6 romantic K-Dramas with very little loveline that get on the nerves of audiences
Fans of these K-Dramas have to wait anxiously until the last episode for the happy ending of the main couples.
Among K-Dramas of the romance genre, these dramas below choose to reveal the love story of the leading couple at the last moments, making the viewers impatient. Overall, romantic and intimate scenes in these dramas are not abundant at all.
As a fairly heavy drama related to political issues, romantic scenes are not the focus of Snowdrop. The two main characters Soo Ho (Jung Hae In) and Young Ro (Jisoo) though had feelings for each other since the first start of the drama, it wasn’t until episode 11 that they had their first kiss. However, the sweet chemistry of Jung Hae In and Jisoo somewhat comforted the audience and made the couple’s meager romantic scenes more precious than ever.
In Happiness, the male lead Yi Hyun (Park Hyung Sik) has been one-sidedly in love with his best friend Sae Bom (Han Hyo Joo) for many years. The two have been there together in every moment, risking their lives to care for and protect each other but Sae Bom has not yet realized her true feelings and Yi Hyun‘s love for her. It was not until the last episode when their life returned to normal, that Yi Hyun and Sae Bom acknowledged their feelings for one another and shared a passionate kiss. The ending of Happiness also let the audience imagine for themselves the happy future of Yi Hyun and Sae Bom.
Vincenzo by Song Joong Ki and Jeon Yeo Bin is also a series that makes viewers desperate for more love scenes between Vincenzo and Hong Chae Young. The series focuses on the struggle for justice of Vincenzo and Hong Chae Young so their loveline is not prioritized. Vincenzo’s (Song Joong Ki) delicate caring gestures and loving eyes for Hong Chae Young (Jeon Yeo Bin) have somewhat appeased viewers.
The end of “Itaewon Class” was built with 2 storylines: the battle between Park Sae Ro Yi (Park Seo Joon) and Jang Geun Won (Ahn Bo Hyun) came to an end and the main couple Park Sae Roy Yi and Jo Yi Seo (Kim Da Mi) also officially became lovers after many ups and downs. This must be the ending that many viewers have been looking forward to because they had to wait for 16 episodes to see Park Sae Roy Yi and Jo Yi Seo get together.
Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim
Seo Woo Jin (Ahn Hyo Seop) and Cha Eun Jae (Lee Sung Kyung) of ‘Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim 2’ also had to make the audience wait until the final episode to see them get together. Woo Jin loves Eun Jae but he doesn’t have the courage to confess while Eun Jae doesn’t understand her own feelings. The two secretly protected and misunderstood each other many times until the last episodes just to realize that they have fallen for each other for so long.
Hospital Playlist is perhaps the drama that makes the audience waits for the longest when it takes two seasons to see the happy ending of Ik Joon (Jo Jung Suk) and Song Hwa (Jeon Mi Do). Not only that, in the drama, just because they refused to confess their love to each other, it took the two 20 years to reach a happy ending.