Park Seo Joon, is a South Korean actor and no doubt one of today’s most sought-after K-drama leading men. Park Seo Joon made his entertainment industry debut in 2011 with an appearance in Bang Yong Guk’s “I Remember” music video. Park Seo Joon is the king of romcom, whenever Park SEO Joon comes on the screen he makes sure you will fall in love with his character. Here is 5 k-drama of him you must watch.
What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?
Park Seo Joon plays a self-absorbed and narcissistic, vice president of a family-owned business named Lee Young-Joon. However, when his secretary of 9 years, played by Park Min Young, has tendered her resignation, he is caught off guard by the situation and the feelings that arise.
Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth
The story revolves around a group of talented and dashing elite warriors dubbed the titular Hwarang, established amidst growing social turmoil in the ancient kingdom of Silla. Among them is Seo Joon’s character Moo Myung, a young man born of the lowest social class who climbs up the ranks to avenge the death of his best friend at the hands of the Queen Mother’s men.
She Was Pretty
Park Seo Joon is a handsome and successful role, whose appearances were less than desirable in his younger years. But when he reunites with his childhood sweetheart Hye-Jin, who looks nothing like her gorgeous younger self, things take an interesting turn.
Fight for My Way
Seo Joon portrays Ko Dong Man, a washed-up taekwondo player whose once successful career went down the drain after a traumatic incident. Now working a mundane job as a contract employee, Dong Man eventually returns to his passion, starting over as a nameless mixed martial arts fighter competing for the coveted UFC title.
Itaewon Class follows Seo Joon as the calm but driven Park Saeroyi. Premised under the themes of ambition, family, love, and revenge, the series starts with the tragic death of Saeroyi’s loving father whose case is never properly solved after Jang Dae-hee, the CEO of the multi-million food business Jangga Co. intervenes to keep his own son from being convicted.