12 Most Memorable K-Drama Confession Scenes

Sigh. What’s a K-drama without the lethal confession scene? It’s gotten the best of us and has made us believe in true love. Whether it was a simple “I love you” or a romantic gesture, there have been many confession scenes in the K-drama world that have taken our breaths away, made us cringe, and even made us laugh. Although it was painful to narrow this list down, here’s a look at just 12 K-drama confessions scenes that we will never forget!

(In no particular order).

1. Coffee Prince

“I like you. Whether you’re a man or an alien, I don’t care anymore.”

This unforgettable scene involves Choi Han Gyul (Gong Yoo) finally giving into the strong feelings he had for Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye) after trying to get over her because he was unsure about his feelings towards her. These epic lines spoken by Choi Han Gyul are some of the most swoon-worthy lines in K-drama history.

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2. Descendants of the Sun

One of the funnier confession scenes involves Kang Mo Yeon’s (Song Hye Kyo) indirect confession to Yoo Shi Jin (Song Joong Ki).

And then the confession that makes your heart skip a beat:

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3. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

When Min Min (Park Hyung Sik) finally comes to terms with the feelings he has for Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young), he wastes no time confessing his love for her. The gaze he gives her while pouring his heart out is enough to give any girl butterflies. This is definitely a confession scene that will never be forgotten!

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4. Goblin

The first time Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun) says “I love you” is hardly emotional or heartfelt, but it is endearing, isn’t it? Her adorable charm and smile fill the screen as she says these three simple words to her goblin (Gong Yoo).

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5. Moonlight Drawn by Clouds

What’s a confessions list without the mention of the sweet Park Bo Gum? His confession to Hong Ra On (Kim Yoo Jung) as the Crown Prince Lee Young is so sweet to say the least. These star-crossed lovers have such a romantic journey together it’s especially satisfying to see them profess their love to each other.

Can’t you feel the love in their gazes?!

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6. Reply 1988

That confession that makes us all hold our breaths. When Jung Hwan (Ryu Jun Yeol) finally reveals his feelings to his best friend, Deok Sun (Hyeri), all of us were cheering for him. That is, until…

That was the sound of all of our hearts breaking.

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7. Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo

In this confession scene, Jung Joon Hyun (Nam Joo Hyuk) finally admits to his childhood friend Bok Joo (Lee Sung Kyung) that he likes her. It’s an adorable scene because as viewers, we know how much he likes her up until this point in the series. This confession was so heartfelt that we could feel the genuine feelings he had for his Bok Joo!

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8. Reply 1997

We really can’t forget the Reply series confession scenes. Probably one of my more favorite K-drama confession scenes, this one involves Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk), who has been in love with Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) since they were kids! How romantic! Although he’s frustrated and angry in this particular scene, it really shows how much he longs for her and how much he cares about her. He’s so upset that she can’t understand his feelings.

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9. My Love From the Star

Chun Song Yi’s (Jun Ji Hyun‘s) love for Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) is pretty obvious from the start. She isn’t really shy about it either, which is what makes this confession of love towards him so much more cheer-worthy. The love!

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10. Healer

This rooftop scene. Ji Chang Wook plays Seo Jung Hoo, a guy who runs random errands at night. He lives a secluded life, completely content being alone, until he meets Chae Young Shin (Park Min Young). He falls quickly in love with her, later finding out that she has her eyes set on the night errand boy who she doesn’t know is actually Jung Hoo. In this particular scene, he finally reveals his feelings to his co-worker and sunbae, in hopes that she will look his way.

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11. Cheese in the Trap

One of the best parts about “Cheese in the Trap” is the heartthrob second-lead, Baek In Ho, who was played by Seo Kang Joon. We really can’t get enough of this bad boy, especially how adorable he is around his first love, Hong Seol (Kim Go Eun). How honest is this confession scene?!

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12. Kill Me, Heal Me

The confession by Shin Segi (Ji Sung) is cheesy, but adorable. He has such innocent and pure feelings for Oh Ri Jin (Hwang Jung Eum). Does it make you cringe like Oh Ri Jin did?

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Hey Soompiers, which of these is your favourite confession scene? Let me know in the comments below!

binahearts is a Soompi writer who can be most often seen singing her heart out at karaoke, walking her dog, or indulging in dessert. Her current obsessions include Song Joong Ki, BIGBANG and BTOB. Make sure you follow binahearts on Instagram as she journeys through her latest Korean crazes!

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