8 Gong Yoo Korean Dramas That You Need To Watch Right Now

Gong-Yoo has definitely won a lot of hearts with his dramas like Squid games and Goblin. But his dramas goes way back in history, especially from "Coffee Prince". Read to know more of Gong Yoo's dramas.

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8 Gong Yoo Korean Dramas That You Need To Watch Right Now
Gong-yoo 

Gong Ji Chul, also known as Gong Yoo, is a South Korean actor who is managed by SOOP Entertainment. He earned a bachelor's degree in theatre from Kyung Hee University. Gong Yoo began his career in show business as a Mnet video jockey in 2000 and made his acting debut in the TV series "School 4" in 2001.

Following that, Gong Yoo appeared in a number of supporting roles in dramas and films, as well as hosting the music program "Music Camp" in 2004. The MBC romantic comedy "Coffee Prince," in which Gong Yoo starred, became his breakout role. The drama's success cemented his role as a leading man and established him as a Hallyu star.

On January 14, 2008, Gong Yoo enlisted in the required duty, which ended on December 8, 2009. He served on the front lines in Cheorwon for 8 months before being transferred to the Defense Media Agency, where he worked in the public relations department and hosted the army radio station as a DJ. Here, we present you must watch dramas of Gong-Yoo.

8. Screen

Screen 

So-Hyun (Kim Tae-Hee) is a cheerful and lively character who is also creative. Her ambition is to work as a scenario writer. However, when his father perished in a fire, she lost everything. She, on the other hand, never gives up. She starts at the beginning, with a dream. Yu-Ra (Oh Seung-Hyun) is an old buddy of So- Hyun's. She, on the other hand, feels inferior to So-Hyun. She wants to get rid of this feeling, but her competition and rivalry with So-Hyun cause her to have insatiable desires.

7. Biscuit Teacher & Star Candy

Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy 

At school, a tough teacher with a bad attitude and her cute student have a good time. In high school, Na Bo-Ri (Kong Hyo-Jin) was known for being a troublemaker and getting into fights. Then she is expelled from school after getting into a fight one day. She gets a job as a substitute teacher at her old high school after overcoming various obstacles. She is overjoyed at the prospect of meeting her old teacher, Ji Hyeon-Woo (Kim Da-Hyun), whom she has a long-standing crush on.

Park Tae-In (Gong Yoo), a womanizing troublemaker in her class, continuously brings her into problems. Tae-In is a gifted student who excels in both academics and athletics. Tae-In is a gifted student who excels in both academics and athletics. Bo-Ri is disliked by Tae-In because she isn't intelligent but has a strong personality. As his connection with his teacher deteriorates, he progressively develops feelings for her as a result of a series of difficult situations.

6. One Fine Day

One Fine Day 

"One Fine Day" is a drama about a girl who works as an aquarist at an aquarium and is reunited with her brother after 15 years apart. Unlike other dramas, this one was shot in Australia, giving viewers many unique and lovely places to see. It employs a variety of underwater filmmaking techniques as it introduces a new type of occupation known as an aquarist. These innovative approaches make use of a high-definition camera that captivates visitors with stunning images.

5. Big

Big 

The ghost of 18-year-old Kang Gyung-Joon (Shin Won-Ho) appears in the body of 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae (Gong Yoo). Seo-Yon-Jae is a prosperous doctor who is engaged to Gil Da-Ran, a high school teacher (Lee Min-Jung). Kang Gyung-Joon, who is 18 years old, has Gil Da-Ran as his teacher. When 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae falls in love with another woman, more complications arise (Bae Suzy).

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4. Coffee Prince

Coffee Prince 

Coffee Prince's Flagship Store is a TV show about four young people who meet at a café and share their love lives and goals. Han-Gyeol (Gong Yoo) is a bright young man who despises being confined to a single career path. He is forced to manage a cafe by his grandmother, who abhors the notion of him joining the family company. He grudgingly takes over the task of running a café and begins to immerse himself in the gourmet coffee business, unable to defy his grandma. He meets Eun-chan, a bright girl with an unpredictable attitude, one day and learns what true love is.

3. Squid Games

Squid Games 

Seong Gi-(Lee Hun's Jung-Jae) position is terminated. His life is a living hell. Seong Gi-Hun learns of a top-secret survival game with a prize pool of 45.6 billion won for the winner. He chooses to participate in the game. Cho Sang-Woo (Park Hae-Soo), on the other hand, is like a brother to Seong Gi-Hun. They both grew up in the same area. Cho Sang-Woo graduated from a prominent university and secured a solid profession despite his modest family background. Due to theft of corporate cash, he is currently in a problem. He decides to join Seong Gi-Hun in the secret survival game. Gong Yoo is a salesman who recruits Game participants.

2. The Silent Sea

The Silent Sea 

Set in the future, when desertification has resulted in a dearth of water and food in the world. Han Yun-Jae (Gong Yoo) is a space agency soldier. He is chosen to travel to the moon with a team that includes Song Ji-an (Bae Doo-Na). Their task is to recover a mystery sample from a decommissioned research facility.

1. Guardian: The Lonely and Great God

Goblin

The youthful king frames Kim Shin (Gong Yoo), a decorated military general from the Goryeo Dynasty, as a traitor and murders him. Years after his death, the Almighty curses him to remain immortal forever, enduring the agony of seeing his loved ones perish in retaliation for the troops he sacrificed to defend his country. Despite his tragic past, he becomes an eternal goblin who uses his talents to aid others and is a nice man. The only way to end his immortality is for the Goblin's bride to help him pull out the sword, which will end his agonizing immortality.

Despite her traumatic life, Ji Eun-Tak (Kim Go-Eun) is a lively high school girl who remains happy and positive. By happenstance, she summons the Goblin, and their lives become intertwined. Yoo Deok-Hwa (Yook Sung-Jae), the Goblin's nephew, leases the Goblin's house to a Grim Reaper (Lee Dong-Wook), and the two wind up living together. Ji Eun-Tak begins working part-time at a chicken shop owned by Sunny, a vivacious young woman (Yoo In-na).

A deeper story emerges as the lives of Kim Shin, Grim Reaper, Ji Eun-Tak, and Sunny intertwine, as they are not just strangers who met by chance, but people with deep-rooted ties.

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