While all members of Girls’ Generation have dabbled in appearing by taking over cameo roles early of their careers, it’s the 4 youngest members who’ve gone full actor-mode and dived proper into thrilling undertaking after thrilling undertaking. These previous few months, particularly, we have been handled to at least one after the opposite of GG-led dramas. And they’ve tackled numerous genres too, so whether or not you’re a SONE or the typical K-Drama lover, there’s certain to be one thing to curiosity you.
So listed here are some dramas from the 4 actor-GGs that will hold you glued to your screens all night time:
“Defendant” is a must-watch for anybody who enjoys the revenge/thriller style, or actually, anybody who enjoys good TV. A number of the drama’s brilliance comes from its two wonderful main males, Ji Sung and Uhm Ki Joon, however Yuri, who performs a protection lawyer, manages to carry her personal in opposition to these two powerhouses. She’s the grounded power on this fast-paced thriller that goes from breaking out of jail to looking down a assassin, and you would inform from her efficiency right here that she was certain to dazzle us with extra nice initiatives to come back.
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“Bossam: Steal the Fate” (2021)
Yuri tackles a historic drama in “Bossam: Steal the Fate,” and by the appears of how properly it did in scores, it was one which was loved by aplenty. (The drama achieved the highest viewership ratings of any drama in MBN historical past). The premise of the present is about bossam, a customary observe within the Joseon period the place widows have been wrapped in blankets and “kidnapped” to be married off to the person who organized for the kidnapping. Things, nevertheless, take an surprising flip when Ba Woo (Jung Il Woo) by accident kidnaps Princess Soo Kyung (Yuri), the widowed daughter of King Gwanghae. If you’re in search of a terrific ensemble forged, an intriguing storyline that units it other than different sageuks, and a slow-burn romance, then you must positively verify this out!
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“Tell Me What You Saw” (2020)
This OCN drama is a suspense thriller about three people on a hunt for a serial killer. The three contains Oh Hyun Jae (Jang Hyuk), a genius profiler who’s an eccentric recluse, Cha Soo Young (Sooyoung) as a rookie detective with a photographic reminiscence, and Hwang Ha Young (Jin Seo Yeon) because the charismatic chief of the Provincial Special Detective Division.
Sooyoung completely holds her personal because the third leg of this charismatic trio. As a plus, the feminine characters on this drama are written with so many layers, it’s only a nice watch by and thru.
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“So I Married the Anti-Fan” (2021)
This internet drama is predicated on a manhwa which has additionally been tailored right into a Chinese movie (coincidentally starring Sooyoung’s labelmate, EXO’s Chanyeol). Sooyoung performs a reporter who’s additionally the No. 1 anti-fan to Choi Tae Joon‘s world-famous idol. The two are approached to film a reality show together, where they slowly get to resolve their misunderstandings and break down the walls they’ve constructed up. It could be a little clichéd at instances, nevertheless it’s a really entertaining, easy-to-digest rom-com, with nice chemistry between the bickering couple. You’ll simply be swept up within the enjoyable of all of it that you simply’ll neglect any worries you could have.
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“Prime Minister and I” (2013)
In this rom-com, Im Yoona performs an avid reporter who doggedly follows Korea’s youngest Prime Minister round, hoping to attain the subsequent huge scoop. However, they quickly discover themselves by accident embroiled in a scandal, which might undoubtedly be a serious hit on the Prime Minister’s political profession. So the one factor that’s left for them to do is… to enter right into a contract marriage.
YoonA’s bubbly persona actually interprets properly into the character of Nam Da Jung, and this light-hearted rom-com is at all times excellent for a breezy, enjoyable watch.
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In a little bit of a coinky-dink, YoonA once more performs a reporter on this new(er) drama of hers, “Hush.” This time, she groups up with the one and solely Hwang Jung Min, who makes his lengthy awaited small-screen comeback after eight years. In this drama, Hwang Jung Min performs a journalist who began out as a staunch protector of justice, however turned disillusioned someplace alongside the way in which. Now, he turns into the mentor to the passionate however pragmatic intern, Lee Ji Soo (YoonA). This is a drama that doesn’t romanticize the bullpen or the typical workplace employee, nevertheless it’s that very rawness that’ll makes it all of the extra real and thought-provoking.
“Bad Thief, Good Thief” (2017)
This drama is barely longer than your common K-Drama, coming in at 50 episodes. But in the event you’re a fan of our maknae Seohyun, then you must positively watch this as she completely shines on this function. In reality, she did so properly she was even awarded the Best New Actress Award on the 2017 MBC Drama Awards.
This is a narrative in regards to the descendants of Korean activists who performed essential roles within the nation’s historical past. Seohyun performs Kang So Joo, a cop-turned-investigator who’s making an attempt to navigate by very muddy, corrupted waters. She’s clever, steadfast in her beliefs, and is aware of easy methods to dish out the ache!
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“Private Lives” (2020)
In “Private Lives,” our by-the-book maknae, who at all times reminds her members to placed on their seatbelts, tackles a personality very completely different from her picture. Here, she performs the function of a con artist who even comes from a household of con artists. One day, she meets Lee Jeong Hwan (Go Kyung Pyo), a person who runs a detective company, and whom she practically marries regardless of barely understanding him. (Emphasis on the “nearly,” however I received’t spoil the main points for you.)
Despite their stellar chemistry, this drama is far, far more than only a love story. There’s a lot motion and plotlines woven all through, you’ll end up simply misplaced in storyline.
Which different GG-led dramas have you ever loved? And which member are you hoping will make the leap into appearing subsequent? Let us know within the feedback under!
Belinda_C is amazed by how a lot they’ve all grown acting-wise! To greater and higher initiatives!
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