Our favourite Lee-Min-Hoo K-Dramas
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Our favourite Lee-Min-Hoo K-Dramas

His show 'Boys Over Flowers' is known to have brought the Hallyu wave beyond Korea.

Our favourite Lee-Min-Hoo K-Dramas

The charms of our favourite Korean actor Gun jun Pyo or Jun Ji-Hyun are simply irresistible. He is also one of the highest-paid actors in South Korea. His show 'Boys Over Flowers' is known to have brought the Hallyu wave beyond Korea.

Min-ho's talent was recognised when he was given the Best New Actor title at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards. Also, the Madame Tussauds museum has his waxed figure, the only actor from South Korea. Let's have a look at the dramas of our favourite Prince Charming.

Boys Over Flowers

This show was officially a gateway to him for many K-dramas fans. Lee-Min-Ho rose to a massive fandom from this drama. The story starts with Geum Jan Di, a shy young woman who works at her parents' dry cleaning shop. She ends up in a prominent high school after an incident, where she meets the F4. Even teachers don't speak back to four wealthy, arrogant, and attractive people who run the institution. Jan di confronts the leader and is chastised by him for her impolite behaviour. Will she be able to stay in that school despite the bullying, or will she drop out?

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Personal Taste

The 2010 rom-com series is an underrated show of Lee-Min-Ho. The drama features a unique plot that focuses on romance. Jeon Jin Ho is an architect, and when his father passed away, his home was taken by his father's partner. His major ambition is to reclaim his home. When he receives a new project that will assist him in achieving his aim, he finds himself in a situation where he must live with a girl to achieve his goal. What is he going to do?

The Heirs

The Heirs depicts a group of wealthy and privileged high school teenagers as they prepare to take over their families' enterprises. Min-ho plays Kim Tan, an heir to the Jeguk Group, a huge Korean corporation, in this series. Kim Tan's brother, Kim Won (Choi Jin-hyuk), exiled him to America to take over the family business. Kim Tan meets and falls in love with Cha Eun-sang while in the United States (Park Shin-Hye. While in Korea, especially in high school, their relationship goes through many ups and downs. She also faces a love triangle involving the Kim family scion Kim Tan (Lee) and his nemesis Choi Young-do (Kim Woo-bin).

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The Legend of the Blue Sea

The Tradition of the Blue Sea is based on a 17th-century Joseon dynasty legend about a fisherman who captures and releases a mermaid. It is set in two time periods. During the Joseon dynasty, there was a tragic love story between a mermaid (Jun Ji-Hyun) and a nobleman (Lee). The couple's rebirth has her as a mermaid and him as a con artist in current times. Although their destiny is intricately linked, will they be able to live happily ever after?

The King: Eternal Monarch

A picture of a lovely man riding a white horse can be found in every girl's fairytale fantasy. Fortunately, Min-ho has been brought to life by the producers of The King: Eternal Monarch. The series, which premiered in 2020, follows Emperor Lee Gon (Min-ho), the king of the fabled land of Corea, on a mind-boggling time odyssey. He meets and falls in love with investigator Jung Tae-eul (Kim Go-Eun) throughout his voyage, whom he recognises from an identification card he received as a child before his father's assassination.