These 5 K-drama couples have heart-fluttering chemistry even without many skinship or kissing scenes

They don’t have plenty of intimate scenes, but the sweet chemistry of these couples still successfully captures the viewers’ hearts.  

Korean dramas never fail to make our hearts pound with their romantic scenes. But in the following dramas, the couples don’t need to show much skinship or share lots of kisses to show off their believable chemistry. 


Vincenzo mainly centers on how Vincenzo and Hong Cha Young defeat the bad guys who have wronged them, so the love line between these two characters is not the focus. But their interactions throughout the drama, from sweet and soft gazes and gestures to the one kiss in the finale, are still enough to make the viewers satisfied as they perfectly show Song Joong Ki and Jeon Yeo Been’s excellent chemistry. 


Snowdrop is not a feel-good romantic drama, but a quite dark and heavy one as it is set against political upheaval in South Korea in 1987. However, that does not mean the love story of Soo Ho and Young Ro is overshadowed. Thanks to Jung Hae In and Jisoo’s natural chemistry, their romantic and emotional scenes, though not many, are considered the highlight of Snowdrop, making the viewers feel comforted amid the painful and sad parts. 


The apocalyptic thriller drama Happiness depicts what happens in a zombie outbreak so the two leads’ love line is not the main plot. However, thanks to the perfect chemistry and face combination of Park Hyung Sik and Han Hyo Joo in the roles of Yi Hyun and Sae Bom, audiences find the show much more engaging and worth the watch. 


All Of Us Are Dead

All Of Us Are Dead is also a zombie drama, so the love scenes are not many and are shown in a separate way. In it, the audience praised the extremely natural combination of two couples Cheong San – On Jo and Su Hyuk – Nam Ra as they show their love through holding hands, comforting words and protecting each other from danger.

Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim 2

Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim 2 is an indispensable drama about medical topics and humanistic messages. In it, the main couple Woo Jin (Ahn Hyo Seop) and Eun Jae (Lee Sung Kyung) also did not have many scenes expressing their feelings for each other. But the chemistry between the two actors was still shown throughout the film and received a lot of positive feedback from the audience.

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