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Kim Soo-Hyun Is Back In A K-Drama! Here's A List Of His Onscreen Partners

As we count down the days until we see South Korea’s beloved actor Kim Soo-hyun back in K-Dramaland, we relive his onscreen chemistry with these actresses

The comeback is real!

Anticipation is growing stronger for the return of South Korean top actor Kim Soo-hyun through the upcoming tvN drama Psycho But It’s Okay (It’s Okay to Not Be Okay) after a two-year hiatus during which he fulfilled his military duties. The series will be released on June 20, 2020.

His last small screen appearance was on the KBS drama The Producers five years ago. Reported to be one of the highest paid actors in South Korea, Kim Soo-hyun is also a multi-awarded star who earned critical acclaims for several television and film projects. He was also listed under Forbes “30 under 30” Asia in 2016 as one of the young influential people in their fields.

His breakthrough performances on the youth musical drama Dream High, co-starring with Suzy and IU, and the hit period drama Moon Embracing the Sun led him to skyrocketing popularity. This was followed by the hit fantasy romance comedy My Love from the Star with actress Jun Ji-hyun that catapulted him to international fame.

Kim Soo-Hyun K-Dramas Kim Soo-hyun in (from left) "Dream High," "Moon Embracing the Sun," and "My Love from the Star"


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Prior to accepting the role for Psycho But It’s Okay, the handsome 32-year-old actor made high-profile cameos on top-rating dramas Hotel Del Luna and Crash Landing On You.

Slated to be available for streaming on Netflix, Psycho But It’s Okay is a healing drama that revolves around a man working in a psychiatric ward and a woman, a children’s book author, who has an antisocial personality disorder. 

Kim Soo-hyun will star opposite actress Seo Ye-ji. She began her acting career via the sitcom Potato Star and played remarkable lead roles on the psychological thriller Save Me and the legal drama Lawless Lawyer


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As we excitedly wait for Kim Soo-hyun to grace the small screen once more with his unique charisma and incredible acting, let’s take a look back on his beloved shows and the leading ladies he shared enduring chemistry with.

Check out the gallery below:

Kim Soo-hyun displayed a natural, heart-fluttering chemistry with his leading ladies so it wouldn’t be a surprise if he and  actress Seo Ye-ji would captivate the viewers’ hearts too in an instant. It’s exciting to think about how they would light up the screens with Psycho But It’s Okay. Thankfully, we’ll find out soon enough. Mark your calendar: June 20, 2020.

Lead photos from Ziozia (Kim Soo-hyun), J.Estina (IU), Stonehenge (Jun Ji-hyun), CLIO (Gong Hyo-jin), (Bae Suzy), KoBiz (Han Ga-in), and background by Sergei Akulich on Unsplash