The name Lee Bo Young is too famous in Korea. The actress, who is also the wife of actor Ji Sung, did not begin her acting career. She started her career in acting in 2003. Before that, she was the winner of the Miss Korea 2000 contest and worked as a model.

Initially, she wanted to become a news presenter, however, it seems that the fate of this mother of two had other plans. Although he tried to pursue a career as a news anchor at MBC’s Annual Recruitment, unfortunately, he never got the chance to work there.

Lee Bo Young

After trying his hand at acting through a role in the movie Escape from Unemployment (2003), he received many offers to play the lead role in a number of TV series. Here are some dramas that brought Lee Bo Young’s name to the acting world. Come on, listen to the end!

Harvest Villa (2010)

  • Release year: 2010
  • Genre: Comedy, Horror
  • Produce: JS Pictures
  • Director: Jo Hyeon Tak
  • Actors: Shin Ha Kyeon, Le Bo Young, Bae Yoon Shil
  • Episodes: 20

This comedy-horror drama is being broadcast on tvN. Lee Bo Young is cast as the character Yeon Seo Rin, an orphaned village girl, innocent and pure. This beautiful girl makes Oh Bok Gyu (Shin Ha Kyeon) flutter.

Bok Gyu is a young actor who doesn’t realize that he inherited a lot from his father. After some time, he heard rumors that his late father had locked bars in a room in his family mansion.

As he tries to track down the death of his deceased father in the mansion, he meets many people who are after his gold. He didn’t trust the people around the mansion. However, when he met Seo Rin, he considered whether he could trust her or not.

The Equator Man (2012)

  • Release year: 2012
  • Genre: Romance
  • Produce: Pan Entertainment
  • Directed by: Kim Young Soo, Han Sang Woo
  • Actors: Uhm Tae Woong, Lee Joon hyeok, Lee Bo Young, Im Jeong Eun
  • Episodes: 20

The Equator Man delivers a film with the nuance of a sad drama and a strong determination for revenge. The main characters in this drama are Kim Seon Woo (Uhm Tae Woong) and Han Ji Won (Lee Bo Young). The two are childhood friends.

Han Ji Won used to be a volunteer reader for the blind. He is currently working as one of the planners at a five-star hotel.

While Seon Woo falls in love with Ji Won, their love story must be thwarted by past feuds and revenge that remains unfinished.

Seoyeong, My Daughter (2012)

  • Release year: 2012
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance, Family
  • Director: So Hyeon Kyeong
  • Actors: Lee Bo Young, Cheon Ho Jin, Lee Sang Yoon, Park Hae Jin
  • Episodes: 50

In this 50-episode drama, Lee Bo Young plays a child who is separated from his father. Seo Young (Lee Bo Young) is a tough kid who always tries to improve the welfare of life. He tries to escape the poverty that has dogged his family.

This drama depicts the side of Seo Yeong, who is persistent and strong in pursuing her dreams. While the other students are on vacation, Seo Yeong chooses to work part-time to cover tuition and living expenses.

One of Seo Yeong’s part-time jobs is as a private tutor for Kang Seong Jae (Lee Jeong Shin). Unexpectedly, his tutor brother was the owner of the motorbike that he took when he went to the airport to visit his mother in the hospital. The motorbike is what connects him to Kang Woo Jae (Lee Sang Yeon).

I Hear Your Voice (2013)

  • Release year: 2013
  • Genre: Drama, Law, Fantasy, Crime
  • Produce: Doremi Entertainment
  • Directed by: Jo Soo Won
  • Actors: Lee Bo Young, Lee Jong Seok, Yoon Sang Hyeon
  • Episodes: 18

Playing alongside younger actors doesn’t make Lee Bo Young weird on screen. Because of the age gap between Lee Jong Seok and him is quite far. However, it turns out that the two balance each other’s roles

Lee Jong Seok plays the character Park Soo Ha really well as a high school boy with the ability to hear other people’s thoughts who is jealous of the woman who saved him in the past.

Little Soo Ha first met Jang Hye Seong (Lee Bo Young) at a trial. Jang Hye Seong herself is an ambitious and money-hungry lawyer. He is very career oriented and has a great track record. In addition, he is a picky person and very confident.

I Hear Your Voice is a fantasy drama filled with tension and mystery surrounding past events. At the heart of the story is the journey of Jang Hye Seong and Park Soo Ha.

The villain in this drama, Min Joon Gook (Jeong Woong In) is announced to be released from prison and chases after Jang Hye Seong for revenge. This is the character that brings terror throughout the film. The audience’s emotions seem to be stirred by the actions of the villain who wants to complete the past grudge that he has harbored for so long.

God’s Gift: 14 Days (2014)

  • Release year: 2014
  • Genre: Horror, Time Travel
  • Produce: Content KY
  • Director: Lee Dong Hoon
  • Actors: Lee Bo Young, Jo Seung Woo, Kim Tae Woo, Kim Yoo Bin
  • Episodes: 16

For her children, a mother is willing to do anything to protect her beloved child. What Lee Bo Young has done in the movie God’s Gift: 14 Days is a testament to the power of a mother’s love.

The plot in the movie God’s Gift: 14 Days revolves around the character Kim Soo Hyeon (Lee Bo Young) traveling 14 days before her son is kidnapped and killed. He was very depressed and depressed when he experienced a terrible incident that happened to his son, Han Saet Byeol (Kim Yoo Bin).

Therefore, he is willing to travel through time to prevent the unfortunate incident that took the life of the daughter he loves.

Whisper (2017)

  • Release year: 2017
  • Genre: Drama, Law, Politics, Romance
  • Produce: Pan Entertainment
  • Director: Myungwon Lee
  • Actors: Lee Bo Young, Lee Sang Yeong, Kwon Yool, Park Se Young
  • Episodes: 17

This is Lee Bo Young’s second film acting alongside Lee Sang Young. Before that, they worked together in a drama project of Seo Young called My Daughter.

This time Lee Bo Young plays a female detective named Shin Young Joo. This drama focuses on Shin Young Joo, who tries to uncover a corruption case involving Taebaek’s law firm.

This case is the biggest one in Korea. Therefore, there are many strategies and obstacles that Shin Young Joo cannot reveal. Fortunately, he was assisted by Lee Dong Joon (Lee Sang Yoon) to solve the case.

Mother (2018)

  • Release year: 2018
  • Genre: Drama, Suspense
  • Produce: The Unicorns
  • Director: Kim Cheol Gyu
  • Actors: Lee Bo Young, Heo Yool, Kee Hye young, Nam Ki Ae, Go Seong Hee
  • Episodes: 16

Mother is a drama directed by Kim Cheol Kyu. This suspenseful drama is written by Jeong Seo Kyeong, who also wrote the scripts for the films The Handmaiden, The Truth Beneath, Thirst and many others.

The drama is about Kang Soo Jin (Lee Bo Young), an elementary school teacher who decides to become the adoptive mother of Kim Hye Na (Heo Yool), one of the students in her class. He did this because he saw that the child had been abused by his biological mother.

At first glance, Hye Na looks like an ordinary girl, cheerful and enthusiastic at school. Meanwhile, however, the teacher notices that something is wrong with Hye Na.

Unable to bear the situation with such a small child, Kang Soo Jin was determined to adopt Hye Na as his child. The road to save Hye Na from her mother’s cruelty was not easy. He has to face many dangers to get Hye Na.

When My Love Bloom (2020)

  • Release year: 2020
  • Genre: Romance, Romance
  • Produce: Studio Dragons
  • Director: Son Jeong Hyeon
  • Actors: Yoo Ji Tae, Lee Bo Young, Park Jin Young, Jeon So Nee
  • Episodes: 16

This film depicts a renewed romance between a man and a woman after 20 years of separation. The two met again when each was over 40 years old and had been through many things.

Yoon Ji Soo (Lee Bo Young) lives as a single working mother. His life cannot be called pleasant. In contrast, Han Jae Hyeon (Yoo Ji Tae) is successful and has a brilliant career.

Both return to the romantic feeling like 20 years ago. Then, they agreed to return to recall the good memories in life as before, even though everything had changed a lot.

Save The Last Dance for Me (2004)

  • Release year: 2004
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Produce: Logo Films
  • Director: Lee Seung Ryeol
  • Actors: Eugene, Jisung, Ryeo Soo Young, Lee Bo young
  • Episodes: 20

Doesn’t match in the movie, but matches in the real world. It’s a picture of Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung. Lee Bo Young first met Jisung in the drama project Save The Last Dance for Me.

In that movie, Jisung became the main character and Lee Bo Young played the supporting role. Lee Bo Young plays Yoon Soo Jin, the fiancee of Kang Hyeon Woo (Jisung).

However, their love story ended because Hyeon Woo liked Ji Eun Soo (Eugene), who took care of him when he was sick and lost his memory.

Save The Last Dance for Me is a drama that tells the story of Hyeon Woo, who lost his memory due to the actions of people who wanted to kill him. After recovering his memory, he turns around and takes revenge on those who were mean to him.

Unfortunately, her engagement story with Soo Jin had to come to an end and Hyeon Woo chased Eun Soo, whom he suddenly left.

Startup (2020)

  • Release year: 2020
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Produce: Studio Dragons
  • Director: Oh Choong Hwan
  • Actors: Bae Suzy, Nam Joo Hyeok, Kim Seon Ho, Kang Ha Na
  • Episodes: 16

The startup has taken the Korean drama world by storm. Especially if there is no controversy over who deserves to be with Seo Dal Mi more, will Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyeok) or Han Ji Pyeong (Kim Seon Ho) know Seo Dal Mi first?

Therefore, in addition to the difference of opinion between the two factions, the audience could not help but be surprised by Lee Bo Young’s appearance in this drama. Yes, this beautiful actress appeared in the TV series Startup. She appeared in episode 10 as a girl Dal Mi met at a pub with outstanding looks. Many people praised Lee Bo Young’s youthful appearance.

In this scene, he is seen approaching Dal Mi, who is frustrated with Do San. With a confident yet friendly demeanor, he approaches Dal Mi and starts a conversation with her.

Startup itself is a drama about people in the startup world. This drama has the main characters Seo Dal Mi (Bae Suzy), Nam Do San (Nam Joo Hyeok) and Han Ji Pyeong (Kim Seon Ho).

So, here are 10 Lee Bo Young ‘s dramas that are said to have brought his name to Korean cinema. The actress is now over 40 years old, still acting effectively. In addition, he and his husband, Jisung also actively participate in charity activities. He and his wife often donate to people in need.

Not only have great acting skills, this couple is often referred to as a match-matching couple. Because in the midst of busyness, the two often show support for each other’s activities.

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