Article: Top 10 Korean Drama And Movies Of Choi Woo Shik

Choi Woo Shik is unquestionably a rising star in the South Korean entertainment industry when it comes to talent. His capacity to juggle a variety of roles with ease has made him a beloved figure among Korean and international fans. I'll go over Choi Woo Shik's top 10 recommendations for Korean dramas and films in this piece, which have all helped to fuel his rising notoriety.

1. Our Beloved Summer

In the coming-of-age romantic comedy Our Beloved Summer, Kim Da-mi and Woo-shik play the former lovers Choi Ung and Kook Yeon-soo. The two broke up in high school and vowed never to cross paths again. As faith would have it, the documentary they had made in the past gained popularity. They are currently forced to work together to film another project. Will this expose previously concealed wounds?

2. Parasite

Kim Gi Woo (Choi Woo Shik) is a young man who shares a semi-basement with his family members. The family is poor and unemployed. One day, his friend Min Hyuk informs him that he is departing to pursue his studies abroad and that he should be replaced as the wealthy family's instructor. Gi Woo takes advantage of Yun Gyo's blind faith to hire his other family members since Yun Gyo, the Parks' lady of the house, hires him as a tutor for her daughter.

3. Train To Busan

Woo-shik portrays Yong-guk, a baseball player who travels to Busan with his squad, in this movie. He and cheerleader Jin-hee (Ahn So-hee) are the only members to survive as the sickness begins to spread onboard. Later, at the Daejeon station, the military force that was intended to guard the populace turns on the survivors. Yong-guk makes an effort to defend the group and himself. Woo-shik was seen crying in his final scene before being bitten by an infected Jin-hee. The movie was a hit not only in Korea but globally.

4. Time To Hunt

Korea will have a financial catastrophe soon, and slums will spread. With his family-like companions Jang Ho, Ki Hoon, and Sang-Soo, Jun Seok, released recently from prison, prepares a risky operation for a new life in those locations in a bleak city. The hopes for the future are short-lived, though, as an unknown pursuer soon appears and starts pursuing them to take their life.

5. The Package

This show follows a group of travelers as they traverse Europe. A man traveling alone, a couple who have been together for seven years, an elderly pair of a demanding and whiny husband and his calm wife, and a man traveling with a younger woman were among the seven travelers. San Ma Roo, the lone male traveler, is the most difficult of the four members. Three days before the trip, he and his girlfriend had an argument, and he later left her at the office and went on vacation. When he gets stuck in customs, he is a hassle right away. Surprisingly, So So discovers during the journey that Ma Roo might be her destined partner.

6. Rooftop Prince

In this show, Choi Woo Shik portrays the role of Do Chi San. The plot follows crown Prince Yi Gak, who discovers that he has been transferred to contemporary Seoul from the Joseon Dynasty. When he encounters Hong Se Na, who remarkably resembles his deceased wife, he becomes motivated to unravel the 300-year-old mystery behind her passing. Gak adopts the persona of the young man to stay close to Se Na due to his similarity to the CEO's grandson at the company where she works.

7. The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion

Ja Yoon lost all recollection and managed to flee a government building ten years ago during an unexplainable incident. She doesn't know the name or age of the old couple who take her in. She matures into a talented high school student and enrolls in a nationally broadcast audition program to take home the grand prize and support her financially strapped family. Strange characters begin to enter her life as soon as she appears on television. Along with 'Dr. Baek' and 'Mr. Choi', who has been looking for her since she vanished, a man titled 'Nobleman' (Choi Woo Shik) also frequently wanders around her. Ja Yoon's life is upended as they swiftly flip her seemingly routine existence upside down.

8. Okja

In this Choi Woo Shik plays the role of Kim. The plot revolves around young Mija who has been Okja's caregiver and constant companion at her home in the South Korean mountains for ten blissful years. Okja is a large animal and an even greater buddy. However, that all changes when Okja is taken by family-owned, international company Mirando Corporation and sent to New York, where a CEO with huge plans for Mija's best friend has an image-obsessed and self-promotional CEO. Mija embarks on a rescue operation with no specific plan in mind but with a single-minded goal.

9. Set Me Free

At the group home Isaac's House, Yeong Jae (Choi Woo Shik) resides. He must leave the group when he becomes 17 because of his age, but he does not want to return to his negligent father's care. Yeong Jae presents himself to others as a great student who is considering becoming a monk. He steals and lies to pals covertly. Yeong Jae's father visits him one day. To throw his younger sibling on him, his father tries. Yeong Jae loses it in a fit of rage.

10. Shut Up Family

In this, Choi Woo Shik portrays the role of Yeol Woo Bong. The plot revolves around the Woo family, led by Woo Shin Hye, and the Yeol family, led by Yeol Suk Hwan, the two families featured in the sitcom Shut Up Family. Despite being divorced, Woo Shin Hye and her attractive but stupid kids continue to live luxurious lives thanks to their beauty parlor. Yeol Suk Hwan is a single father to two sons and an intelligent but unattractive daughter who lives in a poor but hardworking home. When Woo Shin Hye and Yeol Suk Hwan decide to get married and their various families quarrel, things start to spiral out of control.