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6 captivating roles of Kim Seon Ho that will surely make you fall in love with him

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We can’t hide the fact that Kim Seon Ho is one of those charismatic and talented actors in this generation. He is an actor under the label of Salt Entertainment who started his career in theatre acting. It was in 2017 when he made his acting debut.

Aside from his attractive dimples, Kim Seon Ho can really captivate you with his charm and skill in acting. Here are 6 roles of him in the dramas which are available as well on Netflix:

Seon Sang Tae (Good Manager)

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Kim Seon Ho made his screen debut in the drama Good Manager in 2017. He plays the role of a naive, diligent, and adorable nerd named Seon Sang Tae. He is the youngest employee in the accounting department. Kim Seon Ho perfectly portrayed his respective role here as a warmhearted and romantic person who becomes even more lovable when his love life starts to bloom.

Oh Jin Gyu (Strongest Deliveryman)

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Followed by his successful screen debut in the same year, Kim Seon Ho transformed into a spoiled chaebol heir who enjoys life lightheartedly in the drama, Strongest Deliveryman. Even if he came from a wealthy family, he is very lonely and has low self-confidence due to his abusive father. From being a bull-headed person, he changes into a different and better person after he becomes a part of the deliveryman community. His character here proves that every person can become a better version of themselves if they are willing and persistent to do so.

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Jung Je Yun (100 Days My Prince)

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We really can’t hide the fact that Kim Seon Ho looks good in whatever wardrobe he wears and 100 Days My Prince is the proof that he can slay as well wearing Korean traditional hanboks. He plays the intelligent, humorous, and charming role of Jung Je Yun who works at the Police Bureau. He has a condition called Prosopagnosia wherein he can’t recognize faces. The only face that he could recognize is Hong Shim’s face whom he has a one-sided love. The crown prince, Lee Yul becomes his romantic rival but it doesn’t affect his loyalty and respect to the crown prince.

Cha U Sik (Welcome to Waikiki 2)

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Cha U Sik is one of the amusing roles of Kim Seon Ho has portrayed in Welcome to Waikiki 2. Cha U Sik desires to become a singer but he ends up running a guesthouse with his friends instead. He is very diligent person and a reliable friend. His character as Cha U Sik can really brighten up your day.

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Han Ji Pyeong (Start Up)

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Han Ji Pyeong is the most heartbreaking yet heartwarming role of Kim Seon Ho in the hit drama series Start Up. His character may have a sharp tongue but he is actually soft inside thus he is called ” Good Boy”. Han Ji Pyeong really induced a great impact for being a “Second Male Lead”, It was heart rending to see him belatedly realize what he truly feel for Dal Mi. Nevertheless, Han Ji Pyeong is really an inspiration to everyone in terms of achieving your dreams.

Hong Du Sik (Hometown Cha Cha Cha)

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Kim Seon Ho plays the role of the master of all trades, Hong Du Sik in currently streaming rom-com healing series Hometown Cha Cha Cha. Hong Du Sik is a hard-working, smart and kind-hearted person who is willing to help others in times of need.

Are you all watching his drama Hometown Cha Cha Cha? while eagerly waiting for more episodes of it, why not watch his other mentioned dramas above?

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Meanwhile, stream Hometown Cha Cha Cha every Saturday and Sunday at 9 PM, KST. available on Netflix.

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