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[Actor Spotlight] Lee Dong-wook

It’s Lee Dong-wook’s turn in the spotlight, just in time for his leading role in tvN’s new rom-com, Reach of Sincerity, which is just a few weeks into its run.

Born in 1981 in Seoul, South Korea, Lee Dong-wook debuted in an MBC drama special. That appearance started a chain reaction, and he was subsequently cast in School 2, and then School 3 (the early run of the series that would later continue as School 2013, 2015, and 2017). With some solid credits under his belt, Lee Dong-wook worked heavily in primetime and weekend dramas, finally winning his way into much-deserved leading man status.

Lee’s been steadily acting for the past twenty years and his career has been punctuated with some really big hits, like the now-classic Hong sisters rom-com My Girl, Scent of a Woman, and the 2016 smash hit The Lonely Shining Goblin. Here’s looking forward to many more great dramas in the future!

And now it’s time for some Lee Dong-wook drama highlights, followed by his full filmography.

 
My Girl (2005)

My Girl was one of the first K-dramas that I watched, so it will always have a special place in my heart. It’s also a huge early Hallyu hit that, in my opinion, struck all the right notes in what is now a pretty perfected (though some might say cookie cutter) genre. Lee Da-hae played the scrappy down-on-her-luck heroine, and Lee Dong-wook was the chaebol she got entangled with. But it wouldn’t be a quintessential K-drama without the second leads to exemplify the token smitten bad boy (played by Lee Jun-ki, with an epic wardrobe) and the ex-girlfriend (played by Park Shi-yeon) who’ll do anything to get back the man she “loves.” It might feel a little cliche to watch it now, but back in 2005 this was a fresh and genre-making drama. I still can’t forget the scene where Lee Da-hae falls headlong in the bathroom as she’s about to take a bath, and Lee Dong-wook rushes in to save her, armed with a huge fluffy quilt to make sure her modesty is maintained. Hilarious! These two were great together— it’s no wonder fan interest was so high when they reunited in Hotel King almost ten years later (disclaimer: it couldn’t touch My Girl).

 
Scent of a Woman (2011)

Don’t let this photo (or the awful title) fool you — this drama isn’t a walk in the rom-com park. Kim Sun-ah starred as the “spinster” heroine who rediscovers herself when she’s diagnosed with a terminal illness. It’s not the happiest of plots, but the story is actually quite a good one, balancing the sweet and the bittersweet. There’s something cathartic about seeing a heroine quit her crappy job, come into her own, live out her bucket list, oh, and fall in love with the swoony Lee Dong-wook somewhere in the process. Their chemistry, and especially the famous tango scenes from this drama, is strong enough to burn through your TV and/or computer screen. While a terminal illness plot line is usually enough to make me tune out, this is one of the few dramas that held me and told a story worth watching.

 
Reach of Sincerity (2019)

This photo says it all. Reach of Sincerity has received loads of attention as it reunites Lee Dong-wook with Yoo Inna, his previous costar and love interest from the phenomenally successful Goblin. Lee Dong-wook portrays a competent lawyer who seems a bit buttoned-up and aloof (and clearly, has no patience for his new “Hallyu goddess” secretary) — but we know better. It’s fun to watch a drama and predict how the personalities of the two completely opposing leads will affect the other, and all the chaos, hijinks, and swooning (I hope!) that will ensue. I will say, at the point of writing this, there haven’t been any clues as to why Lee Dong-wook’s character keeps calling Yoo Inna’s heroine by her real name rather than her professional name Yoon-seo. Maybe it’s a hint that he sees under the real person under the glam celeb trappings?

 
Lee Dong-wook’s full filmography:

  • There’s a World Off the Beaten Path (1999) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook made his acting debut in this one-episode MBC drama special.

  • School 2 (1999) [Drama]
    Next, Lee Dong-wook landed a role in the second “season” of the School series, thanks to the strength of his debut performance. He appears in about ten episodes — enough to win him a role in the next rendition.

  • School 3 (2000) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook reprised his role in the next season of the School series, before it took a long break prior to returning as School 2013. Fun fact, the show didn’t have a wardrobe coordinator so Lee Dong-wook wore his own clothes and purchased outfits at Dongdaemun for the show. For this wonderful series’ next incarnation, can I request of the drama gods that Lee Dong-wook has a nice leading role? Pretty please?

  • Secret (2000) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook has a side role in this drama starring Kim Haneul and Ha Ji-won.

  • The Family with Dreams (2001) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook has a lead role as the rebellious younger son in this one-episode KBS drama special about a family and their dreams for the future.

  • Four Sisters (2001) [Drama]
    Small role in the first episode of this drama about four sisters starring Chae Rim, Hwang Soo-jung, and more.

  • Snail (2001) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook played a college student in this SBS sitcom alongside Kim Hyo-jin and several well-known Korean comedians.

  • The Fish at the End of the Sea (2001) [Drama]
    Another one-episode drama special! Lee Dong-wook had a leading role as a thug and barfly who nursed an unrequited love. This drama special was one of writer Kim Sun-ok’s (An Empress’s Dignity) earliest works.

  • Pure Heart (2001) [Drama]
    Lee had a supporting role in this early Lee Yo-won and Ryu Jin drama as a gangster named Jang Ho-gu. During filming, he adopted a puppy and named it Ho-gu after his character.

  • Tag (2001) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook played a detective who set out to capture his partner’s conman little brother in this KBS one-episode drama special.

  • The Unstoppables (2001) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook appeared in a later episode in this long-running sitcom about a fireman and his family.

  • Love Is Like This (2001) [Drama]
    A KBS inter-generational daily drama about a middle-aged couple who fall in love. Lee Dong-wook had a supporting role as a college student and pro gamer who dreamt of becoming a film director.

  • I Like It! (2002) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook was a tough guy from the wrong side of the tracks in this SBS sitcom.

  • Happier Than Heaven (2002) [Drama]
    A one-episode drama special for KBS, Lee Dong-wook played a man who was so in love with his girlfriend that he decides to remain on earth as her guardian angel. Written by Lee Kyung-hee (Uncontrollably Fond).

  • Let’s Go (2002) [Drama]
    Yet another tough guy role for Lee Dong-wook in this SBS sitcom.

  • Loving You (2002) [Drama]
    Jeju Island-based love story starring Eugene and Park Yong-ha (my heart), with Lee Dong-wook supporting.

  • Honest Living (2002) [Drama + Cameo]
    Lee Dong-wook appeared in a good chunk of episodes of this long-running sitcom, and then later had a guest appearance.

  • Land of Wine (2003) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook has a supporting role in this drama starring Kim Jae-won and Kim Min-jung. Lee Dong-wook won the New Star Award for his role.

  • Merry Go Round (2003) [Drama]
    Also known as Wooden Horse Carousel, this family drama stars Soo-ae and Jang Seo-hee as sisters growing from children into adults (possibly in a “stop the ride I want to get off” kind of way). Lee Dong-wook and Kim Nam-jin also star.

  • Island Village Teacher (2004) [Drama]
    Han Ji-hye, Kim Min-jong, and Lee Dong-wook star in this love triangle story about a murder witness who hides out (or tries to) on an island.

  • Letters to my Parents (2004) [Drama]
    Successful weekend family drama with Kim Hee-ae, Jeo Joon-ho, Lee Dong-wook, Yoo Seung-ho, and more.

  • Hanoi Bride (2005) [Drama]
    Two-episode drama special with Lee Dong-wook as a doctor working in Hanoi, and Kim Ok-bin as the Vietnamese girl he loves.

  • My Girl (2005) [Drama]
    Nothing says chaebol drama hero like getting conned into buying the tangerines that the wacky heroine just stole from your personal orchard (see above).

  • Arang (2006) [Film]
    Song Yoon-ah and Lee Dong-wook play detectives in this horror film. Such a great cast but… shudder!

  • The Best Romance (2007) [Film]
    Lee Dong-wook and Hyun Young star as bickering detective and journalist. Lee’s hairdo is such a crime here. Maybe the duo is chasing after his barber, to bring him to justice?

  • Heartbreak Library (2008) [Film]
    Eugene plays a librarian, and Lee Dong-wook is a defiler of books in this romance drama adapted from a short story.

  • Bittersweet Life (2008) [Drama]
    Noir melodrama starring Lee Dong-wook, Oh Yeon-soo, Park Shi-yeon, and the expected amount of love, murder, revenge, lies, mystery, and other entanglements. Also known as La Dolce Vita.

  • Partner (2009) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook and Kim Hyun-joo butt heads as attorneys in this legal drama.

  • The Recipe (2010) [Film]
    Also called Doenjang, this movie starring Ryu Seung-ryong, Lee Yo-won, and Lee Dong-wook is about a killer doenjang jjigae recipe. Not literally, of course. I think.

  • Scent of a Woman (2011) [Drama]
    If you need a drama to make you fall in love with Lee Dong-wook, look no further (see above).

  • Wild Romance (2012) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook and Lee Shi-young (love this pairing, but missed this drama) star in this rom-com as baseball player and bodyguard.

  • The Fugitive of Joseon (2013) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook and Song Ji-hyo star as Joseon physician and nurse, respectively, and get entangled in an assassination attempt.

  • The Story of Kang-gu (2014) [Drama]
    Lovely, somewhat somber two-episode drama that was beautifully shot and with a lovely twist. I would watch this again.

  • Hotel King (2014) [Drama]
    This drama famously reunited Lee Dong-wook with his My Girl co-star, Lee Da-hae. I only made it half through, and all I remember is wing tattoos and Bear Bricks, but I guess that’s okay?

  • The Beauty Inside (2015) [Film/Cameo]
    Lee Dong-wook (among many others) plays one of the many incarnations of this movie’s hero.

  • Blade Man (2015) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook and Shin Se-kyung star in this drama about a hero whose pain and anguish manifest as knife blades shooting out of him. Like Wolverine, only way worse — and less believable.

  • Bubble Gum (2015) [Drama]
    Another Lee Dong-wook drama I wanted to watch since I loved the thought of him with Jung Ryeo-won, but his mother’s illness was just too much for my heart to take. “Bubblegum” makes you think cute and quirky, but this drama (at least the first several episodes) was the opposite.

  • The Lonely Shining Goblin (2016) [Drama]
    So, there’s this great drama called Goblin starring Gong Yoo as the Goblin and Lee Dong-wook as the Grim Reaper — have you heard of it?

  • Life (2018) [Drama]
    Lee Dong-wook stars in this medical drama that I totally missed, since I usually look over medical dramas. But lo and behold, Won Jin-ah from Just Between Lovers is here, too — I just might have to change my mind.

  • Reach of Sincerity (2019) [Drama]
    Apparently, Lee Dong-wook doesn’t much like drunk women who fall into/onto garbage cans (see above).

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So, there’s this great drama called Goblin starring Gong Yoo as the Goblin and Lee Dong-wook as the Grim Reaper — have you heard of it?

PUAHAHAHAHAHA!

I think many people first knew him thru the classic My Girl (me!). But Rihwan's gonna be my favorite lead character of his. Bubblegum has a special place in my heart. 💗😌

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It was a very good joke. 'Goblin' is one of the truly great dramas. In any language.

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Based upon your comment I think that I will give 'Bubblegum' another try.

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yays! i loved the camaraderie between him & Jung Ryeowon.

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I liked Bubblegum too. Atleast the first half.

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Ahhh my first k-love Lee Dong Wook and My Girl. Bubblegum is my favorite work of him as well, but Touch My Heart is turning out pretty awesome as well.

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I started to watch 'Bubblegum' but the mom's illness thing put me off. 'My Girl' is definitely on my watch list and I will eventually get to it.

This means that so far 'Goblin' is the only complete drama in which I have previously seen Lee Dong-wook. He was great there, as was Yoo In-na as Sunny/Kim Sun.

I am enjoying 'Reach of Sincerity'. Lee Dong-wook is hitting all the right notes.

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I like him in everything, but my favorite shows with him are My Girl, Partner, and Wild Romance. I've watched each of those several times.

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You are the first beanie I've seen who loves Wild Romance like I do! Most beanies often seemed to hate it!

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Yeah, I never understood all the criticism! And I loved Lee Si-Yeong's character (and her action skills!), I wish she had been rewarded more for playing such an atypical kdrama heroine.

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I LOVE her too! And all that hilarious quarrels over favorite team and player!

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I watched Wild Romance for the first time a few months ago. I was shocked at the fighting scenes between Lee So Young and Lee Dong Wook! I love how tough she is and that's the reason that I watched this but her roughhousing with Lee Dong wook seemed far more strenuous than even when she was throwing elbows in LookOut! I kept thinking does LDW realize how rough he is being with her?

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@ramonathepest I don't know if you know this or not, LSY loved that scene and her training so much that she went into professional boxing after this show and reached the national team.

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Lee Dong-wook is another actor where I just have to exclaim "What he's almost 40?!" because he's still so handsome. And that's a really impressive list of projects. I applaud you Lee Dong-wook.

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Whaaaattt?
I am around the same age and I consider myself still so pretty!! 😭😭😭😆

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You don’t grow out of being handsome. He’ll he handsome until he dies! (But I know what @sukstan means, he looks younger than his 38 years for sure!)

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he is so good at what he does! he is so good to look at with his puppy eyes and his lovely smile! and best of all he can act!

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Lee Dong-wook's melo eyes are perfect makjang sockets, but he is maximizing their "eyecting" potential to such great comedic effect in Reach for Sincerity!

Just love him.

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I forgot to add my answer to why Lawyer Kwon calls Yoo In-na's character by her real name. There are really two reasons:

First, as a practical matter the law firm is supposed to be concealing the fact that Yoon-seo is working there. Calling her by her real name helps to do that.

But the second reason is essentially what you suggest: By calling her by her real name he is saying that she is not just a screen image. He is saying that she is a full person beyond the Hallyu Goddess and that he sees her as that complete person. It is actually very romantic- because it will mean that once he does admit that he loves her it will be a real love, not an infatuation with an image.

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I don't know if it's the same reason, but when I've had coworkers that go by a nickname, I usually still addressed them by their real name. It's not even really intentional, just I didn't feel comfortable using their nickname, and using their real name felt more professional and respectful.

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Ahhh My Girl~~ 😍😍😍 back when Hong sisters were at the peak of their career and their writing style was so fresh and amazing.

I wasn’t really a fan of the dramas that Lee Dong Wook was in after that, so it had to take Goblin till I saw him in another drama again.

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Woah! Same here. I remember I was in college when I first saw My Girl and it automatically became my MOST favourite drama of all time. I rewatched it two years ago just so I can understand my fixation on Lee Dong Wook at that time and why I came to love the show then. But after My Girl, I haven’t watched any LDW shows primarily because those weren’t broadcasted at all in my country. But even with streaming sites, I haven’t really had the heart to watch his other shows... Until Goblin came along and now with Touch Your Heart. Thanks to LDW I was able to overcome my trauma of watching a currently on air drama (after MotA). Credits also to DB for the recaps which got me soooo intrigued that I can’t help watching the previous episodes and be able to catch up with the series.

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Omg yes I watch My girl too from time to time if I’m bored, and man those feels come back whenever I rewatch 😭 the plot is very outdated now but something about this drama just pulls on my heartstring. I thought about watching Hotel King for the sake of seeing Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook together again but i don’t know, I just couldn’t bring myself to watch it and the low ratings didn’t help either. Perhaps I want to preserve that My Girl chemistry they had and didn’t want another drama to ruin it for me. Especially when Hotel King wasn’t really hyped. 😌

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I agree. I guess that’s the reason why I didn’t have the heart to watch his other shows because I would like to preserve the impression I have of My Girl. Lee Dong Wook is definitely at the top of my favourite Korean actors list. He is my first love and has been my one and only favorite until Song Joong Ki came along in DotS, then Park Hyung Sik (SWDBS) and lastly Hyun Bin (MotA). First love never dies. Hahaha!

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My Girl was one of the first kdramas I ever watched and it set the bar high for me for the type of feels a rom com should provide.
It is also one of the very few dramas I have ever rewatched four times. And that is saying a lot coz I’m just not the type who can watch anything twice. It was just such an engaging drama that struck all the right notes for me.
And much as I liked LDW and Lee Da Hae together, I was also smitten by the very young Lee Jung Ki! My first case of SLS 😂

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I loved him in The Recipe. I started out watching Korean films before I really got into K-dramas.

Voices really impact me with actors and actresses and I really like his voice, almost as much as Jung Woo Sung's voice. They both could probably sell me a unicorn over the phone.

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Oh, that tango... 💃😊😈😍

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that's all that needs to be said...
*swoons*

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Lee Dong Wook is one of my most favorite actors, Scent of a Woman is my all time most favorite drama, and 3 of his other dramas: Partner, Wild Romance, and Bubblegum are in my favorite dramas list!

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Scent Of Woman is my crack and healing drama. He had great chemistry with Kim Sun Ah even while promoting this drama. KSA makes really shine her male acting partners.

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Exactly! And I'm not even a fan of her but I agree completely. She does bring out the best in her costars.

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Anyone else love him from Wild Romance?

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Wild Romance has been on my to-watch list forever. Is it worth the watch?

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I remember it being an enjoyable (though nothing special) romcom in the early eps, but then it turned into unexplainable makjang mess in the last 4 or so eps.

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Honestly I loved it and have rewatched (using ff). There’s a murderous stalker, a really goofy OTP who keep giving each other headlocks, secondary couple consisting of a robot and a pervert, Lee Dong Wook snorts when he laughs, and a female lead who is a professional fighter and whose fancy clothes involve bow ties.

There is a makjang plot of a different secondary couple who have professional and emotional struggles. But I prefer to recall the bow ties.

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I might rewatch again when I’m off work....

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I rewatch Wild Romance too ^^

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The first half of it or so is one of my favorite shows. It kind of runs out of steam toward the end. But the interplay between Lee Dong Wook and Lee Shi Young is great, I really liked her character and their wacky best friends.

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I absolutely love the murder side story. I don't know why but I usually enjoy when a sudden slightly dark side arc enters a rom-com.

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Yesssss
I thought they did the whole stalker thing really well.
My main issue is that I didn’t care too much for the baseball manager and his wife (their story is when I fast forward)

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Awwww waeee! I love Oh ManSuk! 😁 But joking aside, yes, I didn't dislike his storyline only because of the actor. I still think his arc and characterization was well done, but not very interestingly. And the reporter! I loved him and his relationship with the leads.

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I dont think i finished this as subs were hard to get back then but i did enjoy the OTP despite that awful hair she had!

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Wil Romance is one of my favorite dramas! I rewatch it quite often!

And Woah! This is such a happy surprise! The last time I talked about it on db everybody seemed to hate it

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So glad to find someone else who likes it! No one ever knows what I’m talking about haha.

I rewatch scenes quite often as well (though I’ve rewatched the whole thing a couple of times). There’s something about the OTP, and then the handsome but tragic nightclub worker, and yes, I sort of love the dark side plot (which i felt like was similar to what Strong Woman Do Bong Soo tried to do, but was done much better, despite being an older, lower budget show with no super powers).

I think it’s because you really felt like the OTP were best friends and had so much in common, from their senses of humor, to egos, to love of baseball. It seemed so natural and real, from their petty fights, to her despair that she’s not girly enough for him, to the swoony shoe tying thing. I’m not sure if any of this makes sense, I just wanted to rant about why I love this show. So glad to know you love it too!!

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Yes! Yes! And YES!
I LOVE the otp SO much! Adding to your list: the way they both had a habit of blurting out the truth.

In my humble and completely uneducated opinion this show was a brilliant study in human nature. From the manipulative mind of the villain and how frighteningly it worked, to the once famous baseball player who suddenly raeched the end, the reporter who admired them but he still gotta do his job, the fiercely introverted girl who chattered when she felt like crying, the father who was dating secretly, the porn star... Every one of them were such uniqe and memorable characters with incredibly well depicted thoughts and motives.
This writer, IMHO, is an expert in psychology, and I don't think beanies will laugh at me when they check out her filmograohy!

SPOILER!!

The shoe tying thing was SO swoony that the first time I watched it when I got to that finale scene by the pool I immediately noticed the changed shoes and thought HA! Stylist error! And then it turned out to be the key and he saw it immediately too and I wanted to WEEP!

I seem to have been waiting for a chance to rant too!!

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Scent of a Woman was one of my first k-dramas (I think it was the second I ever watched) and from then on I knew I'd love him forever lol.

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I first saw LDW in The Beauty Inside, but didn’t recognize it was him until I saw him in Goblin and then rewatched the former. I also have Life on my watch list. He has the saddest puppy eyes I’ve ever seen, though. I think I might cry the entire drama. I am loving him in ROS though. His chemistry with Yoo Inna is unrivaled.

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오빠

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Gosh, I don’t think there are many people with such recognizable eyes as Lee Dong Wook. Their depths just seem to bear the weight of the world. And yet sometimes, I forget how darn funny and quirky he can be in his roles because of the gravitas he can bring to certain scenes. There is nothing like seeing those solemn eyes light up with a smile, for sure.

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Oh, wow, yeah, I remember I replayed that tango scenes so many times, gosh the feels~💘

I really enjoyed his character in My Girl (what a roller-coaster ride drama😂), and I liked Grim Reaper in Goblin. But it's his role as Kwon Jung-rok in Reach of Sincerity that kills me, omg I can't think any other actors that can pull off this role so well like LDW. Such a cute bumbling nerd and full of fluff but very competent at his job. 💖

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I'm one of the weird people who actually developed a soft spot for him because of his stint as host in talk show Strong Heart (sigh, the good old days). That's probably why I watched many of his projects despite thinking that his acting style didn't really suit my taste. It's not until Goblin that I finally saw his appeal as an actor.

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I fell in love with him because of share-house-variety show Roommate, actually.. He seems to be simply kind and sincere person to me. While his acting is kinda unstable and sometimes fell awkward in my opinion, but i just love love him as a human... uri dongwookie oppang ~

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I first saw him in the movie The Recipe, which for some reason was played late at night in the local tv channel, and I just couldn't get him off my head! So happy to find him when kdrama became my staple.
His real life personality seems down-to-earth-fun and deadpan-witty, loved Roommate and hoping he'll do another stint of variety show.

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I loved scent of a woman so much! The tango scenes were smouldering. It was also my intro to eom ki joon as the endearing 2nd male lead and who completely freaked me out as the main antagonist in defendant (I hope he gets his own actor spotlight too, he's great!)

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My love for Lee Dong-wook was solidified during Fugitive of Joseon and ever since he's been a favorite of mine. Thanks for this actor spotlight!

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{{{waving}}} You're doing a great job in Touch Your Heart, Dong Wookie! ♥

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i love him!!!! lol

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I first knew LDW from La Dolce Vita/bittersweet Life in 2008/09, he was beautiful in it, I love him in it. Others of his that I watched and loved was Scent of a Woman (my mom's fav too), Wild Romance, Bubblegum and that guilty pleasure, Goblin.

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