Save Me 2

Save Me 2 Korean drama starring Uhm Tae-goo and Esom

Synopsis

A small town is in a state of chaos as members of a mysterious cult take over the place. When a former judo athlete is released from prison and goes back home, he feels that something is not right and finds the will to fight the evil cult and protect his loved ones from danger.

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General Info

  • Official Title: Save Me 2
  • Genre: Psychological Thriller
  • Director: Lee Kwon
  • Writer: Seo Joo-yeon
  • No. of Episodes: 16
  • Broadcast Period: May 8 to June 27, 2019
  • Time Slot: Wednesday & Thursday @ 23:00 Korean Standard Time
  • Running Time: 60 minutes
  • TV Network: OCN (cable)
  • Production Company(s): Hidden Sequence
  • Preceded by: Possessed
  • Followed by: Class of Lies
  • Related Drama: Save Me

Cast & Characters

Main

Uhm Tae-goo as Kim Min-chul, a former judo athlete who has been imprisoned after fighting for what he think is right. After his release, he goes on a search for what went wrong in Wolchoori, his home town.

Chun Ho-jin as Choi Kyung-suk, a mysterious man admired and followed by many for his supposedly good intentions. He is the leader of the cult that runs Wolchoori.

Esom as Kim Young-sun, the younger sister of Kim Min-chul who is studying to be a nurse. She has always wanted to leave Wolchoori right after her graduation.

Kim Young-min as Sung Chul-woo, a clergyman of the cult ran by Choi Kyung-suk. He wants to bring good change to Wolchoori.

Supporting

Lim Ha-ryong as Leader Lee, the head of the village.

Oh Yeon-ah as Jin-sook, a resident of Wolchoori.

Lee Joo-shil as Sung-ho’s grandmother.

Seo Young-hwa as Young-sun’s mother.

Lee Yoon-hee as Section Chief Jang.

Woo Hyun as Silver Carp, a fisherman.

Jang Won-young as Chil-sung, a village dweller.

Kim Soo-jin as Chil-sung’s wife.

Kim Young-sun as Leader Lee’s wife.

Kim Mi-hwa as Hwan-hee’s mother.

Sung Hyuk as Byung-ryul, a village dweller.

Sun Bo-seung as Sung Ho, a man with an intellect of a six-year-old.

Ratings

The following figures are nationwide TV ratings from Nielsen Korea.

  • Episode 1 (May 8, 2019) — 1.419%
  • Episode 2 (May 9, 2019) — 1.395%
  • Episode 3 (May 15, 2019) — 1.332% (LOWEST)
  • Episode 4 (May 16, 2019) — 1.932%
  • Episode 5 (May 22, 2019) — 1.672%
  • Episode 6 (May 23, 2019) — 1.647%
  • Episode 7 (May 29, 2019) — 1.738%
  • Episode 8 (May 30, 2019) — 1.934%
  • Episode 9 (June 5, 2019) — 2.243%
  • Episode 10 (June 6, 2019) — 1.967%
  • Episode 11 (June 12, 2019) — 2.234%
  • Episode 12 (June 13, 2019) — 2.586%
  • Episode 13 (June 19, 2019) — 2.704%
  • Episode 14 (June 20, 2019) — 2.881%
  • Episode 15 (June 26, 2019) — 2.978%
  • Episode 16 (June 27, 2019) — 3.560% (HIGHEST)
  • AVERAGE — 2.139%

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