Western shows and regular rom-coms are enjoyable until you encounter K-drama romance. There is something about K-Dramas that is truly unbeatable. Whether you are watching the Heirs or Goblin or Business Proposal, they simply get you hooked. Plus, a bowl of ramen or corn dogs just make the experience so much better. K-dramas have definitely heightened our expectations of love and personalities so high that sometimes, we feel like we might die single. K-dramas are practically free therapy and trust us, once you start binge-watching them, you absolutely cannot stop. For all those romantics, K-dramas are the main course.
Here Are Some Love Languages That Are Attractive Ft. K-Dramas
Such a soothing gesture! It is a classic, romantic moment that we have all seen in K-dramas. A truly fail-proof way to up your partner's mood. The beautiful sight of Kim Tan back hugging Cha Eun-sang makes us go all mushy. Could we feel any more single?
A gesture of non-sexual skin ship, head pats are another romantic way to make your partner feel better. This can make their worst day the best one and Goblin fans know this for a reason.
3.Romance In The Rain
In almost every K-drama we've watched, romantic rain scenes made them even better. They are not just romantic but significant. The scenes from The Legend of the Blue Sea, Pinocchio and more have portrayed the strong bonding of both the characters.
Cute, over-the-top dates are the sweetest and we have seen tons of them in K-dramas including a beautiful one in What's wrong With Secretary Kim. There is something about these fictional men when it comes to planning a date; simply nothing can top it!
5. Declaring Love
A large declaration of love beats everything. K-Drama proposals are dreamy and magical as well as meaningful. While the scenarios might look fictional, they can truly have a great impact on the viewers. Long hugs, intense eye contact and teary-eyed confessions make these dramas worth watching on repeat.
6. Leaning On The Shoulder
This is another sweet gesture that is seen quite often in K-Dramas. It is truly considered as a very romantic gesture. It is non-sexual; only comforting and conveys a trust factor.Comments