14 Best K-Dramas Of Lee Min Ho and Lee Jong Suk You Should Watch

Lee Min Ho and Lee Jong Suk are one of the most famous celebrities across the world. Both of them have a massive fan base which loves them crazily and passionately. Everyone eagerly waits for their dramas’ to arrive so they can watch their stars’ in action.
Although, Lee Min Ho is off-screen since he is in the army. However, the star will get discharge in next month. On the other hand, Lee Jong Suk has confirmed that he has enlisted in the army. This means with one of our star coming back on our screens; one is going away. Well, Lee Jong Suk is also making to the news because of his adorable role in a new drama.
Well, if you haven’t seen many dramas’ of these actors, here’s a list of 14 Best K-dramas of Lee Min Ho and Lee Jong Suk you should watch (In no specific order, We Love all of them!)

1. Boys Over Flowers

Boys Over Flowers

Boys Over Flowers is one of the favorite choices for all the teenagers across the globe when they start watching K-Dramas. This is due to the plot of the drama which covers a romantic love story of teenagers, beginning at the school time. Well, isn’t it the fantasy of every teenager?

Boys Over Flowers follows the life of a poor girl named Geum Jan-Di portrayed by Hye-Seon Ku. Geum Jan-Di is a highly motivated and enthusiastic girl who gets admission (by chance) in a very prestigious school.

This school consisted of a group of 4 rich, handsome boys. This group is kenned as the F4. Lee Min-ho pursues the character of the leader of F4 – Koo Jun-Pyo. The rest three boys of F4 are So Lee-Jeong (Kim Beom), Yun Ji-Hu (Hyeon-Jung Kim), and Song Woo-Bin (Kim Jun).

The adorable love story between Koo Jun-Pyo and Geum Jan-Di gives butterfly in the stomach of watchers. Their love anecdote moves along them from Seoul to New Caledonia to Macau.

Boys Over Flowers is incipiently based on a manga series “Hana Yori Dango” by Yoko Kamio which is also the primary title of the series.

2. While You Were Sleeping

While you Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping is a K-Drama of Lee Jong-suk consisting of 35 episodes. These 35 minutes episode can take you in a fairy world you would never want to escape. The tone of While You Were Sleeping is efficient and straightforward.

The combination of Lee Jong-suk and Bae Suzy adds up an extra point for viewing this drama. The plot of While You Were Sleeping focuses on three primary characters. First is Hong-Joo, who is characterized by Bae Suzy. Hong-Joo lives with her mother and helps her by running a pork eatery. Second is Jae-Chan, who is portrayed by Lee Jong-suk. Chan is a rookie prosecutor. The third character is of Yoo-Beom, described by Lee Sang-Yeob. Yoo-Beom is also a lawyer (a selfish one). She was also the personal tutor of Jae-Chan once.

The plot of this drama gets exciting when Jae-Chan saw a dream. In this dream, the circumstance builds up in a manner – by a number of incidents – that Yoo-Beom murders Hong-Joo and her mother. When Jae-Chan sees his vision becoming a reality, he decides to stop Yoo-Beom. How the story advances and how Hong-Joo falls in love with Jae-Chan creates a lot of mesmerizing moments.

3. Pinocchio


Pinocchio is one of the most popular Korean Drama of Lee Jong Suk. The drama was priorly offered to Kim Woo-Bin for the role of protagonist. However, he cannot proceed with the part because of his busy schedule. Later, Lee Jong-suk portrayed the role of the lead character of the drama. His character was loved by millions of people across the globe.

Pinocchio focuses on the story of a child named Ha-Myeong (Lee Jong-suk). Ha-Myeong loses his family in a fire at a trash facility. Ha-Myeong ends up being ladled out of the ocean by an unknown man (Byun Hee-Bong), who is the grandfather of In-Ha (Park Shin-Hye). In-Ha’s grandfather alters the name of Ha-Myeong as Dal-Po (Which is the name of his beloved son, who died 30 years ago).

The story of how Dal-Po grows feeling for In-Ha. What scenarios built that make them grew apart? How this adorable love story moves towards its destination is a delight to watch.

Pinocchio is a must watch for every Lee Jong-suk fan to feel butterfly in their stomach. It has one of the most adorable plots of K-Dramas. Pinocchio includes many moments which spread a massive smile on the face of its viewers.

To prove the love and popularity of Pinocchio, it is the highest price getter (per episode) for a Korean drama. The 20 episode drama aired on November 12, 2014.

4. The Legend Of The Blue Sea

The Legend Of The Blue Sea

The Legend Of The Blue Sea is an exceptional drama for the fans’ of Lee Min-ho as it was the last drama he did before entering the military. This 20 episode drama premiered on November 16, 2016.

Legend Of The Blue Sea comprises the plot of two different eras. The original period is of the year 1598. Lee Min-ho depicts the character of a newly designated governor Dam Ryung. Dam Ryung lingers for a night at an inn run by Mr. Yang characterized by Sung Dong-Il. Ryung is exhibited with a mermaid named Sim Chung (Gianna Jun) by Mr. Yang. Later, Dam Ryung rescues that mermaid, saving her life and giving her freedom.

The next era proceeds at present, where Lee Min-ho pursues the character of Joon-Jae who is a conman. The situation takes shape in a manner that Sim Chung meets Joon-Jae and the storyline proceeds with that.

5. W


W is a Korean Drama that embraces the genre of Romance, Suspense, Fantasy, and Thriller. W stands out from the rest of the dramas’ because of its unparalleled storyline. The characters of this drama are showered with relish for their lovable and adorable depiction. This 16 episode drama aired on July 20, 2016.

W focuses on the story of Kang Chul, who is characterised by Lee Jong-Suk. Kang Chul is an exceedingly wealthy guy and exists in the webtoon “W.” The female protagonist of W is Oh Yeon-Joo, who is portrayed by Han Hyo-Joo. Oh Yeon-Joo is a surgeon in the ‘now world.’

This fantasy world drama brings to light in the eyes of its audience. The romantic scenes between the lead characters serve as a visual delight.

6. The Heirs

The Heirs

The Heirs is one of the most popular drama in K-Drama’s history. Lee Min-ho was loved all across the globe for his character in this drama. This Romantic 20 Episode series released on 9th October 2012.

Lee Min-ho also recorded a song for The Heirs. The title of the song was Painful Love.

The Heirs follows a group of wealthy, privileged high school students. These students are about to take over their families’ business empires, conquering obstacles and advancing every step of the way.
Lee Min-ho portrays the role of Kim Tan. Kim is a wealthy heir to a vast Korean conglomerate called Jeguk Group. Choi Jin-hyuk pursues the part of Kim Won who is Kim Tan’s elder brother. Won exiles Kim Tan to the U.S. as he seeks to take control of the family firm.

Kim Tan meets Park Shin-Hye in the U.S who plays the role of female protagonist Cha Eun-Sang. Eun-Sang went to the U.S in search of her sister. Kim Tan falls in love with Cha Eun-Sang, although he was engaged to Yoo Rachel. Kim Ji-won characterizes Yoo Rachel. Yoo Rachel is also an heir to an affluent empire.

The Heirs also star Kim Woo-bin who portray the role a friend turned foe of Kim Tan – Choi Young-do. The situation gets complex when Choi Young-do also falls in love with Cha Eun-Sang. This occurs when all of the cast return for their school in Korea. The Heirs see more ups and downs when Kim Tan have to decide between the family business or love.

7. Doctor Stranger

Doctor Stranger

Doctor Stranger is one of the most loved dramas of Lee Jong-suk. Seeing Lee Jong-suk in Doctor’s attire – that white coat – is a pure delight for its viewers.

Doctor Stranger follows the life of Park Hoon, who is characterized by Lee Jong-suk. Hoon and his Father were abducted by North Korea when he was a child. Hoon’s father is also a doctor. Later, Park Hoon arises as a genius doctor. However, he then flees to South Korea and aligns the top hospital their – Myungwoo University Hospital.

Although, Park Hoon still feel like an outsider at this place. Therefore, he tries everything in his ability to earn money for bringing his love from North Korea. How he does it and what obstacles he faces adds excitement in this drama.

Doctor Stranger includes 20 episodes. The drama released on May 5, 2014.

8. Personal Taste

Personal Taste

The literal name for this Drama is “Personal Preference” whereas “Personal Taste” is English Title. This Rom-Com drama remits some charming, funny and adorable moments which brings shine in the eyes of its viewers.

Personal Taste follows the story of a young, good-looking and stylish boy Jin-ho Jeon characterized by Lee Min-ho and a recently heart-broken girl Gae-in Park played by Son Ye-Jin. Gae-in Park is now looking for a gay room-mate because she doesn’t want to feel any love affection for anyone. Jin-ho Jeon who wants to live with Gae-in Park acts to be gay, and their cute love story started. Though Jin-ho Jeon is a bit self-centered person with a compulsion for cleanliness, his effort for Gae-in Park put a massive smile on the face of the viewers.

A 2007 novel named “Gaeinui Chwihyang” written by Lee Sae-In stands as a source for Personal Taste. The Drama consists of 16 episodes, and it aired on March 31, 2010.

9. I Can Hear Your Voice

I Can Hear Your Voice

I Can Hear Your Voice covers an expansive genre of Legal drama, Suspense, Romance, Thriller, and Fantasy. All in all, this drama offers you every element you desire. This magically written and portrayed show consisted of 18 episodes and aired on June 5, 2013.

This drama follows the story of a child named Soo-Ha (later portrayed by Lee Jong-Suk), whose father was murdered by Min Joon-Kook (Jung Woong-In). At that time, Joon-Kook was going to kill Soo-Ha too, but a girl named Hye-Sung (later pursued by Lee Bo-Young) clicks a picture at the very instant. Joon-Kook gets distracted by the noise, and this eventually saves the life of Soo-Ha. Hye-Sung testifies against Joon-Kook, who later pledges to take retribution from her. In this whole situation, Soo-Ha falls in love with Hye-Sung. He also promises her security.

After ten years, the circumstances build up in a manner, that Joon-Kook is after the life of Hye-Sung and Soo-Ha struggles to protect her. Soo-Ha now has telepathic powers too. The plot gets more and more interesting with each second passing. This makes I Can Hear Your Voice an outstanding drama.

I Can Hear Your Voice initially consisted of 16 episodes. Although, due to its high ratings, it ended up being of 18 episodes.

10. City Hunter

City Hunter

City Hunter covers all the genre of Drama’s that can accelerate your heartbeat: Crime, Thriller, and Romance. The drama includes 20 episodes. If anyone wants to see Lee Min-ho in full throttle action, performing a breathtaking action scene, well! City Hunter is the right choice for you.

The series follows the outcomes that arise due to a – sort of – betraying scenario. Lee Min-ho portrays the character of Lee Yoon-sung who is prepared and willed to take revenge for his adoptive father.

Watching Lee Min-ho in revenge mode and as an intelligent, deductive person is undoubtedly a delight for the audience. The challenges that arise during the task Lee Min-ho is doing, creates a lot of fun and thrill in City Hunter.

11. School 2013

School 2013

School 2013 was the Korean Drama for which Lee Jong-suk won the KBS Drama Award for the Best New Actor in 2012. Therefore, this drama holds a special place in the hearts of fans’ of Lee Jong-suk. School 2013 included 16 episodes and premiered on December 3, 2012.

School 2013 tracks the story of Seungri High School. This school is one of the worst school regarding academics, among 178 schools in Seoul. The school hires Se-Chan, who is characterized by Daniel Choi, to fix this situation. Se-Chan is the best Korean language teacher.

Nam-Soon is a student of the same school, who is portrayed by Lee Jong-suk. Nam-Soon is chosen as the class president for grade 2, because of the aid of Jung-Ho (Kwak Jung-Wook), who is a part of the school gang. What scenarios built up with the arrival of Se-Chan is a pleasure to watch in School 2013.

12. Faith


Faith is also known by the name of The Great Doctor. This drama covers the Medical, Time-Travel, Fantasy, and the most apparent – Romantic genre. Faith consisted of 24 episodes and aired on August 13, 2012.

Faith is an exceptionally written and visualized K-drama. This Drama embraces the love between a female doctor from the present day and a warrior from the Goryeo Period and how their passion is exceeding space and time. Choi Young is the warrior from the Goryeo Period, pursued by Lee Min-ho. Whereas, Dr. Yoo Eun-Soo is the doctor from the present day, who is characterised by Kim Hee-Seon.

Choi Young does time travel to bring Dr. Yoo Eun-Soo in the Goryeo Period through a portal to save the life of Princess Nogoog, who is nearing death. How Choi turns Dr. Yoo for that, is a beautiful scenario to watch in Faith.

13. Romance Is A Bonus Book

Romance Is A Bonus Book

Romance Is A Bonus Book is an ongoing drama of Lee Jong-suk. With this drama, Lee Jong-suk is going to begin the genre of Romantic-Comedy. Lee Na‑young will co-star with him in Romance Is A Bonus Book. The desire of fans’ seeing Lee Jong-suk as a writer will come true in this drama.

The drama premiered on 26th January 2019. This drama will consist of 16 episodes, and it is just a few episodes away from its finale.

14. 7 First Kisses

7 First Kisses

7 First Kisses is a promotional series created for Lotte Duty-Free Shop. The series consisted of 8 episodes. 7 First Kisses featured many stars of South Korea along with our favourite Lee Min-ho and Lee Jong-suk. It aired online on December 5, 2016, through YouTube Naver TV Cast.

7 First Kisses tracks the story of a girl named Min Soo-jin (Lee Cho-hee) from Lotte Duty-Free store who has never been in a relationship before. Min Soo-jin then encounters the goddess of date (Choi Ji-woo) who grant her an endeavor to choose the ideal partner for her first kiss among seven men.

These Seven Men are –

A sexy secret agent (Ji Chang-wook), a serious yet romantic boss (Park Hae-jin), an adorable younger male friend (Kai), a religious tech billionaire (Lee Joon-gi), an innocent chaebol heir (Ok Taec-yeon), a beloved k-idol (Lee Jong-suk), and a free-spirited travel writer (Lee Min-ho).

Who Min Soo-jin chose for her first kiss and why, makes this series an appealing one to watch.

Tell Us about the Dramas you have watched from this list. Also, mention your favorite moments from these dramas of Lee Min Ho and Lee Jong Suk.

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