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The 10 hottest KDrama kisses

Korean dramas get a lot of flack for the whole peck-on-the-lips-with-eyes-wide-open kiss thing, and I'm right there with you. However, you should never underestimate the power of the Korean entertainment industry in creating some beautifully romantic (and hot) kisses. Here are my top 10, in no particular order. 1. The Cola Kiss (Lie To Me) Who could forget the reason why half of us girls wanted to be somewhat drenched in sugary beverages with Kang Ji Hwan right in front of us staring at us deeply with those eyes. No...just me? Okay. 2. The Game Over Kiss (Personal Taste) Lee Min Ho. LEE MIN HO. Okay I'll stop. But really how perfect is it when he's like "game over". Ugh, future husband, you've got big shoes to fill. 3. Kitchen Kiss (Answer Me 1997) Oh my Seo In Guk. When he throws his jacket to the ground and just walks towards Jung Eun Ji, my heart stopped, and then they produced this kiss that literally stole my heart. I may have screamed watching this....may have. 4. Pouring Rain Kiss (Playful Kiss) When Jung So Min is stopped mid-sentence because Kim Hyun Joong drops the umbrella and goes in for the kiss, leaving the two drenched in the pouring rain, my feels could not have been contained. Ask my college roommate, she wasn't having my spazzing at all. 5. Candy Kiss (IRIS) I mean really, this kiss changed a generation. Everyone and their mother wanted to move candy between their and their significant other's mouth that it may well be one of the most famous Kdrama kisses ever. 6. Tip Toe Kiss (Queen Inhyun's Man) Seriously one of the best kisses in drama history! I mean why wouldn't it be when the two had the hots for each other while filming? Oh Yoo In Na, you lucky girl! 7. "My Person" Kiss (Gu Family Book) I didn't know what to name this but when Lee Seung Gi says "Don't lay a hand on my person". UGH THE FEELS. I think that accurately explains that. 8. Bed Scene Kiss (Scent of a Woman) Bow Chicka Wow Wow. If the tango scene in this drama didn't set the scene for this kiss, I don't know what did. For those of you who haven't watched this drama, if you're in for a cry and some AMAZING romance, I suggest you do it...now. 9. The "I'm Not Leaving" Kiss (Coffee Prince) YOON EUN HYE. UGH you lucky girl. I mean if this kiss didn't make you want to just....ugh....there are no words. 10. Second Kiss (I Miss You) If this list taught me anything it's that Yoon Eun Hye is living the life I wish I could lead right now. Sigh. Good thing this list stops at 10 otherwise who knows how many more times she would end up on this list. What are your favorite K-drama kisses? Let us know in the comments or tweet me at @_elenitenzin. Peace, Love, & Dramas Eleni
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I want to share a kiss with Yuchun 😊❤️
best kiss "game over" (minho), second "I miss you"awesome.
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