Article: Top 10 Best Cameos In K-Drama That Shouldn’t Be Missed

The unexpected appearance of a favorite star on their favorite shows and in their favorite on-screen roles is usually an exceptional pleasure for long-time K-drama fans. It always a great delight to see an actor you've admired from another project, or perhaps a whole K-pop group, acting in a small part for a few minutes while randomly performing like they'renot incredibly well-known. Cameos in K-dramas frequently have a background that viewers may appreciate. Perhapsthe cameo actors are friends with the drama's main cast in real life, or possibly they replaying parts they previously played in a well-liked drama. There's a chance they ll breachthe fourth wall with a funny inside joke that only the insiders will get. So, let’s talk about the top 10 best cameos in K-Drama that shouldn’t be missed.

1. Gong Yoo In Squid Game

It is one of the many intriguing elements of Squid Game to look forward to the character depicted by Guardian: The Lonely and Great God and Train to Busan actor Gong Yoo.When they chose this actor to play the enigmatic game recruiter who served as the show bookend and inspired abundant forehead-slapping memes online, the shows creators were aware of the charisma the guy possessed. Considering that such a fantastic scene deserves a performer of such caliber as Gong Yoo, it was the ideal choice. The part where Gong Yoo made an appearance quickly went viral.

2. Kim Soo Hyun In Crash Landing On You

It would be wrong not to include Kim Soo Hyun, an A-lister in K-dramas and one of the  highest-paid performers in the business, from his most memorable cameo appearance to date. Crash Landing on You, the k-drama that made millions swoon and turns into K-drama addicts, features Kim as North Korean spy Won Ryu-hwan from the 2013 comedy-drama Secretly, Greatly disguised as a village idiot.The five North Korean agents who reached Seoul to find Captain Ri were astonished by his buffoonish behavior, sporting his trademark bowl haircut and a green tracksuit as he kindly advised them to look for him before merrily skipping off into the distance.

3. Lee Jong Suk In Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

In the Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo, Lee Jong Suk makes a fleeting appearance in a2016 popular drama. The W and While You Were Sleeping, who also starred in Pinocchio, showed up as a patron at Bok-chicken Joo father business. He even recognizes her uncle, portrayed by Kang Ki Young, who also starred in W. There was a tremendous outrage among Jong Suk's savvy followers when he grabbed Ki Young wrist and remarked, Haven't I seen you before?

4. Park Bo Gum In Itaewon Class

Our tiny hearts can hardly stand when we see a gorgeous and radiant Park Bo-gum in slow motion in the last episode of Itaewon Class. As the ambitious chef for Kwon NaRa new restaurant, Park Bo Gum, a 1988 actor, made an appearance. Bo Gum sability to seize everyone attention in two minutes is evident in their quiet yet dramatic conversations.

5. Lee Joon Gi In Hotel Del Luna

Hotel del Luna, IU supernatural drama, reunites IU and Lee Joon Gi after their hochemistry in Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo in 2016. Lee makes a brief appearanc as a priest who conducts an exorcism, much to the chagrin of IU character, who gifted him the power to see ghosts in the hopes that he would join her hotel but found that he became fixated with tracking down harmful spirits instead.

6. Suzy Bae In My Love From The Star

Suzy Bae had a memorable cameo in the 2014 SBS drama My Love from the Star, starring Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun. Following their leading roles in Dream High in2011, we were all Kim Soo Hyun and Suzy fans. We're glad that her visit was quick enough to elicit a few hearty chuckles and ultimately force the two argumentative protagonists to express their emotions for one another.

7. Park Seo Joon In Record Of Youth

Park Seo Joon thanks Park Bo-gum for making an appearance in his drama Itae won Class by making a cameo appearance in the PBG show Record of Youth as a well-known actor who presents Park Bo Gum's character with the Best Actor award. Both actors engage in some backstage banter as part of their character. In real life, both actors are friends!

8. Lee Dong Wook In Search: Www

What would you do if your ex suddenly materialized in front of you as the elevator doors slid open? You might be able to manage it as Im Soo Jung did in Search: WWW. But what if Lee Dong Wook had been that ex? Lee Dong Wook has a two-minute cameo,but boy does he make the most of it, utilizing the entirety of his moment to look piercingly into our heroine's heart. What was she consider ingwhen she decided not to wed him?

9. Lee Sung Kyung And Yoon Kyun Sang In While You Were Sleeping

As a reciprocal gesture for Lee Jong Suk's appearance in her drama, Lee Sung Kyung returned the favor with Yoon Kyun Sang, a mutual friend of theirs. The two portray a couple who, by coincidence, are out on a date at the exact time as Lee Jong Suk and Suzy in While You Were Sleeping. They disturb the quiet by taking photos in identical costumes and cooing loudly at each other. With pouting peace signs for his terrible selfies, Lee Jong Suk can only watch in thinly veiled envy as he attempts to compete.

10. Kwak Dong Yeon In It’s Okay To Not Be Okay

Kwak Dong Yeon provided us with an equally odd and unforgettable appearance in It Okay To Not Be Okay, when he played Kwon Ki-do, a mental patient, before his incredible performance in Vincenzo. He flashes Ko Moon-young, who laughs at his little weenie while wearing a trench coat with nothing underneath, and has a crazy expression in his eyes before running wild during his father's political campaign event. His performance was memorable and frantic with a hint of melancholy.