The new year is getting off to a great start! South Korea is poised to host the Winter Olympics, and dramaland is ready to draw us in. From medical to romance, you are bound to find the K-drama of your dreams! DramaFever already has a stellar line-up waiting for you, and these are the leading men who are anxious to draw you into their enchanting fictional worlds right now.

1. Lee Jae Yoon (33) -" target="_blank">Call Me Mother

Lee takes on the role of the kind and caring Jin Hong. He has feelings for the leading lady and puts his life on the line to protect her and the abused child she has kidnapped. His good guy role is sure to make him a target to the villains, but we hope justice prevails in the end.


Call Me Mother

Starring Lee Bo Young and Lee Jae Yoon

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2. Go Kyung Pyo (27) -" target="_blank">Cross

This star reminds us of the lovable boy-next-door, but his new role in Cross walks the fine line between good guy and villain. He portrays genius Dr. Kang In Kyu, whose main focus is getting revenge for his father's murder.

3. Ji Jin Hee (46) -" target="_blank">Misty

The acting icon returns to the small screen as public defender Kang Tae Wook. Kang's marriage to Korea's top anchorwoman is already strained, and his new role as her legal defense in a murder case just makes matters even more complicated.

4. Kim Jung Hyun (27) -" target="_blank">Go Go Waikiki

Kim stars as movie director Kang Dong Goo, who is struggling in the highly competitive film industry. The guesthouse, which Kang and his friends start to fund their own film, proves to be more than they can handle. Kang juggles the new business, the burden of taking care of his little sister and dealing with his ex-girlfriend.


Go Go Waikiki

Starring Kim Jung Hyun (1990) and Go Won Hee

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5. Lee Sun Gyun (42) - My Mister (premieres on March 21)

The beloved actor is set to play middle-aged architect Park Dong Hoon. Park is the middle son in a large family, and develops a relationship with a temporary office employee in her 20s.


My Mister

Starring Lee Sun Gyun and Lee Ji Eun (IU)

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6. Lee Joon Hyuk (33) - A Poem A Day (premieres in March)

His on-screen character Ye Je Wook is a rehabilitation therapist and teacher. He takes on a team leader position at the hospital where he meets fellow therapist Woo Bo Young, who is a poet at heart. I'm guessing the pair is destined for a love story.


A Poem a Day

Starring Lee Yoo Bi and Lee Joon Hyuk

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In the first half of 2018, which leading man will you be rooting for the most?

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