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Which 2020 K Drama Kiss Was Your Favourite?

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For us, the Korean dramas have been nothing short of a cocoon for the last few months. When we had to be limited to the four walls of our homes. Also, 2020 saw some very heart-warming dramas like Crash Landing on You and It’s Okay to Not Be Okay that managed to etch a nostalgic mark in the audience’s hearts. It was also the synergy between the main tracks that got viewers going through some of the dramas.

In K-dramas, the delicious suspense leading to the first kiss is more like a unique feature that keeps viewers addicted, lined, and slow. In 2020, we had our fair share of on-screen kisses that left us to come over the pairs. Let’s start with Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin in Crash Landing on You. Who exchanged quite a few passionate kisses and spoke volumes of the growing relationship between star-crossed lovers Ri Jung-hyuk (Bin) and Yoon Se-ri (Ye-jin).

On the other hand, Nam Joo-hyuk and Suzy’s undeniable chemistry at Start-Up shone through their kisses with Seo Dal-mi (Suzy) boldly reeling a timid Nam Do-san (Joo-hyuk) to seal the contract.

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Let’s start with The King: The Everlasting Ruler. It was marked the return project of Hallyu star Lee Min-ho. The post of his military service, along with Kim Go-Eun. Besides the fascinating plot of ‘parallel dimensions,.’. It was the haunting chemistry exchanged between Min-ho and Go-eun that drew viewers from all over the world.

On the other hand, Kim Soo-comeback Hyun’s project after his military service. It’s Okay Not to Be Okay. And Seo Ye-jihad fans going gaga because of his nuanced storytelling phenomenal performances by the key leaders, including Oh Jung-Se.

Next up, we’ve got the romance drama Crash Landing on You, starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin as star-crossed lovers. CLOY still enjoys a cult status thanks to Bin and Ye-success jin’s and chemistry, and many believe it to be one of the best romantic dramas of all time. Park Seo-Joon proved his acting mettle again in the Itaewon class. It was nothing short of a hard-hitting drama focused on vengeance and the achievement of your dreams. The rest of the cast, including Kim Da-mi and Ahn Bo-Hyun, were also praised for their earnest performances.

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