Yoo Byung-han as Han-Suk
  • Lee Choon-shik as Eunuch Choi
  • Lee Kyung-young as Eunuch Jo, Myeongjong's eunuch

Ministers and warriorsEdit

  • Joo Hyo-man as Kim Boo-shik
  • Kim Jong-kyul as Moon Geuk-kyum
  • Park Young-ji as Kim Don-joong, Boo-shik's son
  • Heo Ki-ho as Lee Gong-seung
  • Shin Dong-hoon as Moon Jang-pil
  • Park Byung-ho as Jo Young-in
  • Choi Sang-hoon as Jo Choong, Young-in's son
  • Jung Jin-kak as Han-Roi
  • Yoo Soon-chul as Im Jong-shik
  • Kim In-tae as Yoon In-chum
  • Yang Hyung-ho as Woo Seung-kyung
  • Kim Joon-mo as Yoo Eung-kyoo
  • Kim Sung-won as Han Moon-joon
  • Nam Young-jin as Wang Jun-myung
  • Lee Il-woong as Lee In-ro
  • Jung Woon-yong as Uhm Shin-yak
  • Jang Chil-koon as Geum-Ui
  • Cha Kwang-soo as Lee Kyoo-bo
  • Maeng Ho-rim as Im-Yoo
  • Shin Won-kyoon as Kim Koon-soo
Warriors of Uijong's era
  • Kim Ki-bok as Baek Im-ji
  • Kim Kyoo as Jung Se-yoo
  • Lee Gye-young as Jung Jon-shil

Rebellion peopleEdit

  • Park Kyung-deuk as Han-Sun
  • Kwon Hyuk-ho as Kim Bo-dang
  • Song Jong-won as Jang Soon-suk
  • Yang Jae-won as Han Un-kook
  • Choi Dong-joon as Jo Wi-chong
  • Baek Seung-woo as Jo-Kyung, Wi-chong's son
  • Jeon Byung-ok as Kim Jon-shim
  • Hwang Duk-jae as Hyun Duk-soo
  • Lee Chi-woo as Hyun Dam-yoon, Duk-soo's father
  • Park Jin-sung as Mang-Yi
  • Ham Suk-hoon as Mang So-yi
  • Oh Sung-yul as Lee Gwang
  • Lee Jae-yun as Son-Chung
  • Yoon Seung-won as Man-Juk
  • Myung Ro-jin as Soon-Jung
  • Jung Doo-hong as Mi Jo-yi
  • Ko Kyu-pil as Yun-Bok
  • Han Tae-il as Hyo-Sam
  • Won Wan-kyoo as Hyun-Oh
  • Kang Ji-hoo as Kim Sa-mi
  • Kim Young-suk as Hyo-Shim
  • Im Jung-il as Lee Bi
  • Bang Hyung-joo as Pae-Jwa
People from Silla
  • Moon Hoi-won as Kim Ja-yang
  • Choi Dong-kyoo as a man who longing for the noble position
  • Lee Do-ryun as Kim In-kyum
People in Jin dynasty
  • Moon Hoi-won as Emperor Sejong, the 5th Emperor
  • Park Woong as Bo, a member of the royal family
  • Kim Dae-hwan as Wanyan Heng, a member of the royal family
  • Joo Jin-mo as Imperial Prince Wanyan Yungong
  • Shin Joon-young as Yayool Kyoo
  • Lee Hyo-jung as Suk To-heuk, Sejong's father-in-law
  • Park Yoo-seung as a translator
  • Kim Jin-oh as Sa-sin
People in Song dynasty
People in Eastern Jin
  • Yoo Dong-keun as Puxian Wannu, the 1st ruler
  • Lee Ui-sun as General Wanyan Ziyuan
People in Mongol Empire
  • Kim Myung-soo as Genghis Khan, the 1st Emperor
  • Kil Yong-woo as Imperial Prince Ögedei
  • Ji Dae-han as Imperial Prince Chagatai
  • Lee Gye-young as General Sallita
  • Kim Joo-ho as a Marshal general
  • Go Tae-san as Vice Marshal Poridaewan
  • Lee Doo-sup as Yelü Chucai
  • Ahn Seung-hoon as Yelü Liuge, a vassal from Khitan Liao
People in Khitan Liao
  • Ra Jae-woong as Yelü Sibu, the 1st monarch of Later Liao
  • Jin Bong-jin as Gul-No, the 2nd monarch of Later Liao
  • Kim Kyung-ryong as Prince Geumsan, Prince of Georan and later the 3rd monarch of Later Liao
  • Jung Ho-keun as Ham-Sa, the 5th monarch of Later Liao
  • Jo Joo-hyun as a general
  • Jeon Il-bum as a military officer
  • Park Yoon-bae as a soldier
People in Western Xia
People in Khwarazmian Empire

OtherEdit

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Recipient Result
2003 KBS Drama Awards Best Actor Park Yong-woo Won

External linksEdit