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9 Must-Watch Dramas And Movies Starring ~Rom-Com Queen~ Park Bo Young

Girl's been booked and busy in the mid-2000s!

Park Bo Young is one hardworking Hallyu actress. Don't believe me? Well, she booked her first acting job in 2006when she was only 16 years old, mind youand hasn't stopped working since then! Now 31, Bo Young has amassed a stellar list of acting credits in both TV and film, and has even earned the name ~Rom-Com Queen~ in South Korea! She took a brief break in 2020, but this year, she'll be making her comeback to the big and small screens with two huge projects.

To know more about her works, here are nine of Park Bo Young's dramas and movies you need to watch:

1. Doom At Your Service (Coming soon)

Where to watch it: Viu

The plot: Doom At Your Service is a fantasy drama that follows a man called "Doom" (Seo In Guk) who has the ability to make the things he touches ~disappear~. Park Bo Young plays Tak Dong Kyung, an editor at a web novel publisher who lives an ordinary life until ~fate~ changes everything for her. Doom At Your Service premieres on May 9, 2021.


2. Concrete Utopia (Coming soon)

The plot: Yup, this one's a star-studded film! Park Bo Young co-stars alongside Park Seo Joon and Lee Byung Hun in Concrete Utopiaa thriller movie about "those who survived in a city that went to ruins after a massive earthquake destroyed all the concrete." Bo Young plays Myung Hwa, the warm-hearted wife of Seo Joon's character and is also a former nurse who cares for the injured.

3. Abyss (2019)

Where to watch it: Netflix

The plot: Fantasy fans, this one's for you! Here's the plot, according to Netflix: "A mysterious, mystical marble (aka the Abyss) brings Go Se-yeon (Park Bo Young) and Cha Min (Ahn Hyo Seop) back to life in entirely different bodies—one new and improved, the other not so much—but that doesn't stop them from meeting and falling in love."

4. On Your Wedding Day (2018)

Where to watch it: Netflix

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The plot: This one might look like your typical light-hearted romance film, but be warned: It is one heck of a tearjerker! Park Bo Young plays high school transfer student Hwan Seung Hee and catches the eye + heart of Hwang Woo Yeon (Kim Young Kwang), a fellow student. Woo Yeon pines for Seung Hee over the years but the ~timing~ never was right! After many missed chances in the span of 10 years, the film starts when Woo Yeon receives an invitation to Seung Hee's wedding.

5. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)

Where to watch it: Netflix, Viu

The plot: Strong Woman Do Bong Soon is part action, part romance, and part comedy! Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young) has superhuman strengtha gift that she was born with and which all the women in her family possess. She somehow lands the job as a bodyguard of a gaming company CEO, Ahn Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik), and has to protect him from anonymous threats.


6. Oh My Ghost (2015)

Where to watch it: Netflix, Viu

The plot: In this ~horror + romance~ drama, Park Bo Young plays a shy newbie chef, Na Bong Sun, who has a secret crush on her boss, Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk). When Bong Sun gets ~possessed~ by a virgin ghost (yup, you read that right, LOL), she makes the moves on her boss and tries to hook up with him!

7. The Silenced (2015)

The plot: The Silenced, a critically acclaimed and award-winning film, is set during the Japanese occupation in Korea. Park Bo Young plays Ju Ran, a new student at an all-girls boarding school. All seems well on the surface until students mysteriously go missing. Park So Dam is also part of the cast as one of the students!

8. Hot Young Bloods (2014)

Where to watch it: Viu

The plot: Park Bo Young plays another ~tough~ girl in this teen comedy movie! Hot Young Bloods is set in the 1980s at the Heongseong high school. Gang leader Yong Sook (Park Bo Young) is all tough on the outside, but she harbors a *secret crush* on the school's playboy Joong Gil (Lee Jong Suk).


9. A Werewolf Boy (2012)

Where to watch it: Viu

The plot: This supernatural film stars Song Joong Ki as a half-human, half-beast who is discovered by a young girl, Suni (Park Bo Young), in the countryside. Suni teaches him how to communicate and act like a real person and he ends up falling in love with her.


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