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13 Actors And Actresses Who Always Pick Good Roles

Sep 1, 2019

Don’t you just hate it when you have high expectations for a K-drama and then it ends up not being as exciting as you thought it would be? We’ve all been there, and it can be so disappointing. But then there are certain actors and actresses who pick and choose to be in amazing K-dramas that we can almost guarantee will be good. It’s definitely not the case with all of them, but the ones who are on this list have definitely proven to us time and time again that their dramas are worth the wait and the watch.

(In no particular order)

 

3. Lee Jong Suk

 

Notable K-dramas: “Romance is a Bonus Book,” “While You Were Sleeping,” “W,” “Pinocchio,” “Doctor Stranger,” “I Hear Your Voice

 

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Lee Jong Suk is definitely considered to be a top Korean actor. Some of us remember him as the angsty songwriter Han Tae Sun in “Secret Garden,” and even then, he had such star quality. Since then, basically every role he’s taken on has been in a great drama. Even the series where he had cameos were amazing – remember “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” and “Gogh: Starry Night“?

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A lot of the roles that Lee Jong Suk picks are also easy to binge-watch. He chooses very interesting scripts that make you want to know what will happen at the end. His last K-drama in particular before enlisting was “Romance is a Bonus Book.” Although the series was a bit more mellow, it proved to be a comforting K-drama that we didn’t even know we needed. We can always trust Lee Jong Suk!

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Begin watching Lee Jong Suk in “While You Were Sleeping”:

WATCH NOW

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1346713wpp/13-actors-and-actresses-who-always-pick-good-roles

 

 

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9 Of The Nicest Rich Guys Who Shatter K-Drama Stereotypes

Aug 4, 2019
by Azra_A

Where would K-drama be without chaebols? That’s the Korean word for a wealthy businessman, owner of a vast conglomerate empire, aka the job description of 80 percent of K-drama male leads. It makes sense that this trope is so popular: when we enter the world of chaebols, we get to see how the other half lives and to revel in glamour and luxury which we’d never otherwise experience.

But you know what doesn’t make sense? So many K-drama chaebols are arrogant jerks, and so many female leads keep falling for them anyway. It’s 2019, people! Our leading ladies have better things to do than chase cold, aloof guys who don’t treat them right. That’s why we always love to see a chaebol who knows how to be a decent human being. The more these charming fellas turn up, the more the tide turns and the fewer tired tropes we have to endure.

Want to know which rich guys are leading the way? Let’s find out!

Warning: spoilers ahead!

1. Kang Chul in “W

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Kang Chul (Lee Jong Suk) is so incredibly perfect, it’s like he walked straight out of a webtoon! Oh, wait, he actually did do that. Chul will always have an advantage over ordinary rich dudes, because he was literally drawn to be the perfect guy. He’s smart, athletic, cute, witty and, yes, also really rich.

 
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But what makes Kang Chul a truly great guy is that, even when the webtoon stops and real life takes over, he still tries hard to be good. He’s always on the quest for justice, never losing sight of his mission to find his parents’ killer, but he still cares deeply about the people he shares his life with. Chul won’t sacrifice small moments and sweet romance in pursuit of a bigger goal, even when that goal has driven him all his life.

Check out the first episode of “W”:

 

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7 Sets Of K-Drama Brothers That Taught Us Something About Brotherhood

Jul 15, 2017

When you think about what’s at the center of dramas, it really comes down to relationships. This can range from love triangles to tangled family lines. We wanted to show some appreciation to the dramas out there that have showed some great examples of brotherhood. So here’s a list of seven dramas that have taught us about what it means to be a bro!

 

5. Ha Myung & Jae Myung in “Pinocchio

 

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This is another pairing that will most likely move you to tears. I’m sure many older brothers carry the same responsibility Jae Myung felt when it came to protecting what was left of his family and seeking what he thought was justice. Although it isn’t a happy ending for all, we’re glad that their tormented fate allowed them to reunite.

Catch the first episode of “Pinocchio” below: 

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https://www.soompi.com/article/1008187wpp/7-sets-k-drama-brothers-taught-us-something-brotherhood

 

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2019.11.11 _jhong__ IG Update)))))

Thanks for sharing!

 

 

 

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back to 89m messages. :heart:

i'm pretty sure he cheered on the students that took the CSAT.

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I believe the translation for his message is: 

 

"You've gone through hardship taking the CSATs. 

You've studied hard, so I hope you get good results! Now let's play!!! 

I'm back and doing well!"

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I am a very biased fan too; no person has been able to hold my gaze like Jong Suk has – the perfect blend of boyish coyness and manly bravado and delicate feelings and unmasked honesty. I just keep reading his words; I just keep looking forward to the next time I see him - by hitoritabi Oct2016

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It is already 1 year since FM in Manila

 

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