Now that we have entered the second half of 2023, it is expected that a slew of high quality dramas will greet the viewers with complete and jam-packed narratives.
Since the beginning of the year, a lot of dramas have captured every viewer’s attention and have stolen thousands of hearts.
With that, let’s look back at the fan-favorite 2023 K-Dramas and list down the best couples that stood out among the rest. Read on to know more.
Ahn Eun Jin & Lee Do Hyun (‘The Good Bad Mother’)
Childhood friends-turned-lovers trope truly hits the spot and that’s true for the fans of “The Good Bad Mother.”
In the series, Lee Do Hyun and Ahn Eun Jin are ex-lovers who found their ways back to one another’s arms years after their breakup.
The addition of two adorable twins to their relationship is the icing on top of their delicious cake which was well-received by the viewers.
Thanks to their chemistry and realistic portrayal of love, grief and acceptance, Lee Do Hyun and Ahn Eun Jin are among the most talked about K-Drama couples so far this 2023.
Lee Sung Kyung & Ahn Hyo Seop (‘Dr. Romantic 3’)
Apart from the meaningful anecdotes about doctors and their heroic moments, the romance between Ahn Hyo Seop and Lee Sung Kyung was also one of the reasons why “Dr. Romantic 3” was a success!
In Season 3, Ahn Hyo Seop and Lee Sung Kyung took the drama scene on a rollercoaster-like journey as their relationship got rocky amidst crucial situations.
Thankfully, the series concluded after Ahn Hyo Seop puts a ring on Lee Sung Kyung’s finger, hinting at the two mighty doctors’ much-deserved happy ending.
It wasn’t only the onscreen couple that gained massive attention throughout the broadcast but the entire franchise of “Dr. Romantic” won over the hearts of avid audiences.
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With this, a Season 4 might be in the works as of the moment of this writing so stay tuned for updates!
Yoona & Lee Junho (‘King the Land’)
Although “King the Land” received criticisms for its “overdone” and “corny” premise, the drama managed to turn the trajectory of its fate.
At the moment, the JTBC series is the highest among other weekend dramas with nearly three million viewers.
Lee Junho and Yoona’s characters depict the classic enemies-to-lovers romance that no K-Drama watcher can ever deny. Every episode, “King the Land” creates a huge buzz globally.
Despite the two characters’ differences in beliefs and personalities, they eventually fell with one another after working together for a while.
During the eighth episode of the work, Lee Junho and Yoona shared their first online kiss scene much to avid fans’ delight.
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Written by Elijah Mully.