Feeding Your Korean Drama Addiction is back by special request! Here are the Korean dramas that made viewers cheer for the second lead, and don’t forget to share to share your own cases of Second Lead Syndrome in case I miss them.
Feeding Your Korean Drama Addiction: 7 Cases Of Second Lead Syndrome
1. Heirs (2013)
Would Cha Eun Sang ever realize how perfect Choi Young Do is for her? Or, would she always sleep through those soft, loving looks he gives her.
2. Greatest Love (2011)
Will the geeky, gorgeous doctor actually get the girl in the end?
3. I Do, I Do (2012)
It was so hard to choose between the hot doctor ajusshi and the cute unemployed dongsaeng as they battled for the love of the lead lady played by KDrama Goddess Kim Sun Ah. Anyway, it looks like doctors in KDrama Land do get the girl (every now and then).
4. She is 19! (2004)
Doctors have a hard time in KDrama Land, even when they’re played by the incredibly “sexy-cutie” guy Kim Jae Won!
5. Boys Over Flowers (2009)
Because I really can’t stand Lee Min Ho although I know he’s SUCH a great actor. What’s wrong with me?!
6. Triple (2009)
Was I the only one who watched this and cheered for the hot ajushhi played by Lee Jung Jae instead of the cute schoolboy played by Song Joong Ki?
7. Chuno (2010)
First loves don’t always end up as last loves, which I know all too well.
So, what’s your case of Second Lead Syndrome?