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10 Leading Men Who Made Us Swoon This Year

2018/11/16 | 1467 views | Permalink | Source

BTS Celebs's OpEd on K-drama leads is here:

Another year of K-dramas is upon us, and that means it's time to reminiscence about the wonderful stars that made this year just a little brighter. From rookies to veterans, these leading men will be unforgettable in the years to come.

Woo Do-hwan

Despite low ratings for his "The Great Seducer" series in his home country, this actor did a wonderful job convincing us that he was a conflicted bad boy. His character Kwon Si-hyeon was probably the envy of many Red Velvet fans.

Lee Sun-kyun

The now iconic Park Dong-hoon instantly became a role model in "My Mister". Lee's portrayal of a heartbroken good guy tugged at everyone's heartstrings.
Jang Ki-yong

Former "My Mister" bad guy transformed into a teddy bear in front of the girl he loved in "Come and Hug Me". His role as detective Chae Do-jin completely erased the bad deeds of his K-drama past.

Jung Hae-in

He instantly became the comfortable boy-next-door in the JTBC/NetFlix series "Pretty Sister Who Buys Me Food". Seo Joon-hee will forever be the perfect boyfriend for many.

Read more: btscelebs.com/2018/11/06/10-leading-men-who-made-us-swoon-this-year

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