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Park Seo-Joon is without a doubt one of today’s most in-demand K-drama leads. From his supporting roles in dramas like Dream High 2 and One Warm Word, the 31-year-old actor has come a long way. He continues to win over fangirls’ hearts with his bankable acting prowess and obvious charm as a true Hallyu star adored by many.

Are you a Park Seo Joon fan who can’t get enough of him? We’ve compiled a list of seven of his most popular TV shows and movies, all of which are accessible on Netflix and Viu, so you can get your daily dose of PSJ as well. Take a look at them

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1. Fight for My Way (2017)

Fight for My Way follows the storey of a group of determined underdogs who are determined to make their aspirations a reality. Seo Joon plays Ko Dong Man, a retired taekwondo player whose formerly illustrious career was ruined by a terrible occurrence.Dong Man returns to his dream as a nameless mixed martial arts fighter competing for the coveted UFC belt after doing a dull job as a contract employee.

Along the way, he falls for Choi Ae Ra, a department store salesperson who aspires to be a television anchor, who was his childhood best friend. Seo Joon was nominated for many accolades for his performance, including Oustanding Korean Actor at the 13th Seoul International Drama Awards.
Kim Ji Won, Ahn Jae Hong, and Song Ha Yoon also star.
Netflix has it available to watch.

2. Itaewon Class (2020)

Itaewon Class is a critically acclaimed drama starring Seo Joon as Park Saeroyi, who is calm but motivated. The storey begins with the terrible death of Saeroyi’s loving father, whose case is never thoroughly solved as Jang Dae-hee, the CEO of the multi-million dollar food company Jangga Co., intervenes to save his own son from being punished.

Saeroyi seeks vengeance by his own brutal ways, and is soon imprisoned. Years later, he is released from prison and promises to open Itaewon’s best tavern, if only to beat Jangga Co. and knock Jang Da Hee down a notch.
Kim Da Mi, Kwon Nara, Ahn Bo Hyun, Kim Dong Hee, and Lee Joo Young also star.
Netflix has it available to watch.

3. She Was Pretty (2015)

When her now-handsome first love, Ji Sung Joon (Seo Joon), requests a meeting, Hye Jin persuades her stunning roommate to take her place. But things get complicated when she gets a job at Sung Joon’s magazine company, where he openly treats her with contempt and scorn, despite the fact that she is his actual childhood buddy.

Hwang Jung Eum, Go Joon Hee, Choi Si Won, and Jung Da Bin also star.

4. What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim (2018)

In What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, Seo Joon plays Lee Young Joon. Young Joon, the vice president of his family’s business, is so self-absorbed and narcissistic that he scarcely notices the efforts of people around him, least of all his devoted and patient secretary Kim Mi So. Mi So abruptly resigns from her nine-year job, citing a desire for more in life.

resulting in a series of amusing miscommunications that may or may not bring the two diametrically opposed personalities closer together.
Park Min Young, Lee Tae Hwan, and Pyo Ye Jin also star.

5. Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016)

Do you want to see Seo Joon dressed in traditional Korean garb? In 2016, he starred in the period drama Hwarang: The Poet Warrior. The storey follows the formation of the titular Hwarang, a troop of skilled and dashing elite warriors, amidst mounting societal unrest in the ancient kingdom of Silla. Moo Myung, played by Seo Joon, is one of them.

a young man from the lowest social class who rises through the ranks in order to avenge his closest friend’s death at the hands of the Queen Mother’s troops.
Go Ara, Park Hyung Sik, Sung Dong Il, and Choi Min Ho also star.