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7 best leads in K Dramas who are the definition of the green flag

7 best leads in K Dramas who are the definition of the green flag

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Finding a potential partner with green flags may not be that simple in real life, but we see them aplenty in K-dramas. While there are many 7 best leads in K Dramas signs of a personality with green flags, in a relationship, it’s more or less about the behaviors a person displays in order to support their partner in all aspects of life.

Here are 7 best leads in K Dramas who are the definition of green flags:

1. Kim Seon Ho as Hong Du Sik in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha

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Kim Seon Ho played Hong Du Sik in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha following his breakthrough performance

in Start-Up. A multi-talented individual named Hong Du Sik lives in the Korean town of Gongin, beside the

sea. With the arrival of Yoon Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah), who is utterly opposed in her views, love eventually

knocks on Du Sik. Hye Jin earns a significant income to support her opulent lifestyle while Du Sik works

hourly. Despite having different socioeconomic situations, Du Sik never feels threatened and encourages

Hye Jin in all she attempts. We call him a talking, walking green flag.

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2. Nam Joo Hyuk as Jung Joon Hyung in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo

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The excellent swimmer Jung Joon Hyung is portrayed by Nam Joo Hyuk in the film Weightlifting Fairy

Kim Bok-joo. Joon Hyung’s life comically becomes entangled with that of aspiring weightlifter Kim Bok

Joo (Lee Sung Kyung; the two even dated in real life!). Despite having to deal with his own pain, Joon

Hyung never stops supporting Bok Joo and is always there for her when she needs him. He’s one of our

fave figures flying green flags because of this.

3. Jo Jung Suk as Dr. Lee Ik Jun in Hospital Playlist: 7 best leads in K Dramas

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Dr. Lee Ik Jun from Hospital Playlist, played by Jo Jung Suk, is our second and more apparent choice. Ik

Jun has had a long-standing infatuation on his closest friend Chae Song Hwa, but he never pushes his

feelings on her. Instead, he’s ready to go out of his way to make her laugh (which it usually does!). Ikjun

does, however, express his love while patiently waiting for Song Hwa to take action on her sentiments.

Thanks to Ik Jun’s green flag personality attributes, their slow-burn love tale is highly captivating.

4. Lee Junho as Gu Won in King the Land

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Being a chaebol heir and all, Gu Won (Lee Junho) in King the Land may love himself a little too much, but

we see him loosen up with Cheon Sa Rang (YoonA), the love of his life. Gu Won is Sa Rang’s continuous

support system, helping her with everything from asking her permission before their first kiss to having

adult dialogues without being overly emotional.

5. Hyun Bin as Ri Jeong Hyeok in Crash Landing on You

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Even if you’re not the greatest fan of K-dramas, you’ve probably heard of or even seen Crash Landing on

You, which stars Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin in the roles of cross-border lovers Ri Jeong Hyeok and Yoon Se

Ri as portrayed by Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin in real life. Because of his unwavering loyalty to Se Ri and his

protectiveness of her, Jeong Hyeok is not only our ideal “green flag” but also hers.

6. Kang Tae Oh as Lee Jun Ho in Extraordinary Attorney Woo: 7 best leads in K Dramas

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Kang Tae Oh’s breakthrough performance was in Extraordinary Attorney Woo as Lee Jun Ho. Woo Young

Woo (Park Eun Bin), a young autistic lawyer, works at the legal company where Jun Ho is an employee. Jun

Ho appreciates Young Woo’s eccentricities, which anybody else could find bothersome. The fact that Woo

Young can always rely on Jun Ho gives him an unquestionable “green flag” in our book.

7. Ahn Bo Hyun as Moon Seo Ha in See You in My 19th Life

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The last choice on our list is more recent; Ahn Bo Hyun plays Moon Seo Ha in See You in My 19th Life and

is presently dating BLACKPINK member Jisoo in real life. Seo Ha meets Ban Ji Eum (Shin Hye Sun), a lady

with the capacity to remember her former incarnations, while working through his childhood trauma.

When someone claims to have supernatural talents, one would find it difficult to accept them, but not Seo

Ha. Along with believing her, he goes above and above to support Ji Eum and comprehend her needs.

There, it is a green flag!

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