1. Ballad Of Seodong (2005), 2. More Than Blue (2009), 3. I am Happy (2009), 4. My Daughter Seo Young (2012), 5. I Hear Your Voice (2013), 6. God's Gift - 14 Days (2014), 7. Whisper (2017), 8. Mother (2018), 9. When My Love Blooms (2020), 10. Mine (2021). Lee Bo Young steadily established herself not only as a beauty queen but also as a talented actor after nearly 20 years in the film industry with a series of films that left a strong impression on the audience. Lee Bo Young has demonstrated her increasingly better acting talent after multiple transformations into various roles. Let's look at the most stunning films in this actress's acting career in this article with Toplist.
- Ballad Of Seodong (2005)
- More Than Blue (2009)
- I am Happy (2009)
- My Daughter Seo Young (2012)
- I Hear Your Voice (2013)
- God’s Gift – 14 Days (2014)
- Whisper (2017)
- Mother (2018)
- When My Love Blooms (2020)
- Mine (2021)
Ballad Of Seodong (2005)
Although Lee Bo Young began acting in 2003, it wasn’t until she played the role of Princess Seon Hwa in Ballad Of Seodong two years later that she really broke through to the mainstream. The third child of King Jin Pyeong of the Silla Kingdom is Seon Hwa. Beautiful Princess Seon Hwa is well known for being. Seo Dong, the prince of the Baekje kingdom, was intrigued by this and sought a way to enter the Silla kingdom with the intention of marrying her. Later on, Seon Hwa was also the one who assisted Seo Dong in obtaining the throne.
With Ballad Of Seodong, Lee Bo Young rapidly won over the audience with her stunning looks, sweet disposition, and competent acting. This is regarded as a significant advancement in the Miss Korea Daejeon 2000 career. She received the New Star award at the 2005 SBS Drama Awards thanks to her portrayal of Princess Seon Hwa. She’s off to a good start with this. The development of the “big sister” of Korean television.
Release date: September 05, 2005
Length: 55 episodes
Genre: History, Romance
Directed by: Lee Byung-hoon
Actors: Jo Hyun-jae, Lee Bo Young, Ryu Jin
Ballad Of Seodong
More Than Blue (2009)
The love story of Kay (Kwon Sang Woo) and Cream (Lee Bo Young) is the subject of the gorgeous yet depressing love song “More Than Blue”. Since they were both orphans growing up, Kay and Cream made the decision to live together and raise their children as a unit. Although they shared a home, they were never a couple, despite Kay’s long-standing love for her neighbor. Kay’s debilitating condition kept him from revealing his affections for Cream. He collaborated with a single man named Joo Hwan for Cream in his final days because he wanted Cream to have someone to look out for and protect him in the future.
“More Than Blue” has dried up many people’s tears with its depressing subject matter and direction from two great actors, Kwon Sang Woo and Lee Bo Young. The popularity of “More Than Bue” was made possible by Lee Bo Young’s natural acting, which seemed to bring the audience into the rhythm of the drama. The movie was a box office sensation in Korea at the time of release. The movie also held the number one spot at the box office for a number of days at the same time.
Release date: March 11, 2009
Length: 105 minutes
Genre: Psychological, Romance
Directed by: Won Tae Yeon
Actors: Kwon Sang Woo, Lee Bo Young
More Than Blue
I am Happy (2009)
I am Happy has the content about Man Soo (Hyun Bin), a man with an ironic situation when his family is poor, his mother loses his memory, and his brother gambles. After the sudden death of his brother and mother, abandoned by his girlfriend because he was too poor, Ma Soo locked himself in his house for several days and was sent to a mental hospital. There, he fantasized about being a millionaire and signed fake checks for patients. Despite psychological instability, Man Soo still likes the head nurse Su Kyung (Lee Bo Young), and always gives her attention and warm words. Su Kyung is a beautiful, gentle person who has to take care of her father who was hospitalized for a long time.
Release date: November 26, 2009
Length: 113 minutes
Genre: Psychological Romance
Directed by: Yoon Jong-chan
Actors: Hyun Bin, Lee Bo-young
My Daughter Seo Young (2012)
“My Daughter Seo Young” a moving film about a father-daughter relationship, depicts the family history of the girl Lee Seo Young, who is portrayed by Lee Bo Young. Lee Bo Young’s acting did not become any better for a while. She appeared in Becoming a Billionaire, Bravo, My Love! and the Golden House, although none of those shows garnered much attention. When she joined My Daughter Seo Young in 2012, good fortune smiled. The film earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the prestigious Baeksang Awards with a rating of 50%. Actor Lee Bo Young’s name began to shine from this point on and she formally joined the ranks of the best actors in the kingdom of kimchi.
Seo Young and her identical twin brother Sang Woo (Park Hae Yin) were raised in a low-income household with the hope of one day becoming respectable physicians. Seo Young’s father gambles, despite the fact that she and her mother work hard to earn and save money. The incident came to a head when Seo Young’s mother’s hard-earned savings for the two sisters were stolen by Seo Young’s father, resulting in her mother’s heart attack death. Seo Young felt bad for her father when her mother passed away because he was the major culprit even though he expressed regret. Seo Young tutors rebellious young master Kang Woo Jae (Lee Sang Yoon) in order to make ends meet. While teaching the young master of the Kang family, the two fell in love and decided to get married. At this time, Seo Young lied about her background because she was afraid of being discriminated against in terms of background and status. However, this always made her feel remorseful and tormented.
Release date: September 15, 2012
Length: 50 episodes
Directed by: Yoo Hyun Ki
Actors: Lee Bo Young, Lee Sang Yoon
My Daughter Seo Young
I Hear Your Voice (2013)
I Hear Your Voice not only represents a turning point in Lee Bo Young’s career in Korean cinema, but it also raises awareness of the female artist among global viewers. The quest for justice, faith in the rule of law, a lesson in forgiving others, and letting go of animosity are all themes throughout I Hear Your Voice. The excellent storyline, the talented ensemble, and especially the hot-tempered chemistry of the lead characters gave the film a powerful resonance. I hear your voice is a significant turning point in Lee Bo Young’s acting career.
The film opens with a case from many years ago in which Jang Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young) just so happened to be a witness to a murder that was misdiagnosed as a car accident. Min Joon Guk, the case’s perpetrator, threatened her, saying he would exact retribution once he was freed. When Park Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk), the victim’s 10-year-old son, learned of this, he made a commitment to defend Hye Sung from the murderer. As the years go by, Soo Ha develops the power to read people’s minds, which turns her into a mutant. He still wishes to see Hye Sung in order to keep his earlier vow. Since then, their “sister” love has also been developing over time. In the film, Lee Bo Young created a lawyer who had a demeanor that was upbeat yet haughty, reckless, and ecstatically reflecting the character’s psychological transformations in a very delicate way. Together with Lee Jong Suk, the duo portrayed a tender and sincere sisterly love story that left a lasting impression on viewers.
Release date: June 05, 2013
Directed by: Jo Soo Won
Actors: Lee Bo Young, Lee Jong Suk
I Hear Your Voice
God’s Gift – 14 Days (2014)
Lee Bo Young returned after “I Hear Your Voice” and after getting married to Ji Sung, and in the Korean crime drama “God’s Gift – 14 Days”, she proceeded to prove her attractiveness. In addition, this is the first time Lee Bo Young has attempted a new character, namely that of Kim Soo Hyun’s mother. Lee Bo Young demonstrated her excellent acting talents as a mother who has lost her daughter and is inconsolable. God’s Gift – 14 Days received an overall rating of 9.3 percent, with the highest episode receiving a rating of 10.7 percent.
Kim Soo Hyun traveled back in time as a result of his daughter’s unjust death. Kim Soo Hyun has just 14 days to try to find a means to save her kid, and detective Dong Chan (Jo Seung Woo) is there to assist her. Following numerous trials, Soo Hyun also revealed the identity of the murderer. When the audience learns the real identity of the case’s culprit, they will be in shock. This particular episode is regarded as the film’s ground-breaking plot turn.
Release date: March 03, 2014
Length: 16 episodes
Genre: Time travel, Thriller
Directed by: Lee Dong-hoon
Actors: Jo Seung Woo, Lee Bo Young
God’s Gift – 14 Days
Following the success of the popular TV show, Lee Bo Young was given a significant role in Whisper. Lee Bo Young has transformed into Shin Young Joo, a fiery police officer who constantly stands up for what is right, because of her exceptional acting abilities. Young Joo used every available measure to seek justice after his father was wrongfully accused of the crime by influential people. Judge Lee Dong Joon (Lee Sang Yoon), who was previously incredibly clear-headed and morally upright but was also seduced by money and position, is approached by the woman. She tries to get him to team up with her so they may combat social inequalities.
After the drama “My Daughter Seo Young”, Lee Bo Young and Lee Sang Yoon reunite in “Whisper”. The on-screen couple Lee Bo Young and Lee Sang Yoon are also referred to as the “national couple” because their role-playing and juggling in the film are so seamless. The highest episode had a 20.3 percent rating, and the drama’s average rating is 15.58 percent. The female protagonist in Whisper also helped Lee Bo Young win the Best Actress prize at the 2017 SBS Drama Awards. She transforms into a tough and gritty policewoman in one of her most memorable and remarkable portrayals.
Release date: March 27, 2017
Genre: Action, Detective
Length: 17 episodes
Directed by: Lee Myung Woo
Despite being married and having kids, Lee Bo Young continues to put in a lot of effort when filming, and one must acknowledge that her charisma has never diminished on television. Lee Bo Young made a comeback in 2018 with “Mother”, a piece on pure mother love. As Soo Jin, a migratory ornithologist serving as a temporary homeroom teacher in Hye Na’s (Heo Yool) class, Lee Bo Young assumes the role of this character. Because of a difficult time she had previously had with her mother, which led to her obsession, Soo Jin had never thought she would make a decent mother.
However, when discovering that Hye Na showed signs of being abused by her biological mother and her mother’s lover, Soo Jin chose to become Hye Na’s mother. But she made a bold decision to fake a disappearance and then fly away with Hye Na. Faced with this situation, Soo Jin couldn’t avoid the trouble of carrying a baby without adult consent. However, during the escape, there were also moments of peace between the two. This Korean drama has really touched the hearts of viewers – mothers and society. During the press conference for the film “Mother”, Bo Young also cried when sharing that she decided to participate in this film in the hope of raising people’s awareness about the issue of child abuse. Lee Bo Young’s outstanding acting continues to enter the hearts of fans.
Release date: January 24, 2018
Genre: Family, Romance
Directed by: Kim Cheol Kyu
Actors: Lee Bo Young, Heo Yool
When My Love Blooms (2020)
Lee Bo Young has returned to the melodrama series to further her career after appearing in the psychological and criminal series. The subject of When My Love Blooms is the romance between Han Jae Hyun (Yoo Ji Tae) and Yoo Ji Soo (Lee Bo Young). They were each other’s first loves, and destiny brought them back together after a long time apart. They unintentionally find themselves in a contradictory circumstance and fall in love again. However, Han Jae Hyun is currently married, while Ji Soo is a single mother.
Lee Bo Young, known for having outstanding acting skills that allow the actress to convey every gesture, line delivery, and eye contact in the most flexible and natural way possible, did not let the audience down during her performance. inner depth’s part in When My Love Blooms. It depicts a smart woman who is trying to manage her emotions, entrancing viewers with a range of emotions that are both simple and profound, powerful and frail, and coupled with first love. a mature and intense love of many calculations in their twenties. When My Love Blooms’ writer and director, in fact, very cleverly selected a cast with talent and talent to produce a work that pleases viewers and helps to uphold the reputation of actor Lee Bo Young.
Release date: April 25, 2020
Directed by: Son Jung Hyun
Actors: Yoo Ji Tae, Lee Bo Young
When My Love Blooms
Mine is a drama about the Korean elite following Sky Castle or Penthouse. Not a woman suffering because her daughter died or a policewoman trying to find out the truth, this time Lee Bo Young has “transformed” to become the daughter-in-law of a tycoon. The character that Lee Bo Young takes on is Hee Soo, she was originally an A-list star but fell in love with the second son of the Hyo Won group – Han Ji Young. Since then, she officially entered the moat and has the responsibility to teach her husband’s stepchild. Hee Soo did not expect that the place that is considered a lavish and splendid moat would be extremely harsh with the pitfalls waiting.
Lee Bo Young has shown to be significantly more powerful after making a comeback to the small screen. Along with excellent acting, Lee Bo Young “dazzles” spectators with the luxury of expensive, branded clothing. The show Mine has “rolled” fans from the start since it focuses on the lifestyle and secret lives of the exceedingly wealthy. In the near future, it is anticipated that the film will get more explosive.
Release date: May 08, 2021
Directed by: Lee Na-jung
Actors: Lee Bo-young, Kim Seo-hyung, Lee Hyun-wook, Ok Ja-yeon