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9 K-Dramas and Movies to Watch If You Love Korean Heartthrob Wi Ha Joon

Don't lie, we all got smitten with him after his stint on "Squid Game".
9 K-Dramas and Movies to Watch If You Love Korean Heartthrob Wi Ha Joon
IMAGE Bad and Crazy/tvN, Little Women/tvN, Squid Game/Netflix
Don't lie, we all got smitten with him after his stint on "Squid Game".

Squid Game's meteoric rise to global recognition can be attributed to a bunch of factors, be it the distinct dystopian storyline or the mind-blowing plot twists. Undeniably though, the K-drama's cast members, comprised of industry veterans and new names alike, were partly to thank for its long-lasting impact on viewers everywhere. 

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Among the list of actors in the show was model and actor Wi Ha Joon, who played undercover police officer Hwang Jun-ho. Even if we only got to see him in a couple of sequences, his insanely good looks and prowess as an action-star already had our attention arrested. And it looks like we're not alone on this, since several new shows and movies have been added to his resume post-Squid Game. For more titles you can catch the heartthrob in, keep scrolling. 

9 K-dramas and Movies to Watch Starring Wi Ha Joon


1. 18 Again (2020)

Watch on: Netflix, Viu, Viki, WeTV, iQiyi

37-year-old Hong Dae-young (Yoon Sang Hyun) makes an attempt to rekindle his family's crumbling bond—though, there's just one thing: He astonishingly transformed back into his 18-year old self. Attending his children's school and watching his wife, Jung Da-jung (Kim Ha Neul), from afar, he begins to understand why his home has been on a bumpy road lately. Along the way he butts heads with Ye Ji-hoon (Ha Joon), a charming baseball player who also becomes smitten over his wife.  

Also starring: Lee Do Hyun, Roh Jeong Eui, Ryeoun

2. Romance Is a Bonus Book (2019)

Watch on: Netflix

Childhood friends Kang Dan-i (Lee Na Young) and Cha Eun-ho (Lee Jong Suk) reconnect in the publishing industry after years of being MIA in each other's lives. Their co-workers, Song Hae-rin (Jung Yoo Jin) and Ji Seo-joon (Ha Joon), harbor unreciprocated feelings towards each of them, which leads the four into a complicated love square of sorts.


Also starring: Kim Tae Woo, Kim Yoo Mi

3. With Coffee (2018)

Watch on: YouTube

Lee Ha-min (Ha Joon) and Jang So Myung (Jang So Myung) are two friends who help each other out with job-hunting. A quiant, neighborhood cafe becomes their perpetual meeting place. One cup of coffee at a time, they start to brew an unexpected romance that was a long time coming.

Also starring: Shin Woo Hee, Jang Won Hyuk, Han Se Jin

PHOTO BY With Coffee/Doremi Entertainment

4. Something in the Rain (2018)

Watch on: Netflix

Like any other woman in a man's world, Yoon Jin-ah (Son Ye Jin) faces a couple of extra hurdles when it comes to forwarding her career. One day, Seon Joon-hee (Jung Hae In), the younger sibling of her co-worker, flies back into town as a hotshot animator. The two try their hand at a relationship, but Jin-ah can't help but be wary about the knitted eyebrows directed at their "unusual" age gap. In this show, Ha Joon plays Seung-ho, Jin-ah's brother and Joon-hee's best friend.

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Also starring: Jang So Yeon, Jung Yoo Jin, Joo Min Kyung

5. Bad and Crazy (2021)

Watch on: Netflix, iQiyi

Police detective Ryu Soo-yeol (Lee Dong Wook) doesn't mind cutting corners if it means advancing his career and increasing his payroll. His questionable methods get put on pause when K (Ha Joon), an unhinged, justice-seeking agent teams up with himalbeit, against his will at firstfor a wild ride of a mission.

Also starring: Han Ji Eun, Cha Hak Yeon

6. Little Women (2022)

Watch on: Netflix

The Oh sisters, In-ju (Kim Go Eun), In-kyung (Nam Ji Hyun), and In-hye (Park Ji Hu), enter a bout versus the wealthiest family in Korea after a huge sum of money arrives at their doorstep. At work, In-ju encounters Choi Do-il (Ha Joon), a bigshot graduate who has intel on the clan they're going up against.

Also starring: Kang Hoon, Go Min Jeung, Um Ki Joon


7. Shark: The Beginning (2021)

Cha Woo-sol (Kim Min Suk) gets sent to juvenile prison after he's had enough of his bully, Bae Seok-chan (Jung Won Chang). Fully aware that Seok-chan will exact revenge on him the second he gets out, Woo-sol enlists the help of Jung Do-hyun (Ha Joon), a former MMA champion, to train him for the inevitable rematch. 

Also starring: Lee Jae Kyoon, Bae Myung Jin

8. Midnight (2021)

On the prowl for his next target, Do-shik (Ha Joon) has his eyes set on Kim Kyung-mi (Jin Ki Joo) a deaf sign language counselor at a call center. The two play a nail-biting game of hide-and-seek, with the psychopathic killer relentlessly chasing after Kyung-mi.


Also starring: Kim Hye Joon, Park Hoon

9. Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum (2018)

A gang of vloggers, led by Ha-joon (yes, Ha Joon shares his name with his character in the film), enter an allegedly haunted hospital to do a live broadcast. The group realizes that no amount of views will make their expedition worth it since the horrific lore attached to the building is more fact than fiction. 

Also starring: Park Ji Hyun, Moon Ye Won, Lee Seung Wook

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