While these Korean actresses are extremely talented and gorgeous, their popularity is not at an deserving level
Jeon Yeo Bin
Prior to “Vincenzo”, Jeon Yeo Bin has delivered spectacular performances in various movies like “After My Death”, “Secret Zoo”, and “Night in Paradise”, each time with a completely different image, showing her great versatility.
However, Jeon Yeo Bin has so far starred in very few dramas, and other than “Vincenzo”, her other series weren’t too successful.
Hopefully, Jeon Yeo Bin will manage to rightfully shine in her upcoming drama project “A Time Called You”, which is adapted from a famous Taiwanest series and features leading star Ahn Hyo Seop.
Kim Hye Yoon
Throughout her career, Kim Hye Yoon has boasted a stunning amount of talents, having played all sorts of roles from villains to protagonists, from hilarious to tragic.
As of the moment, she has scored popular works like “SKY Castle”, “Extraordinary You”, “The Girl On A Bulldozer”, and her role as conniving poor girl Bun Ok in “Snow Drop”, where she starred alongside BLACKPINK Jisoo, also drew a lot of attention.
However, despite her versatility and acting prowess, Kim Hye Yoon rarely gets leading roles. Instead, she’d play minor characters, second female leads, or just cameos – which is a huge pity.
Hopefully, Kim Hye Yoon will get better opportunities in the future, and reach a level adequate of her talents.
Go Yoon Jung
The 26-year-old actress Go Yoon Jung is well-known for her gorgeous visuals, which fits the “diamond ratio”. So far, she has appeared in works like “Sweet Home”, “Law School”, and most recently, “Alchemy of Souls”.
While her screen time in “Alchemy of Souls” was extremely short-lived, the actress still managed to make quite a striking appearance.
With improving acting skills and her unmatched beauty, Go Yoon Jung deserves more chances to prove herself.
Kang Han Na
Despite having starred in various notable works, including “Moon Lovers”, “My Roommate Is A Gumiho”, “Start Up”, and many others, Kang Han Na is not overwhelmingly popular.
The actress recently scored her first leading role in a public K-drama via the historical series “Bloody Heart”, where she boasted an incredible range of expressions and intense chemistry with her co-star Lee Joon.
From villains to bubbly characters, there’s no role that can hinder Kang Han Na. Despite this, however, the actress rarely gets opportunities to shine, and seems to be stuck in second lead roles. With such talents, it’s a waste that Kang Han Na isn’t a top star.