Top 5 of Choi Won-Young’s Drama and TV Show List
1. Beautiful Days (2007)
Beautiful Days is a drama written by Hong Young-Hee and Lee Sang-Min and directed by Jeon Chang-Geun which was aired by KBS2 for a total of 149 episodes. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays the role of Im Kyung-Ho.
This drama depicts the desperate hopes and loves of the people of the 1970’s when the majority of families had four children. The true-to-life characters and the humorous language they use add fun to the drama. It is an opportunity to meet with down-to-earth and well-familiar neighbors and receive vitality from them. All of the drama’s characters are successful, but this is not a story of their success. Through the four siblings who were born in a marketplace, grew up there, and left on a quest for a better life but eventually returned, this drama sends a message of strong family ties and reconciliation.
2. The Great Queen Seondeok (2009)
The Great Queen Seondeok is a drama written by Kim Young-Hyun and Park Sang-Yeon and directed by Park Hong-Kyun and Kim Keun-Hong which was aired by MBC with a total of 62 episodes. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays the role of General Gye -Baek.
This drama tells about Deokman who was born a twin but was abandoned as a baby. She was later brought back to the Silla Palace where she joined forces with her twin sister Princess Chonmyong to oppose Mi-shil, who wanted to seize power. Mi-shil develops a sinister plan to have the two Silla princesses exiled from the kingdom, and in a secretive battle, Princess Chonmyong was assassinated by Mi-shil. But, Princess Deokman shrewdly enlisted the help of General Kim Yusin and eliminated her archenemy Mi-shil. She became the first female ruler of the Silla kingdom.
3. 3 Days (2014)
3 Days was a pretty popular drama in 2014. The drama is written by Kim Eun-Hee and directed by Shin Kyung-Soo and was aired by SBS for a total of 16 episodes. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays the role of Kim Do-Jin.
This drama tells about the South Korean president traveling to a villa on vacation. After three gunshots are fired, he disappears. His bodyguard Han Tae-kyung (Park Yoo-chun) then attempts to find the president.
4. Second 20s (2015)
This drama is written by So Hyeon-Kyeong and directed by Kim Hyeong-Sik and was aired by tvN with a total of 16 episodes. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays Kim Woo-Chul. In addition, the drama also stars Choi Ji-Woo as Ha No-Ra, Lee Sang-Yoon as Cha Hyun-Suk, and Kim Min-Jae as Kim Min-Soo.
This drama tells about how Ha No-Ra dreamed of becoming a dancer when she was younger. She met her future husband, Kim Woo-Cheol, when she was only 19 years old and became a mother unexpectedly. Since then, she was focused on her life as a wife and mother. Ha No-Ra then decides to attend the same university as her 20-year-old son Min-Soo and faces life a second time like a twenty-year-old.
5. Doubtful Victory (2017)
Doubtful Victory is a drama aired by SBS with a total of 40 episodes and is written by Lee Hyun-Joo and directed by Shin Kyung-Soo. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays the role of Jang Pil-Sung.
The drama is about a fake detective, Oh Il-Seung (Yoon Gyun-Sang), who punishes evil and regains his real life.
Kim Jong-Sam was framed for murder and received the death penalty. He is in prison for 10 years, but he breaks out. Circumstances lead him to take up the identity of Jin Jin-Young (Jung Hye-Sung).
Choi Won-Young in While You Were Sleeping
1. While You Were Sleeping (2011)
In the drama While You Were Sleeping, Choi Won-Young gained increasing popularity. The drama is written by Ma Joo-Hee and directed by Park Gyung-Ryeol and was aired by SBS with a total of 120 episodes. In this drama, Choi Won-Young plays the role of Yoon-Min-Joon.
The drama tells about Yoon-Min-joon who is Shin-Young’s husband. He works in the sales department of a food company. He is a good husband and loves his wife.
Ko Hyun-Sung is the chief obstetrician in the hospital. Hyun-sung suffers from her love for her first love Yoon Min-joon while being married to her husband Jae Hyuk-Jin (Lee Chang-Hun). Her misery turns her character darker until she makes Shin-Young fall into a vegetative state.
2. While You Were Sleeping (2017)
In While You Were Sleeping in 2017, Choi Won-Young plays the supporting cast as Hong-Joo’s father. The drama was very popular in 2017 and is written by Park Hye-Ryun and directed by Oh Choong-Hwan and Park Soo-Jin and was aired by SBS for a total of 32 episodes. The drama became very popular because it stars Bae Suzy and Lee Jong-Suk.
This drama tells about Hong-Joo (Bae Suzy) who lives with her mother and helps her run a pork restaurant. Hong-Joo is haunted by seeing the future deaths of others in her dreams. Jae-Chan (Lee Jong-Suk) is a rookie prosecutor. He meets Yoo-Beom (Lee Sang-Yeob) at the prosecutors’ office. Yoo-Beom was Jae-chan’s private tutor when Jae-chan was a student, but an incident caused Jae-chan to dislike him.