- Drama: The King: Eternal Monarch
- Revised romanization: Deo King: Youngwonui Gunjoo
- Hangul: 더 킹: 영원의 군주
- Director: Baek Sang-Hoon
- Writer: Kim Eun-Sook
- Network: SBS
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: April 17, 2020 —
- Runtime: Friday & Saturday 22:00
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
The Devil is released into the human world and soon opens a door into a parallel world. The Devil asks if he lived a better life in the other world, if he could live in the other world. Against the Devil’s question, Korean Emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min-Ho) tries to close the door to the parallel world and South Korean Detective Jung Tae-Eul (Kim Go-Eun) tries to protect the lives of people and the person she loves.
- “The King: Eternal Monarch” takes over the SBS Fridays & Saturdays 22:00 time slot previously occupied by “Hyena” and followed by “Convenience Store Saet-Byeol” June, 2020.
- “The King: Monarch of Eternity” is Lee Min-Ho’s first acting role since he was discharged from the South Korean military on April 25, 2019.
- Lee Min-Ho & screenwriter Kim Eun-Sook previously worked together in 2013 SBS drama series “The Heirs.”
- Director Baek Sang-Hoon and screenwriter Kim Eun-Sook previously worked together in 2016 KBS2 drama series “Descendants of the Sun.”
- Actress Kim Go-Eun screenwriter Kim Eun-Sook previously worked together in 2016 tvN drama series “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God.”
- First still images of Lee Min-Ho in “The King: Monarch of Eternity.”
- Two main posters for SBS drama series “The King: Eternal Monarch.”
- Still images of first meeting between Lee Gon (Lee Min-Ho) and Jung Tae-Eul (Kim Go-Eun).
|Lee Min-Ho||Kim Go-Eun|
|Lee Gon||Jung Tae-Eul|
|Woo Do-Hwan||Kim Kyung-Nam||Jung Eun-Chae||Lee Jung-Jin||Kim Young-Ok|
|Jo Young||Kang Shin-Jae||Koo Seo-Ryeong||Lee Rim||No Ok-Nam|
|Jeon Bae-Su||Seo Jung-Yeon||Park Won-Sang||Kim Yong-Ji|
|Jung Do-In||Song Jung-Hye||Park Moon-Sik||Myung Seung-A|
Additional Cast Members:
- Kim Go-Eun – Luna
- Woo Do-Hwan – Jo Eun-Seob
- Lee Hong-Nae – Seok Ho-Pil
- Sojin – Jo Hae-In
- Jang Hae-Min