Our favorite triple threat is sparing no effort for his TV comeback since his military discharge in 2021. After JBTC’s massive hit Strong Woman Do Bong Soon catapulted Park Hyung Sik to global fame, fans have been searching for his next best drama. And judging by the number of his projects this year, he is working hard on implementation. That said, if you’re dying to see more Hyung Sik in old and new titles, scroll away! Here are 10 K-dramas starring Park Hyug Sik:

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)

Do Bong-soon is a petite and delicate woman with superhuman strength that she inherits from all the women in her family. After years of trying to master her talents in the workplace, she finally lands a job as a bodyguard for Ahn Min-hyuk, the young and handsome CEO of a famous game company. While Min-hyuk instantly falls for the powerful Bong-soon, he finds himself competing for her attention with the pedantic In Gook-do. Gook-do, a conscientious police officer and Bong-soon’s childhood friend, is unaware of Bong-soon’s super strength and tries to protect her from harm. When a series of kidnappings roil Bong-soon’s neighborhood, he must decide between finally using his powers for good or keeping his identity and family safe.

Also starring: Park Bo Young, Ji Soo

Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016)

In the Silla period, the reigning queen Ji So is about to cede the throne to her son, who has come of age but remains hidden from the public. Fearing potential assassins and power-hungry True Bone officials, the Queen creates the Hwarang, an elite group of men who will train in poetry and combat to protect their new king. As the bond between the men of the Hwarang deepens, they are unaware that they have been joined by the future king himself, as well as a commoner whose bloodline can disrupt the entire kingdom.

Also starring: Park Seo Joon, Go Ara, Seo Ye Ji, Kim Tae Hyung

Suits (2018)

Choi Kang-seok is a top lawyer and senior partner at the prestigious law firm Kang & Ham. A rookie lawyer is being recruited when Go Yoon-wo, a parking valet with no legal background, happens to show up at his office trying to stay out of trouble in the same building. Kang-seok is so impressed with Yoon-woo’s photographic memory and intelligence that he is chosen over other applicants with real licenses to practice law. This action-packed series follows the development of their friendship and career.

Also starring: Jang Dong Gun, Ko Sung Hee

The Heirs (2013)

The Heirs depicts the relationships and rivalries between wealthy high school students who inherit their families’ business empires. The drama begins with Kim Tan, the handsome heir to the Jeguk Group, exiled to the US by his greedy half-brother. There he meets and falls in love with the ordinary Chae Eun-sang, who is visiting her sister. Unfortunately, their instant connection is dampened by the revelation that Kim Tan is engaged to a fellow heiress. Complications arise all the way to Korea, where we find out that Eun-sang is the daughter of Kim Tan’s housekeeper. Kim Tan must now choose between his duty to the family business or his love for Eun-sang.

Also starring: Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, Kim Ji Won

High Society (2015)

Jang Yoon-ha is the youngest daughter of a chaebol (family conglomerate). In search of true love, Yoon-ha hides her identity as an heiress and works part-time at a grocery market. Here she meets her dashing best friend Lee Yi-ji and the hard-working Choi Joon-gi, whose only desire is to marry a rich man. The negative impressions between Yoon-ha and Joon-gi quickly develop into an unlikely and exciting romance. Meanwhile, Yi-ji becomes interested in Yoo Chang-soo, a young chaebol whom Yoon-ha’s mother arranged for her to marry.

Also starring: UEE, Sung Joon, Lim Ji Yeon

 What Happens to My Family? (2014)

Cha Soon-bong’s kids are so messed up that she files a lawsuit against them. As the head of a tofu shop and a widower, he can’t make them fulfill their obligations to the family. His eldest daughter Kang-shim has an inflated ego and believes she is above everyone. His eldest son, Kang-jae, resents his family’s middle-class status. His youngest, Dal-bong, has a bad temper and no direction in life. In a last-ditch effort to bridge the gap between him and his children, Soon-bong creates a list of comical but legal conditions that will allow them to realize the importance of family before it’s too late.

Also starring: Yoo Dong Geun, Kim Hyun Joo, Nam Ji Hyun

Nine (2013)

Nine follows the story of Park Sun-woo, a terminally ill presenter who travels back in time with the help of nine magical incense sticks. Sun-woo is given nine chances to solve his father’s murder twenty years ago. However, things quickly spiral out of control as he discovers the implications of time travel on his current life. Ultimately, the time traveler must choose between completing his mission in the past or preserving his marriage in the present.

Also starring: Lee Jin Wook, Jo Yoon He

Youth: Climb the Barrier (2022)

This long-awaited series will follow the love story between Prince Lee-wa and Min Jae-yi. As Lee-wa suffers from a mysterious curse and Jae-yi is falsely accused of murdering her own family, only they can understand and help each other escape their dark destinies.

Also starring: Jeon So Nee, Pyo Ye Jin

Soundtrack #1 (2022)

Han Sun-woo is a quiet and introspective photographer. Lee Eun-so, his 20-year-old best friend, is a struggling copywriter with a straightforward and honest personality. After a series of career-related frustrations, they agree to hole up in the same house for two weeks, and the lines between their friendship and romance begin to blur.

Also starring: Han So Hee, Seo In Guk

Happiness (2021)

When a highly contagious disease breaks out in Korea, the residents of the Le Ciel residential complex are locked down. Among them is Yoon Sae-bom, a member of the police special operations unit. She secured an apartment in the complex by pretending to be married to her high school boyfriend and fellow detective Jung Yi-hyun. As the disease begins to spread through the building, class divisions bring out the worst in the residents. Sae-bom and Yi-hyun must work together to find a cure.

Also starring: Han Hyo Joo, Jo Woo Jin

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