Article: Top 10 Korean Movies And Dramas Of Cha Eun Woo

Cha Eun Woo has dazzled our screens with his alluring presence and exceptional acting abilities. His name is synonymous with talent and charisma. This South Korean actor and singer, best known for being a part of the well-liked boy band ASTRO, has established a reputation as a flexible performer who can easily switch from the big to the small screen. This article will take you on a tour of the top 10 dramas that best demonstrated Cha Eun Woo's remarkable acting talent and cemented his place as a well-liked celebrity in the Korean entertainment industry.

1. True Beauty

It follows the story of Suho (Cha Eun Woo) and Jugyeong, who have traveled far to be together. Jugyeong was always insecure about her looks and, therefore, covers her face with makeup all the time. When Suho gets to know about secret, he comforts and helps her in keeping it a secret. The two gradually start dating and love each other beyond all the odds. Your heart will be set aflutter by the sweet romance, which will keep you entertained. It is one of the best couples to give you some of the most classic moments.

2. My ID Is Gangnam Beauty

The protagonist of this series, Kang Mi Rae, was once taunted because of her appearance. She consequently developed social anxiety, grew careful around others, and withdrew. Mi Rae decides she wants a new beginning free from bullying, so she undergoes plastic surgery to change the appearance of her face. Do Kyung Suk, a middle school friend who is drawn to Kang Mi Rae because he sees people for who they are on the inside rather than the outside, runs into her when she first enrolls in college. As Kyung Suk, who is cold and aloof but nevertheless empathetic, defends Mi Rae when she is nicknamed "Gangnam Beauty" and the target of other insults, she starts to regain her lost confidence.

3. Sweet Revenge

A teenage character named Ho Goo Hee (Kim Hyang Gi) discovers an application that allows him to exact revenge on anyone he writes his name on in the film Sweet Revenge. Cha Eun Woo portrays a gentleman in this drama who is always there for Ho Goo Hee while she is experiencing heartbreak. Cha Eun Woo's presence is still the main draw though he doesn't have much screen time in this drama.

4. Island Part 1& 2

In this, Cha Eun Woo portrays the role of Kang Chan Hyuk. The sole child of the father who oversees the Daehan Group is Won Mi Ho. Due to her self-centered attitude, she commits a crucial misstep that enrages her father and prompts him to decide to exile her to Jeju Island. She gets hired to teach ethics in the high school there. She was unaware that evil could exist unchecked on the island. She meets others on the island, and they form a survival group.

5. Rookie Historian Goo Hae Ryung

The narrative takes place at the start of the nineteenth century. Interning to become a palace historian, Hae Ryung. Women were not permitted to write historical documents at that time, though. In Joseon, where Confucian principles are profoundly ingrained, she takes one step at a time to forge her destiny. She wants to fulfill her academic obligations and show the world that all individuals are equal. The battle between the female palace historians will also be covered in the drama, along with her romance with Prince Yi Rim, who has a secret of his own.

6. My Romantic Some Recipe

One-sided love exists between a college student and a patron of a restaurant. She then takes a stand-up poster of her idol after getting wasted one evening. He appears out of thin air to assist her, teaching her how to cook, ride a bike, charm the other guy, and take better care of herself. Then, just as swiftly as he appeared, he vanished.

7. Decibel

The plot begins when a bomb that reacts to sound is found in the city's core. After the terror attack, which follows an incident that happened in a submarine a year earlier, important people come together to attempt and destroy the device, including a submarine captain, a reporter, and a member of the Defense Security Support Command. The Commander of a Navy submarine is Kang Do Young. He played a significant role in the submarine event that led to the terror attack. Oh Dae Oh is a dedicated journalist. A member of the Defense Security Support Command is Cha Young Han.

8. Hit The Top

In this Eun Woo portrays the role of MJ. Lee Ji Hoon and Choi Woo Seung are childhood friends who are also civil service exam prep students, even though Ji Hoon secretly wants to be a singer and composer. They come across Yoo Hyun Jae one day, a well-liked but troubled member of a well-known idol group from the 1990s who unintentionally went through time from the year 1993 to the year 2017. The tale of passion, love, and camaraderie among 20-somethings working in the entertainment industry begins here.

9. Soul Plate

A drama about ASTRO members, who are angels and are related to Raphael, running a restaurant. They use soul food to comfort and heal customers at their restaurant. In this drama, Cha Eun Woo does not portray any other character but himself.

10. A Good Day To Be A Dog

High school teacher Han Hae Na works alone and has a dark family history. Han Hae Na's family has been cursed for many centuries because of the sin of an ancestor. Anyone who receives a kiss from a member of her family will transform into a dog at midnight for six hours. They then return to their original look. Until that individual kisses the same person while appearing as a dog, this occurs every night. Although they aren't close as coworkers, Han Hae Na accidentally kisses Jin Seo Won one night while intoxicated. Soon, Han Hae Na becomes frightened and persistently approaches Seo Won in an attempt to get another kiss. Jin Seo Won, however, is terrified of dogs.