After having disappeared for 2 years from television dramas, Ji Sung is now back through his latest series The Devil Judge. His role as a judge who mercilessly punishes corruptors who are greedy with power here makes the audience chuckle in awe.
His stunning acting and charisma as Kang Yo Han still hold many mysteries for Kim Ga On. As a senior actor in the South Korean entertainment industry, you must watch the series of Korean dramas played by Ji Sung.
If you like his acting in The Devil Judge, maybe this series of Ji Sung’s best dramas can also enter your watch list:
1. Doctor John
Focusing on the medical world, Doctor John Ji Sung lined up as Cha Yo Han, a professor of anesthesiology specialist with a super genius brain and agile when diagnosing a disease. Behind his genius, Yo Han hides something related to his past. Doctor John also became the first medical drama starring Ji Sung.
2. Familiar Wife
Lee Bo Young’s husband has also tried romance dramas through his role as Cha Joo Hyuk in Familiar Wife. Paired with Han Ji Min as his wife, Familiar Wife revolves around the lives of Cha Joo Hyuk and Seo Woo-Jin who have been married for 5 years.
One day, they suddenly live different lives after their fates change due to an unexpected event.
3. Innocent Defendant
He has also played in a drama that has a similar theme to The Devil Judge, namely Innocent Defendant. Ji Sung as Park Jung Woo, a prosecutor at the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office, is suddenly declared a defendant and must serve the death penalty.
To survive, Jung Woo finally escapes from prison to find the truth about what happened to him.
The actor, who turned 44 this past February, was lined up as an executive at an artist management company named Shin Suk Ho in the drama Entertainer. One time, Suk Ho faced many difficulties and lost everything he had until he ended up being a prisoner.
After his release, he finds Jo Ha Neul (Kang Min Hyuk) and decides to turn him into a famous singer by forming the Entertainer Band.
5. Kill Me, Heal Me
Acting opposite Park Seo Joon, in Kill Me, Heal Me Ji Sung tries out a role that is quite different from before, namely as a rich man who has seven different personalities.
Starting from his role as a teenage girl to an annoying boy, Ji Sung has successfully displayed his totality. Even Kill Me, Heal Me became the most popular drama when it aired in 2015.