It’s that time of year! We are not just talking about the holidays. Nonetheless, we gathered to give you an early present.
Seo In Guk once said that “Kiss scenes need a well-made narrative to bloom properly”. Spoken like a true Master of Kiss! Most kiss scenes are hot and steamy nowadays that it’s a disservice to make things simple. But what does it take to capture the hearts of the CK ladies? For 2016, we are giving you our favourites that will show you the answer.
We want to know your favourites too! We provided a poll below this post for you to enjoy. Happy reading!
Oh Hae Young Again
If we are gonna talk about a kiss scene in this drama, the wall-bed-kiss scene would be top of mind.
But not for us.
The three episodes of separation intensified a different kind of longing. This kiss scene from Episode 13 screams sincerity and forgiveness that proves love keeps no record of wrongs! How amazing it is to feel accepted and loved, finally! And have you noticed those smiles in between? That is something we don’t get in every kiss. Eric Mun is definitely among the Master of Kiss lead charmer favourite. No one can deny that every kiss between Oh Hae Young and Park Do Kyung was sizzling hot in its own right. Though he humbly said that Seo Hyun Jin responded well each time. We dare say, the chemistry is top-notch that everything seem natural and effortless for Eric and Hyun Jin. They’ve showed that the power of two produces a different kind of intimacy, incomparable to none.
Abuse that repeat button! If I may suggest, don’t just watch this scene — listen. The sounds go beyond the beat of your heart.
Jealousy Incarnate (Dare to Dream)
Kiss scenes here are great but we only have room for one.
Pyo Na Ri (Gong Hyo Jin) narrated a complete list why Go Jung Won (Go Kyung Pyo) is the better man for her. Hearing all of it was the perfect formula for Lee Hwa Shin (Jo Jung Seok) to reach his breaking point. I know watching this hurts most for those who belong in Team Jung Won. However, we cannot blame Na Ri for following her heart.
We love the intensity of the ambiance! Hwa Shin finally made his feelings known. He took a risk, betraying his friend is a bitter pill he had to swallow for his own love. Saying he is crazy doesn’t suffice to describe this moment. Same goes for Na Ri. Both of them know just one thing, love. The kind that comes once in a lifetime.
Fair warning. Jo Jung Seok will be a K-drama lead staple in this list. He might be in our Hall of Fame someday.
Shopping King Louie
We also agree with Go Bok Sil (Nam Ji Hyun) that moments with Louie (Seo In Guk) will produce memories worth remembering.
This scene may be a simple one for those discerning kiss-addicts. Ottokaji?? (What to do?) We can’t resist not to have Seo In Guk in this year’s list.
Don’t be deceived by its simplicity because it was filled with heart, it is worth repeating. The way that Louie held Bok Sil’s hand provided the right touch that made this scene special. Did you see how his pinky finger moved? So cute. This k-drama is a reminder to make “now” count. If you can, seal it with a kiss.
Anyone who followed our recaps might be surprised to find this drama here but we’re not going to let a crazy plot take away from hot kisses. No way, Jose! Not here on Couch Kimchi.
It’s a little difficult to settle on one because there were tons of sensual kisses to choose from but we’ve decided on the jailhouse kiss in Episode 7.
Kang Chul (Lee Jong Suk) is mad at Oh Yeon Joo (Han Hyo Joo) for treating him like a toy she can resurrect on a whim but when she blurts out that she loves him, it’s the first time he’s affected, and she’s sent back to her world.
But thinking about her drags her back into his and after she points out that he’s shaken by her, he admits it and kisses her. And boy is it a great kiss. Character emotions aside, the way Jong Suk kisses his costars makes us swoon e.v.e.r.y.t.i.m.e.
Plot holes notwithstanding, how often do actors look like they actually enjoy their onscreen kisses? Not very! That’s why The K2’s final kiss(es) make the list!
Kim Je Ha (Ji Chang Wook) is mad that Anna (Im Yoon Ah) didn’t let him enjoy the moment of exposing some corrupt leaders so she makes up for it by kissing him and creating a moment that they (and we) can enjoy. And enjoy it we did – our rewind buttons can attest to it. It started off playfully then turned deeper as Je Ha melted into her. But before we knew it, they were in Barcelona, teasing and kissing each other like they wanted to remember their last shoot. No, we have no idea if this was their final scene but we like to think so because how else can you explain such a perfect, natural scene? The only explanation that makes sense is that Yoon Ah and Ji Chang Wook went all out and made it count because they’d no longer have any excuses to kiss each other. Hey, Guys, here’s one I just came up with: date.
Oops… did we just become embarrassing real life shippers?
But on a more serious note, this kiss made the list because it gave us feels. It’s that simple.
Let your favourites be heard!
Take the poll below and choose 5 of your favourites! The list is arranged in RANDOM order. Please note that currently airing K-drama are not included. You can only vote once a day until December 31.