Let’s admit it: We get addicted to K-Dramas not only because of the heartthrob stories, but also because of the fascinating aesthetics — and by that, we mean cast visuals. These handsome faces, combined with their unique character settings, make it difficult for us to turn the channel on them. And to each and every K-Drama male lead is an unrivaled quirk and quality which make them that 200% perfect boyfriend material. So which one of these seven most beloved characters is your dream-come-true? Take your pick.
1. Cheese In The Trap‘s Baek In Ho
Cheese In The Trap‘s Baek In Ho (played by actor Seo Kang Joon) is, perhaps, like a giant golden retriever. He’s cute, yes. Plus, he’s also loyal enough to stay by your side — even when you have other priorities.
2. Don’t Dare To Dream‘s Lee Hwa Shin
Don’t Dare To Dream‘s Lee Hwa Shin (played by actor Jo Jung Suk) will steal your heart in a nano-second with his duality. He’s a clean-cut, super-perfectionist, professional at work… but he’s also a silly little thing who only wants your undivided attention!
3. When The Camellia Blooms‘s Hwang Yong Shik
When The Camellia Blooms‘s Hwang Yong Shik (played by actor Kang Ha Neul) has nothing but his big heart full of love to offer. He’s going to protect you, he’s going to pull you through, and he’s going to lift you up. What else could you possibly need?
4. Guardian: The Lonely and Great God‘s Kim Shin
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God‘s Kim Shin (played by actor Gong Yoo) is almighty — and if that doesn’t sell you on this 900-year-old personal genie, what possibly could? But fine. Even without his superpowers, he’s irresistible. That smile should be illegal.
5. Descendants of the Sun‘s Yoo Si Jin
Descendants of the Sun‘s Yoo Si Jin (played by actor Song Joong Ki) comes in a uniform, if you’re into that like everybody else is. He’s fiercely sexy when he’s out and about saving the world and stuff — but lo and behold, it is his puppy eyes that get you swooning.
6. It’s Okay, That’s Love‘s Jang Jae Yeol
It’s Okay, That’s Love‘s Jang Jae Yeol (played by actor Jo In Sung) may be a little brokenhearted — but it’s okay, accepting all pieces of him is love. He’s complicated — but who isn’t? Helping him find himself could teach you about what it means to be alive.
7. Crash Landing On You‘s Ri Jeong Hyeok
Crash Landing On You‘s Ri Jeong Hyeok (played by actor Hyun Bin) is devotion in human form. He will go great lengths to make you happy — because love is all that ever mattered to him anyway. Plus, he can play the piano. What’s not to love about a man and his piano?