4 Male Idols Are Very Strong Anesthetics In Current Korean Movies, Bad Boys – Good Boys Are All !!
Have you chosen your own male idol yet?
It can be affirmed that since the day the Covid-19 epidemic started raging in Korea until now, it has been a long time since there was a time when many hot movies were released like the present. And although each film exploits a separate topic, there is almost no overlap, but all have one thing in common that every movie has a handsome male lead.
1. Lee Hyun Wook (Mine)
Filming for many years, but it was not until the role of a bad husband in Mine (Owned), that Lee Hyun Wook became a cult name. In the movie, his character was stoned by viewers for his infamy, perversion, and promiscuity, but in real life, the audience fell in love with him because of his handsome appearance and cheerful and sociable personality.
2. Seo In Guk (Doom At Your Service 2021)
Although it is not favored to air at prime time on weekends like Mine, Doom At Your Service 2021 is still worthy of tvN’s trump card at the moment when it receives a lot of attention from international audiences. In the film, in addition to the ageless beauty Park Bo Young, the audience is also fascinated by “bad boy” Seo In Guk – who plays the destroyer Kim Sa Ram.
3. Jang Ki Yong (My Roommate Is a Gumiho)
Although it has only aired the first two episodes, My Roommate Is a Gumiho has caused a fever on social networks. Although not as viral as the female lead Hyeri with a series of humorous expressions, the male lead Jang Ki Yong still causes a fever in his own way: beautiful in every frame. In the movie, Jang Ki Yong plays a fox rescuer who accidentally loses a fox energy ball and is forced to live in the same house with a clumsy girl who swallowed his orb.
4. Lee Do Hyun (Youth Of May)
Youth Of May – a film with a youthful aftertaste, full of nostalgia is also currently one of the most noticeable works on the Korean screen. This is the film that marks the return of the young male god Lee Do Hyun after a series of resounding successes. With “Youth Of May”, Lee Do Hyun is highly appreciated not only for his acting but also for his appearance that suits a work that exploits the story of the 80s of the last century.