The name Lee Jong Suk is indeed familiar to fans of Korean dramas. The actor turned 30 in March 2019, starting his mandatory military service in the same year. During that time, fans won’t get to see his handsome face for two years.
But calm down, before enlisting, the actor prepared a Korean drama for fans to enjoy. These dramas can be consolation and medicine for him to miss up to two years he was absent from the military.
Top best movies of actor Lee Jong Suk
The dramas below are concrete proof that Lee Jong Suk’s acting really needs no doubt. This list of Lee Jong Suk’s dramas is the best drama he’s ever acted in. Curious, which Korean dramas are those? See the full list of Lee Jongsuk’s Korean Dramas! See more biodata this handsome Lee Jong Suk.
Movie School 2013 (2012)
School 2013 is not Lee Jong Suk’s first drama, but thanks to this drama, Lee Jong Suk’s name is increasingly known as an actor. The film, starring Lee Jong Suk, Kim Woo Bin, Jang Nara, and Park Se Young, tells about the problems and dilemmas Korean students face.
Lee Jong Suk plays Go Nam Soon, who is said to have no dreams and no dreams. Besides, Nam Soon is not eager to learn but has a very interesting personality.
Thanks to his acting, Lee Jong suk won his first award as “Best New Actor” at the 2012 KBS Drama Awards. Thanks to the popularity of the drama, the cast was invited to many events. to sue. You can see on the TV show Runningman, Lee Jong Suk and Kim Woo Bin are hilarious guest stars.
Phim I Can Hear Your Voice (2013)
The Korean drama I Can Hear Your Voice has exploded and can be said to be the best drama of 2013. Thanks to this drama, Lee Jong Suk won two awards, namely “Ten Star Award” and “Ten Star Award”. Outstanding Actor” at the 2013 SBS Drama Awards.
I Can Hear Your Voice tells the story of a determined, brave and capable lawyer named Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young). Meanwhile, Park Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk) is a 19-year-old high school student who can read people’s minds. Soo Ha falls in love with Hye Sung.
Movie Pinocchio (2014)
Lee Jong Suk’s 2014 drama “Pinnochio” was successful with an income of about 82.5 billion IDR. This movie stars Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye. Reportedly, they joined the love of location, you know.
Pinocchio tells the story of Ha Myeong (Lee Jong Suk), a very genius person. As a child, his family was destroyed by a fire and Ha Myeong was eventually adopted by In Ha’s grandfather (Park Shin Hye) and renamed Dal Po.
Lee Jong Suk took home various awards, including the “Best Couple” award with Park Shin Hye. No wonder Park Shin Hye is often said to be Lee Jong Suk’s girlfriend.
Phim Doctor Stranger (2014)
Still the same year, Doctor Stranger (Doctor Stranger) is a Korean drama, starring Lee Jong Suk. This time, Lee Jong Suk plays Park Hoon, a heart surgeon with a good career.
Unfortunately, his talent is not really seen because he is an immigrant and lives in North Korea. This drama is the best Korean drama as it is directed by Jin Hyuk, who is also the director of the Korean dramas City Hunter, Master of The Sun to Brilliant Legacy.
Movie W (Two World) (2016)
After a two-year hiatus, Lee Jong Suk’s next film is a Korean drama adapted from a webtoon titled W (Two World). Along with Han Hyo Joo, Lee Jong Suk once again won the “Best Couple” award at the 2016 MBC Drama Award.
Tells the story of Oh Yun Joo (Han Hyo Joo) and Kang Chul (Lee Jong Suk) who love each other but come from two different worlds. Yun Joo is from the real world, while Kang Chul is from the webtoon world. The two must also work together to reveal a murder mystery.
Phim While You Were Sleeping (2017)
Lee Jong Suk’s ability to share chemistry with his co-star was proven once again when he starred in While You Were Sleeping. Apparently Jong Suk received the “Best Couple” award again with Bae Suzy at the 2017 SBS Drama Awards.
It is about a girl named Nam Hong Joo (Bae Suzy) who has the ability to see bad events in the future through dreams. Meanwhile, Lee Jong Suk plays Jung Jae Chan, a prosecutor whose job is to prevent Hong Joo’s dream from coming true.
Romance In A Bonus Book (2019)
In 2019, Lee Jong Suk released the last drama he starred in before enlistment called Romance In A Bonus Book. This time, Lee Jong Suk’s movie is a romantic comedy with Lee Na Young.