These couples can’t stand each other at first but end up falling madly in love.
The enemies-to-lovers romance trope never stops being a fan favorite. Here are 4 couples in Korean drama who start off being hostile towards each other but eventually turn into lovers with the most sizzling chemistry.
Yeon Soo – Choi Woong (Our Beloved Summer)
One of the hottest Korean dramas at the moment, Our Beloved Summer depicts the story of two bickering ex-lovers Yeon Soo (Kim Da Mi) and Choi Woong (Choi Woo Sik). They met and fell for each other in highschool, but broke up and vowed to never meet again. However, the documentary they filmed 10 years ago suddenly becomes popular and they are forced to reunite.
Doo Sik – Hye Jin (Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha)
The most comforting and sweetest drama of 2021, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha portrays the relationship between Doo Sik (Kim Seon Ho) and Hye Jin (Shin Min Ah). Doo Sik does not have a good impression of Hye Jin at the beginning, but after getting to know each other, they put aside their principles and become heads over heels for one another.
Jae Yeol – Hae Soo (It’s Okay, That’s Love)
It’s Okay, That’s Love is one of the most healing Korean dramas. The plot revolves around the journey of recovery from mental wounds of writer Jae Yeol (Jo In Sung) with the help of psychiatrist Hae Soo (Gong Hyo Jin). Starting from “housemates” who hate each other, the two gradually open their hearts and attempt to heal each other’s deep-rooted pains.
Do Min Joon – Cheon Song Yi (My Love From the Star)
Right from the first meeting, Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) and Cheon Song Yi (Jeon Ji Hyun) did not have a good impression of each other. In Do Min Joon’s eyes, the star Cheon Song Yi is very annoying and often disturbs his peaceful life. However, not long after that, the two were constantly caught up in funny situations and then fell deeply in love with each other.