– In Korean dramas, there are also protagonists whose behavior makes them emotional.
– Some of these Korean dramas are popular and achieve high ratings.
The Korean Drama Protagonist Who Was Blasphemed By The Audience – Movies and series always have characters that have been plotted to carry out their respective roles. Both protagonist and antagonist roles. The protagonist has a role as a figure whose job is to invite the sympathy of the audience. However, in his journey, the protagonist is not always a good character.
Even in Korean dramas, the protagonist is not always presented as a good person. Sometimes they like to confuse the audience whether they want to blaspheme or support. So, there are times when the actions of the main character, aka the protagonist in Korean dramas, actually make the audience antipathy.
Who are they? Let’s see the discussion below.
1. Mishil (The Great Queen Seon Deok)
The Great Queen Seondeok is a best-selling Korean drama in 2009. It tells the story of the power struggle between Queen Deokman and the seal keeper Mishil. Deokman (Queen Seondeok’s nickname) was born as twins but separated when they were babies. He is then brought back to the Silla palace, where he joins his twin sister Princess Cheonmyeong (Park Yeh-jin) against Mi Shil (Ko Hyun-Jung), who wants to seize power. Mishil devised an evil plan for the two princesses of Silla to be exiled from the kingdom.
Although in this Korean drama Mishil is an annoying character, she is a smart woman. Many of his crimes are difficult to read by his opponents, let alone the audience. His cold heart even towards his child often makes the audience angry with him. However, the intelligence of Mishil’s character makes the conflict in this drama undeniably also amazed.
2. Baek Seung-jo (Playful Kiss)
This Korean drama adapted from the Japanese comic by Tada Kaoru entitled Itazura Na Kiss tells the story of Oh Ha-ni (Jung So-min) who is an ordinary and unpopular student who falls in love with the school’s dream boy, Baek Seung-jo (Kim Hyun-Min). Joong). However, Baek Seung-jo is not as good as male characters in Korean dramas in general.
He is arrogant, difficult to talk to, rude, and even always treats Oh Ha-ni cruelly. This attitude also tends to make the audience unsympathetic. In fact, until the middle of the drama, Seung-jo didn’t pay attention to the girl who liked him. This also makes the audience curious whether Seung-jo will have the same feelings or not. However, when Ha-ni starts to give up and leaves, Seung-jo always stops her. Bump, right?
3. Yoo Jung (Cheese in the Trap)
Cheese in the Trap tells the complicated relationship that occurs between a student named Hong Seol (Kim Go-eun) and his senior named Yoo Jung (Park Hae-jin). Hong Seol takes a part-time job to pay for college and living expenses. Meanwhile, Yoo Jung is a handsome guy who always gets good grades, has an athletic body, and has a good personality. Behind his popularity, Yoo Jung has a dark side.
Among the many romantic comedy Korean dramas, Yoo Jung’s character is the scary one. Even though he is smart, rich, and handsome, his dark side is annoying. When he is annoyed with someone, he will teach that person a lesson in a scary way. At the beginning of the episode, Yoo Jung always annoys Hong Seol and treats Hong Seol like trash, and looks at him with a horrible look.
4. Kim Joo-young (Sky Castle)
Sky Castle tells the story of four families who live in an elite settlement called Sky Castle. The special housing for doctors makes parents ambitious to make their children enter the medical school at Seoul National University. There is one parent who is willing to do anything, including hiring a tutoring teacher at an expensive price so that his child will graduate.
However, the teacher is slowly destroying their family. He is Kim Joo-young (Kim Seo-hyung). Throughout the drama, he seems so cold, self-confident, and completely devoid of empathy. In fact, in the past, she did not hesitate to kill her husband to get custody of her child. Not infrequently many spectators are upset to see this attitude.
5. Lee Tae-oh (A World of Married Couple)
The character, played by actor Park Hae-Joon, is currently being talked about by some people. How not, A World of Married Couples is currently achieving high popularity and the ratings for each episode are always soaring.
Tae-oh is told to have another girl in his life and lie to his wife and only child. Despite having an affair, Tae-oh is always kind and considerate to his wife and child. His hypocritical attitude inevitably made the audience want to blaspheme him with animal words. In fact, it’s not only hypocritical, but the audience is also furious at Tae-oh’s manipulative and ignorant behavior.
Well, those are the five Korean drama protagonists that make viewers often want to blaspheme their behavior. Do you agree with the list above? Who are the other protagonists in Korean dramas that manage to piss you off?