7 Korean Actors Who Charm Us With Their Deep Voices

7 Korean Actors Who Charm Us With Their Deep Voices

The Korean television and film industry is one of the leaders worldwide in terms of compelling storylines, immaculate production, and of course, gifted actors.

The latter always captivate us with the incredible delivery of their characters, leaving us in awe of their versatile and successful roles. Talent aside, these actors also charm us with their physical traits, and deep voices make the top three of the list every single time.

Here is a selection of Korean actors who charm us with their deep voices.

Yeo Jin Goo

Our first candidate is Yeo Jin Goo. His voice may not have been as deep when he started as a child actor in 2005, but he developed deep vocals as he grew older. His latest works include “Hotel Del Luna” and “Beyond Evil” where you can get to hear more of him. In the meantime, here is a light-hearted interview where you can enjoy Yeo Jin Goo’s charming voice.

Kim Min Jae

Kim Min Jae is quite a popular actor, which luckily means there is a sustainable amount of content that you can enjoy watching while being mesmerized by his incredibly raspy voice. “Dr Romantic” and “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” are but some of his notable works. Check out this segment of Kim Min Jae where his voice noticeably stands out from the rest!

Kim Woo Bin

This star actor catapulted his career to fame with his famous role in “Heirs.” Since then, he has been in many movies and K-dramas with “Uncontrollably Fond” being Kim Woo Bin’s first male lead role in a romance drama. He has been able to capture hearts with his acting skills as well as his deep calming voice that puts anyone who listens to it long enough at ease. Listen to the actor dish about his personal and professional life in this interview.

Lee Soo Hyuk

This model-turned-actor is another one that fits right in this list. His gruff vocals do not go unnoticed, which fans have been acquainted with since his debut in 2010. “Lucky Romance” and “Doom at Your Service” are some of his memorable K-dramas. Allow yourself to be serenaded by Lee Soo Hyuk’s voice in this segment, brought to you by YG Stage’s YouTube channel.

Lee Sun Gyun

If there is a comment this veteran actor always gets on shows and interviews, it’s about his voice without a doubt. His husky voice is basically ASMR material as he leads conversations in a low tone, making it very relaxing to listen. From “Coffee Prince” to “My Mister,” Lee Sun Gyun’s filmography largely speaks for him. Enjoy this fun interview of him with “Weekly Entertainment.”

Lee Dong Wook

Lee Dong Wook has taken us on so many fascinating rides through his dynamic characters, and he is not backing down. With roles in “Goblin,” “Touch Your Heart,” and “Tale of the Nine-Tailed,” the sky is the limit for this well-known actor. His performance is visibly crowned with the haunting depth of his voice, which you can get a glimpse of in the video below.

Lee Byung Hun

Dominating both the domestic and international scene, Lee Byung Hun is an acting powerhouse. His filmography is always thriving with his latest roles to date being “Emergency Declaration” in the film category and “Our Blues” in the K-drama category. His rasping voice was quite present in “Squid Game” where he had a masked role until the very end. Check it out below!

Source: Soompi