Lee Min Ho is progressing extremely swiftly toward being a seasoned actor. These days, any K-drama he stars in is guaranteed to be not only a national smash but also an international one because of his tremendous demand as an actor. He’s quite attractive and down to earth, in addition to having acting talent. In addition, he has a terrific sense of humor if you’ve watched any of his interviews. Here are five of Lee Min Ho’s top K-dramas that you absolutely must see if you’re new to the Lee Min Ho phenomenon.
Boys over flowers
Gu Jun Pyo (Lee Min Ho) possesses every quality required to be a chaebol. He has a lot of friends and is attractive, charming, popular, and very haughty. So it makes sense that he treats Geum Jan Di (Ku Hye Sun) brutally when she enrolls at his school. She is bullied by him, and as a result, she is also bullied by his peers. Jun Pyo must through a predetermined metamorphosis understand that his dislike for her might truly be a true feeling of resemblance. Though he has work cut out for him, he manages to win Jan Di over.
Life hasn’t been kind to Park Gae In (Son Ye Jin). Not only did her boyfriend break up with her, but she is also in danger of losing her job. So she can’t say no when Jeon Jin Ho (Lee Min Ho), a potential roommate who she mistakenly believes is gay, offers to move in with her to help her out financially. Even the possibility that she might acquire a gay closest friend makes her delighted. Gae In begins to depend on Jin Ho for emotional support, but she is unaware that he is truly straight and has affection for her.
In “City Hunter,” Lee Min Ho portrays a man named Lee Yoon Sung who poses as an IT specialist to go undercover at the Blue House to carry out his father’s plan for retaliation. He meets Kim Na Na (Park Min Young), a bodyguard, there. They team together after realizing how similar their retaliation strategies are. They start a passionate romance as a result.
Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), a high school girl in “Heirs,” never seems to have a good day. She meets Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) while searching for her sister, who left their family behind in the United States. She will have the chance to enroll in an exclusive private school with chaebols when she returns to Seoul. She chooses to go, where she eventually runs into Kim Tan once more. He makes it very apparent what he wants, and he becomes incredibly persistent in pursuing her.
The Legend of the Blue Sea
Shim Chung (Jun Ji Hyun) strikes Heo Jun Jae (Lee Min Ho) as a bit of an oddity right away. She struggles to fit in and is enthralled by the world around her. Shim Chung is a mermaid, something Jun Jae is unaware of. Jun Jae, a naughty lad, starts to understand that he has a strong affection for her.
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