Good-looking, seductive, ready to reform at the last minute, the series of “bad boy” characters in K-Dramas Korean screen radiates an attraction not inferior to true heroes. And to be honest, it is just hard to resist these bad boys!
Cha Moo Hyuk – I’m Sorry, I Love You (2004)
Hyuk is definitely the first “bad boy” model of K-Dramas. He was adopted abroad by his biological mother from a young age. Moo Hyuk grew up to be under complicated situations and with specializing in doing illegal things for money.
When he realized he could not live much longer, he returned to Korea to find his mother. Here, he meets Song Eun Cha (Im Soo Jung). The more attached to her, the more Moo Hyuk is determined to pay back.
Moon Jae Shin – Sungkyungkwan Scandal
Moon Jae Shin (Yoo Ah In) is a brave man, quiet and loves Yun Hee (Park Min Young) with all his heart. Jae Shin’s contemplation made the audience unable to take their eyes off him. This is the performance to make Yoo Ah In familiar to the audience.
Moon Tae Sang – When A Man Falls In Love
Song Seung Hyun’s character Han Tae Sang is also the classic “bad boy” in Korean films. Rolling around on the Gypsy to climb up to the leadership position of a gang, Tae Sang made his juniors respect and fear at the same time. But the man always bluntly punishes those who have fallen in love with Seo Mi Do (Shin Se Kyung) and find ways to win her.
Go Bok Dong – Angry Mom
In the movie, Kim Ji Soo plays Go Bok Dong – a grumpy young man. He is hot-tempered, often fighting. But behind the rogue appearances are a vulnerable interior and a painful past.
Wang So – Moon Lovers
Among princes competing for the throne, Wang So (Lee Joon Gi) is unpredictable. After meeting and falling in love with Hae Soo (IU), he seems to have changed his personality. Through Lee Jun Ki’s acting, Wang So appeared to be a man who is both adorable and hateful. Although he is carrying giant responsibility on his shoulders, he still gives Hae Soo his heart.