10 Best Movies of Kang Ki Young

Kang Ki Young is currently working for Namoo Actors and is a hard worker. He made his acting debut in 2012 in the film Horse Doctor (2012). Starting from small roles, his face became very familiar because he often participated in many dramas. As an expert in supporting roles, Kang Ki Young still showed his best and received a lot of compliments and love from fans.

Kang Ki Young

He even won several awards for his roles and most of them went to the award for best supporting actor.

Kang Ki Young’s name skyrocketed with the drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” (2022). From that movie, you must be curious what titles he acted in. Here is a list of Kang Ki Young’s best dramas for you!

Extraordinary Attorney Woo

  • Release year 2022
  • Genre Drama
  • Director Yoo In Shik
  • Cast Park Eun Bin Kang Tae Oh

This drama by Kang Ki Young is phenomenal. Broadcast on cable TV is still relatively new, the rating has reached double digits.

This sight is endemic, both in Korea and internationally. Special Lawyer Woo (2022) is about the intelligence of a lawyer named Woo Young Woo living with autism.

Kang Ki Young plays Jung Myung Seok. He is Woo Young Woo’s senior in the office who doubted his abilities, but ended up admiring him.

The character Jung Myung Seok that he takes on is equally remarkable because of his wise and intelligent attitude. Jung Myung Seok is also a teacher who is always with Woo Young Woo.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

  • Release year 2016
  • Genre Comedy , Romance , Sports , Youth
  • Director Nam Sung Woo , Oh Hyun Jong
  • Cast Lee Sung-kyung Nam Joo Hyuk Lee Jae Yoon Kyung Soo Jin

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016) is a romantic comedy that leaves a pleasant impression on viewers who love dramas. The gentle, sweet plot is its strength, not to mention the unforgettable character Kim Bok Joo.

In this movie, Kang Ki Young also plays . The role he plays is named Kim Dae Ho. Kim Dae Ho is Kim Bok Joo’s uncle who works at a restaurant. While working, he also wants to become a part-time actor.

Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo (2016) is about a girl named Kim Bok Joo who dreams of becoming a weightlifter. During his lectures, he met people who made him feel the warmth of love and friendship.


  • Release year 2017
  • Genres Fantasy , Mystery , Science Fiction , Horror
  • Director Nam Ki Hoon , Shin Yong Hwi
  • Cast Choi Jin Hyuk Yoon Hyun Min Lee Yoo Young

Want to see Kang Ki Young act like a crime detective? You have to watch a drama called Tunnel (2017) that aired on OCN and starred Choi Jun Hyuk, Yoon Hyun Min, and Lee Yoo Young. In this drama, actor Kang plays Detective Song Min Ha, who joins Criminal Team 1.

Tunnel (2017) is not an ordinary crime drama because of the fantasy element in the plot. He tells about a mysterious experience of a young detective named Park Gwang Ho living in 1986.

One day, his life took a confusing turn when he went through a tunnel while chasing a serial killer. By the end of the tunnel, you’re already 2016.

What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim

  • Release year 2018
  • Genre Comedy, Romance
  • Director Park Joon Hwa
  • Cast Park Seo Joon Park Min Young

He acted in Kang Ki Young’s next movie with Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young called What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim? (2018). In this office romance-themed drama, Kang plays the role of Park Yoo Sik. He is the Chairman of Yumyung Group, second in the company after Lee Young Joon.

Yoo Sik is not only close with Young Joon professionally but also personally as he is his soul mate. Yoo Sik often gives Young Jun a lot of advice drawn from personal experience, although he himself still cannot forget his ex-wife.

W: Two Worlds

  • Release year 2016
  • Genres Comedy , Fantasy , Romance , Horror
  • Director Jung Dae Yoon
  • Cast Han Hyo Joo Lee Jong Suk

In 2016, Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo co-starred in a romantic, fantasy and horror drama called W: Two Worlds (2016). With 16 episodes, this series brings you interesting things. No wonder after all these years, he’s still popular.

In addition to the main couple overseeing this film, W; Two Worlds (2016) is also supported by many characters, one of which is Kang Ki Young, who plays Kang Suk Beom.

Kang Suk Beom is a second year resident at Myung-sei Hospital and a colleague of Oh Yeon Joo. Yeon Joo is the daughter of a webtoon producer who suddenly entered a two-dimensional world.

I’m Not a Robot

  • Release year 2017
  • Genre Comedy, Romance
  • Director Jung Da Yoon
  • Cast Yoo Seung Ho Chae Soo Bin

He acted in Kang Ki Young’s next movie with Yoo Seung Ho. Although not the main character, the character played by actor Kang is quite important.

Named Hwang Yoo Chul, Kang Ki Young is said to be either Kim Min Kyu’s childhood friend or the character played by Yoo Seung Ho. Unfortunately, as an old friend, Hwang Yoo Chul is not afraid to betray.

Yoo Chul betrayed Min Kyu after the young man’s parents passed away. The competition became fiercer when Min Kyu became the CEO of a rival company.

Min Kyu himself is the largest shareholder in the company. He is an intelligent person, but has difficulty in contacting his fellow humans because he is allergic to direct contact.

Terius Behind Me

  • Release year 2018
  • Genre Action , Comedy , Romance
  • Director Park Sang Hoon , Park Sang Woo
  • Cast So Ji Sub Jung In Sun Son Ho Jun Im Se Mi

For those who like dramas featuring NIS agents in disguise, Terius Behind Me (2018) is definitely one of the popular ones. The humorous story at the beginning of the episode immediately attracted the attention of many viewers.

In this drama, So Ji Sub and Jung In Sun are said to be the main characters. Besides them, other actors and actresses, including Kang Ki Young, also participated. Kang Ki Young plays Kim Sang Ryeol, the only male NIS agent on the team.

Terius Behind Me (2018) tells the story of a single mother named Go Ae Rin who struggles to raise her two children. He is Kim Bon’s neighbor, a man who turns out to be an NIS agent. The two of them are not only neighbors, but also work together to uncover the truth behind a grand conspiracy.

Queen for Seven Days

  • Release year 2017
  • Genres History , Psychological , Politics , Romance
  • Director Lee Jung Sub
  • Cast Park Min Young Yeon Woo Jin Lee Dong Gun

The drama tells the love story between King Jung Jong and Queen Dan Kyung, who ascended the throne and was deposed within a week due to the rivalry of political factions controlling the king’s power. Queen for Seven Days (2017) starring Park Min Young, Yeon Woo Jin, and Lee Dong Gun.

Here Kang Ki Young plays a supporting role named Jo Gwang O. He is a friend of Lee Yeok, one of the main characters of this drama. Lee Yeok or King Jung Jong is played by Yeon Woo Jin. During its broadcast, Queen for Seven Days (2017) achieved decent ratings.

Bring It On, Ghost

  • Release year 2016
  • Genres Comedy , Horror , Romance , Supernatural
  • Director Park Joon Hwa
  • Cast Ok Taecyeon Kim So Hyun Kwon Yool

In Kang Ki Young’s next film, the actor plays Choi Cheon Sang, a 26-year-old third-year physical education student. Cheon Sang is the president of the university’s ghost hunting club called Ghost Net.

Bring It On, Ghost (2016) is about a guy Park Bong Pal who has the ability to see ghosts. He uses his powers to earn money as an exorcist. Bong Pal plans to use the money earned to eliminate his abilities.

One day, Bong Pal meets a student ghost named Kim Hyun Ji. The two quickly become partners in the battle with the ghosts.

At Eighteen

  • Release year 2019
  • Genres Comedy , Comedy , Drama , Romance , Slice of life
  • Director Shim Nayeon
  • Cast Ong Seong Wu Kim Hyang Gi Shin Seung Ho Kang Ki-Young

At Eighteen (2019) is one of Kang Ki Young’s dramas with him as the main character. Here he plays a teacher named Oh Han Gyul.

Grandfather. Oh has a warm personality, cares about her students and is a hard worker. Every day Oh Han Gyul not only deals with students but also the guardians or parents of his students.

At Eighteen (2019) starring Ong Seong Wo, Kim Hyang Gi, Shin Seung Ho and Kang Ki Young. This 16-episode drama follows the life of a transfer student named Jun Woo to a new school. As a victim of bullying, she is traumatized so it is not easy for her to open up to others.

The ten titles above are Kang Ki Young’s films with interesting plots. Not playing many main roles, but even though it’s just a supporting role, Kang Ki Young’s appearance is quite good.

Are there any other dramas of his that you like other than the above titles? Can you recommend via the comment column below?

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