Iconic Kissing Scenes from your favourite K-dramas

K-drama kisses are getting bolder, but the past decade has also given us some unforgettable, intense make-out sessions that fans cherish. These older shows hold a special place in viewers’ hearts, with certain kisses etched into their memories.

If you’re a fan longing to revisit the steamy scenes from K-dramas, here are our top picks for the best-kissing scenes from the last decade. Get ready to relive the romance!

Business Proposal (2022)

Iconic Kissing Scenes from your favourite K-dramas: Business Proposal

Business Proposal offers double the fun with Ahn Hyo-Seop and Kim Min-Kyu competing for your attention. Ahn Hyo-Seop and Kim Se-Jeong heat things up with a sultry night proving that women like it on top, while Kim Min-Kyu delivers a passionate kiss after removing his glasses, creating an internet sensation. This drama brought some of the most memorable kisses in recent K-drama history.

While You Were Sleeping (2017)

While You Were Sleeping features multiple kissing scenes, but the standout is a kiss in the rain between Nam Hong-joo (Bae Suzy) and Jung Jae-Chan (Lee Jong-Suk). Nam Hong-Joo, plagued by future-predicting dreams, finds herself entangled with prosecutor Jung Jae-Chan and police officer Han Woo-Tak (Jung Hae-In). The passionate rain kiss happens twice—once in a dream and once in reality—captivating fans with its romantic intensity.

What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim (2018)

The unforgettable make-out scene in What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim has left a lasting impression on fans. CEO Lee Young-Joon (Park Seo-Joon) finally abandons his restraints when his girlfriend, Kim Mi-So (Park Min-Young), stays the night.

The episode 13 scene, turning into a full lovemaking session, showcased undeniable chemistry between the actors. Fans still hope for a real-life romance between the two stars due to their palpable on-screen connection.

Strong Girl Bong-Soon (2016)

Iconic Kissing Scenes from your favourite K-dramas: Strong Girl Bong-Soon

Strong Girl Bong-Soon centres on Do Bong-Soon (Park Bo-Young), a girl with superhuman strength working as a bodyguard for CEO Ahn Min-Hyuk (Park Hyung-Sik).

The series, a huge success in South Korea, features a blend of comedy, drama, and steamy kisses, including a memorable scene on a piano. The romance between Bong-Soon and Min-Hyuk was a highlight, making the show one of the highest-rated in K-drama history.

Extraordinary Attorney Woo (2022)

Extraordinary Attorney Woo follows an adorable newbie lawyer Woo Young-Woo (Park Eun-Bin) on the autism spectrum working for a major law firm. As she navigates legal cases, makes friends, and learns to resolve conflicts.

She also experiences love for the first time with the charming Lee Jun-Ho (Kang Tae-Oh) . The series beautifully portrays her unique insights and personal growth, touching the hearts of many viewers.

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