Now that hit K-Drama 'I do, I do' has ended, we'd like to put some extra spotlight on the underrated actor who stole the hearts of fans and helped make the drama a success. Park Geon Hyeong is the man behind Dr. Jo Eun Sung, the kind-hearted and charismatic OB/GYN who had Viki fans chanting "Team Gyno" all through the series. If I do I do was your first taste of this talented actor's work, here are some of his other movies and shows!
Mr. Wacky (생날선생) is the hilarious story of a playboy who is forced to teach high school for two years. Of course, he's very popular with the female students and teachers alike -- but will he learn to focus on his teaching instead of getting distracted? This film is available worldwide.
[caption id="attachment_1450" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Girls love the new teacher, "Mr. Wacky"[/caption]
Innocent Steps (대선의 순정) is about a championship ballroom dancer who recruits a new dance partner from China, but the girl happens to get switched with her sister, who can't dance at all. You can see our favorite "Doc" doing the splits and gliding across the dance floor as he transforms the new girl, Moon Geun Young, into a proper dancer. This film is available worldwide except in select countries, like the USA and China.
[caption id="attachment_1451" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Park Geon Hyeong and Moon Geun Young star in Innocent Steps[/caption]
Kingdom of the Winds (바람의 나라) is a historical drama where Park Geon Hyeong plays Prince Do Jin, best friend and rival of main character Muhyul (Song Il Kook). Watch these two great actors fight for their respective kingdoms and the woman they love in this action-packed, high energy drama, available to viewers in the Americas.
[caption id="attachment_1452" align="aligncenter" width="347"] Prince Do Jin, from Kingdom of the Wind[/caption]
We hope that the talented, hard-working Park Geon Hyung can play the lead next time he acts with Kim Sun Ah, but until then we can continue to enjoy his performance across all these different genres.
[caption id="attachment_1453" align="aligncenter" width="500"] The irresistible "Doc" from I do I do[/caption]