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“Secret Royal Inspector”: Kim Myung Soo and Lee Yi Kyung are closer than brothers





KBS 2TV’s upcoming drama “Secret Royal Inspector” (literal title) has given a fresh look at its three main characters!

“Secret Royal Inspector” is a comic book mystery drama set and starring in the Joseon Dynasty Kim Myung Soo as Sung Yi Kyum, a secret royal inspector who travels undercover to the provinces to hear people’s stories, expose corruption, and bring justice to the table.

Sung Yi Kyum is a playful libertine who unexpectedly steps down the path of a secret royal inspector. He is always accompanied by his passionate and loyal servant Park Choon Sam (played by) Lee Yi Kyung). Although the two men come from different walks of life, they have built so much affection for one another over the years that they are closer as brothers, and their chemistry will be a crucial part of the drama ahead.

In the newly published stills from “Secret Royal Inspector”, the close friendship between Sung Yi Kyum and Park Choon Sam is evident in the fact that they feel completely at ease. Although their clothes indicate the difference in their social status, Sung Yi Kyum’s warm look when speaking to Park Choon Sam reveals that he still values ​​each other highly.

"Secret Royal Inspector": Kim Myung Soo and Lee Yi Kyung are closer than brothers

In addition to the funny bromance of the two men, Kim Myung Soo also shows a different kind of chemistry with a female lead Kwon Nara. Kwon Nara appears in the drama as Hong Da In, a Damo (a woman who works for a Joseon government office) who as gisaeng (a courtesan trained in music and the arts). While in disguise as gisaengIn the end, she crosses with Sung Yi Kyum and they eventually band together in a fight for justice.

"Secret Royal Inspector": Kim Myung Soo and Lee Yi Kyung are closer than brothers

“Secret Royal Inspector” premieres on December 21st at 9:30 pm KST.

In the meantime, see Kim Myung Soo in his previous drama “Meow the secret boyBelow!

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