There are K-Drama actors that we persistently come throughout in most important lead roles who often play the nice guys. They’re loveable, charming, good-looking, and are most probably to make anybody fall for the characters they play. Some actors have performed villain roles prior to now, however there are additionally a bunch which have by no means crossed over to the villain aspect. It would undoubtedly be cool to see them taking part in roles which might be extra darkish and mysterious. Here are seven K-Drama actors who we might like to see play a villain of their K-Drama profession.
1. Jung Hae In
Jung Hae In made a robust impression within the K-Drama world earlier on by being often known as having “first love” visuals. His delicate and boyish options gave him a bonus as taking part in the boy-next-door sort characters, which he efficiently achieved! Through all these roles in “Reply 1988” and “Goblin,” Jung Hae In was capable of get his foot within the door and land larger roles.
The closest we’ve seen Jung Hae In come to taking part in a villain position was via the character Captain Yoo Jung Woo in “Prison Playbook.” Although he wasn’t thought-about a villain, he did present some attributes that had been near that of being one, and the best way wherein he did it was so spectacular and left a long-lasting impression. Jung Hae In has additionally talked about in a current interview that he needs to play a villain sooner or later. Let’s hope this occurs quickly!
2. Seo In Guk
Seo In Guk’s skill to immerse himself in each position he takes on has been so pleasantly stunning. Whether it’s the lovestruck highschool pupil in “Reply 1997” or the hilarious chaebol in “Shopping King Louie,” Seo In Guk is ready to give it his all and make viewers consider in his characters.
The closest we’ve seen to Seo In Guk taking part in a villain was when he performed Kim Moo Young within the sequence “The Smile Has Left Your Eyes.” He isn’t the usual villain we’re used to seeing, however his character is untrustworthy initially and it isn’t revealed what sort of previous he has till in direction of the tip of the sequence. The mysterious and darkish aspect of Seo In Guk is so jarring, however he was capable of pull it off. Needless to say, he’d play a fairly scary and convincing villain position in a K-Drama completely!
Catch Seo In Guk within the at the moment airing K-Drama “Doom At Your Service”:
3. Lee Min Ho
We’ve grown accustomed to seeing Lee Min Ho play the robust and swoonworthy male lead in a whole lot of his traditional K-Dramas. From Gu Jun Pyo in “Boys Over Flowers” to the noble and romantic King within the “The King: Eternal Monarch,” Lee Min Ho isn’t any stranger to taking part in the nice man and has confirmed that he does it fairly darn properly.
With this being stated, it could be a nice shock to see Lee Min Ho tackle a job the place he performs a villain. Although it’s an extended shot given his standing and recognition, seeing Lee Min Ho as a ruthless, savage villain can be a refreshing change. Not solely would it not be cool to see him in such a distinct position, however he may very properly pull it off. We bought a glimpse of his savageness within the film “Gangnam Blues” as he performed a gang member, and if he may channel that vitality right into a full out unhealthy man, it could be well worth the watch.
Jung Kyung Ho is thought within the Korean leisure world as being very candy and having a whole lot of aegyo. If you’ve seen any form of behind-the-scenes footage of him when he’s not in character, he’s very beautiful and likes to maintain his workers and crew. It can be a stark distinction for him to play a ruthless villain, however we all know he’s bought it in him.
It’s solely a testomony to how nice of an actor he’s when he talks on the unhealthy boy roles. Most notably, in “Heartless City,” Jung Kyung Ho performed the brutal and savage Jung Shi Hyun. He isn’t a villain, however his demeanor and actions all through a lot of the sequence are villain-like and it solely made us crave him being a full out villain much more. He would utterly be capable of pull off taking part in a villain in a future K-Drama.
Catch Jung Kyung Ho in “Heartless City”:
5. Lee Je Hoon
Lee Je Hoon has been within the recreation for a really very long time. He debuted in 2009 and has received many awards for varied roles. His versatility and eclectic selection in roles have made him the profitable actor he’s. He has proven time and time once more that he can tackle any position that comes his manner.
Lee Je Hoon isn’t any stranger to taking part in the darkish hero position in K-Dramas. Even within the current sequence “Taxi Driver,” Lee Je Hoon performs an ex-secret providers officer who turns into a vigilante taxi driver. And though he has performed a felony within the film “Time To Hunt,” it could be enthralling to see him play a form of psychopath sort villain in a future K-Drama – he may actually do any such position justice!
Start watching him in “Taxi Driver”:
Park Seo Joon is a kind of actors who won’t ever disappoint relating to choosing K-Drama roles. His most well-known K-Dramas have featured him being the charismatic male lead who all of us appear to ultimately fall for. It can be a complete twist of occasions if he had been to tackle a villainous position; a personality who’s psychotic, evil, and chilly. It’s a aspect that Park Seo Joon would be capable of pull off so effortlessly, particularly contemplating his appearing chops!
7. Lee Joon Gi
Lee Joon Gi is certainly good at taking part in the ambiguous most important roles the place you’re unsure whether or not to hate him at first or love him. In his most up-to-date position in “Flower Of Evil,” Lee Joon Gi performed the psychopath craftsman by the title of Baek Hee Sung.
The factor about this position was that Lee Joon Gi was capable of showcase the anomaly and thriller of his character so flawlessly. It additionally made us a believer in his skill to play a psychopath very properly. Seeing Lee Joon Gi in these close-up photographs of his face whereas attempting to really feel any type of emotion gave us chills. We must see him in a full out villain position asap!
Start watching “Flower of Evil”:
Hey Soompiers, which of those actors would you wish to see play a villain in a future K-Drama? Let me know within the feedback beneath!
binahearts is a Soompi author whose final biases are Song Joong Ki and BIGBANG, however has recently been seen obsessing over Hwang In Yeop. Make positive you observe binahearts on Instagram as she journeys via her newest Korean crazes!
Currently watching: “Taxi Driver,” “Imitation,” “Youth Of May,” and “So I Married The Anti-Fan”
All-time favourite dramas: “Secret Garden” and “True Beauty”
Looking ahead to: Won Bin‘s return to the small display
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