Did you enjoy our The 10 Hottest Asian ‘Bagel’ Girls blog? To be fair, we decided to follow up with guys — Flower Boys to be exact!
A “Flower Boy” is a term used to describe males with pretty faces and delicate features. They have well-groomed, polished looks and perhaps seem metrosexual. But, in fact, they have bodies that might surprise you, too!
Here are our picks for the 13 Manliest Flower Boys that show it’s possible to be blessed with an angel face and a devilish body. Let us know if you agree with our list and vote for your favorite manly Flower Boy below!
Song Joong Ki
Song Joong Ki rose to fame with his roles in “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” and variety show “Running Man.” However, it was his starring turn in “The Innocent Man” that truly solidified his acting cred. Song Joong Ki has been missing in action due to Korea’s mandatory two-year military service, but he is expected to return in May, so get ready!
Jang Geun Suk
Jang Geun Suk started out as a child actor, but he has grown up quite nicely, if we don’t mind saying so ourself! Do you know he speaks three different languages (English, Japanese and Korean), sings and plays guitar? Check out these talents on display in “You’re Beautiful” and “Marry Me, Mary!”
This cutie debuted as the youngest member of Taiwanese pop group Fahrenheit in 2005. Since then, Aaron Yan has branched out into acting, with leading roles in “Just You” and “Fall in Love With Me.” We definitely want to see Aaron Yan spend more time on the small screen. How about you?
Lee Jong Suk
There’s no way we could leave out fan favorite Lee Jong Suk! He made the right decision to leave modeling behind and dive into acting, as his rising popularity is thanks to his roles in “School 2013,” “I Hear Your Voice” and, most recently, “Doctor Stranger.”
Lee Min Ho
It was love at first sight for many fans of Lee Min Ho after seeing him playing the charismatic Goo Joon Pyo in “Boys Over Flowers,” but the love grew as you followed him in “Personal Taste,” “City Hunter,” “The Great Doctor” and “Heirs.” Which Lee Min Ho character is your favorite?
Kim Woo Bin
Our favorite second lead from “Heirs” is a must-have on this list! At first glance, Kim Woo Bin gives off a cold vibe (maybe leftover Blue Steel poses from his former modeling days). But then as you look deeper into his beautiful eyes, you realize he has a warm side that melts your heart. Catch more of him in “School 2013” and “A Gentleman’s Dignity”!
George Hu has spent the past eight years building up his acting career, and it has paid off as he has gained huge popularity from leading roles in “Love Around,” “Love, Now” and “Love Cheque Charge.” Love seems to be a common theme here, and it makes sense with a heartthrob like George who oozes romance!
Kim Soo Hyun
How could we not adore Kim Soo Hyun, right? He can act, sing and just look so crazy handsome. We’ve watched his career skyrocket from “Dream High” and “The Moon Embracing the Sun” to “My Love From the Star.” We can’t wait for his future work!
Check out his jealous “aegyo” scene from Episode 15 of “My Love From the Star.”
Our Kim Bum love affair started with the epic “Boys Over Flowers,” when we all rooted for the Yi Jung-and-Ga Eul (played by Kim So Eun) couple. Since then, he has developed his acting skills with roles in “That Winter, The Wind Blows” and “Jung Yi, the Goddess of Fire,” as well as the Chinese drama “V Love.”
He probably wasn’t on your radar before, but “Love Myself or You” has put Jasper Liu on the map. His signature curly, broccoli hair is all natural and reminds us of a cute poodle. Jasper recently celebrated his birthday on August 12, and we hope he had a great one!
Nam Woo Hyun
It looks like the main vocalist of the K-pop group Infinite caught the acting bug from fellow members Hoya (from “Answer Me 1997”), L (from “Cunning Single Lady” and “She’s So Lovable”), and Lee Sung Yeol (co-star from “Hi! School: Love On”). Nam Woo Hyun is known for his fan service but combined with his killer abs, he’s simply irresistible!
Im Si Wan
As a K-pop idol, it’s always hard making the transition into acting, but Im Si Wan recently received critical acclaim for his role in “Triangle.” Now, you can catch him in “Incomplete Life,” which just premiered on October 17! Do you enjoy seeing him more on the small screen or the stage?
After only two years in the industry, Yuki Furukawa’s big break came in 2013 when he landed the role of Naoki in “Mischievous Kiss: Love in TOKYO.” His Japanese is perfect, but Yuki also is fluent in English, which he gets to show off in the teaser episode of the second season “Mischievous Kiss 2: Love in TOKYO.” A guy who can speak multiple languages is just so dreamy!
Which Flower Boy is your favorite? Vote and don’t forget to mention who we missed in the comments!
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