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10 Memorable Kissing Scenes from K-Dramas That Had Us Swooning

Every now and then, there are dramas that give us kiss scenes that are memorable for a good reason. For this article, we give you a rundown of 10 K-drama kissing scenes that made us swoon!

Lee Young Joon and Kim Mi So of "What's Wrong With Secretary Kim?"

Played by Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young

What even is this list without this particular scene from What's Wrong With Secretary Kim? It's actually so popular that this video managed to get over 280 million views as of writing! It even cements Park Seo Joon and Park Min Young for the title of being K-dramaland's best kissers. While there are a lot of romantic scenes in the drama, this one is particularly special as it marks Kim Mi So and Lee Young Joon's first night together. It comes after Mi So decides to stay at Young Joon's house after apologizing for not being more considerate of his feelings for him.

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Moon Kang Tae and Ko Moon Young of "It's Okay To Not Be Okay"

Played by Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji

We all know that the chemistry between Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji for this drama is over the top, and this scene really just proves it. It's a scene when Moon Young confronts Gang Tae on how he treats her, and he helps her calm down by counting down to three and kissing her. It's such a romantic moment on Moon Young's birthday, with no screaming deers to ruin their moment.

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Lee Gon and Ji Eun Tak of "The King: Eternal Monarch"

Played by Lee Min Ho and Go Eun

Lee Min Ho is also known to be one of the best kissers in K-dramaland (Remember his scene with Ju Ji Hyun in Legends of the Blue Sea?), so it's no surprise that he gave his fans a memorable scene with Go Eun in his latest drama. This scene had everyone screaming for air because of the way Lee Gon kissed Eun Tak right after checking if she got the mark that people get for crossing between the two worlds!

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Nam Se Hee and Yoon Ji Ho of "Because This is My First Life"

Played by Lee Min Ki and Jung So Min

There are so many scenes to love from this drama, but this particular one at the beach is what takes the cake for being its most swoon-worthy one. This scene is considered their first real kiss, and it comes right after Se Hee made kimchi with Ji Ho's family. Here, the two talk about their "firsts" in life, a poem about love, and their relationship while looking at the sunset by the ocean. It's such a dreamy scene that we all thought it's another one of those dream sequences. That is until their moment was interrupted with Ji Ho's phone ringing mid-kiss!

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Kim Min Kyu and Jo Ji Ah of "I Am Not a Robot"

Played by Yoo Seung Ho and Chae Soo Bin

In this scene from I Am Not A Robot, Dong Hyun watches Ji Ah as she prepares a very familiar-looking version of kimbap. It's there that the realizes that she's the "aunt" mentioned by little Min Kyu before, and so he swoops her in for a very, very passionate kiss. This is especially since Dong Hyun is someone who's never been close to anyone (literally) before in his life, with him being allergic to people.

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Ryan Gold and Sung Deok Mi of "Her Private Life"

Played by Kim Jae Wook and Park Min Young

You'd know the drama will have scenes that will get the audience swooning when it has Park Min Young, who always has the best chemistry with his male leads. This scene in Her Private Life is proof of that. Here, Ryan Gold confesses to her that the reason why he can't commit to being in a fake relationship with her is that he wants to date her for real.

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Choi Han Kyul and Go Eun Chan of "Coffee Prince"

Played by Gong Yoo and Yoo Eun Hye

Who would forget the classic K-drama that is Coffee Prince, right? This particular scene has been talked a lot by viewers from then and now because of how steamy it was. Now, more than a decade since the drama aired, actors Gong Yoo and Yoo Eun Hye -- aside from cringing -- shared in their documentary that Eun Chan lifting Han Kyul's shirt was actually not part of the original script. If you can't get enough of this OG K-drama couple and their chemistry, you can check out this compilation of their other kissing scenes.

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Kang Chul and Oh Yeon Joo of "W - Two Worlds"

Played by Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo

Ask anyone what their favorite scene is from W - Two Worlds, and this would probably one of the more popular answers, and we totally understand why! The infamous "jailhouse kiss scene" is also when Kang Chul and Yeon Joo make their feelings clear for each other, expressing how they're scared of losing the other. The two are also so into their kiss that they didn't notice the detective coming back in. And the way Kang Chul pulled her up so she can throw her handcuffed wrists over his head? chef's kiss

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Yoon Yoo Jae and Sung Shi Won of "Reply 1997"

Played by Seo In Guk and Jung Eun Ji

A fan-favorite from all of Reply 1997 scenes is this one from Episode 16. Here Shi Won forces his best friend-turned-boyfriend Yoon Jae to leave her apartment despite his protests. Finally giving in, he asks her for a kiss before leaving, which Shi Won did, only to get swooped in for a more swoon-worthy one!

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Park Do Kyung and Oh Hae Hyung of "Another Miss Oh"

Played by Eric Mun and Seo Hyun Jin

This scene from Another Miss Oh is another fan-favorite from K-drama fans, and it comes right after the two leads -- Park Do Kyung and Oh Hae Hyung -- fight after Do Kyung learns that Hae Hyung is dating Tae Jin again. It's such an emotionally-charged moment, with Do Kyung pinning her on the wall as he realizes that his visions are coming true. However, he realizes that he's not supposed to be there, pulling himself away and leaving Hae Hyung to process what happened.

Stream it here.