Lee Min Ho is one of the biggest names in the Korean Entertainment industry. He is the most followed Korean actor on Instagram with a fan base of a strong 28.8 million followers. For his amazing role in the international hit, ‘Boys Over Flowers”, Lee Min-ho is known as the actor who blew the Hallyu wave across the Korean peninsula. He is one of the biggest sponsors and actors in the business.
LEE MIN HO DRAMAS/MOVIES YOU NEED TO WATCH
BOYS OVER FLOWERS
The K-drama that put his name on Hallyu’s map was Boys Over Flowers, a Korean based series in 2009 of the same name, telling the story of a high school girl from a crossroads of a group of rich and handsome young men called F4. Lee Min Ho plays his leader, Go Jun-Pyo, heir to South Korea’s largest corporation.
The King: Eternal Monarch (2020)
A handsome man on a white horse is the only figure you can see in the fairy tale of every girl. Fortunately, the producers of The King: Eternal Monarch brought this dream to life and reality with Lee Min-ho.
Released and aired in 2020, the series follows the epic journey of Emperor Lee Gon ( played by Lee Min-ho), the king who rules the mythical country of Korea. On his way, he meets and falls in love with detective Jung Tae-eul (Kim Go-eun) who sees the ID card he received as a child at the time of his father’s murder.
Legend Of The BLue Sea (2016)
In this fictional drama, the rebirth of a city official and mermaid couple in Joseon’s time reunited in modern-day Seoul. Lee Min Ho plays Kim Dam Ryeong, the Nobleman’s son since the time of the Joseon era. As a young boy, he meets an attractive Se Hwa (Jun Ji Hyun) who frees him from drowning. These are two crossroads and centuries later, Min Ho is now Heo Joon Jae, a well-spoken man who meets Se-Hwa Shim Cheong doppelganger, and a $ 6 million bracelet on her wrist.
The Heirs (2013)
Based on his films and dramas it seems that Lee Min Ho has the ability to play rich heirs. Also known as The Inheritors, the 2013 drama sees the actor as a wealthy Kim Tan, who will replace a large Korean organization called the Jeguk Group. Exiled to the U.S. by his jealous brother, he meets and soon crosses Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) a normal girl struggling for a better life.