Wondering where else you can watch Seo-Ye-ji? We gotchu.

Seo Ye-ji is gaining much attention for her breathtaking beauty and incredible acting as Go Moon-yeong in the current K-drama obsession, ‘It’s okay to not be okay’. And as you can see, many have watched the show for Kim Soo-hyun but ultimately was enamored by the unorthodox female lead. Who can agree with me?

If you’re like us who finds it difficult waiting for the next episode to drop, then maybe watching Seo Ye-ji in her past works would somehow alleviate the agonizing wait! That being said, browse through the list of her recent past dramas below!

Lawless Lawyer (2018)

Seo Ye-ji’s latest drama aired 2 years ago in cable channel TVN. She stars as lawyer Ha Jae-yi who values integrity but unfortunately gets suspended for assaulting a judge. She gets recruited to join a firm by Bong Sang-pil (Lee Joon-gi), a former gangster turned infamous lawyer. Together they fight for justice and bring down corrupt politicians the unconventional way – with a bunch of gangsters and misfits.


Save Me (2017)


Arguably her breakout role, Seo Ye-ji made herself known in the acting industry for her portraying Im Sang-mi in the OCN psychological thriller. After going bankrupt, Sang-mi’s family heads to the province and gets entangled in a religious cult. Trying to escape the clutches of the dangerous cult leader, Sang-mi seeks help from her former high-school classmates.


Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth (2016)


Prior to clinching the lead role in ‘Save Me’, Seo Ye-ji played Princess Sook-myung in the star studded drama ‘Hwarang’. The character is a cold and emotionless princess who grew up with a lack of affection from her mother, Queen Ji-so. Although she’s betrothed to King Jinheung (Park Hyung Sik), she has unrequited love for Kim Seon-u (Park Seo-joon).


Moorim School: Saga of the Brave (2016)


If you want to see Seo-Ye-ji in a very different role, then Moorim school is the one to watch. She plays Shim Soon-duk, a quirky and playful student of a martial arts school. Not just focused on academics, Moorim school also tests their students virtues of honor, faith, and sacrifice. We’ll see Soon-duk face these challenges while having Yoon Shi Woo (Lee Hyun Woo) by her side.


Tomorrow is weekend and we’ll finally get another episode of ‘It’s okay to not be okay’! Yey! Once we breeze through the next 2 episodes, you can always check out Seo-Ye-ji’s past dramas as to not miss her too much. I personally recommend you give ‘Save Me’ a try.

Related: ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ is the freshest take on Korean dramas yet

What past works of Seo Ye-ji have you seen already?

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