One of the most compelling plot elements of romantic comedies is the quarreling couple who can’t stop teasing each other but can’t get enough of each other. Here are 10 K-Dramas Couples Relationship like “Tom & Jerry”.
Yoon Gyu-jin and Son Na-hee, a couple called the “Tom and Jerry” couple by fans around the world, were played by Yoon Gyoo-jin (Lee Sang-yeob) and Song Na-hee (Lee Min-jung) in “Once Again“. The two play a couple on the verge of divorce who rediscover their true feelings for each other after a breakup. Of course, it comes with arguments and disagreements, but for some reason it continues to be loved.
Mad for Each Other
Two people who couldn’t be more different from each other suddenly realize they’re more alike than they thought. Through understanding, compassion, a lot of patience, and his one or her two crimes, “Mad for Each Other” brings together an unforgettable couple. Jung Woo, who play Noh Hwi Oh, and Oh Yeon Seo, who plays Lee Min Kyung, are a wonderful couple, and their story is both exciting and healing at the same time.
Love triangles, office romances, enemies of lovers, and, of course, jealousy, “Jealously Incarnate” has all the elements we love about classic rom-coms. The plot is perfectly constructed, the characters show realistic developments and provide a complete story. Gong Hyo-jin and Jo Jung Suk are the perfect fighting couple, and their antics are too sweet to pass up.
“Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” is undoubtedly one of the KDramas that will continue to be popular for years to come. Starring Kim Seon Ho and Shin Min-ah, it tells the extraordinary story of Hong Doo Shik, the ‘jack of all trades’ and dentist, Yoon Hye-jin, who seems to be living a privileged life, but reality is far from it. After losing her job in her big city, she moves to Gongjin and meets Hong Doo Shik, who becomes her lifelong lover. The relationship between Hye-jin and Doo-shik is built on honesty and reliability, which is what makes it the most enjoyable.
Our Beloved Summer
The love story of “Our Beloved Summer” has its roots in conflict. Gifted students is paired with oddly smart but academically lacking child, leading to both similarities and differences. However, it soon turns into love, affection and they eventually break up. Years later, when they meet again, the spark is rekindled and the lovers’ quarrels grow. Choi Wooshik and Kim Da-mi embody a warm intimacy that can’t help but support both individually and as a couple.
Tale of the Nine-Tailed
When a gumiho (Tale of the Nine-Tailed) meets a woman possibly more feisty than he is, you know he’s about to be explosive. Starring Lee Dong Wook and Jo Bo Ah, this mythical production creates a romance that transcends time and space. But even their doomed love story isn’t safe from controversy. In fact, it’s a constant battle of wits between the two, which makes the story all the more thought-provoking. Lee Yeon and Nam Ji-ah are a match made in heaven!
This list wouldn’t be complete without Goblin (Gong Yoo) and Ji Eun Tak (Kim Go Eun), respectively. Nothing beats the sheer joy your retorts bring, especially when fueled by mean-spirited chutzpah. The fact that neither of them are ready to back down makes it all the more interesting. However, Goblin and Eun Tak aren’t the only ones bickering in this series.
As the show’s title suggests, “Suspicious Partner” follows successful young prosecutor Noh Ji-wook (Ji Chang-wook) as he meets legal department intern Eun Bong-hee (Nam Ji-hyun). he welcomes chaos into his life when she is suspected of murder. There’s always a palpable tension between these two, compounded by the “did they or didn’t they?” question. when you spend the night together This romantic tension turns into a constant battle as they become entangled and fall in love.
Fight for my Way
When it comes to couples with banter, Ko Dong-man (Park Seo-joon) and Choi Ae-ra (Kim Ji-won) are unbeatable. For two people who grew up together, nothing is off limits. Except maybe love. But beyond that line, the jokes become even more impressive, like the old couple become even more memorable. It’s sure to make your heart flutter!
Alchemy of Souls
Finally, the latest addition to this list is the highly anticipated fantasy drama “Alchemy of Souls“. Starring Lee Jae-wook (Jang Uk) and Jeon So-min (Mu Deok/Naksu), this drama perfectly captures the trope of a feuding couple. Jang Wook and Mu Deok are both witty and influential in their own ways, which allows them to agree. The lack of power trips makes its dynamics even more appealing.
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