Comeback with the Pachinko Series! These are 5 other popular Lee Min Ho dramas, some are broadcast on Netflix


Who already misses the handsome actor Lee Min Ho? Yup, this actor with dimples will soon make a comeback in 2022 through the Pachinko series, you know. In the series, Lee Min Ho will play the role of Koh Han Su.

After a long hiatus from acting, now fans are looking forward to Lee Min Ho's return to the small screen. While waiting for Pachinko to air, check out the 5 popular dramas played by Lee Min Ho below, let's go!

Personal Taste (2010)

The first Lee Min Ho drama that you can watch from Lee Min Ho is Personal Taste. Through this drama, Lee Min Ho plays Jeon Jin Ho, an architect who tries to maintain his small company in a fair way. One day, he moved to Sanggojae to study the area for a project.

When he wants to rent a place in Sanggojae, Jeon Jin Ho makes a misunderstanding with a woman named Park Kae In (Son Ye Jin) which makes the woman think that Jin Ho is a same-sex lover.

They decide to live together for the sake of each other, until Jin Ho is determined to change Kae In's 'messy' and careless behavior. Meanwhile, Kae In agrees to live with the man because he thinks Jin Ho doesn't like women.

City Hunter (2013)

Furthermore, Lee Min Ho also became the main role in the popular drakor City Hunter. He plays the role of Lee Yoon Sung or his pseudonym Poochai. Yoon Sung is an MIT graduate who allows him to work in the presidential palace of South Korea, in order to realize his revenge to find the killer of his father first.

While working at the presidential palace, he meets a female bodyguard named Kim Na Na (Park Min Young), who is later able to make Yoon Sung fall in love. Na Na herself does not know Yoon Sung's true identity, where Yoon Sung is known as the 'City Hunter'.

In order to realize their respective missions, they are often united in a work mission to protect the president and his daughter.

The Heirs (2013)

Again amaze the fans, Lee Min Ho appeared as a teenage schoolboy in The Heirs. He plays Kim Tan, one of the potential heirs to the Jeguk group, even though he is not the 'legitimate' child of his father.

Initially, Kim Tan lived in America and already had a fiancé named Rachel Yoo (Kim Ji Won). However, Tan decides to return to school in Korea, and he meets Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye).

Tan knows Eun Sang as a woman he helped in America, as well as a schoolmate in Korea. It turns out, Eun Sang is also the daughter of the worker who has worked at Tan's house all this time.

Getting to know Eun Sang more, Tan falls in love with him, especially when Tan's former best friend, Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) tries to snatch Eun Sang to disturb the peace of Tan's life. For those of you who haven't watched The Heirs, you can watch it on Netflix, right!

Legend of The Blue Sea (2016)

The drama, starring Lee Min Ho with Jun Ji Hyun, has become one of the most successful dramas as well as being in demand by fans, even reaching a rating of up to 21%. Carrying fantasy and romantic-comedy themes, Lee Min Ho plays Heo Joon Jae and Kim Dam Ryeong, two characters from modern times and the Joseon dynasty.

Kim Dam Ryeong, is the leader in the city and the son of a judge in the Joseon era. As a child, he met a mermaid and named her Se Hwa, which was also the name of his late younger sister.

Meanwhile, Joon Jae in modern life is a man who 'tricks' high-class conglomerate families into living himself in luxury. He meets Shim Cheong (Jun Ji Hyun), a mermaid who later makes Joon Jae fall in love with her. His life in the present also has something to do with the figure of Kim Dam Ryeong in the past.

The King: Eternal Monarch (2020)

After completing his mandatory military service, Lee Min Ho made a comeback with a drama titled The King: Eternal Monarch. Increasingly exuding his charm, he plays the role of King Lee Gon of the Kingdom of Corea.

When he was young, Lee Gon was saved by a policeman named Jeong Tae Eul (Kim Go Eun), whom Lee Gon knew his name from on an ID card. Growing up, Lee Gon finds a way to meet Jeong Tae Eul through a mysterious gate to the Republic of Korea. It was then, he realized that there was a parallel world that separated him and Tae Eul.

At first, Tae Eul was suspicious of Lee Gon's presence, especially his clothes which showed that he was from another world, especially when riding a horse in the middle of modern Seoul.

Gradually, Tae Eul begins to melt with Lee Gon who always follows his presence. However, the conflict is further revealed when past events come back to haunt Lee Gon and Tae Eul, especially the ambition of Lee Gon's uncle, Lee Lim (Lee Jung Jin) who wants to become King and kill Lee Gon.

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