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Lee Joon Gi turns 42 Today: Here are the 5 best and top Korean dramas by the Hallyu action hero every K-lover must watch

Lee Joon Gi turns 42 Today: The South Korean entertainment industry counts Lee Joon Gi among its most renowned action heroes.

New Delhi: Signed with Namoo Actors, Lee Joon Gi is a multi-talented artist hailing from South Korea. The stage production of Hamlet that Joon Gi saw in high school piqued his interest in the performing arts. He eschewed college in favour of a career in show business, so he uprooted to Seoul. He got into the Seoul Institute of the Arts after doing part-time jobs at first.

The South Korean entertainment industry counts Lee Joon Gi among its most renowned action heroes. He found popularity in the expansive world of Korean dramas because of his talent for harmonizing with any character.

He is 42 years old today, having been born on April 17, 1982. On his birthday, let’s watch his five most popular dramas.

1. Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo

In a complete solar eclipse, Go Ha Jin (IU) travels to the Goryeo Dynasty under King Taejo. She wakes up as a 16-year-old girl. She befriends various princes and encounters Wang So (Lee Joon Gi), the 4th Prince. Though she knows she shouldn’t become engaged in court intrigues over the throne, various Princes fall in love with her, making her a pawn.

2. Lawless Lawyer

Lee Joon Gi plays Bong Sang Pil, a renegade lawyer with fighting and legal prowess. After plotting for 18 years, he finally goes back to Giseong, his birthplace, to get revenge for his mother. As a young boy, Sang Pil saw his human rights lawyer mother murdered; ever since then, exacting revenge on her has been his life’s mission.

3. Flower of Evil

Baek Hee Sung (Lee Joon Gi) has a lovely family and a great job despite his terrible secret. He is a kind husband and father to his daughter. When his wife, Cha Ji Won, a homicide investigator, investigates 15-year-old serial killings, his spotless image crumbles. Ji Won wonders whether Hee Sung is hiding anything after seeing changes in his behaviour.

4. Again My Life

After a poor high school career, Kim Hee Woo (Lee Joon Gi) graduated from university and passed the bar test. His perseverance paid off, and he became a prosecutor. He was murdered while investigating a corrupt politician. Surprisingly, he travelled back to 18 years old and got ready to defeat his opponent.

5. Arthdal Chronicles: The Sword of Aramun

The long-gone citizens of Arthdal face political intrigue and romantic opportunities in a fantastical realm named Arth. While fighting for the revival of his tribe, Eun Seom (Lee Joon Gi) discovers his family history.