7 K-drama bromances that are as lovable as the leading couples

We just can’t get enough of these scene-stealing K-drama bromances.

Bromance is one of the must-have parts of Korean dramas over the years. Some male-male duos draw so much attention that sometimes they even overshadow the main leads. The following bromances are prime examples. 

Yoo Ah In – Song Joong Ki (Sungkyunkwan Scandal)

Although they are both second male leads, Goo Yong Ha and Moon Jae Shin happen to be the most attractive and attention-grabbing characters of Sungkyunkwan Scandal. Their moments are so cute that so many viewers cannot help but “sail the ship” for them. We cannot get over the scenes where neither of them says anything yet silently support and help each other out. Their chemistry in the drama was so amazing that Song Joong Ki and Yoo Ah In even won Best Couple at KBS Drama Awards that year.

Gong Yoo – Lee Dong Wook (Goblin)

Perhaps an introduction is no longer necessary when it comes to the bromance between Goblin and Grim Reaper because they are unarguably one of the most iconic bromances in the history of K-dramas. One is an immortal and powerful Goblin, the other is a cold Grim Reaper with the power to kill, but when they come together, they turn into a comedic duo, bringing the viewers countless hilarious and entertaining scenes. 

Goblin and Grim Reaper are like frenemies who often quarrel like children, but since their chemistry is so satisfying to watch, they even outshine the main couple at times. Perhaps the reason why Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook have so much on-screen chemistry is because they are also close in real life. 

Ji Sung – Park Seo Joon (Kill Me Heal Me)

One of the personalities of the male lead played by Ji Sung is the little girl Ahn Yona who is obsessed with idols and handsome “oppas” without hiding. Thanks to this personality, Ji Sung and Park Seo Joon, who were love rivals in the drama, could film a legendary skinship scene like this.

The scene is short but the impression left is the most profound in the drama. Whenever Kill Me Heal Me is mentioned, it is impossible to not mention the iconic bromance of Ji Sung and Park Seo Joon

Nam Goong Min – Lee Junho (Chief Kim)

This is a very interesting couple because in Chief Kim, they are actually rivals and not friends, but their chemistry is so good that their scenes together are filled with romantic tension, completely stealing the spotlight of the female lead. This couple makes us realize that the protagonist and antagonist can also be shipped if they are this cute together. 

Song Joong Ki – Kim Sung Cheol (Vincenzo)

Although they’re just an unwilling couple for one episode, the moments of Song Joong Ki and Kim Sung Cheol in Vincenzo always make viewers smile because of their cuteness and humor. Vincenzo approaches the warm and sweet Min Sung because he wants to exploit the material, but Min Sung flirts so much that Vincenzo gets dizzy. The dating moments of the two in the drama make fans excited.

Rain – Kim Bum (Ghost Doctor)

A tall and cold man paired with a sweet and lovely handsome guy, the combination of Rain and Kim Bum in Ghost Doctor is really eye-catching and captivating. While Kim Bum is cute, Rain is mature and the two quickly form a perfect duo in the operating room, bringing laughter to the audience with their quarrels. They’re so cute that sometimes fans even forget that there are two beautiful actresses in the drama, UEE and Naeun.

Lee Dong Wook – Wi Ha Joon (Bad And Crazy)

The main personality and the “crazy” personality Lee Dong Wook and Wi Ha Joon also deserve to be mentioned because of their great chemistry in Bad And Crazy. As they are the main and secondary personalities of the same person, the two are always together at all times, creating top-notch comedy scenes. 

Besides, the scenes where the two go crazy when doing justice is also refreshing to watch. Even love can’t be compared to how close these two are.

Korean dramas are increasingly exploiting the interaction between male characters, which fan girls are really into. Therefore, a common couple’s romantic scenes are not all it takes to make viewers. Korean producers indeed know how to follow trends to attract viewers. 


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