In our book, there can never be too many K-drama heartthrobs to swoon over. One newbie that's currently on our radar is Yoo In Soo, who's already become a familiar face in some of our favorite high school dramas.
While we most probably recognize him for his supporting roles, we have no doubt that In Soo is totally leading man material—we mean, he did get nominated for a Baeksang Arts Award, after all. To catch more of him, check out the titles we listed down below.
Here are 7 K-dramas to watch featuring Yoo In Soo:
1. Sweet Revenge (2017)
Watch on: Viki
Ho Goo-hee (Kim Hyang Gi) is sick of going to school and constantly getting picked on by bullies like Choi Il-jin (In Soo). The tables get turned one day when she discovers an app on her phone that can exact revenge on anyone whose name she writes on it.
2. School 2017 (2017)
Watch on: Netflix, Viu, Viki
Even with her low academic ranking, Ra Eun-ho (Kim Sejeong) has her sights set on attending a prestigious arts college. A curveball gets thrown her way when she gets accused of being "Student X," an anonymous prankster causing havoc around campus. With the help of student body president Song Dae-hwi (Jang Dong Yoon), she goes on a witch hunt for the real Student X. In this show, In Soo plays Min-joon, one of Eun-ho's schoolmates.
3. Tale of Fairy (2018)
Watch on: Viu, Viki
Centuries ago, a mystical fairy named Sun Ok-nam (Moon Chae Won) marries a mortal woodcutter. When he passes away, she waits for 699 years for him to reincarnate. In the present day, Ok-nam encounters college professors Jung Yi-hyun (Yoon Hyun Min) and Kim Geum (Seo Ji Hoon) while working at a cafe, and she gets a strong feeling that either one of them might be her first love. In Soo joins the cast as one of Yi-hyun's students at their university.
Also starring: Jeon Soo Jin, Kang Mi Na
4. At Eighteen (2019)
Watch on: Viu
After getting vindicated for a violation he didn't commit, wallflower Choi Joon-woo (Ong Seong Wu) transfers schools. There, he meets Yoo Soo-bin (Kim Hyang Gi), Ma Hwi-young (Shin Seung Ho), and Hwang Ro-mi (Han Sung Min), with the latter even developing a crush on him. This is to the dismay of Yoo Pil-sang (In Soo), who's interested in Ro-mi.
Also starring: Kang Ki Young, Moon Bin, Kim Do Wan
5. At a Distance, Spring Is Green (2021)
Watch on: Viki, IQiYi
Born to an affluent family, high school freshman Yeo Jun (Park Ji Hoon) seems like he has everything figured out. Jocks like Han Jung-ho (Lee Woo Je) and Oh Chun-gook (In Soo) practically cling to him because of his wealth. For a school project, he gets grouped with Nam Soo-hyun (Bae In Hyuk) and Kim So-bin (Kang Mi Na), two juniors who have drastically different lifestyles from him. As unlikely as it is, a bond starts to form between the three.
Also starring: Kwon Eun Bin, Choi Jung Woo
6. All of Us Are Dead (2022)
Watch on: Netflix
A band of students, namely Nam On-jo (Park Ji Hu), Lee Cheong-san (Yoon Chan Young), Choi Nam-ra (Cho Yi Hyun), and Lee Su-hyeok (Park Solomon), must find their way out of their zombie-infested campus. Proving to be an unexpected yet bigger adversary than the undead is school bully Yoon Gwi-nam (In Soo).
Also starring: Lee Yoo Mi, Kim Byung Chul, Im Jae Hyuk
7. Alchemy of Souls (2022)
Watch on: Netflix
Jang Uk (Lee Jae Wook) comes from a noble clan in the country of Daeho, but his reputation as a troublemaker have people regarding him differently. He gets a servant named Mu-deok (Jung So Min), who is actually a skilled warrior trapped in the body of a weak commoner. In this fantasy-drama, In Soo portrays Park Dang-gu, the heir to a wealthy family whose main interests are partying and partaking in gossip.
Also starring: Minhyun, Yu Jun Sang, Lee Ha Yul
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