For more than 20 years, Hyun Bin has graced our screens with his flawless acting abilities and endearing charisma. His name is recognized by K-drama fans all over the world. Due to his varied parts in different dramas, this South Korean actor has earned a large following of devoted followers. This article will take you on a thrilling tour of the top 10 theaters that best represent Hyun Bin's extraordinary skill and make an everlasting impression on the Korean entertainment industry.
1. Crash Landing On You
Crash Landing On You is arguably one of the most-watched Korean dramas. It portrays a woman who accidentally lands in North Korea and meets North Korean captain Ri Jeong-Hyok. She tries to flee the law after being discovered by the former captain but is unsuccessful. Ri Jeong-Hyok makes numerous risky sacrifices to assist her in doing this. The drama witnesses some mind-blowing scenes like crossing the border and many more. Their chemistry in the show can no longer be denied, as the couple is officially married.
2. Memories Of The Alhambra
You can read a love tale in Memories of the Alhambra about how a dreamer who has recently experienced betrayal discovers a particular type of love while traveling to Spain for work. Strong-spirited game developer with an engineering degree, Yoo Jin Woo is the CEO of an investing firm. He travels to Granada, Spain, on business and pursues the enigmatic creator of an avant-garde augmented-reality video game after his best buddy betrays him. He eventually checks into a hostel run by Jung Hee Joo. Hee Joo (Park Shin Hye), a former classical musician, relocated to Spain to finish her studies. When her parents die, she takes on a lot of jobs to support herself, including caring for the former hostel. They both become involved in a series of strange and unexpected events.
3. Secret Garden
The drama centers on Gil Ra Im, a poor and modest stuntwoman whose beauty and fitness are wanted by prominent actresses, and Kim Joo Won, an egotistical and eccentric CEO who strives for perfection in appearances. Joo Won and Ra Im meet accidentally when he believes actress Park Chae Rin is Ra Im. This leads to the start of a contentious relationship in which Joo Won struggles to conceal his developing affection for Ra Im. They switch bodies and an odd chain of events, further complicating matters.
4. The Snow Queen
A mathematical prodigy named Tae Woong meets the two people he will love when he is just 17 years old. Both become his true friends and loves, respectively. Kim Jeong Kyu, Tae Woong's best friend and another genius, strives for academic honors. Jeong Kyu kills himself when Tae Woong defeats him in a global math Olympiad. Around the same time, Tae Woong meets a young girl who starts to have feelings for him. The rest of Tae Woong's life is negatively impacted by unfortunate incidents. Tae Woong meets Bo Ra, the little girl he once knew when he was 25 and a third-class boxer, eight years after they first met.
5. My Lovely Sam Soon
Kim Sam Soon is a talented baker who specializes in cakes and pastries. She discovers her lover, Min Hyun Woo, cheating on her on Christmas Eve and ends the relationship. She meets Hyun Jin Hun, the proprietor of the restaurant Bon Appetit, that same evening. By perfect coincidence, Jin Hun needs a baker for his restaurant and Sam Soon is unemployed. The two begin arguing after Sam Soon is hired as the restaurant's head baker.
Lee Chung is a prince of Joseon, but the Qing Dynasty kidnapped him. He likes to drink, hit on women, and gamble. He is a skilled swordsman as well. Lee Young, his elder brother, ascends to the throne and brings Lee Chung to Joseon. After more than ten years, he comes back. Lee Chung will soon encounter nighttime monsters who are crazy.
7. The Negotiation
Ha is summoned to an unnamed location by the agency's chief of police ten days after the tragic event. She is seated in front of a computer monitor in a situation room with high-ranking government, police, and spy agency personnel without being aware of what is happening. A Korean police officer and a journalist have been held prisoner in Bangkok by Min Tae-Gu (Hyun Bin), an arms dealer for a global crime network. Ha was sent there because Min wanted her to be his negotiator. Twelve hours before the deadline, a negotiation over the monitor then starts. Min progressively reveals his actual goals as time goes on.
8. The Point Men
A radical Taliban unit in Afghanistan kidnaps a group of Korean tourists. Jae Ho, one of Korea's most accomplished diplomats, is sent to manage the matter by the Korean government. Once there, he approached the Afghan government for assistance and efforts to release the hostages. Jae Ho's actions, though, are in vain. As a result of his failure, he is forced to collaborate with Dae Sik, a special agent who is knowledgeable about the Middle East. Just as they begin to go in the direction of the Taliban, the first hostage is dead. Since they have nowhere else to turn, the two band together against all odds in a race against time to release the remaining prisoners.
9. A Millionaire's First Love
Kang Jae Kyung is your standard affluent teen. He is haughty, frequents upscale nightclubs, drives sports vehicles, and skips school. He will inherit his grandfather's wealth when he turns eighteen, but there are certain restrictions. He has to change schools and finish his education in the province of Gangwon. He won't be able to use his penthouse, cottage, or credit cards until then. He forfeits everything if he leaves school early or doesn't finish. He will receive 1% of his whole fortune for giving up.
10. Late Autumn
On a weekend release from the jail where she is serving life for manslaughter for killing her violent husband, Anna travels to Seattle to attend her mother's funeral. She meets Hoon on the bus, a "companion for hire" for a lonely elderly woman trying to avoid his client's violent spouse. While spending the day together in Seattle's foggy, autumnal metropolis, both discover something in the other.