You've probably seen Kim Go Eun's brilliance and charisma if you love Korean shows. She has become a fan favorite among viewers thanks to her adaptable acting abilities and capacity to give her roles depth. I'll walk you through the top 10 dramas that highlight her remarkable acting talent.
1. King: The Eternal Monarch
The third monarch of his generation and the orderly ruler of Korea, played by Lee Min-Ho, faces difficulties maintaining his focus after the passing of his father. Gon leaves the palace to avoid his responsibilities and unintentionally lands in a parallel universe where he meets Kim's character, police investigator Jeong Tae-Eul. As they pledge to support one another, Jeong Tae-Eul and Gon develop a friendship. Jeong Tae-Eul sponsors Gon by seeking to shut the door between the two worlds, and Gon assists Jeong Tae-Eul by pursuing criminals. The two fall in love with one another as they work to fulfill their responsibilities.
2. Goblin: The Lonely And Great God
In the world of "Goblin," we meet Kim Shin, an immortal goblin burdened with centuries of loneliness. His path crosses with Ji Eun Tak, a young woman who can see ghosts. Their story weaves a spellbinding mix of love, redemption, and the inexorable pull of destiny. With breathtaking cinematography and intricate storytelling, "Goblin" is a fairytale masterpiece. The drama explores themes of immortality, the afterlife, and the enduring power of love, creating a captivating narrative that lingers in the heart.
3. Little Women
It tells the thrilling tale of the sisters as they become involved in a significant occurrence and go up against the wealthiest family in the country. Oh In Joo, the oldest sister, wants to use the money to keep her family safe (Kim Go Eun). Her only hope as she grew up in abject poverty was to live as comfortably as other people, but a significant event dramatically changed her life. The younger sister, Oh In Kyung, is a news reporter who refuses to serve money and strives always to act morally. Oh In Hye, the youngest, is overcome by her older sisters' devotion, who put a lot of effort into it.
4. Yumi's Cell
Although Kim Yoo Mi may seem to be just another working lady in the world, there is something exceptional going on beneath the surface. Yoo Mi's love cells had recently gone through a painful breakup, causing them to lapse into a deep coma. If it weren't for Goo Woong's unexpected presence, Yoo Mi's love cells may have been in serious jeopardy with a still-broken heart and no romantic options. Things between the two become tricky when Yoo Mi's love cells unintentionally resurrect her. Yoo Mi and Goo Woong are finding themselves getting closer as a result of their cells working overtime.
5. Cheese In The Trap
Due to her family's financial struggles, Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun) took a year off from college before returning. Yoo Jung is a senior who is athletic, attractive, achieves high academic standing, is kind-hearted, and has a dark side that is kept hidden. From then on, her life starts to go south, and Hong Seol is almost cheerful Yoo Jung is to blame. So why, a year later, is he suddenly acting so cordial?
6. A Muse
It tells the story of a revered national poet in his 70s, Lee Jeok Yo. His 30-year-old assistant, Seo Ji Woo, recently released his debut book, which has quickly risen to the top of bestseller lists and is dubbed a genre fiction with psychological insight. The extent of his obligation to the poet laureate won't become apparent till later. Jeok Yo is immediately taken when he discovers a young high school student named Eun Gyo dozing off on a chair on his porch. Rather than punishing her for breaking into his property, he then hires her to work as a part-time housekeeper. As Jeok Yo spends more time with Eun Gyo, long-buried emotions come to the surface, and he is inspired by her vivacity, desire for life, and sense of humor.
Jung Geun is a supporter of the campaign for Korean independence. Previously a courtesan for Queen Myeongseong, Seol Hee now actively supports Korean independence after Queen Myeongseong was killed by the Japanese. She transforms into a geisha and wins Ito Hirobumi's approval as the Japanese Resident-General in Korea. Seol Hee goes with him on his journey to Manchuria. Seoul Hee informs Korean independence warrior An Jung Geun about Ito Hirobumi's travel schedule. In support of the Korean independence cause, An Jung Geun decided to assassinate Hirobumi Ito.
8. Tune In For Love
On the same day Yoo Yeol started broadcasting the well-known radio program "Music Album" in 1994, college student Mi Soo met Hyun Woo, who just so happens to stop by the bakery where she works. Up until the harsh truth drives them apart, the program brings them together through ebbs and flows of circumstances brought on by pure accident and necessity. They slowly come into rhythm with one another, similar to the music flowing from the radio. Two people met in 1997 while swapping stories on a radio program during the IMF crisis. They fall in love, but the timing never seems to be exactly right.
9. Sunset In My Hometown
For six years, underground rapper Hak Soo has competed in TV audition programs but has never made it to the finals. He gets a call from his hometown informing him that his father is in the hospital on the day he fails his seventh audition. He goes to Byun San, his hometown, which he hasn't visited since graduating high school, only to discover that his father is trying to bring him back. He promptly returns to Seoul, but upon there, he is mistaken for a phishing scammer and is imprisoned in the sleepy neighborhood of Byun San.
Hye Ji, a high school student with mental scars and a secret, is a troubled adolescent. After being lost for many years, she is abruptly reunited with her grandma, Gye Choon. On Jeju Island, Gye Choon works as a haenyeo (female diver).