... this is exactly what the world needs: A Lee Jun-ki Hair Post!!!
Warning: this guy has had some crugly hair... But you know you truly admire somebody if you don't care in the least.
(The usual rule applies: This list is not comprehensive - but is representative of what I have seen Lee Jun-ki in)
The King and the Clown (2005) as Gong Gil
Lee Jun-ki's hair in The King and the Clown ratings: 10/10
My Girl (2005) as Seo Jung Woo
Lee Jun-ki's hair in My Gril ratings: 2/10
Fly, Daddy, Fly (2006) as Go Seung Suk
Lee Jun-ki's hair in Fly, Daddy, Fly ratings: 5/10
Time Between Dog and Wolf (2007) as Lee Soo Hyun/Kay
Lee Jun-ki's hair in Time between Dog and Wolf ratings: 8/10
Iljimae (2008) as Ryung/Geom
Lee Jun-ki' hair in Iljimae ratings: 9/10
Arang and the Magistrate (2012) as Eun Oh
Lee Jun-ki' hair in Arang and the Magistrate ratings: n/a
And as a Bonus: Miscellaneous HairWe all know that drama hair is not all the hair there is. In fact, drama hair is only a very small portion of the hair there is to an actor. I don't want to create the longest blog entry ever by discussing pictures of Lee Jun-ki's various and multiple hairstyles (we've done that with someone else already, have we not, lafer?) but I do want to add some more pretty pictures.
I find pre-army photos very intriguing. In them, we get to see the actors without any make-up and with almost no hair to hide behind. What we get is pure face - it's as if they were kinda naked. Kinda. Like so many that go in, Lee Jun-ki looks like a sixteen year old...
... and out he comes, not having aged a single day. Might he be a vampire? Here, we see Joongi, eager and ready for work and action. Cute.
Swiss Hair!I studied Joongi quite intensively last year when he was very, very close to me. Unfortunately, only on Twitter pictures. It's a shame I didn't see him for real, cause I would have told him, as any good noona would, that this reddish phase of his is a no go. "Go black", I would have told him, "or brownish, if black doesn't do. But not red, please."
Dishevelled Selca Hair!
He posted this picture a short while ago. Finally I get to see the dog! The famous dog! Sorry, Joongi, but I much prefer Park Shi-hoo's cute kitty Jam-i. Though your dog could also go as cat, methinks... There is not much hair to be seen in this picture, but you look good dishevelled and unshaven (yes, I see the trace of a moustache). And the hair is black. Thank you.