Every drama with a Girls' Generation member as its lead actress is definitely worth watching but here are the dramas worth watching again, and again.
In no particular order, here's our top 7~
The 2012 drama where YoonA portrayed the role of the shy Kim Yoon-hee, and the cheerful girl Jung Hana.
Plot: It's love at first sight when Seo In-ha (Jang Keun-suk) and Kim Yoon-hee (Im Yoona) meet as shy university students in the seventies. It takes time for the hesitant pair to finally voice their feelings, but circumstances beyond their control send them down different paths. In 2012, In-ha (Jung Jin-young) is now unhappily married to Baek Hye-jung, one of Yoon-hee's former best friends. He has never gotten over his first love, and when he runs into Yoon-hee (Lee Mi-sook) after so many years, the two reconcile and look forward to making up for lost time.
In-ha's son Seo Joon (Jang Keun-suk) is a photographer, and he bumps into Yoon-hee's daughter Jung Ha-na (Im Yoona) by chance. Unlike her mother, Ha-na is a cheerful and vivacious girl, and though they initially find each other troublesome, even as they argue, they can't help but be drawn to each other. Gradually their feelings develop, and Joon and Ha-na fall in love.
Unaware that their children are dating each other, Seo In-ha (Jung Jin-young) and Kim Yoon-hee (Lee Mi-sook) announce that they are getting married, which will make Joon and Ha-na step-siblings. As both couples deal with the shock, Joon and Ha-na struggle with sacrificing their love for their parents' long-aborted happiness. -Wiki
Prime Minister and I
The 2013 Drama where YoonA had the chance to showcase her versatility as an actress once again.
Plot: At 42 years old, Kwon Yul (Lee Beom-soo) is South Korea's youngest prime minister ever. On top of his reputation of being an honest man of the utmost integrity, he's also a widower as his ex wife died in a car accident 7 years ago and raises his three children alone. But what the public doesn't know is that despite his perfect image, Yul is actually a struggling father devoid of even the most basic of parenting skills. Nam Da-jung (Im Yoona) is a journalist from Scandal News who resorts to writing for a trashy tabloid to support her ailing father, but when she chases Prime Minister Kwon for a lucrative exposé, she ends up scooping a whole lot more than she bargained for and the two end up in a contract marriage. -Wiki
Dating Agency: Cyrano
If you have problems with dating, SooYoung's former agency could be the answer for you. This romance-comedy aired back in 2013, and even though it was just SooYoung's second drama after 'The 3rd Hospital', you can really see that she has a knack when it comes to acting.
SooYoung played the role of Gong MinYoung, one of the members of the dating agency who believes that true feelings of her clients are more important than profit.
Plot: This drama is about a dating agency that orchestrates romantic scenarios for paying clients, all in an effort to raise enough money to save an old theater. After Seo Byung Hoon (Lee Jong Hyuk) loses his best friend in an accident, the once-renowned theater director suffers from guilt and decides to save his late friend's theater troupe. Using his masterful stage skills, he forms the Cyrano Dating. -Wiki
Going back to 2009, this where YoonA played the role of the aspiring designer named Seo Yoojin who has a sharp sense of style and a lot of pride.
Plot: Modeled after a more modern, masculine version of Cinderella. Dae-san is a clothing designer who operates a small shop in Dongdaemun Market and dreams of wealth. He meets Joon-hee one day, the heir of a fashion empire, who invites him to become him. Eventually, Dae-sun outsmarts the boss, Lee Jae-min, and eventually finds true love. -Wiki
This was Yuri's first lead role in a drama, and she passed it with praises from the directors. (About the story or ending, we'll leave it to your preference)
Fashion King tells the story about a young aspiring designer Kang Young-gul (Yoo Ah-in) who has nothing and starts his fashion business as a vendor on Dongdaemun Market. He has never had any goals or dreams for a bright future until he meets Lee Ga-young (Shin Se-kyung) who loses both parents in an accident at a young age and grows up into a smart, determined young woman with a natural talent for designing. After receiving a scholarship to the New York Fashion School, Ga-young travels to America hoping to achieve her dream of becoming a designer.
Meanwhile, Jung Jae-hyuk (Lee Je-hoon) is a second-generation chaebol to a large enterprise that covers construction, distribution, and fashion, while his ex-girlfriend, Choi Anna (Kwon Yuri) now works under a top internationally renowned designer. Gradually, Jung Jae-hyuk loses interest in Choi Anna and sets his sights onto Lee Ga-young. But Ga-young's heart is for Young-gul, and Young-gul's heart is for Anna, so will this love square ever be settled? And who will win and become Fashion King? -Wiki
Although it was just a supporting role, Jessica still managed to surprise fans with her acting skills. Along with that was her kissing scene with Lee Dong Wook which surprised us even more.
In this drama, Jessica played the role of Muyeol's ex-girlfriend which was played by Lee Dong Wook.
Plot: Brash, arrogant Park Mu-yeol (Lee Dong-wook) is the star player of the pro baseball team Red Dreamers, renowned for both his skill and his bad temper. Stubborn bodyguard-by-trade Yoo Eun-jae (Lee Si-young) hates him; she's a lifelong fan of the Blue Seagulls, the Red Dreamers' rival team. The two mortal enemies are suddenly thrown together by fate.
A chance meeting during a drunken night of karaoke leads to a scuffle, which former judo athlete Eun-jae easily wins, flipping Mu-yeol on his back. The fight was captured on video however and soon erupts into a huge scandal, with Mu-yeol's reputation and Eun-jae's career as a bodyguard at stake. To fix things, their respective employers agree to assign Eun-jae to act as Mu-yeol's bodyguard. The mismatched pair are now around each other round the clock, and in the midst of constant battling and working to find each other's weak spots, they find out more about each other than they realized. -Wiki
Jessica's Kissing Scene
My Spring Days
In 2014, SooYoung was back to show how talented and charming she is through this melodrama where she acted alongside Kam Woosung.
Plot: Lee Bom-yi (Choi Sooyoung) was once a terminally ill patient, but she's been given a second chance at life after getting a heart transplant and now lives each day to the fullest. She meets Kang Dong-ha (Kam Woo-sung), the CEO of Hanuiron and a widower with two children who lost his wife to an accident. Bom-yi falls for Dong-ha, not knowing that her donor was Dong-ha's wife. -Wiki