7 More outstandingly adorable K-drama kids
In my last article, I brought you The 6 most adorable K-drama kids. Thankfully, there is no shortage of cute little kids in Korean dramas, so here are 7 more adorable kids! Don't you just want to pinch their cheeks and hug them?
Hopefully your favorite adorable K-drama kid made the list! Scroll down to see! And be sure to comment below letting us know who your favorite K-drama kid is and why you like them.
1. Byul - Trot Lovers
Byul, Choi Chun Hee's little sister, is such a beautiful and talented little girl. She often joins her older sister in her dream dance sequences and provides some much-needed cuteness to the cast! Just look at those hilarious faces she makes! Her interactions with Joon Hyun are particularly adorable. Yoo Eun Mi has such a good deadpan delivery, and her presence really lights up the scene!
2. Rang - The Night Watchman's Journal
Played by Kang Ji Woo, Rang is an adorable little ghost who looks out for Lee Jin. There's a bit of mystery surrounding who Rang is that I won't ruin for you if you haven't seen The Night Watchman's Journal, but just know that once you find out who she is, you will be even more impressed with Kang Ji Woo's acting! Rang always steals the show when she appears on screen, partly because of how cute she is, but also because she has such a presence.
3. Eun Bi and Jung Bin - Manny
A show surrounding a male nanny is bound to have some adorable kids, and Manny definitely does! Eun Bi (played by Jung Da Bin) and Jung Bin (played by Goo Seung Hyun) are adorable little trouble makers. Both kids struggle with their father's abandonment and the introduction of a new father-figure, Yi Han. As the show progresses, Eun Bi and Jung Bin definitely warm up to Yi Han, and there is an abundance of awww-inducing moments between the main characters and the kids.
4. Soo Jin - Two Weeks
As many people pointed out in the first part of this series, Soo Jin from the intense drama Two Weeks cannot be forgotten as a great K-drama kid! Lee Chae Mi gives a performance to remember as Soo Jin, a beautiful eight-year-old girl with leukemia, whose father, Jang Tae San (Lee Joon Ki), is the only one who can give her the bone marrow transplant she needs to save her life. Soo Jin is absolutely adorable and surprisingly upbeat given her somber prognosis. The father-daughter moments in Two Weeks will absolutely melt your heart!
5. Chan - Pride and Prejudice
Chan is the cutest little boy! He is mute but is the only one who knows the truth of his sister's death so the prosecution team works with him to try and figure it out. I love the interactions between the team and Chan - they treat him so nicely and do everything they can to make him comfortable and happy! Played by Kim Kang Hoon, you can't help but smile when you see his little face. And the hair cut absolutely kills me.
6. Young Goo Jun Pyo - Boys over Flowers
While all the young versions of the members of F4 are adorable, little Goo Jun Pyo is played perfectly by Kang Han Byul! He does the tough guy outside but softy inside wonderfully! Young Goo Jun Pyo is absolutely adorable, and you can't help but go "Awwww!" especially imagining him growing up to be Lee Min Ho! If you ever wondered what happened to this adorable gang of young friends, check out this article!
7. Bom - Thank You
Last but certainly not least we have Bom, played magnificiently by Seo Shin Ae, in the 2007 drama Thank You. The drama also stars Jang Hyuk and Gong Hyo Jin, but Seo Shin Ae holds her own and made Bom one of the most beloved drama characters of all time. Like Soo Jin in Two Weeks, Bom must also deal with a terrifying illness but remains upbeat and positive throughout it all. You can't help but fall in love with Bom and remember her forever.
Which K-drama kid is your favorite? If you can't find your favorite kid on this list, check out Part 1 to this series!
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KD Bonbon loves dogs and enjoys listening to K-pop and watching Korean dramas in her spare time. Whenever she’s not working her 9-5 corporate job, she’s writing for DramaFever News.