Top 8 Dramas To Watch If You’re Want To Watch More Kim Seon Ho After “Start-Up”

Top 8 Dramas To Watch If You’re Want To Watch More Kim Seon Ho After “Start-Up”

K-drama fans are so familiar with the second lead syndrome, that agonizing feeling when the character you’re rooting for doesn’t end up with the lead. Many second leads have come and gone, but lately, no one has ever got viewers’ hearts so much like Kim Seon Ho, who is still being talked about even after the end of “Start-Up.”

Kim Seon Ho’s Instagram followers, to the time of writing, is 3.2 million and increasing. The hashtag #KimSeonHo3Mparty become trendy on Twitter on December 5, all of which was a result of his sudden surge in popularity thanks to his role as Han Ji Pyeong, a feisty, intelligent, sharp-tongued businessman with a heart. His dreamy eyes, adorable dimples, incredible fashion sense, and his combination of clumsiness and intense determination when it comes to love made him so lovely and capture a lot of love from fans.” Many jumped on team “Good Boy,” Han Ji Pyeong’s given the nickname, who embodied the ideal on-screen boyfriend. Still can’t get enough of Kim Seon Ho? Here are other dramas where you can catch him:

“Find Me in Your Memory”

This is already a highly-recommended romance drama that you should watch, but there’s one more reason to watch “Find Me in Your Memory.” You’ll find Kim Seon Ho starring as a cameo as Seo Kwang Jin, an actor and friend of actress Yeo Ha Jin (Moon Ga Young), who was later embroiled in a dating scandal with her. His appearance might be short, but it can’t be denied that he has that star quality that enabled him to play a famous celeb!

“Welcome to Waikiki 2”

Kim Seon Ho has quite a history with Moon Ga Young onscreen because they first starred together in “Welcome to Waikiki 2.” Only this time, you’ll get to watch a different side of the usually cool, suave Kim Seon Ho. He plays Cha Woo Sik, Lee Joon Ki’s (Lee Yi Kyung) high school friend who is down because he's so unlucky. After making a flashy yet failed debut as an idol, he becomes an aspiring singer who teaches singing classes and performs at weddings. Sounds interesting right? In one hilarious scene, Woo Sik experiences a mental breakdown and loses his mind after Han Soo Yeon (Moon Ga Young) sings terribly off-key during a duet with him!

“Catch the Ghost”

Here’s a drama that can express more of Kim Seon Ho’s capability as a lead actor. Yoo Ryung (Moon Geun Young) and Go Ji Seok (Kim Seon Ho) are complete opposites when it comes to work and personalities. He’s a people-pleaser and by-the-book kind of guy, but his world is turned upside down because of her strange ability and out-of-this-world situation. But as they say, “the more you hate, the more you love!” The more these two fight and bicker, the more they feel the chemistry between them!

“100 Days My Prince”

Even before he became super popular, Kim Seon Ho already had the shine of royalty and a scholar. In “100 Days My Prince,” he plays Jung Jae Yoon, a magistrate, and advisor to the Crown Prince (EXO’s D.O.). Jung Jae Yoon suffers from “face blindness,” and the only face that he can realize is his one true love Hong Shim. Just a little warning though, you might get another case of second lead syndrome when you watch this!

“You Drive Me Crazy”

Can longtime friends become lovers? This drama will give you all the feels as it takes you on a journey of pain, excitement, confusion, and heart-thumping situations of romantic love and friendship. The drama’s main concept is “love that blooms in our everyday lives.” But seriously, would you really want to stay “just friends” with Kim Seon Ho?

“Two Cops”

We’re pretty much used to seeing Kim Seon Ho play the good guy role, but do you curious about how he’d look in an “evil” role? In “Two Cops,” he plays a con-artist whose soul inhabits the body of a police detective (Jo Jung Suk) who would do everything for justice! He makes a living as a small-time swindler until a bizarre happening switches his soul with a completely different person. Here he struggles to do what’s right while falling in love with a beautiful and sassy reporter (played by Hyeri).

“Strongest Deliveryman”

Everyone has to start somewhere, even from the bottom. If you like success stories with an inspirational message, then this one’s for you. Kim Seon Ho plays Oh Jin Gyu, the harsh-talking, a cheerful yet sometimes whiny friend of Choi Gang Soo (Go Kyung Pyo). He acts mean towards Lee Dan Ah (Chae Soo Bin) but deep inside he just does not know how to express his feelings for her.

“Good Manager”

Though he may be considered a pro because he’s performed in theater, Kim Seon Ho’s pretty new on TV. His first drama debut was through “Good Manager,” a witty office comedy starring Namgoong Min. Unlike the dashing big-time investor/director that he portrays in “Start-Up,” here, he plays an office staff member with a bowl-cut that gets bossed around. Talk about a reversal of roles!

Bonus: “2 Days & 1 Night Season 4”

This show is not a K-drama, but you can watch more of Kim Seon Ho on this! Here, he gets to come out of his safe zone and complete odd missions together with the cast. Proving that he’s more than just a handsome guy and a good actor, he’s also got perfect comedic timing and an outgoing personality. It’s full of laughs and adorable moments so be sure to watch!