What better way to celebrate the ultimate sageuk hero’s comeback to our small screens, than rifling through his repertoire of looks, costumes and disguises? Continue reading “Some of Lee Joon Gi’s Best Looks in Historical Costume”
One thing Lee Joon Gi does best, is playing those dramatic sageuk roles. There’s no denying he’s always awesome in costume, especially the hanbok. It’s been said he can pull off any look under the sun, whether his character is an outstanding citizen, outlaw or ruffian.
Master of disguise, Lee Jun ki
And with the airdate of his latest sageuk reaching closer and closer, it has me looking back at Lee Joon Gi’s past roles in a historical drama. Which actress suited him best, and which was your favorite? I love all the female costars in his past 3 sageuks so this is going to be a tough choice.
A true playa. Lee Joon Gi has played gunman, phantom thief, magistrate and nobleman. And soon in 2015 we’ll watch him pull off the role of scholar and vampire. You’ll have to give him credit for diversifying his roles. How many K-drama actors can say they’ve had such a uniquely patterned acting resume?
That smile should come with a hazard warning: hot!
He’s also had some of the most talented and beautiful costars. These leading ladies made great chemistry with the top actor and gave us some memorable pairings. But who was the perfect match?
Sageuks have always been my thing and incidentally the first Kdrama I ever saw was a sageuk/historical drama.
Since then I’ve never stopped looking out for great historical/period dramas with a little bit of fusion if available.
They may not be the best ratings magnet but many can deliver a meaty offering to satisfy most tastes.
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