Eye Candy Friday: Go Yeon Woo

Posted August 21, 2020 by Rowena in Features, TV Shows | 2 Comments


Eye Candy Friday is something that I’ve been doing since I first started my personal blog way back in 2003. That first personal blog is long gone but I’ve never really grown out of the eye candy phase. I’m always up for some eye candy. Whether it’s a character from a book (male or female, I don’t discriminate), a character from a movie or TV Show, if I loved them and want to gush about how much I loved them, you’ll find them here. Thanks for coming along for the ride.

This week, I’m featuring Park Hyung Sik as Go Yeon Woo from the Korean Drama, Suits. I was an avid watcher of the American Suits so when I found out that Park Hyung Sik, who I am extremely fond of, plays the Mike Ross character for the Korean Drama, I was sold. I had to find it and I had to watch it and boy am I oh so glad that I did. I completely adored the American Mike Ross. His character was pretty damn awesome and I just really, really loved him but my love for American Mike Ross doesn’t hold a candle to my love for Korean Mike Ross. Sure, I love them both but I think I love Korean Mike Ross a smidge more because I don’t remember ugly crying in the American Suits as much as I did in the Korean one. And Park Hyung Sik’s portrayal of the character was a huge reason. He was just…the best and that is why he is this week’s Eye Candy Friday.







You’re welcome. Until next week, enjoy.

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2 responses to “Eye Candy Friday: Go Yeon Woo

  1. Now Korean Suits wasn’t really on my radar. I got a bit tired of the US Suits and stopped watching but the great things about k-dramas, they keep things to a limited run and don’t drag and ruin shows. Now I feel like I need to watch.

    • It wasn’t on mine either, until I saw who was playing Korean Mike Ross. I freaking love that guy so I was all on board after and I’m not at all mad that I watched it. It was good.

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