Lobbyist (TV series)

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Promotional poster for Lobbyist
Written by Choi Wan-kyu
Joo Chan-ok
Directed byLee Hyun-jik
Boo Sung-chul
Starring Song Il-gook
Jang Jin-young
Han Jae-suk
Country of origin South Korea
No. of episodes24
Production locationsSouth Korea
United States
Running timeWednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 (KST)
Production companiesKorea Pictures International, Inc.
Chorokbaem Media
Yedang Entertainment
Original network Seoul Broadcasting System
Original releaseOctober 3 (2007-10-03) 
December 26, 2007 (2007-12-26)

Lobbyist (Korean : 로비스트; RR : Lobiseuteu), originally titled Angel, was a 2007 South Korean television series produced by Korea Pictures International, Inc. that aired on SBS. Budgeted at ₩12 million, overseas filming locations included the United States and Kyrgyzstan. It starred Song Il-gook, [1] Han Jae-suk and Jang Jin-young (in her last performance).



Lobbyist centers around a fictional love story caught in the real-world scenario of international politics, secret weapons trading, and deadly lobbying activities.

Kang Tae-hyuk is a successor of a main munitions business company in Korea. He has an innate ability as a lobbyist and is a master schemer. His exploits take him to the United States where he deals with the mafia. He plans to sweep over the whole of Asia.



2007-10-10112.6% (6th)13.8% (6th)
2007-10-10212.0% (9th)13.5% (7th)
2007-10-11315.7% (3rd)16.6% (4th)
2007-10-11414.1% (7th)16.2% (5th)
2007-10-17514.0% (6th)15.3% (6th)
2007-10-18615.6% (7th)16.5% (6th)
2007-10-24714.4% (6th)15.3% (6th)
2007-10-25821.3% (3rd)22.4% (3rd)
2007-10-31914.9% (6th)16.2% (5th)
2007-11-011014.7% (6th)15.5% (6th)
2007-11-071112.3% (11th)13.1% (8th)
2007-11-081212.3% (11th)12.6% (9th)
2007-11-141313.3% (8th)13.9% (7th)
2007-11-151412.2% (9th)12.6% (8th)
2007-11-211511.0% (14th)11.5% (12th)
2007-11-221611.6% (12th)11.8% (12th)
2007-11-281710.5% (15th)10.3% (16th)
2007-11-291812.6% (11th)12.8% (11th)
2007-12-051910.1% (17th)10.1% (17th)
2007-12-062014.6% (5th)15.3% (3rd)
2007-12-122112.1% (9th)12.5% (9th)
2007-12-132214.1% (8th)14.9% (8th)
2007-12-202311.6% (9th)12.0% (10th)
2007-12-262411.1% (12th)11.6% (11th)

Source: TNmS Media Korea

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