[K-Drama]: 5 pairs of 'unjust' couples on Korean screens
May 27, 2019
1. Chief Kim and Seo Yool in Chief Kim
The best part of the comedy about the stories of Chief Kim's office is the fights between Head Kim (Nam Goong Min) and his enemy - Director Seo Yool (Junho 2PM) - by Brain tense match. Of course, besides that will be indispensable funny scenes that bring laughter to the audience. The two of them are so formidable opponents that once they stand on the same side, you won't know what will happen to the bad guys who are about to encounter them.
2. Seon Woo and Ji Dwi in Hwarang
This is a friendship that is paired by a wrong love at the wrong time. Seon Woo (Park Seo Joon) grew up to be an orphan, while Ji Dwi (Park Hyung Sik) grew up as a hidden king. The two people they bumped into each other when they joined Hwarang, they were forced to get along for the kingdom. That started a series of glorious mistakes on the way to becoming a Hwarang and trying to prove yourself to the woman they love (Go Ara). But when both are equal, why can't they love each other a little?
3. Gobiln and Grim Reaper in Goblin
It has a balance that makes bromance great. On the one hand, these two people caused hurt and sadness in each other's lives. On the other hand, both were afraid of the doorbell, could not use the phone and went home with bags like supermodels on the catwalk. Finally, the memories of those small, stupid and cute moments can mean more than the dark past they wish they could forget.
4. Yoo Jung và Baek In Ho in Cheese In The Trap
At first, we felt like we had to choose one of them. They both like the same girl (Kim Go Eun), so surely one of them deserves to be with her and the other is not, right? But soon, we started to see that it would be detestable if either of them suffered when they had loved each other very much. That took away all their hostility, and all we could see was that the two lost boys had forgotten how to find each other again.
5. Kang Bok Soo và Oh Se Ho in My Strange Hero
Jealousy can make a sweet person dark. In My Strange Hero, the Se Ho (Kwak Dong Yeon) guy starts out as a sweet candy guy who admires his best friend Bok Soo (Yoo Seung Ho). But being acquainted with Bok Soo also shows shortcomings in Se Ho's own life. Will it be easier for Se Ho to become like Bok Soo, or even bring Bok Soo down to his place?