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Lee-Min-Hoo K-Dramas that we love

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Our favourite Korean actor, Gun Jun Pyo or Jun Ji-Hyun, has an alluring charisma. He is also one of South Korea’s highest-paid performers. His show ‘Boys Over Flowers’ is credited for spreading the Hallyu movement outside of Korea.

Min-ability ho’s was recognised at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards, where he was named Best New Actor. His wax figure, the only actor from South Korea, is also on display in the Madame Tussauds Museum. Let’s take a peek at some of our favourite Prince Charming’s tragedies.

Boys Over Flowers

For many K-dramas fans, this episode served as an official introduction to him. This drama helped Lee-Min-Ho gain a large following. Geum is the protagonist of the narrative. Jan Di is a quiet young woman who works at her parents’ dry cleaners. After an incident, she ends up at a prestigious high school, where she meets the F4. Teachers are silent in the face of the institution’s four affluent, arrogant, and handsome leaders. Jan ina approaches the leader, who reprimands her for her rude behavior. Will she be able to continue at that school despite the bullying or will she be forced to leave?

Personal Taste

Lee-Min-2010 Ho’s rom-com series is an underappreciated programme. The drama has an original narrative that centres on romance. Jeon Jin Ho is an architect whose home was stolen by his father’s partner after his father died. His primary goal is to recover his house. When he receives a new project that would help him reach his objective, he finds himself in a scenario where he will have to live with a female in order to accomplish his ambition. What will he do now?

The Heirs

The Heirs is a film about a group of affluent and privileged high school students who are about to take over their families’ businesses. In this series, Min-ho plays Kim Tan, an heir to the Jeguk Group, a massive Korean business. Kim Won (Choi Jin-hyuk), Kim Tan’s brother, banished him to America to take over the family company. While in the United States, Kim Tan meets and falls in love with Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-Hye). Their relationship had numerous ups and downs while in Korea, particularly in high school. She also has to deal with a love triangle involving Kim Tan (Lee), the Kim family scion, and his rival Choi Young-do (Kim Woo-bin).

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