5 Korean Actors Who Are More “Successful” in Supporting Roles Than in Leading Roles

These actors appear to be gaining prominence as a result of new supporting roles.

Each main and supporting character in a Korean film serves a particular function and has a different role.

There are several life-changing roles that many Korean stars recall.

In which case, there are performers who are well-known and appreciated for their supporting roles, but when they play the lead, they fall flat.

Kim Min Kyu

Kim Min Kyu has been an actor for 9 years and has played a variety of parts in both lead and supporting roles.

Kim Min Kyu formerly played the male lead in the television series “Queen: Love And War,” but he did not get the desired success.

Meanwhile, the actor’s supporting roles in “Snowdrop,” “Backstreet Rookie,” and “A Business Proposal” generated a lot of attention.

Lee Soo Hyuk

Artistic activities have been active for a long time, but in Lee Soo Hyuk‘s playing career, the actor has played more supporting roles than lead roles.

And Lee Soo Hyuk‘s great supporting parts in films like “Tomorrow,” “Sholar Who Walks The Night,” and “Doom At Your Service” created a bigger effect than his lesser-known main roles.

Woo Do Hwan

Woo Do Hwan formerly played the lead in the series “The Great Seducer,” which featured an all-star cast, but it did not fare well, and the film received mixed reviews.

Meanwhile, in shows such as “Save Me” or “The King: Eternal Monarch,” the actor playing a supporting role is receiving a lot more attention.

Wi Ha Joon

At the moment, when many viewers think of Wi Ha Joon, they immediately think of the amazing series “Squid Game,” in which the actor appears.

Previously, Wi Ha Jun had appeared in “Romance Is A Bonus Book” and “18 Again” as a supporting actor.

Wi Ha Joon was offered the lead part in “Bad And Crazy” after establishing a reputation in supporting roles, however the series was not as well received as predicted.

Yoo In Na

Yoo In Na, dubbed the “National Supporting Woman,” consistently achieves success and shines in supporting roles.

Among them are hit shows like as “Goblin” and “Snowdrop,” all of which feature Yoo In Na.

With her stunning appearance and solid acting talent, the actress consistently develops her own charm and is never overshadowed, even while playing a supporting role.



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