Ji Hyun Woo revealed which dramas he’s been watching these days.

During an interview, the actor shared he’s a fan of “Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food,” “Waikiki,” and “Should We Kiss First.”

Ji Hyun Woo, who received much love in the past as the ‘nation’s younger man’ along with other actors such as Lee Jong Suk and Park Seo Joon, joked, “The character Seo Joon Hee [played by Jung Hae In] from ‘Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food’ has become the ‘nation’s younger man.’ I’ll just have to accept that fact now.” Then he added, “Rather than having mixed feelings about such things, I simply enjoy the drama. It’s an excellent drama.”

Furthermore, Ji Hyun Woo said, “I like it to the point where it makes me consider acting in such a drama. Even though I’m not a younger man or I don’t have many lines, I would like to act like I’m in a music video with music flowing in the background. It was charming to break down the barriers of the viewers and directly lead their emotions though the drama.”

The actor also mentioned “Should We Kiss First,” saying, “I watched the drama because of Ye Ji Won, but Kam Woo Sung‘s acting was amazing. It’s great because it’s a different melodrama than ‘Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food.’ I watched both dramas from the female viewers’ point-of-view.”

As for “Waikiki,” Ji Hyun Woo commented, “I enjoyed watching ‘Waikiki’ as well. It’s like MBC’s drama ‘Three Guys and Three Girls.’ I acted with Lee Yi Kyung before, and I think the combination of the three guys and three girls fit together very nicely.”

Ji Hyun Woo’s newest movie “True Fiction” was released recently. The mystery-thriller movie revolves around a politician named Kyung Seok (Oh Man Seok) who visits a villa to hide his father-in-law’s secret fund. There, he meets a suspicious young man named Soon Tae (Ji Hyun Woo) and gets involved in a shocking incident.

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