The Page Koreaboo continues to draw attention to the list of the hot "Male Character" in dramas broadcast from 2010 to 2019.
1. Kim Tak Gu (Yoo Shin Yoon) in King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo (2010)
In the film, the male lead Kim Tak Gu (Yoon Shi Yoon) has a turbulent life when he is the stepchild of a famous group president and is often murdered by his stepmother and younger brother. Despite this, he still retains a good nature, hard work and relentless efforts. Finally, he fulfilled his dream of becoming a good baker. The character Kim Tak Gu is a symbol of rising up against adversity, not afraid of hardships and helping young people have more faith in pursuing their aspirations.
2. Kim Seung Yoo (Park Shi Hoo) in The Princess Man (2011)
The Princess Man is considered the Romeo and Juliet Korean version. And Romeo - Kim Seung Yoo is also the most impressive role in the career of Park Shi Hoo. At the time of the film, the 42-year-old actor moved the audience's heart with the tragic love affair with the enemy's daughter. The close-up moments of Kim Seung Yoo's beauty in a hanbok helped him receive the title of "The most perfect Romeo at the period Joseon"
3. Lee Hwon (Kim Soo Hyun) in The Moon That Embraces The Sun (2012)
When The Moon That Embraces The Sun's crew announced the project, Kim Soo Hyun's role as emperor Lee Hwon caused mixed opinions. However, at the time of filming, his acting ability has completely shattered the doubts of the viewers. Through the actor's performance, Lee Hwon is very popular because he is a brilliant and talented king but still a loyal man with his first love.
4. Park Si On (Joo Won) in Good Doctor (2013)
In 2013, Joo Won exploded with the role of Dr. Park Si On, suffering from a third degree autism and scholarly syndrome. However, he is a genius with memory skills, awareness of the human body. Despite her incredible abilities, Park Si On also has to face many difficulties to become a doctor because of her stigma. Park Si On's character contributes to motivate people with disabilities to overcome prejudices so that they can lead normal lives.
5. Ta Hwan (Ji Chang Wook) in Empress Ki (2014)
Ta Hwan (Ji Chang Wook) is a typical character model in Korean dramas that makes the audience both love and hate. His childishness and love for Ki Seung Nyang (Ha Ji Won) amuses viewers, but his extravagant actions and outrageous jealous attitude make the audience disgusted. However, Ta Hwan's imperfection is the factor that makes this character unique in the history of the small screen of Korea.
6. Ji Sung Joon (Park Seo Joon) in She Was Pretty (2015)
Ji Sung Joon has all the things that an ideal man needs: handsome, attractive, young, rich and successful career. And with the sweet heart he had for his old girlfriend in the movie, Ji Sung Joon quickly made the female fan's heart collapse. In real life, this character also became the standard of choosing a boyfriend of many female viewers at that time
7. Yoo Shi Jin (Song Jong Ki) in Descendants of the Sun (2016)
Captain Yoo Shi Jin's character has created a huge craze across Asia. Over the past 3 years, the image of a military soldier wholeheartedly for his country and his romance with the doctor Kang Mo Yeon (Song Hye Kyo) still left a strong impression on the audience. Many also claim that Yoo Shi Jin has introduced a new concept for the male leads in Korean dramas
8. Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) in Goblin (2017)
Kim Shin is the rare male protagonist who won the hearts of viewers from the beginning to the end. The lonely and immortal goblin Kim Shin went through many miserable lives without a complaint. Kim Shin can be very strong, assertive in all situations but shy and very cute when faced with issues related to emotions. This helped Kim Shin win the hearts of the audience
9. Eugene Choi (Lee Byung Hun) in Mr. Sunshine (2018)
Returning to the small screen after more than 7 years, Lee Byung Hun proved his masterful acting ability as the role of Eugene Choi. Thanks to the father of this one, Captain Eugene's character became alive and wonderful in every segment in Mr. Sunshine. In particular, Engene Choi scenes despite everything because the lover brings even more emotions
10. Hwang Yong Shik (Kang Ha Neul) in When The Camellia Blooms (2019)
He doesn't have the perfect body, he doesn't know how to say sweet words or possesses the ability to m in front of a huge financial situation, but Hwang Yong Shik scored strong points with the small car thanks to his sincere feelings and honest soul. Hwang Yong Shik's thoughts and actions are also considered to have taught many young people about a true love today.