K-Pop idol Choi Si-won’s 4 Best K-Dramas you must watch!

Most K-Pop fans know Choi Si-won as the handsome member of popular boy band Super Junior. However, the talented 34-year-old singer is an Award-winning actor starring in numerous K-Dramas and movies. He is the king of dramas appearing in so many series that it’s hard to know where to start. Check out this special list of the best ones for you to watch!

  • Choi Si-won, born on April 7, 1986, is a multitalented South Korean singer, songwriter, model, and actor who leapt to stardom as a member of South Korean boy group Super Junior.
  • Si-won also worked with special dedication as a representative of UNICEF Korea for children’s issues over the last four years. In 2019, he was chosen as UNICEF regional ambassador for East Asia and Pacific.
  • It’s hard to estimate Choi’s net worth. His family is incredibly wealthy with a fortune over $500 million as the owners of the Hyundai Department Store Chain. His father is the CEO of Boryung Pharmaceutical Company. The singer-actor personal earnings and salary are estimated at around $18 million.
Korean superstar Choi Si-won.

4 great K-Dramas staring Choi Si-won to binge-watch!

1) “King of Dramas”

The King of Dramas poster

This series reveals that creating a hit drama show is really tough work. A producer has to deal with an idealist scriptwriter and an arrogant actor and none of them want to compromise their artistic values. Can the 3 put aside their personal differences to make a successful project? Click here to watch "The King of Dramas" on Rakuten TV.

2) “Poseidon”

The Poseidon Team of Korean Coast Guard officers

Choi Si-won plays the lead role in this TV series that focus on the work of a special investigative unit of the Korean Coast Guard. The officers have to fight against a powerful gangster organization and work undercover to stop their ruthless crimes. Click here to watch "Poseidon" on Rakuten TV.

3) “Revolutionary Love”

Revolutionary Love excellent cast

Choi Si-won plays the role of a young boy who comes from a rich family but hides his identity when he falls in love with a working class girl (Kang So-ra). The rich boy is narcissistic and good for nothing, but the woman opens his eyes to the real challenges in life. Click here to watch "Revolutionary Love" on Netflix.

4) “My Fellow Citizens”

We love Choi Si-won in "My Fellow Citizens"

The Super Junior’s singer-actor’s funniest K-Drama role ever! He plays a con man who is also a politician running for office, using all his scheming skills to win the election. His character is married to a policewoman (Lee Yoo-young) and he’s afraid to get caught if she learns the truth about him. Click here to watch "My Fellow Citizens" on Netflix

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