Sunday, August 5, 2012

Top K-drama Kisses

Hello, welcome to Wehaiyo and I can't wait to get started to talk about what's on my mind at the moment. My name is Karen and I will writing out my thoughts on Wehaiyo. My Korean skills are really poor so I rely on subtitles to help me through this post. Because all these actors I'm about to talk about are such excellent actors, I can practically feel their passion flowing through the screen.

I was searching through Youtube when I decided to think about my favorite Kdrama kisses of all time!
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#1) Yoon Shi Yoon and Lee Ji Ah - Me Too, Flower

I thought this was the best kiss ever because just when Cha Bong Sun (Lee Ji Ah's character) decides to cuff Seo Jae Hee (Yoon Shi Yoon's character) to take him to the police station, Jae Hee vehemently denies breaking the law and kisses her forcefully instead. With all the emotions pouring out of the couple including the shock Bong Sun previously encountered when she found evidence of the stolen diamond bag inside of Jae Hee's bag, Bong Sun realizes how much she loves Jae Hee, stops resisting Jae Hee's kiss, and then goes for an encore kiss afterwards. This time Jae Hee is the one who is surprised, but genuinely kisses her in return. What a sweet and heart stopping moment, which cannot be beat! The kissing was so realistic that it's hard to believe this was only acting.

#2) Song Seung Hun and Kim Tae Hee - My Princess

 There were actually two scenes in this whole drama that took my breath away. Park Hae Young (Song Seung Hun) and Lee Seol (Kim Tae Hee) are both on the opposites sides of conflict. They know that they cannot trust one another given their situation of Lee Seol becoming a princess and Park Hae Young losing all his fortune as his grandfather wanted to give everything he had back to Lee Seol due to his guilt over what happened in this past.

Kiss number one where Lee Seol was drunk while getting a piggyback on Hae Young was pretty entertaining. As she mumbled nonsense, Hae Young still carried her back to a house she was supposed to stay in overnight since Lee Seol ran away from the palace. Since Lee Seol complained about her shoes being untied, they sat down on the stairs for a while. In a unusually clearheaded drunk moment, Lee Seol tells Hae Young what she thinks of him and then pulls Hae Young's tie towards her so she can innocently kiss his cheek. On top of that, Lee Seol arches her eyebrow as if she was trying to dare Hae Young to kiss her back. Lee Seol sweetly smiles at Hae Young waiting for his response. A long pause increases the drama. In a confused moment, Hae Young touches his cheek where Lee Seol kissed and looks at Lee Seol for a confirmation. With their proximity so close to one another, Hae Young makes a conscious decision to kiss her, but tells her beforehand that whatever was about to happen right then, just forget it. He dives in for the kiss and I wanted to strangle the music director for not putting in some dramatic music. Lee Seol and Hae Young kiss in silence for a while and that ends the episode. I almost died in happiness.

Of course throughout the series, Song Seung Hun and Kim Tae Hee have a couple more kisses, but nothing heartstopping until the very end. I don't want to spoil the ending, so if you don't want to know, stop reading here.

Lee Seol was on the same plane sitting two seats away just when Park Hae Young thought he was dumped by Lee Seol because of his lack of commitment due to Korean politics and threats against him especially after his family is now seen as a traitor by the public. After a bit of some lovely dovey moments of their reunion, Lee Seol asks Hae Young what he wants to do the most since they now have 13 hours to "date", which is apparently how long the plane ride will be, Hae Young kisses Lee Seol on the lips and than tries to lessen the embarrassment with a cheesy smile. Little did he know that he set Lee Seol's heart on fire and she darts in front of him for a salacious kiss. I was so shocked because it was such a public place on a plane and the two didn't seem to be embarrassed. After some small kisses, Lee Seol apparently wasn't satisfied and energetically kisses Hae Young again. Sadly, their relationship was still up in the air as the two cannot marry, but continue to be engaged in secret. I'll just have to hang onto the hope that they will resolve it somehow.

#3) Honorable Mention: Yoon Eun Hye and Joo Ji Hoon - Goong

I waited until episode 23, which is almost towards the end of the drama to see the satisfaction of a fiery, passionate kiss! Honestly, Lee Shin (Joo Ji Hoon) and Shin Chae Kyung (Yoon Eun Hye) were fighting so much that I wonder if they have any passion left for each other.

Chae Kyung arrives back at the palace only to hear that Shin has been feeling nauseous since being accused of arson and possibly losing his prince status and going to jail. On top of that, Chae Kyung previously mentioned divorce in a national public interview, sending him into a deep depression. Shin is in his room, weakly drinking his medicine. Chae Kyung asks if he's in a lot of pain and Shin cooly replies, "why do you care?" Shin gets up and is about to walk away when Chae Kyung desperately hugs him from behind and apologizes. Chae Kyung finally admits that she wants to stay in the palace, but Shin tells her that he might lose his prince status any day now. Chae Kyung quickly interjects and tells Shin that she loves him not because he is the crown prince, but because of who he is as a person. Shin could not believe Chae Kyung's love confession and asks her to clarify. With tears in her eyes, Chae Kyung makes the official confession and tells Shin that she loves him and that she thinks her heart aches because she loves him. Shin gives Chae Kyung a final warning and tells her that if she stays by his side, he will break her wings so she can no longer run. He says this because she previously told him that she wanted to fly away from the palace because she couldn't breathe. Chae Kyung looks at Shin and tells her that it doesn't matter. Chae Kyung wanted Shin to tell her that he wants her be his side. Shin does not respond. Chae Kyung looks up at Shin and starts to worry. She walks away with a few mini steps while stunned at Shin's lack of a reaction. Finally, Shin admits his feelings by telling Chae Kyung to stay by his side a little more. Shin tells Chae Kyung not to leave him. Finally, Shin tells Chae Kyung not to leave him alone. Chae Kyung runs to Shin to give him a hug. As if this moment wasn't explosive enough, they start kissing. What is beautiful about this kiss is that Chae Kyung is still crying at the same time so it was a painful, loving, and relieving moment for her. I waited for this confession and kiss so badly that I was happy to spend 23 hours watching Goong just for the story to lead up to this moment. This scene was such a relief to know the main characters loved each other.

#4) Honorable Mention: Park Shi Hoo and Kim So Yeon - Prosecutor Princess

While the kiss between Park Shi Hoo and Kim So Yeon isn't romantic at the end of episode 8 of Prosecutor Princess, this kiss is still memorable. Sorry for the bad quality of the video, but it was the only one I can find on Youtube at the moment. In the story, Ma Hye Ri (Kim So Yeon) wanted to date fellow prosecutor colleague Yoon Se Joon (played by Han Jung Soo) and wrote a letter to ask him out on a picnic. Sadly, Se Joon's young daughter saw the letter and was worried so she didn't tell Se Joon about the invite until much later in the night. Hye Ri was already upset that she was stood up after she spent so much time making food for a picnic with Seo In Woo's (Park Shi Hoo) help. While Hye Ri made her dejected walk home again, In Woo waits around, sees her, and meets her outside. Hye Ri explains that she's been stood up. In Woo was upset that Hye Ri would wait four hours for a man to show up. In Woo asks Hye Ri what she did with the food they made and Hye Ri told him innocently that she left it in front of Se Joon's house. In Woo explodes with disbelief at how naive Hye Ri is and sighs. Suddenly, at the corner of his eye, In Woo sees Se Joon approaching them. Determined to help Hye Ri, In Woo turns Hye Ri around so she couldn't see who was behind her and tells her from now on, he is going to do something to help her. Confused Hye Ri asks In Woo what he's going to do. In Woo says he is going to take Hye Ri into his arms first, which he does right afterwards. Se Joon sees this and stops in his path in shock. Hye Ri is too shocked to say anything. In Woo then holds Hye Ri's face with both hands while Hye Ri looks at In Woo like a deer in headlights. Right before In Woo makes a daring kiss, he smiles widely and then says, "this..." as if he knew he was going to enjoy it. In Woo forcefully kisses Hye Ri. Hye Ri's eyes were opened as she was confused. In Woo also has his eyes open to check Se Joon's reaction. While this wasn't a romantic kiss, it seems to be that In Woo really enjoyed the moment. His playfulness and manliness really shown through in the scene. I have no idea what kind of woman wouldn't fall for that. What kind of man smiles before going for a kiss? The scene was so romantic even though it wasn't a romantic moment as Hye Ri wasn't interested in In Woo.

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Well, that's all for now. I can't seem to think of any more moments. When I do, I will add to the list. I hope you enjoyed my first post!


  1. I love that Me Too, Flower! kiss. It was on my list of top 5 Hottest Kdrama kisses ( However, since then I've seen more Kdrama and really need to re-adjust. (Especially that one from Flower Boy Ramyun Shop) I haven't seen Goong or Prosecutor Princess yet, but now I know I have something to look forward too.

    1. I haven't fully seen Flower Boy Ramyun Shop yet, but I will definitely see it later.

      Thanks for your comments!