Hwarang, WWWSK, & 7 Other Best Park Seo Joon Korean Dramas & Movies

Park seo joon movies and dramas

Park Seo Joon is one of the most handsome, most versatile, and most talented Korean actors and if you’ve watched any of his amazing rom-coms, you’ll see why.

So, I’ve taken the liberty and listed some of his best Korean movies and dramas you totally need to watch if you want to be a mega fan. 

1. Hwarang (2016)

Hwarang

In this historical Korean drama, Park Seo Joon plays Kim Sun Woo who grew up in the countryside and for a long time avoided the capital of Silla. 

But unexpected events bring him there, and he becomes a member of the elite group Hwarang formed by Regent Queen Jiso. 

2. Itaewon Class (2020)

Itaewon class

This time around, Park Seo Joon plays Park Sae Ro Yi who’s incarcerated for attempted harm after his father died in an accident caused by Jang Geun Won, the son of Jangga Group’s founder.

Once he’s released, he opens a pub called “Danbam” in Itaewon and he starts working towards becoming a strong competitor to Jangga Group and taking revenge on all of them.

3. Dream High 2 (2012)

Dream High 2

In Dream High 2, Park Seo Joon plays Lee Si Woo, a high school student with big dreams of becoming a big star in the entertainment world. 

In order to achieve his dream, he joins the Eden Band, but reaching their dreams becomes increasingly challenging for the band as they grapple with the laws surrounding underage performers and their mandatory high school classes. 

You guys, this is an oldie Park Seo Joon Korean drama, but trust me when I say the story is just as amazing and interesting so you’ll love it! 

4. Kill Me, Heal Me (2015)

Kill me heal me kdrama

Park Seo Joon appeared in the supporting role of Oh Ri On, a famous writer, who writes mystery novels under the pseudonym Omega. 

He uses his pen name to find the secrets of rich people, but he soon finds himself in a dilemma when his own adopted sister (who he’s in love with) falls in love with the rich heir Cha Do Hyun, who is suffering from dissociative identity disorder.

5. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim (2018)

Whats Wrong with Secretary Kim kdrama 11

This popular office rom-com stars Park Seo Joon as Lee Young Joon, a self-obsessed boss who believes he’s perfect for his secretary Kim Mi So. 

When Mi So suddenly quits, Young Joon is determined to keep her by his side and this leads to an unexpected love between them.

6. She Was Pretty (2015)

She was pretty

Park Seo Joon plays Sung Hoon, who reunites with his childhood love Kim Hye Jin years later as her handsome boss. 

Hye Jin, insecure about her appearance, enlists her friend Min Ha Ri to pose as her, and there’s soon a love triangle between Sung Hoon, Hye Jin, and Ha Ri.

7. Witch’s Romance (2014)

Witchs Romance

In this drama, Park Seo Joon plays Yoon Dong Ha, a cheerful young man who hides the pain of lost love. 

He then finds solace in the company of Ban Ji Yeon, a 39-year-old reporter left heartbroken by her fiancé who disappeared.

Despite their age difference, their bond evolves into love and I can’t say enough how much his chemistry with Ji Yeon had me squealing.

8. Fight For My Way (2017)

Fight for my way

Park Seo Joon shines as Ko Dong Man, an aspiring Taekwondo fighter who quits after an incident.

The drama then follows Dong Man and his best friend Choi Aera who both pursue their dreams slowly and grow from friends to lovers.

9. The Divine Fury (2019)

Divine fury

In this drama, Park Seo Joon portrays martial artist Yong Hoo, who loses faith in God after a tragedy but gains divine powers after unexpected events. 

With Father Ahn’s guidance, Yong Hoo uses his newfound abilities to combat evil forces.


And that’s a wrap – how many of these Korean movies and dramas starring Park Seo Joon will you give a chance? Let me know in the comments below.

Don’t forget to check out the related posts for even more recommendations from your best actors. 

Sora

I'm the girl for the job if you want amazing drama recommendations (no, really!), OST recs that will leave you deep in your feelings, and genuine drama talk that you can only get from a viewer with lots of biases. I'm always on the lookout for new dramas to watch, so don't hesitate to leave a comment with something you think I'll enjoy and I'll send a reply ASAP. Thanks for visiting!

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