List of Good Looking Korean Drama Actors
Some Korean drama actors are so picture perfect. Most of them can only speak Korean language; they can't speak English, Chinese, Japanese or other Asian languages, but they are driving these Asian female fans crazy. Their fans are counted in millions and the numbers are multiplying every day.
Lee Min Ho
This suave and gorgeous looking Lee Min-ho (Hangul: 이민호; Hanja: 李敏鎬, born June 22, 1987) started his career as a model. His role in Korean drama “Boys Before Flowers” or “Boys Over Flowers” (2009) as Gu Jun-pyo, the leader of a group of students known as F4 catapulted him to hallyu star fame. Then in year 2011, he starred in action-hit drama, City Hunter. Both dramas gained huge popularity in Asia, particularly in China, Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore.
For his action role in City Hunter, he learnt traditional Martial art from Philippines called ‘Kali Arnis’ which uses weapon such as sticks, knives and other bladed or improvised weapons for fighting. It also involves weapon-less, hand-to-hand fight, as well as weapon disarming techniques.
A positive thinker, Lee Min-Ho likes to see the beauty and positive side of everything he does in his life. He is grateful of his current achievement, and thinks not of what would happen in the far future. During his free time, he likes to stay at home and plays on his computer. In one of his interviews, he even mentioned about liking to play online games with his fans!
Jang Geun Suk
The man with the killer smile Jang Keun-suk (Hangul: 장근석; Hanja: 張根碩, born 04 August 1987) is best known for playing the role of bandleader Hwang Tae Kyung in the 2009 drama You're Beautiful, and also his role as Kang Mu Gyul in the 2010 romantic comedy series Mary Stayed Out All Night.
Jang Geun Suk loves to laugh whether he is talking to you, the interviewer or at a talk show. Actor since his childhood, he was already famous during his school years. His mother was worried about his studies, so without knowing a word of English, she brought him to a faraway place – New Zealand, where not many people know him, so that he can focus on his studies. It was indeed an intelligent move by his mother, since learning English at younger age is easier than adult. With English-environment exposure, he is able to pick up the English language and has no fear when confronted by any foreigners, a definite plus advantage for his acting career.
He does not like to exercise, so he does not desire to have six pack abs look, like other Korean actors. He likes to keep to his slim body look.
He rejected the role in Boys Over Flower, and played the genius trumpet player in The Beethoven Virus. He thought that was still a wise decision, as he obtained the fame he could have gotten from Boys Over Flower, from the drama You’re Beautiful.
An outspoken guy, Jang is very easy-going and fun to interview with. More story and biography about this good looking Korean actor here :
Kim Hyun Joong
The perfect looking Kim Hyun Joong (Hangul: 김현중, Hanja: 金賢重, born 6 June 1986) is the lead singer of the Korean group called SS501, before acting in the Korean drama, “Boys over Flowers”. Since he started singing as his main career where he gained stardom, he has less confidence when come to acting. However, after a few successful drama series such as “Boys over Flowers”, “Playful Kiss” or “Mischievous Kiss”, his career as a hallyu star catapulted.
Widely known as an idol star, Kim Hyun Joong has been rated as the best looking Korean actor in Korea, China, Japan and a few other countries in Asia. His popularity with girls could be the reason why his current boss, Korean famous celebrity Bae Yong Joon (star of Winter Sonata), signed him to his artiste management company. Bae Yong Joon has been giving him advice on self-management.
Kim often appeared cool, nonchalant, and rarely smiled in the interview. He sees himself to continue his acting career in 10 years time (when he will be 34 years old). However, he feels that he will stop singing by then, as he thinks that he will be a bit too old to dance.
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