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The Great Seer / 대풍수 / 大风水 (36 Episodes)
Genre: Historical, Fantasy, Action, Romance
Broadcasting period: 2012-10-10 to 2013-2-07 (Wednesday & Thursday on SBS)
Cast: Ji Sung as Ji Sang, Lee David as Ji Sang (young), Kim So Yun as Hae In, Son Na Eun as Hae In (young), Ji Jin Hee as General Lee Sung Gye, Song Chang Ui as Lee Jung Geun, No Young Hak as Jung Geun (young), Lee Yoon Ji as Ban Ya, Park Min Ji as Ban Ya (young), Jo Min Ki as Lee In Im, Oh Hyun Kyung as Soo Ryun Gae, Lee Seung Yun as Young Ji, Lee Jin as Young Ji (young), Choi Jae Woong as Dong Yoon, Lee Do Yup as Lee Kang Dal, Kim Min Hyuk as Won Gae, Ryu Tae Joon, Joo Min Soo as Sung Bok, Lee Moon Shik

Ji Sung plays a gifted seer, born with the ability to see into people’s pasts and futures. There are those who believe falsely that he has dark supernatural powers, thinking him possessed by ghosts. When he comes of age in the late Goryeo era, he becomes a scholar of divination, and a reader of geography, faces, and the like to tell fortunes — an area with much influence at the time. He eventually becomes a “king-maker,” who holds the key to a major political shift in the overthrow of Goryeo and the rise of Joseon. He help the General Lee Sung Gye become the first king of the Joseon Dynasty.



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