May is the month of dramas. Almost every week sees a new drama premiere, from Baby Faced Beauty to Best Love to Lie to Me to Romance Town to City Hunter to RipleyMeerkat wrote a post about the leading ladies of May, and so here, I offer men galore. I am not liable for any heart attack you may suffer from the pics below. Just sayin'.

Baby Faced Beauty:

Daniel Choi

Daniel Choi in Baby Faced Beauty

Best known for his role in High Kick Through the Roof, Daniel Choi brings out the funny for his role in Baby Faced Beauty. As Choi Jin Wook, he is an aspiring fashion designer who ends up working alongside Lee So Young (Jang Nara) in a design company. The thing is, everyone mistakes Jang for a younger woman, and so he thinks he is her oppa (older brother) and sunbae (senior). Ha! Wait until he finds out Jang Nara is older than him. Baby Faced Beauty premiered on May 2 on KBS.

Best Love:

Cha Seung Won

Cha Seung Won in Best Love

Cha Seung Won has recently been seen playing a badass (ATHENA) and a cold-hearted ambitious politician (City Hall). Basically - not nice guys. He turns his image a complete 180 as Dokko Jin, the vain, glorious actor whom all of Korea worships in Best Love. He sees himself as God's gift to the world - and so he doesn't get why he's attracted to someone as humble as Goo Ae Jung (Gong Hyo Jin), a has-been idol singer.

Cha Seung Won in Best Love

Yoon Kye Sang

Yoon Kye Sang in Best Love

I cannot skip Yoon Kye Sang (Road No. 1, Who Are You) even though he's not the main male lead. As Yoon Pil Joo, he plays dorky to the hilt, making him absolutely lovable as the Oriental medicine doctor who has no idea about the celebrity world. K-drama tropes say he won't end up with Goo Ae Jung. *Sigh. They could have been humbly dorkable together. Best Love premiered on May 4 on MBC.

Lie To Me:

Kang Ji Hwan

Kang Ji Hwan in Lie to Me

Kang Ji Hwan is the master of drama and comedy, able to tug your heartstrings and make you crack up over the most insane situations. Don't believe me? Watch Coffee House. In Lie to Me, Kang plays Hyun Ki Joon, your typical neat-freak, cold chaebol (son of a conglomerate-owning family) who gets caught up in a scandalous rumor that he's married to Gong Ah Jung (Yoon Eun Hye). Oh geez - like that's a bad thing? Anyways - he can't handle being married to a lowly civil servant (it'll ruin his image!) but we all know that K-drama trope dictates they end up together. It's fun to see him alternate between being amused by Ah Jung, and being completely annoyed by her lies. Also, when he switches between control freak, and a man-boy who cowers when his Auntie CEO kicks him in the shins. Lie To Me premiered on May 9 on SBS.

Romance Town:

Jung Gyu Woon

Jung Gyu Woon in Romance Town

Headlining this relatively under-the-radar drama, Jung Gyu Woon is Kang Gun Woo, the lovable chubby rich kid who studies abroad in America and comes back looking hawt! While it is easy to dismiss his character as a cold chaebol as well, he is actually someone who has a heart. It's just that when he's betrayed by those close to him, he becomes hard-hearted. Who can blame him?

Kim Min Joon

Kim Min Joon in Romance Town

Special shout-out to Kim Min Joon! Previously seen in Insoon is Pretty and Damo, Kim steals the spotlight in every scene he's in as Kim Young Hee, a playful rich kid who's best friends with Gun Woo and has got a thing (maybe) for his maid, Da Kyum (played by Min Hyo Rin). Romance Town premiered on May 11 on KBS.

City Hunter:

Lee Min Ho

Lee Min Ho in City Hunter

The epitome of "flower boy" (considering he was one with Boys Over Flowers), is there anything left to be said about this hot leading man? Lee Min Ho stars as Lee Yoon Sung, a brilliant MIT graduate working in the communications department of the Blue House. Though the story of City Hunter is strikingly different from the original manga that it's based on, at least it has one thing similar: hot leading man. He stars opposite Park Min Young (Sungkyunkwan Scandal). City Hunter premieres on May 25 on SBS.


Micky Yoochun

Micky Yoo Chun Ripley 2

Ripley is special in that there are two leading males vying for Lee Da Hae's affections. First up is Micky Yoochun, part of JYJ and last seen in Sungkyunkwan Scandal. He plays Yukata, a chaebol son who gets caught up in Jang Mi Ri's (Lee Da Hae) web of lies. Poor guy - can't he just get the girl with his good looks? Micky Yoochun has got it good though, nabbing such a high profile role after a good debut in Sungkyunkwan Scandal. (I won't call it a smashing debut, since I think he was well overshadowed by Yoo Ah In and Song Joong Ki.)

Kim Seung Woo

Kim Seung Woo in Ripley

On the other end of the spectrum, we have drama veteran Kim Seung Woo (IRIS), a fantastic actor who still sizzles onscreen. (I do have quite the penchant for older men - so Kim Seung Woo is more my cup of tea than Micky Yoochun.) He is a hotelier who came from a poor background and worked hard, controlling every aspect of his life, to reach the top. No doubt he'll be unraveled by the enigmatic Jang Mi Ri. Ripley premieres on May 30 on MBC. So there you have it - six leading men (and a few supporting leading men) for six hot dramas. Anyone else you'd like to give a special shout out to? And which one has got you hook, line and sinker for his drama? For me, it's Jung Gyu Woon - I'm sold for Romance Town and buckling in for the ride!