Article: Top Ten Korean Actors Who Have Sung In Movies and K-dramas

The South Korean entertainment industry poses brutal competition to both actors and singers, forcing them to transcend their limits and stand out as multi-talented personalities. It is one of the main reasons many actors and models begin their careers with intense idol training to cultivate their vocal capabilities. Hence it is not inconceivable for Korean Actors to have an enchanting voice or perform original soundtracks in movies and K-dramas. 

Given below are 10 Korean Actors who have sung in Movies and Kdramas:

1. Kim Go Eun 

Kim Go-Eun is best known for her roles in series like "The King: Eternal Monarch" and "The Goblin." She is a fantastic singer who presented an original soundtrack for her drama "Cheese in the trap." This song, released in 2016, was titled "Attraction." Her fans were mesmerized after hearing her soulful voice. 


2. Park Seo Joon

When it comes to being multi-talented, Park Seo Joon steals the show. He is a capable actor, an extremely skilled model, and the German watch brand Montblanc's brand ambassador. Additionally, he has time and again mesmerized his fans with his soulful voice. The song "Our Tears" from the series "Hwarang" (where he played Moo Myung) is his most renowned OST.


3. Lee Sung Kyung

Lee Sung Kyung's charismatic temperament and charm make her an excellent public figure. She's both a model and an actor who attained popularity after "Weightlifting fairy Kim Bok Joo". Sung Kyung also has a beautiful voice, owing to which she appeared on the show "Masked singer" where netizens highly praised her.


4. Park Shin Hye

Park Shin Hye became a famous actress in the Korean Film industry after she performed in the lead roles for successful series like "Doctors", "The Heirs," "Memories of Alhambra" etc. Surprisingly, she is also an excellent singer and even performed original soundtracks for several dramas, including those in which she had played a role. 


5. Park Jin Joo

Park Jin Joo is quite well-known for playing secondary-lead roles in popular dramas like "While You Were Sleeping" and "It's Okay To Not Be Okay." Being an exemplary singer who can even put an idol to shame, she often performs covers. Some of her popular covers are "Despacito", "Faded" and "Whistle". She even took part in "King of the Masked Singer" and was highly appreciated for her voice.


6. Ji Chang Wook

Ji Chang Wook is a heartthrob in the K-drama industry. However, he initially started his entertainment career with the musical theatre and has garnered plenty of experience in music. He has a soft heavenly voice ideal for background scores and OSTs. 


7. Park Bo Gum

Park Bo-Gum looks like an ideal 'prince charming' because of which he often plays a similar role in series like "Love in Moonlight", "Reply 1988", "Record of Youth". This prince charming also captivated his fans with his outstanding vocal skills while playing on the piano simultaneously.


8. Lee Joon Gi

This 39-year-old celebrity never fails to stun his fans. Lee Joon Gi catapulted towards fame after his performances in the lead roles for series like "Moon Lovers," "Two Weeks", "Lawless Lawyers" and "Flower of Evil". He is a multi-talented artist who loves music and enjoys performing on stage.


9. Kang Ha Neul

Kang Ha-Neul rose to fame after his role in "Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo." However, he had initially made his debut in the Korean entertainment industry through musical theatres. Because of his tremendous vocal capacity, he has also performed several OSTs for popular dramas. Some of the songs are "Angel Eyes" and "Monster". 


10. Lee Min Ho

Whenever Lee Min Ho comes on screen, he steals the spotlight. He has also captured the heart of his young female fans, especially with his performance in "Boys Over Flowers" and "The King: Eternal Monarch". Additionally, he has a deep voice, ideal for singing soulful love songs, enabling him to perform several OSTs for his dramas and release original studio albums.