Bintang Drama Korea yang Paling Jago Nangis

SALAMKOREA.COM – Drama Korea bukan cuma menarik berkat jalan cerita dan karakter yang membuat pemirsa mudah terbawa emosi. Dan yang paling menyentuh adalah ketika salah satu karakter meneteskan air mata. Uniknya, para bintang drama ini bisa menunjukkan emosi dengan menangis tanpa mengurangi pesona mereka.

Para aktor dan aktris drama Korea ini bisa membuat penonton ikut hanyut kesedihan mereka dan penuh haru. Namun meski ada yang mengatakan bahwa mereka enggak peduli dengan bagaimana berantakan penampilan mereka saat menangis, nyatanya



In no particular order, here are just a few of the K-drama actors and actresses who break our hearts with their pretty, pretty tears (chain-reaction criers, beware!):

1. Song Hye Kyo


I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many huge, glassy tears well up in someone’s eyes the way Song Hye Kyo cried in “Descendants of the Sun.” Fans who remember this scene will know that her character had darn good reason to cry at this moment…

2. Park Bo Gum


Park Bo Gum has one of the most dazzlingly charming smiles on the planet, but he can also pull on your heartstrings in an entirely different way with his weeping. How can anyone not feel sad when those puppy-dog eyes fill up with tears?

3. Yoo In Na


Yoo In Na is well-known for her stunning good looks — so maybe it’s no surprise that her tears are devastatingly beautiful, too. (“Goblin” fans, go ahead and try to tell me you weren’t ugly sobbing at this scene. I dare you.)

4. Kim Soo Hyun


Y’all know it’s all over when Kim Soo Hyun’s perfect face scrunches up and the tears start coming (his, and ours). From his musical prodigy character in “Dream High” to the ethereal alien Do Min Joon in “My Love From the Star,” Kim Soo Hyun has given us all the feels no matter what his character is like!

5. Gong Hyo Jin


Gong Hyo Jin is known for often playing spunky, no-nonsense characters, but that doesn’t mean she can’t turn you into a weepy mess in front of your TV/computer screen with her crying scenes. (My personal favorite: “It’s Okay, That’s Love.” *weeps silently*)

6. Ji Sung


Homeboy didn’t win a Daesang for nothing — Ji Sung has shown audiences again and again that he’s a master at portraying a wide range of emotions through dramas such as “Kill Me, Heal Me” and “Defendant.”

7. Park Min Young


Have you ever seen a queen cry as beautifully as Park Min Young in “Queen For Seven Days“? Those tears may as well be a national treasure.

8. Ji Soo


A lot of Ji Soo’s characters have been the angsty types. Maybe that makes it all the more crushing when his characters break down, because this kid’s tears get me every. dang. time.