Becoming an Antagonist in Korean Drama The Glory, Here Are 5 Films Starring Lim Ji Yeon

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The beautiful actress Lim Ji Yeon has recently been busy being discussed for her extraordinary acting skills where she plays Park Yeon Jin in the popular Netflix drama “The Glory” with Song Hye Kyo and Lee Do Hyun.

This Korean drama is his first drama playing an antagonist role, even so, Lim Ji Yeon is still able to act as a bully figure perfectly.

Before starring in the Korean drama “The Glory”, Lim Ji Yeon previously also starred in several films. So, here are five films starring Lim Ji Yeon!

1. Obsessed (2014)

This film tells the story in 1969, Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong (Song Seung-Heon) has returned to South Korea after fighting bravely in the Vietnam War. He is trusted by the Army Chief who is also his father-in-law and is respected by almost everyone at the military base. Nevertheless, Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong suffers internally from his experiences in the war.

One day, Kyung Woo-Jin (On Joo-Wan) is transferred to work for Kim Jin-Pyeong. Kyung Woo-Jin is the type who will do anything to please his boss. Soon, Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong meets Jong Ga-Heun (Lim Ji-Yeon), the wife of his new subordinate. The couple also moves into the house across the street from Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong and his wife (Cho Yeo-Jeong).

 

One fateful night, Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong seduces a caged bird on his neighbor’s porch. A suffocating obsession soon begins between Colonel Kim Jin-Pyeong and his subordinate’s wife.

2. The Treacherous (2015)

This film tells the story of Prince Yeonsan (Kim Kang-Woo) going mad when he kills those responsible for his mother’s death. He appoints his old friend Im Soong-Jae (Ju Ji-Hoon) and his father for the position of retainer. They were then ordered to gather beautiful women from all over the country to please Prince Yeonsan. Women were taken regardless of their marital status or social class, causing widespread outrage.

Dan-Hee (Lim Ji-Yeon) is a beautiful woman, but she is a butcher from the lower class. He saved Im Soong-Jae from danger and then asked him to take him to the palace. Im Soong-Jae refuses due to personal reasons.

Nevertheless, Dan-Hee soon enters the palace. Im Soong-Jae becomes conflicted and the Prince lusts after the beautiful Dan-Hee.

3. Luck-Key (2016)

This film tells the story of Hyung-Wook (Yu Hae-Jin) who is a contract killer with a 100% success rate. One day, he went to a public bath and put on some soap. Paramedics, including Ri-Na (Jo Yoon-Hee), take him to the hospital.

Meanwhile, Jae-Sung (Lee Joon) is a rookie actor. He had no money and couldn’t even pay his rent. He decided to kill himself, but first he wanted to clean himself up. He went to the public bath. There, he notices a well-dressed Hyung-Wook wearing an expensive watch. When Hyung-Wook slips on the soap, Jae-Sung walks over and, on a whim, exchanges locker keys with him.

When Hyung-Wook wakes up in the hospital, he can’t remember anything about himself. He doesn’t even know his own name. From the items gathered from his locker at the bathhouse, he learns that his name is Jae-Sung. With Ri-Na’s help he is able to go to his rundown apartment. Both men adjust to their new life.

4. Tazza: One Eyed Jack (2019)

This film tells the story of Do Il-Chool (Park Jung-Min) who has a talent for playing poker and he is the son of Jjakgwi. His father was a gambler and had one ear cut off after he was caught cheating. Il-Chool meets mysterious gambler Aekku (Ryoo Seung-Bum) and gets involved in the world of ultimate gambling.

5. Spiritwalker (2021)

This film tells the story of a man who cannot remember his own identity. He wakes up in a different body every 12 hours. In this film, Lim Ji Yeon plays Moon Jin-A.

So, those are 5 films starring Lim Ji Yeon. How? Interested in watching?

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