Kill It

Kill It Korean drama


A former hit man now lives a normal life as a veterinarian and meets a smart and beautiful detective who is going after a serial killer. They become friends and end up working together, with him keeping his previous job a secret. What will happen when she falls for him and finds out his secret?



General Info

  • Drama Title: Kill It
  • Other Titles: N/A
  • Genre: Action, Thriller
  • Director: Nam Sung-woo
  • Writer: Son Hyun-soo, Choi Myung-jin
  • No. of Episodes: 12
  • Broadcast Period: March 23 to April 28, 2019
  • Time Slot: Saturday & Sunday @ 22:20 Korean Standard Time
  • Running Time: 60 minutes
  • TV Network: OCN (cable)
  • Production Company(s): Crave Works, Studio Dragon
  • Preceded by: Trap
  • Followed by: Voice 3

Cast & Characters


Jang Ki-Yong as Kim Soo-hyun, a veterinarian and a former assassin who was often hired by gangs. For some reason, he forgot everything that happened during his childhood. As he hides his true persona, he finds things that connect him to his past.

Nana as Do Hyun-jin, an elite detective who was abandoned in an orphanage. She was then adopted by a rich family and lived according to her foster parents’ wishes. Now she risks her life to catch a serial killer.


Kang Seul-gi as Noh Jung-eui, the landlady of both Soo-hyun and Hyun-jin. She is a high schooler who received her inheritance early after her grandfather died.

Lee Jae-won as Philip, Soo-hyun’s broker friend. He provides Soo-hyun with information about his victims. His weaknesses include women, alcohol, and Soo-hyun’s threatening words.

Jung Hae-kyun as Do Jae-hwan, the adoptive father of Hyun-jin and the chairman of the Sehan FT Group.

David McInnis as Pavel, the person who raised Soo-hyun to be a killer.

Robin Deiana as Karimov II, a red mafia member and the son of the famous Karimov. He follows Soo-hyun to Korea for revenge.

Moo Woo-jin as young Soo-hyun

Joo Ye-rim as young Seul-gi

Kim Hyun-mok as Kang Eu-soon, Hyun-jin’s junior

Ji Il-joo as Yoon Jae-hyun, a gamer and prosecutor

Kwak Ja-hyung as Park Sung-ho, an assistant inspector

Ahn Se-ho as Jang Gwang-joon, a medical examiner

Park Geun-soo as Lee Sang-yeon

Jung Jae-eun as Jung So-yeon, Hyun-jin’s adoptive mother



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