Top 10 Most Popular Films Starring Lee Min-ho

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Lee Min-ho rose to international prominence as Gu Jun-pyo in Boys Over Flowers (2009), earning him the Best New Actor award at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards. Television series' success established him as a top Hallyu star, and he is the most followed South Korean actor on social media. In this article, Toplist will introduce the most famous films starring Lee Min-ho that you may know!

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Boys Over Flowers

Boys Over Flower follows the journey of a rich spoiled guy and a poor girl as they come to terms with their feelings for each other. This journey also changes the rich and spoiled man into a nice person. You can imagine him as a spoiled man who, through love, transforms into a nice human. The story is also about four friends' friendship and their journey to find love and success. Although the drama has some flaws, it is still a popular Korean drama.


Boys Over Flower is one of those K-dramas produced in various Asian languages that are evident for its famous. Lee Min-ho, Koo Hye-sun, Kim Hyun-joong, and Kim Bum play important roles in Boys Over Flowers. This is one of Lee Min Ho's Netflix dramas.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Jeon Ki-sang
Starring: Ku Hye-sun, Lee Min-ho, Kim Hyun-joong, Kim Bum

Release date: January 5, 2009

No. of episodes: 25

Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers
Boys Over Flowers
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The Heirs

The Heirs is about class differences, and there is a love story between a rich man and a poor girl, played by Lee Min Ho and Park Shin-hye. There is also a love triangle in the drama, and the story is beautiful in terms of various character developments. Heirs featured a slew of well-known actors in key roles.

The film follows a group of affluent, privileged high school students as they prepare to take over their families' business empires, overcoming obstacles and growing along the way. Kim Tan (Lee Min-ho) is a wealthy heir to the Jeguk Group conglomerate. While in the United States, he meets Cha Eun-sang (Park Shin-hye), who has traveled there in search of her sister. Despite the fact that she is engaged to Yoo Rachel (Kim Ji-won), another heiress, Kim Tan, falls in love with Eun-sang. When Kim Tan returns to Korea, his former best friend turned foe Choi Young-do (Kim Woo-bin) begins picking on Eun-sang in order to annoy Tan. When Young-do falls in love with Eun-sang, Kim Tan is forced to choose between his family's business and love.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Kang Shin-hyo, Boo Sung-chul

Starring: Lee Min-ho, Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin

Release date: October 9, 2013

No. of episodes: 20

The Heirs
The Heirs
The Heirs
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The Legend of the Blue Sea

The Legend of the Blue Sea is another of Lee Min Ho's dramas that is unique in its content, if not one of the most unique dramas in the Korean drama industry. A mermaid and a human fall in love in this story. If you like fantasy love stories, this is the one for you. It tells the story of a mermaid's survival in the human world after she loses her lover as well as a beautiful love story.


This drama tells the love story of a con artist and a mermaid who travels across the ocean to find him, based on a classic Joseon legend from Korea's first collection of unofficial historical tales about a fisherman who captures and releases a mermaid. Shim Cheong (Jun Ji-hyun), a mermaid, and Heo Joon-jae (Lee Min-ho), a witty con artist, are the main characters in the series. Their story is juxtaposed with the parallel story of their Joseon-era incarnations, the mermaid, Se-hwa, and town head, Kim Dam-ryeong, focusing on rebirth, fate, and unrequited love.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Jin Hyuk, Park Seon-Ho

Starring: Jun Ji-hyun, Lee Min-ho

Release date: November 16, 2016

No. of episodes: 20 + 1 special

Legend of the Blue Sea
Legend of the Blue Sea
Legend of the Blue Sea
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Personal Taste

Personal Taste is a 2010 South Korean drama played by Lee Min-ho, based on a novel of the same name. Lee Min Ho's drama is about a couple who live together and the girl suspects the boy is gay. The girl is heartbroken from her previous relationship and does not want to be near any man, so the man, played by Lee Min-ho, pretends to be gay in order to live in that house.


Jin-ho (Lee Min-ho) tells Kae-in (Son Ye-jin) after they begin living together that she is unhappy solely because of herself and the lack of concreteness in her personality. He then encourages and assists her in transforming from a slob to a more confident and strong-willed version of herself. He can't stand it when something bad happens to the girl, and he gradually falls in love with her. During the transformation and the revelation of hidden truths, Kae-in and Jin-ho begin to develop feelings for each other, which they constantly deny.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Son Hyung-suk, Noh Jong-chan

Starring: Son Ye-jin, Lee Min-ho

Release date: March 31, 2010

No. of episodes: 16

Personal Taste
Personal Taste
Personal Taste
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City Hunter

City Hunter is a 2011 South Korean television drama based on Tsukasa Hojo's Japanese manga series of the same name. This Korean drama by Lee Min Ho involves dirty politics in which a man kidnaps a child (played by Lee Min Ho) for his own benefit, and attempts to use him against the country's well-being by manipulating the truth.


Since 1983, each member of the Council has amassed significant wealth and political power and is involved in various levels of corruption. The conflict between Jin-Pyo (Kim Sang-joong) and Yoon-sung (Lee Min-ho) stems primarily from Jin-Pyo's desire to murder each official and Yoon-sung's desire to teach a lesson and expose their corruption without killing them. As Yoon-sung exposes the corruption of the officials, the Korean people sense an unseen force of justice that they dub "City Hunter".


Detailed information:

Directed by: Jin Hyuk
Starring: Lee Min-ho, Park Min-young, Kim Sang-joong

Release date: 25 May 2011

No. of episodes: 20

City Hunter
City Hunter
City Hunter
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Faith

The drama Faith is also known as The Great Doctor. The lead actors in the K-drama Faith are Lee Min-Ho and Ki Hee-sun. It is a mash-up of the modern and historical worlds in which a man from the past enters the modern world and kidnaps a female plastic surgeon. At first, the doctor refuses to accept it and attempts to flee. However, there is no way out because the door to the present has been closed. She gradually accepts her fate.


There have been numerous plots for the throne in the past. People are attempting to assassinate the King, and the character of Lee Min-ho, along with a group of people, fights against these traitors. While living in the caves, the plastic surgeon helps people and falls in love with Choi Young (Lee Min-ho's character). She eventually returns to her world, but she frequently visits the past world, where she meets her lover, played by Lee Min Ho.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Kim Jong-hak, Shin Yong-hwi
Starring: Lee Min-ho, Kim Hee-sun

Release: 13 August 2012

No. of episodes: 24

Faith
Faith
Faith
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Pachinko

Pachinko is one of Lee Min Ho's Korean dramas set during a period when the Japanese dominated Korea. Lee Min Ho plays Koh Hansu, a man who lives in Japan but frequently travels to Korea. He is a fish merchant who comes to Korea for business.


The film is a drama based on a novel of the same name. Sunja is a bright young woman whose father died after a long illness and who has taken over as the fish merchant. Sunja is raped by Japanese men because there are schisms between the Korean and Japanese cultures. Sunja and Koh Hansu become friends almost immediately after meeting. When Sunja asks him to marry her, he insults her by revealing that he is already married with three children. Sunja is heartbroken, but she remains focused on her business.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Kogonada, Justin Chon

Starring: Soji Arai, Jin Ha, Lee Min-ho

Release date: March 25, 2022

No. of episodes: 8

Pachinko
Pachinko
Pachinko
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The King: Eternal Monarch

The King: Eternal Monarch is one of those Korean dramas with distinct content. Lee Min Ho plays a king who visits the other country and is aware of the two countries' existence. In fact, these are two distinct worlds that exist in parallel, and every human exists in both. Some of them have died in one world, while others are alive in both.

The King must travel to another world to find an enemy who murdered his father and family in the past. The enemy is the first person to learn about these parallel worlds and use them for evil. The drama premiered in 2020, and fans remember it for the adorable chemistry between the lead couple, played by Lee Min-ho and Kim Go-eun. Woo Do-hwa and Kim Kyun-nam also played important roles in The King: Eternal Monarch. This is one of several of Lee Min Ho's K-dramas available on Netflix.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Baek Sang-hoon, Jung Ji-hyun, Yoo Je-won

Starring: Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun

Release date: April 17, 2020

No. of episodes: 16

The King: Eternal Monarch
The King: Eternal Monarch
The King: Eternal Monarch
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Gangnam Blues

Gangnam Blues is a Korean action thriller. The film is set in the 1970s, against the backdrop of the real estate development of Seoul's Gangnam district, amid socio-political turmoil and terrorism. Two childhood friends' friendship is put to the test when they become entangled in the collusion and battles between political powers and criminal organizations.


Lee Min-ho and actor Kim Rae-won play homeless men and are hired by a gang to serve a political purpose. The film is about gangsters and how they are betrayed by their most trusted people. Thanks to this movie, Lee Min-ho was named Best New Actor at the 52nd Grand Bell Awards and Most Popular Actor at the 51st Baeksang Arts Awards.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Yoo Ha

Starring: Lee Min-ho, Kim Rae-won

Release date: January 21, 2015

Running time: 135 minutes

Gangnam Blues
Gangnam Blues
Gangnam Blues
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Bounty Hunters

This is one of Lee Min Ho's action-comedy films. The film was released in 2016 and is an excellent stress reliever. The cast of Bounty Hunters includes Lee Min Ho and Tiffany Tang in lead roles, as well as many other well-known actors. Lee San, played by Lee Min Ho, is trapped with gangsters and his friends. They try their hardest after a struggle, but they end up in even more trouble.


It all starts with martial arts expert San and master sleuth Yo (Wallace Chung), who has been working as bodyguards-for-hire with little success since being fired from Interpol a year ago. When they follow a hazy commission to a hotel room in Incheon, South Korea, a terrorist bombing occurs, turning the bumbling investigators into wanted suspects. Their informant is killed at the scene, but the pair is immediately pursued by a rival group of bounty hunters. After an exciting, if somewhat unnecessary car chase, San and Yo join forces with a trio: bossy heiress Kat, who has been on an anti-terrorist mission since her lost childhood, tech guru Swan, who is the resident hacker and maker of fantastic gadgets, and the muscled Bao Bao. To clear their names, they must collaborate with the trio to find the perpetrator of a series of bombings that have plagued an international hotel chain.


Detailed information:

Directed by: Shin Terra
Starring: Lee Min-ho, Wallace Chung, Tiffany Tang

Release date: July 1, 2016

Running time: 105 minutes

Bounty Hunters
Bounty Hunters
Bounty Hunters


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