Krystal Jung’s name is again a byword for her acting comeback in her latest drama, Police University. Will premiere next August 9, this drama stars senior actors Cha Tae Hyun, Jung Jin Young, Krystal Jung, and other supporting actors.
Broadcast by the KBS television station, this drama tells about life at the Police University, professor Yoo Dong Man (Cha Tae Hyun) who has 20 years of experience in criminal homicide and cyber investigations meets the new student of a former hacker, Kang Seon Ho (Jung Jin Young). ) and Oh Kang Hee (Krystal), a bright first-year police student. They will form a team to investigate the case together. This drama will show conflict and cooperation between professors and students.
Krystal Jung made her debut as an artist in 2010. Having worked in the acting world for 11 years, this former f(x) member has starred in several Korean films and dramas. Comeback acting as a police student and will be a female police officer, Krystal Jung’s acting has certainly been awaited by KDrama fans.
Before becoming a police officer at Police University, here are 10 Korean Dramas, starring Krystal Jung. Drama from debut to now!
1. More Charming by the Day (2010)
Krystal Jung debuted as an artist with a small role through the MBC drama More Charming by the Day. This drama tells the story of a mother named Song Ok Sook (Song Ok Sook) who raises her three children after going bankrupt and being left by her husband. But after 15 years away, her husband came back as if nothing had happened. Plus one of his children, Ji Won (Im Ji Won) who wants to marry Sung Soo (Kim Sung Soo), the man she doesn’t love.
Krystal herself will play the role of Kim Soo Jung, the nephew of Kim Sung Soo. Thanks to her acting in the drama More Charming by the Day, Krystal Jung won the Newcomer Comedy Award at the 2010 MBC Entertainment Awards.
2. High Kick 3: The Revenge of the Short Legged (2011)
In 2011, Krystal Jung returned to acting in the drama High Kick 3. Aired on MBC television station, this drama totaled 123 episodes. Comedy sitcom genre, drama High Kick 3 stars many young actors, such as Yoon Kye Sang, Lee Jong Suk, Krystal Jung, Park Ha Sun, Kim Ji Won, Baek Jin Hee, and Kang Seung Yoon.
High Kick 3 tells the story of Ahn’s family who went bankrupt which caused them to move house to a relative’s house. Krystal Jung will play Ahn Soo Jung, the son of the Ahn family. He was an exchange student in Los Angeles but suddenly had to return home due to his family’s economic difficulties. Ahn Soo Jung has an older brother named Ahn Jong Suk, played by actor Lee Jong Suk.
3. The Heirs (2013)
The Heirs is one of the popular dramas that aired in 2013. The Heirs tells the story of a group of students at an elite high school who are groomed to inherit their family’s wealth and business. Written by popular writer Kim Eun Sook, this drama stars many young actors including Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, Kim Ji Won, Krystal Jung, and many more.
Krystal herself will play Lee Bo Na, the son of the CEO of Mega Entertainment, a major artist agency in South Korea. She is a cute girl who is a bit spoiled but kind. In this drama, Lee Bo Na is dating Yoon Chan Young (Kang Min Hyuk)
4. Potato Star 2013QR3 (2013)
Comedy sitcom genre, Potato Star 2013QR3 drama tells about a mysterious asteroid that landed on earth in 2013 causing strange things to happen, especially to the Noh family and their neighbors. Aired on tvN station, this drama has a total of 120 episodes.
In Potato Star 2013QR3, Krystal only acted as a cameo. She accepted this role because she has a close relationship with director Kim Byung Wook who previously worked on the drama High Kick 3. In this drama, Krystal plays Ahn Soo Jung, an American student who lives in a Korean Family. It is said that he will have a crush on Noh Min Hyuk, the character played by actor Go Kyung Pyo.
5. My Lovely Girl (2014)
Set in the K-Pop industry, the drama My Lovely Girl tells the story of two individuals who suffer and find healing through music. Aired on SBS stations, Rain, Krystal Jung, Infinite’s L, and Cha Ye Ryun were lined up to be the main actors in this drama.
It is said that Lee Hyun Wook (Rain) is the CEO of an entertainment agency that trains idols. He lives in great trouble because he can’t let go of his girlfriend, who died in an accident 3 years ago, which he witnessed firsthand. Meanwhile, Krystal will play Yoon Se Na, the younger sister of Lee Hyun Wook’s (Rain) boyfriend. He then moved to Seoul to pursue his music career and met Lee Hyun Wook who helped him achieve his dream.
6. The Legend of the Blue Sea (2016)
Again making a special appearance, Krystal Jung appeared as a cameo in the drama The Legend of the Blue Sea. This drama stars South Korea’s top actors, such as Jun Ji Hyun, Lee Min Ho, Lee Hee Joon, and Shin Hye Sun.
In The Legend of the Blue Sea, Krystal Jung will play a beautiful flight attendant who meets Heo Joon Jae (Lee Min-Ho) on a plane on his way to Spain. Not only that but Krystal was also seen having lunch with Heo Joon Jae.
This drama itself is about the love of Shin Cheong (Jun Ji Hyun), a mermaid, and Heo Joon Jae (Lee Min-Ho), a genius con artist. Focusing on rebirth, fate, and unrequited love, their story is juxtaposed with the parallel story of the Joseon era incarnation, the mermaid Se Hwa and the city’s chief, Kim Dam Ryeong.
7. Bride of the Water God (2017)
Bride of the Water God is a Korean drama that aired in 2017 on the television station tvN. The fantasy genre, this drama is an adaptation of writer Yoon Mi Kyung’s mahwa titled Bride of the Water God. This drama stars Nam Joo Hyuk, Shin Se Kyung, Lim Ju Hwan, Krystal Jung and Gong Myung.
The drama Bride of the Water God tells the story of Ha Baek (Nam Joo Hyuk), the god of water who came to earth to take a sacred stone to become king. He also seeks the help of So Ah (Shin Se Kyung), a psychiatrist who is the only remaining descendant who serves the water god.
In this drama, Krystal plays the role of Moo Ra, a water goddess who lives on earth for fun. On earth, he disguises himself as Hye Ra, a famous artist who is arrogant and considers humans stupid and lowly. He initially had an unrequited love with Ha Baek but eventually grew his love for Bi Ryeom (Gong Myung).
8. Prison Playbook (2017)
Prison Playbook or Wise Prison Life is a black comedy genre drama that aired in 2017 on the television station tvN. Won the Best Drama award at the 2018 Korean Cable TV Awards, this drama stars Park Hae Soo, Jung Kyung Ho, and Krystal Jung.
The drama Prison Playbook is about the lives of inmates in prison, their families, and the guards who work in prisons. The story will focus on a famous baseball pitcher, Kim Jae Hyuk (Park Hae Soo) who is imprisoned for assault after he saved his younger sister from being sexually assaulted.
In this drama, Krystal plays the role of Kim Ji Ho, a student and the girlfriend of Kim Jae Hyuk (Park Hae Soo).
9. The Player (2018)
The Player is a drama that tells the story of four individuals who have talents in their respective fields and form an elite team to solve and uncover crimes. They will cooperate with a fair prosecutor. Action and crime genre, this drama has 14 episodes.
Aired on OCN television station, this drama stars Song Seung Heon, Krystal Jung, Lee Si Eon, Tae Won Suk, and Kim Won Hae. In this drama, Krystal Jung will play the role of Cha Ah Ryung, a skilled driver who grew up in an orphanage after being abandoned by her parents.
10. Search (2020)
Acting comeback after 2 years, Krystal Jung starred in the drama Search which aired in 2020. Co-acting with Jang Dong Yoon and Yoon Park, Krystal Jung played Son Ye Rim, a female soldier who has a cold but smart personality.
Drama Search is a military thriller drama that takes place in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) and tells the story of a special search group formed to uncover the truth behind cases of missing people and mysterious murders.
Returning to starring in a Korean drama titled Police University, surely KDrama fans have been waiting for the good acting from this former f(x) member. It will air on August 9, don’t forget to watch the premiere of the drama Police University, okay?