2016 saw a slew of good-looking Korean boys dominate television, and now, much to the delight of Filipinos, ABS-CBN has started to bring their dramas right here in the Philippines! Check out the ones we’ll soon be seeing and are sure to keep us glued to our screens!
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Park Bo Gum. This Seoul-born cutie currently stars in Love in the Moonlight as a crown prince who develops an unexpected relationship with a woman, who he believed was a eunuch. In Korea, he’s considered “New Generation Hallyu Star," and “Man of Good Influence,” "Nation's #1 Candidate for Son-in-Law." Oh, and did we mention he hosts, too?
Lee Min Ho. Filipinos fell for him in Boys Over Flowers, and now he’s won over our hearts yet again a reincarnated con artist in Legend of the Blue Sea. The 29-year-old hunk slated to begin his mandatory military service on May 12, 2017 as a public service officer, as reported by ABS-CBN News.
Park Seo-joon. The Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth star has a come a long way since his “I Remember” music video days. Having graduated from the prestigious Seoul Institute of the Arts, the self-confessed introvert has proven time and again that he takes acting VERY seriously. That allure only makes us want more!
Gong Yoo. After starring in the highly acclaimed projects like Coffee Prince and Train to Busan, Gong Yoo returns to the small screen as an immortal protector of souls who sets out to find someone to make his bride, thus ending his immortality. Filipinos can catch this hottie in this highly acclaimed K-drama series, Goblin, which will soon air on ABS-CBN!
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Nam Joo Hyuk. The 23-year-old heartthrob had K-drama fans everywhere swoon with his perfect bone structure and impressive acting chops. Add the on and off screen chemistry with Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo co-star Lee Sung-kyoung, and you’ve got the perfect potion for ultimate kilig feels. And now that the two are an actual, confirmed item, our kilig meters are going over the charts!
Kim Rae-won. Once aspiring to be a basketball player, the 36-year-old actor has found immense success taking on different roles in the world of K-drama, with Doctor Crush among his most recent. There, he portrays a neurosurgeon and mentor to a much younger doctor, played by Park Shin-hye.
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