My Sweet Mobster Cast & Character Guide

Cast & Character Guide

Welcome to our comprehensive cast and character guide, serving as your essential companion as we delve into the captivating world of My Sweet Mobster.

Here, we’ll introduce you to the ensemble of main characters that drive the story’s heart and soul, along with the director, writer, and any supporting characters worth mentioning.

To help you along, we’ll also break down what else they’ve been in. So, without further ado, here is the cast starring in My Sweet Mobster:

​​DIRECTOR – Kim Young-hwan

Kim Young-hwan is a skilled director with a keen eye for detail to bring unique depth and vision to every project he undertakes. He highlights his ability to handle diverse K-drama genres with equal finesse while creating visually stunning and emotional narratives, as witnessed in Gi Ho’s Starry Night, Thirty but Seventeen, My Dangerous Wife, Today’s Webtoon, and Doctor John. 


My Sweet Mobster is Na Kyung’s first project. The compelling storyline and well-developed characters that continue to captivate viewers of My Sweet Mobster show that Na Kyung is on a journey to becoming a standout talent in the industry. We look forward to seeing more of Na Kyung’s work in the future. 


Um Tae-goo as Seo Ji-hwan

Although Um Tae-goo has not been in as many drama series as he is in movies, you probably will remember his strong-features face, domineering aura, introverted gangster character with a low voice and deep gaze from Hometown, Save Me Season 2, and Dr. Brain.

His strong presence, mature features, and delicate acting make him perfect for serious roles, and hopefully, we will see him as the main character in many more Kdramas henceforth. It feels like a disservice, not to mention once again how his voice is so mesmerising.

If not for anything, you need to watch Sweet Mobster because of his voice.

Han Sun-hwa as Go Eun-ha

Han Sun-Hwa is a former member of the South Korean girl group Secret, and she now continues to capture the hearts of K-Drama lovers with her versatile and immaculate acting. Han Sun-hwa has a girlish charm and a mature and delicate beauty.

She is as humorous as she is serious in her roles, and you will fall in love with her in Work Later, Drink Now, Undercover, and Backstreet Rookie

Kwon Yool as Jang Hyun-woo

Kwon Yool has an increasingly fascinating filmography in minor and significant roles, making him one of the most versatile and complex actors whose personality is difficult to decipher.

At first glance, he gives a cute, dandy vibe, pulling the audience in with his charms, but upon closer look, he presents a twist through his complex, dual, and dark personality, especially in his roles. His best series include Longing For You, Mental Coach Jegal, Dali And The Cocky Prince, and No, Thank You.


Jae Chan as Lee Dong-hee

DKZ’s Jae Chan is no stranger to Korean Boy Love fans as he is the famous Chu Sang-woo in the beloved Korean Bl Semantic Error, for which he was nominated and won several awards. His other dramas include No Going Back Romance and Bitter Sweet Hell.

Kim Hyun-jin as Joo II-young

Kim Hyun-jin is every girl’s dream man, standing tall at 6’2 with a boyish look, mesmerising smile, and innocent masculinity. Although he had been in various minor and major roles, his breakout role was in Cheer Up, for which he won the Best New Actor award in the 2022 SBS Drama Awards. His most recent role was in Dreaming of a Freaking Fairytale

Lim Chul-soo as Go Yang-hee

Lim Chul-soo is an excellent actor who has taken his fans on a decade-old voyage travelling through a “sea of acting” powered by his warm smile, cheerful eyes, passion, talent, and determination to keep challenging himself. His other notable roles include Gyeongseong Creature, Alchemy of Souls, Today’s Webtoon, and Vincenzo.

What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favourite moment of My Sweet Mobster? Let us know in the comments below!

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