Boy-next-Door Looking Korean Actors We Want to See in Villain Roles


It’s easy to root for the boy-next-door type in K-dramas, whose quiet attraction, dedication, and kindness eventually win the feminine lead’s heart. The “good boy” persona leaves an enduring impression, from their candy smile and cute sloppiness in love to that endearing awkwardness and little quirks.

Some Korean actors have become well-known for portraying the great man and have tried extra chilly, detached, and charismatic roles. But what if they played a very evil character, and they appear to be if they ventured into the darkish side and discovered another very different function from what they usually painted?, Gossip Chimp posted. 

Boy-next-Door Looking Korean Actors

Here are eight actors who would make villain roles more appealing, according to Soompi

Cha Eun Woo

With his angelic appearance, it’s challenging to imagine Cha Eun Woo playing a villain. He has played roles with a cold and mean exterior, but he is still a nice guy on the inside.

Chae Jong Hyeop

Like Cha Eun Woo, here’s another actor whose star is rising as an emotional performer with enticing looks. Chae Jong Hyeop portrayed a talented and hardworking chef who had a one-sided crush on his childhood friend in “Nevertheless.”

Kim Min Kyu

Kim Min Kyu is a well-known actor who has appeared in several films and dramas. He has played various roles, making him a very talented actor to keep an eye on.

Lee Do Hyun

Lee Do Hyun is another promising actor who could easily take on the weight of a villain role. With his skilled acting, he would make a strenuous character in murder mystery dramas where he plays one of the suspects in a crime.

Yeo Jin Goo

With his pure acting skills and a face that looks like he couldn’t hurt a fly, this child actor has won many hearts. As he got older and assumed more manly roles, he consistently demonstrated that he was more than just a pretty face.

Im Siwan

Im Siwan is a fantastic actor whose innocent appearance belies his ability to transform into a chameleon. He can easily transition from one end of the spectrum to the other.

Kim Soo Hyun

One of the most-watched actors, Kim Soo Hyun has everyone anticipating his next significant role on screen. He has played a slew of memorable characters, all of whom have one thing in common: they make us feel deep emotions in ways that no other actor can.

Choi Woo Shik

Choi Woo Shik is known for playing clumsy, adorkable roles such as Choi Woong in “Our Beloved Summer,” and he makes any character irresistible. He has a relatable and friendly demeanor that lends well to romance, comedy, and drama roles.

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