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The most iconic K-drama kisses that are related to food and drink

These romantic “food kisses” on the Korean screen will definitely make you swoon! 

Kissing scenes are an indispensable treat in Korean romance films and series, but to deliver memorable and impressive on-screen kisses is not a piece of cake. Besides the steamy kissing scenes thanks to the actors’ top-notch skills, the following “food kisses” also capture the hearts of many viewers because of how sweet and dreamy they look. 

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Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki’s heart-fluttering wine kiss in “Descendants of the Sun”, unfortunately the Song-Song couple’s romance could not last long in real life
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Both taking a bite of a cotton candy, Jo In Sung and Song Hye Kyo’s kiss in “That Winter, The Wind Blows” can’t get any sweeter 
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To this day, Ha Ji Won and Hyun Bin’s latte foam kiss in “Secret Garden” is still one of the most classic K-drama kissing scenes 
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Lee Min Ho’s surprise ice cream kiss to Park Shin Hye that caught her off guard in “The Heirs”
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Lee Byung Hun gives a candy kiss to Kim Tae Hae as a White Day gift in “Iris”
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Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye’s bread kiss in “Pinocchio” makes viewers both flutter and… hungry!
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An honorable mention is Jung Woo Sung and Son Ye Jin’s sexy wine kiss at the pub in “A Moment to Remember”. After Son Ye Jin’s character drinks her soju and still has a few drops left on the lips, Jung Woo Sung unexpectedly leans in to kiss her. 

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