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Your Ultimate Wi Ha-Joon Drama Guide

Can’t wait to see how 'Little Women' concludes? Still wary of Choi Do-il’s motives? Why not cross another Wi Ha-joon drama off your list in the meantime?

How much do we love thee, Wi Ha-joon? Let us count the ways. 


If you’ve been glued to your screens on weekend nights, trying to understand what the heck is going on in Little Women, well… you’re not alone. And just like Oh In-joo unnie, you’ve probably fallen captive to the mysterious charms of Wi Ha-joon’s Choi Do-il. Do we trust him? Current events have us swaying one way, but as with all things Little Women, we’re never too sure. Even with just two episodes left.


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Wi Ha Joon plays Choi Do-il in ongoing K-drama 'Little Women' and stars alongside the inimitable Kim Go-Eun | tvN, Netflix


Born and raised on the island of Soando in South Jeolla Province, Wi Ha-joon studied theater and film at Sungkyul University before debuting in 2012. K-drama veterans have probably met Wi Ha-joon in Something in the Rain, in which he took on a supporting role as Jung Hae-in’s character’s younger brother.


Most of us, however, took notice of him in the critically acclaimed series Squid Game, where he played the courageous police officer Hwang Jun-ho. Ha-joon has received multiple nominations for Best New Actor, including a Baeksang Arts Award one for his work in Romance is a Bonus Book. Although his time as Choi Do-il is coming to an end, we will be seeing him very soon in the horror period thriller Gyeongseong Creature alongside Park Seo-joon and Han So-hee. 


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Hwang Jun-ho (Wi Ha-joon) suits up in 'Squid Game' and is on a mission to uncover the truth | Netflix, tvN
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While waiting with bated breath for Little Women’s last two episodes this weekend, why not go through our Wi Ha-joon drama guide and cross another one of this hottie’s works off your to-watch list?


Below, we list the complete 10 K-dramas you can see this up-and-coming hunk of an actor in, including guest appearances and leading roles, so you don't miss a thing.


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