5 best dramas of park seo joon and his main lead character
Park seo joon is South Korean popular actor know best for his dramas which he appeared to be the main character lead.
Park seo joon has stole stolen people’s love for his excellent and wonderful acting in all his dramas and movies.
Rettasworld brings you park seo joon best movies which his the main lead character
1. ITAEWON CLASS
An ex-con and his friends fight to make their ambitious dreams for their street bar a reality.
A sprawling underdog story in which a young ex-convict relies on his mad resolve and incredible people skills to rise to the pinnacle of the corporate world – and avenge his father – in just 15 years’ time, the show serves up a mix of flawed but likeable characters, inspirational speeches on chasing your dreams, and a love triangle that for much of the series looks genuinely like it could go either way.
2. WHATS WRONG WITH SECRETARY KIM
Problems arise when a narcissistic executive romances his secretary.
What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim? is a 16 episode kdrama about a vice president and his secretary. Vice President Lee Young Joon has enjoyed the support of trusted secretary Kim Mi So for 9 years. She’s efficient, capable and anticipates his every need in the business arena. One day she announces she’s retiring. Taken aback, Vice President Lee tries to change her mind to no avail. Deciding Secretary Kim cannot quit him, Vice President Lee decides he will win her back. During the process, he falls for her. Will she fall for him?
3. FIGHT FOR MY WAY
Despite an increasingly hostile world, Ko Dongman and Choi Aera decide not to give up. No matter what others say, together they make their own way to live a happy life.
The story starts out with four besties. Along the journey of life, they experienced a lot of disappointment, heartache and the loss of dreams at an early age. Now they muddle through life working jobs like pest control or a greeter at a shopping center. But secretly they want more. Secretly they know their potential remains untapped. As they start to pursue their dreams again, despite the difficulties, their relationships with each other begin to change. We cry as they suffer, cheer as they overcome and swoon as the sweetest romance blossoms.
4. SHE WAS PRETTY
After a complete reversal of fortune and looks, childhood sweethearts reunite for the first time in 15 years as employees at a fashion magazine.
comedy and the laughs, manages to get under your skin in the best way, with its warmth.
Some of my favorite things about She Was Pretty are the heartfelt performances, the lovingly-drawn characters, and the relationships brimming with organic, sparky chemistry. On top of these, the breezy pace and the ear-wormy OST – not to mention the uplifting themes of self-worth and self-love – make this a satisfying, enjoyable watch indeed.
Not perfect by a long shot, but Show gets the important things so right, that it’s hard to be nit-picky.
An elite group of young men called Hwarang discover their passions, love and friendship in the turmoil of the Silla Kingdom.
Jiso has ruled the Kingdom of Silla as regent since King Beopheung died, keeping her young son Sammaekjong hidden outside of the capital Seorabeol and safe from enemies and assassins. As Sammaekjong comes of age, nobles, citizens, officials and Sammaekjong himself have all grown impatient for her to cede power. However the powerful nobles that tried to usurp power in the Kingdom continue to eye the throne and Ji-so fears the consequences of her ceding it.