Passionate K-Drama Kiss Scenes You May Want To Avoid Watching With Your Parents
Every viewer agrees that the sweetest part of a romantic comedy is the kiss scene when the two leads confirm their feelings for one another.
The kiss scenes range from sweet pecks to passionate moments that make it hard for us to fall asleep after the episode is over. Continue reading about some of the hottest kiss scenes from K-dramas that leave us breathless but also may be awkward to watch with your parents.
“Touch Your Heart” — Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na
Lee Dong Wook and Yoo In Na reunited after tvN’s “Goblin” as the leads of “Touch Your Heart.” In their second drama together as a couple, they showcased amazing chemistry and tugged at viewers’ heartstrings with a sexy kiss scene.
The kiss scene starts with the two enjoying a date at home, where Oh Yoon Seo (Yoo In Na) says, “Earlier, I didn’t do the kiss scene for real. It was just acting.” Kwon Jung Rok (Lee Dong Wook) gets closer to her after replying, “This is what kissing for real and not pretending looks like.” He asks, “Is it okay if I don’t protect you today?” and shares a passionate kiss with Oh Yoon Seo on the couch.
Start watching “Touch Your Heart” below!
“The Third Charm” — Seo Kang Joon and Esom
Speaking of couch kisses, Seo Kang Joon and Esom were the king and queen of the couch kiss scene in 2018.
While watching a movie at On Joon Yeong (Seo Kang Joon)’s home, Lee Yeong Jae (Esom) asks him, “Where’s your sexually sensitive area?” On Joon Yeong becomes startled and says that he doesn’t know, and Lee Yeong Jae playfully tickles him saying that she found it.
He then grabs her two arms and begins kissing on the couch before being interrupted by the doorbell.
Check out the first episode of “The Third Charm” now!
A compilation of the best K-drama kisses would not be complete without the famous lip-locking moment between Ji Chang Wook and Nam Ji Hyun.
After their initial relationship which consists of bickering and flirting, the two characters in “Suspicious Partner” finally confirm their feelings for one another. This iconic kiss scene from the living room to the bedroom fogged up viewers’ screens and made our hearts race.
Watch “Suspicious Partner” with English subtitles below:
“1 Percent Of Anything” — Ha Seok Jin and Jun So Min
Before Jun So Min was the lovable, goofy “Running Man” cast member we adore her for today, she was an irresistible female lead in the 2016 drama “1 Percent Of Anything.” In this scene, her character Kim Da Hyun walks out of the bathroom wearing nothing but a robe while drying her wet hair with a towel. Lee Jae In (Ha Seok Jin) freezes in his steps as soon as he spots her and she also becomes startled.
After she hides in her room, he says that he is leaving and tells her to lock the door. Thinking he had left, Kim Da Hyun walks out of her room and lets out a big sigh, but is surprised to find him in the kitchen. When she tries to go back inside, he gets close to her and says, “I was going to avoid devouring you, but I just can’t.”
Pinning her against the wall, they share a memorable kiss.
The sparks are out of this world in this beloved romantic comedy, so much so that the two leads were swept up in dating rumors during its run.
In this episode, Kim Mi So (Park Min Young) visits his home and says, “I’m not going home today. I’m not going to go home and I’m staying here with you, the vice president, instead.” Lee Young Joon (Park Seo Joon) replies, “I can’t control my speed today. I have no idea of stopping,” and zeroes in on Kim Mi So’s lips.
Their natural, perfect kiss scene made hearts flutter and many viewers said that it felt like they were watching a real couple.
Start watching “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim” now!
“A Witch’s Romance” — Park Seo Joon and Uhm Jung Hwa
Before Park Seo Joon stole hearts as the vice president in “What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim,” he grabbed viewers’ attention in 2014 as a versatile part-time worker who struck up a romance with an older woman in tvN’s “A Witch’s Romance”!
During the second episode, his character Yoon Dong Ha and Ban Ji Yeon (Uhm Jung Hwa) get unexpectedly close while sharing a can of beer. After their eyes meet, Ban Ji Yeon cannot take her eyes off of his lips.
She says, “Your lip service yesterday was quite alright,” and he replies, “It wasn’t bad for me either, but it’s complicated if you do this.” The two of them begin kissing in the living room and soon end up in her bedroom.
Right when things begin to heat up, Ban Ji Yeon gets a glimpse at his ID and realizes that Yoon Dong Ha is 25 years old [by Korean reckoning]. Things go downhill from there as she can’t focus on him but instead begins calculating their age difference.
Check out their story from the start of “A Witch’s Romance” below: