All You Need to Know About Top 5 of Gong-yoo’s Dramas and Movies!


Gong-yoo, The Goblin, in real life

Gong Yoo is loved by many people because he starred in drama Goblin, even fans who saw Gong-Yoo like an oppa. Currently, he is not starring in any movies or dramas. But if you miss him, you can always watch one of these!

2007 – Coffee Prince


Han-gyeol (Gong Yoo) is a smart young man who hates to be tied down to one career in his life. Abhorring the idea of joining the family business, he is ordered by his grandmother to manage a cafe. Unable to disobey his grandmother, he reluctantly takes over the responsibility of running the cafe and begins to immerse himself in the gourmet coffee business. One day, he meets Eun-chan, a cheerful girl who has an unpredictable personality, and learns the meaning of true love.  The drama was broadcast from July 2 – August 27, 2007.

Cast of Coffee Prince

  • Gong-yoo as Choi Han Kyul
  • Yoon Eun‑hye as  Go Eun Chan
  • Genres: Food, Friendship, Comedy, Romance

Rating: 15+

Score: 8.4%

Writers: Jang Hyun Joo, Lee Jung Ah

Directors: Lee Yoon Jung

Episodes: 17

AwardsBaeksang Arts Award for Best Leading Actress in TV, PaekSang Arts Award for Best New Television Director

Station TV: MBC

2011 – Silenced


Kang In Ho (Gong Yoo) is on his way to his new job as a teacher at a school for hearing-impaired children in Mujin city when he gets into a minor car accident. As he’s taking his car into a repair shop, In Ho suffers more misfortune when his car is hit again by another car, driven by a woman named Yoo Jin (Jung Yu Mi), who works for the Mujin Human Rights Center.

It doesn’t seem to get any better once In Ho actually gets to his new job. When In Ho meets the school principal and the director of administration, he realizes that they are identical twins (Jang Gwang). The director of administration promptly asks In Ho for a bribe of 50 million won to work at the school.

In Ho quickly realizes that there are other things about this school that don’t quite seem right. The kids are jumping out of windows and showing to up at class bruised and bloodied from the physical and sexual abuse that happen in a back room of the school, which is literally unspeakable for the disabled kids. Released on September 22, 2011.

Cast of Silenced

  • Gong Yoo as Kang In Ho 
  • Jung Yu Mi as Yoo Jin 

Distributed : CJ E&M

Rating: NC-17

Director: Hwang Dong-hyuk

Writers: Hwang Dong-hyuk

Awards: 32nd Blue Dragon Film Awards, 48th Baeksang Arts Awards,  KOFRA Film Awards, Udine Far East Film Festival

2012 – Big


18-year-old Kang Gyung-Joon’s (Shin Won-Ho) spirit suddenly finds itself in the body of 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae (Gong Yoo) . Seo-Yon-Jae is a successful doctor and is engaged to high school teacher Gil Da-Ran (Lee Min-Jung). Gil Da-Ran just so happens to be the teacher of 18-year old Kang Gyung-Joon. More problems ensue when 30-year-old Seo Yoon Jae falls in love with another woman (Bae Suzy). The series ran from June 4 – July 24, 2012.

Cast of Big

  • Goong-yoo as Seo Yoon-Jae
  • Bae Suzy as Jang Ma-Ri
  • Lee Min-Jung as Gil Da-Ran
  • Jang Hee-Jin as Lee Se-Young

Director: Ji Byung-Hyun, Kim Sung-Yoon

Writer: Hong Jung-Eun, Hong Mi-Ran

Station TV: KBS2

Episodes: 16

Rating: 9.1%

Genre: Romance

2016 – A Man and A Woman


Sang-min comes to Finland to send her autistic son to a special camp, but she feels extremely alienated in snow covered-white Helsinki. Ki-hong is an architect working in Finland on dispatched duty. His family is not so perfect either, with a daughter having childhood depression and a mentally unstable wife. The two meet for the first time at the gathering point of this special camp. They get to have a short trip to the camp together in silence, but start to feel comfortable and connected to each other. On their way back to Helsinki, with the road blocked from heavy snow, Sang-min and Ki-hong are isolated in a cabin near a forest and lake. Carried away by irresistible passion, they spend a night together.  Released on February 25, 2016.

Cast of  A Man and A Woman

  • Gong Yoo as Ki Hong  
  • Jeon Do Yeon as Sang Min 
  • Park Byung Eun as Ahn Jae Suk Ha Jeong
  • Park Min Ji as Ha Jeong

Writer & Directors: Lee Yoon Ki

Genres: Romance, Life, Mature

Rating: 7.6%

Distributed: Showbox

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