Park Seo Joon’s Must Watch Dramas!
For the past few years, K-Dramas have gained much popularity across the globe. Whether it’s a rom-com or a nail-biting thriller, K-Dramas have a wide array of choices. And with that, the popularity of the actors of the industry.
You might be Lee Min Ho’s fan or have a huge crush on Park Seo Joon, you never can ignore their charm. But today it is Seo Joon’s turn.
We have listed the must-watch K-Dramas of the evergreen Korean actor. And these ones should be on every beginner’s watch list.
- Itaewon Class (2020-Netflix & Dramacool.com)
If you love revenge drama, then this one is for you. Park Seo Joon played the role of Park Sae Royi, a late 20s guy who seeks to take revenge on his arch-nemesis for his father’s death. Each episode ends with success and ends with absolute satisfaction. Itaewon Class will not only amuse you but also will inspire you to pursue your dreams.
- What’s wrong with Secretary Kim? (2018-Netflix & Viki)
The 2018 K-Drama stars Park Seo Joon along with Park Min-young. Based on a novel of the same title, the story revolves around a vice-chairman of a big-shot company who falls head-over-heels for his secretary. And also tries to stop the secretary from resigning after working for 9 years. Later, both find out that they were somewhat connected in their childhood.
- Fight For My Way (2017- Netflix)
Park Seo Joon played the role of Ko Dong-man, a former taekwondo player who turned into a mixed martial arts player. The plot is around struggles in the way of success and achieving dreams. Nothing can stop you when you have passion in your heart. Romance is also tagged along with the tragedy in the plot.
- She Was Pretty (2015-Netflix, Viki & Dramacool.com)
A rom-com based on a true tale of two former associates who re-connect after a turnaround of fate and personalities, set in the printing office of a fashion publication. Kim Hye-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) was a pretty girl from a wealthy family. She went through difficulties after her family's publishing business declared bankruptcy. Ji Sung-Joon (Seo-Joon) was an unattractive boy with poor self-esteem when he was younger, but he grew up to be a cute and popular editor.
- Hwarang (2016- Netflix & Viki)
If you are a BTS, then Hwarang is an absolute treat for you. Because your very own Kim Taehyung a.k.a V is also a co-cast. The 2016 historical drama gives you a sneak-peak into Korea’s historical pages. No, it is not based on true stories. Hwarang or the elite group discover about life amid the chaos of the Silla Kingdom.