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Ranked 1001 kiss-scene in “A Business Proposal”: Does the best kiss scene belong to Ahn Hyo Seop and Kim Se Jeong?

Let’s take a look at all the kissing scenes in the movie A Business Proposal.

Yesterday, the drama “A Business Proposal” officially ended. After all, the two couples Kang Tae Moo (Ahn Hyo Seop)Shin Ha Ri (Kim Se Jeong) and Cha Sung Hoon – Jin Young Seo both came together. Now, let’s take a look back at the sweetest moments between them and decide which are the best scenes that convey the most emotion.

Rank 7: Kissing scene on the bridge

The kiss in episode 8 is probably the most disappointing scene. In this scene, after hearing that Kang Tae Moo went on a blind date, Shin Ha Ri put aside all the problems in her heart to bravely make a move. The audience’s emotion was pushed to the climax, but then the clumsy collaboration between Ahn Hyo Seop and Kim Se Jeong caused viewers to downmood. Even when the behind-the-scenes kiss scene was released, many fans expressed the opinion that watching behind the scenes was more “emotional” than in the drama.

A Business Proposal kiss scene

6th place: Kissing scene in the company

Even though not as boring as the kissing scene in episode 8, this scene still has unreasonable detail. According to the film’s development, Shin Ha Ri couldn’t help but take the initiative to kiss Tae Moo. When he was kissed by Ha Ri, Tae Moo was clearly frozen. However, the silly thing here is that Tae Moo also took the initiative to bend down to kiss her beforehand.

A Business Proposal kiss scene
In the previous scene, Tae Moo is the one who takes the initiative but when it comes to the next scene, he shows surprise when being kissed by Shin Ha Ri.

5th place: Classic kissing scene

In episode 2, Kang Tae Moo and Shin Ha Ri accidentally kissed because of the classic reason of Korean dramas – the two main characters accidentally fell on top of each other. Also because this is a familiar situation, it doesn’t really make much of an impression.

Rank 4

In the last episode, Jin Young Seo decided to start her own company and Cha Sung Hoon was the one who helped her to complete that dream. He took the money that Chairman Kang gave to him to invest in his girlfriend’s company. That made her very happy, so she rushed to kiss her boyfriend.

“Money” kissing scene

A Business Proposal kiss scene
Do you find Young Seo extremely adorable?
A Business Proposal kiss scene

Seol In Ah clearly shows the character’s joy and cuteness in this scene. It is believed that the fans had a big laugh when seeing a cute Young Seo like that.   

Flash kissing scene

A Business Proposal kiss scene
Tae Moo’s “lightning” kiss.

Kang Tae Moo‘s kiss for Shin Ha Ri in episode 10 happened in an instant. However, before that, viewers’ emotions were guided through the silent concern and worry that Ha Ri had for her lover. Therefore, the emotional effect of this kissing scene is still very good.

3rd place: Hugging kissing scene and kissing scene with glasses

The third place is the hugging kisses of both couples. If Tae Moo made the fangirls “go wild” because of the kiss and hold, Sung Hoon‘s glasses removal also went viral.

2nd place: Kissing scene under the moon and kissing scene in the sun

Also ranked in second place are the main couple’s moonlight kiss and the sub couple’s sweet kiss in the sunlight. The fact that the moon and the sun are used as the background for the characters’ kissing scenes are so artistic that mesmerizes the audience.

The best kissing scene of A Business Proposal : Kissing Scene under the cherry blossom trees

The most beautiful kissing scene is of course the footage of Tae Moo proposing to his girlfriend. Ha Ri and Tae Moo affectionately looked at each other before kissing. The surrounding scenery with petals flying in the air is really beautiful. In addition, the transition from close-up film angle to narrow mid-range film angle also makes the footage more perfect.

A Business Proposal kiss scene
This is definitely the best kissing scene in the movie.
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