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10 Cheesy Romantic K-Dramas That Are Total Guilty Pleasures

Aug 29, 2019

Let’s be real. There are A LOT of cheesy K-dramas out there. Sometimes we watch a particular scene that we’ve seen countless times before that is off-the-charts cheesy, but we still can’t help but love it. There are various tropes or elements that usually result in a drama giving off a cheesy vibe. Some aspects include an accidental hug or kiss, an over-the-top confession, a background song, and super sweet displays of affection in the form of actions or words. And although these cheesy elements are enough to make us cringe, it still doesn’t take away from the fact that the K-drama is an absolute pleasure to watch. Here’s a look at 10 Romantic K-dramas that are cheesy but a total guilty pleasure.

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!

 

 

6. “Heirs

“Heirs” is a K-drama that stars Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye as two star-crossed high school lovers. The drama was written by Kim Eun Sook, who has written some blockbuster scripts. “Heirs” took Korea and other parts of Asia by storm mainly for its cast, but we can’t take away from the fact that the cheesiness of the series also helped make for a pleasurable watch.

 

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There’s a true divide of people who have watched this series. People either really loved it or really hated it. Those in the former group loved it for its predictability and accepted the cringiness of it all. Take this scene for example:

 

 

 

With the script, the actions, and background music, it makes for quite the cringe-worthy scene. But even with this, it’s so romantic! “Heirs” is the type of drama that will make you want to cringe but also squeal with joy at the same time.

 

Start watching “Heirs”:

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full article: https://www.soompi.com/article/1345428wpp/10-cheesy-romantic-k-dramas-that-are-total-guilty-pleasures

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10 K-Drama Actresses Who Have Magical Chemistry With Any Male Lead

Jul 6, 2019

What’s a K-drama without a female lead who is able to capture her viewers with a simple hair toss or smile? In the world of K-dramas, there are so many actresses who have the ability to create chemistry with basically any male actor they’re cast with. Chemistry is key; even if a script is perfect, if there is no connection between the two leads it won’t be engaging. Here’s a look at 10 female actresses who are able to have chemistry with any male lead.

 

Park Shin Hye

Park Shin Hye has been in many K-dramas, as she’s been in the industry since she was a child. It goes without saying that her success and popularity has largely to do with not only the ability she has to adapt to her male counterparts but all of the cast members she works with. Park Shin Hye is known to befriend a lot of her male co-stars. Her friendly nature definitely helps in her an ability to connect with them! Some of the most notable ones include:

 

Lee Min Ho in “Heirs

 

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Catch “Heirs” below:

 

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Male Characters Who Made Our Hearts Ache With Second Lead Syndrome

Aug 30, 2019
by L. Kim

Korean dramas are particularly good at making you fall for the second male lead then crushing your dreams of any romance between him and the lead girl.

 

Although the result is obvious, we sometimes cheer for the second male leads in dramas.

 

Here are some second male leads who just make your heart ache with their unrequited love stories:

 

Warning: May contain spoilers.

 

 

Choi Young Do in “Heirs

 

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When we talk about second male leads that break our hearts, we can’t leave out Choi Young Do (played by Kim Woo Bin) in “Heirs.” Although his way of wooing Cha Eun Sang (played by Park Shin Hye) was questionable, viewers couldn’t help fall for the bad boy with secret scars in his life.

 

Watch the high school romance unfold in “Heirs” below!

 

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https://www.soompi.com/article/1348914wpp/male-characters-who-made-our-hearts-ache-with-second-lead-syndrome 

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Female K-Drama Characters We Wish Had More Backbone

Mar 2, 2019
by mizwest

The women we love from Korean dramas of the past decade have been passionate, strong-willed, hard-working, inspiring, and sometimes even hilarious. They are original characters that have broken a mold in Korean television, from initiating first kisses to physically carrying their crushes, completely turning the damsel in distress trope on its head. It’s difficult to make a list of weak female characters in K-dramas, so this is not that list. This is, however, a list of characters we wish had shown more backbone in certain situations.

Cha Eun Sang – “Heirs

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“Heirs” follows a poor high school student (played by Park Shin Hye) struggling to fit in among elite students from chaebol families. Long story short, Eun Sang is a poor girl from a poor background, and she meets rich boy Kim Tan (played by Lee Min Ho). They start to crush on one another, but the social hierarchies at school and at home work against them and keep them apart, as well as Tan’s fiancée — from an arranged marriage — and his ex-best friend, who has become a school bully and targets Eun Sang.

 

Eun Sang works a dozen part-time jobs alongside schooling, she helps her mom out at work and is a kind, caring student. However, it’s frustrating to watch her pity party in every episode, especially alongside the brazen, outspoken characters Rachel (Kim Tan’s fiancée, played by Kim Ji Won) and Bo Na (a rich, popular girl at school, played by f(x)’s Krystal). These two women are insistent that those around them treat them like royalty, but Eun Sang almost insists on being treated like Cinderella, before the ball! Her character is ripped to shreds, mistreated, misjudged, and looked down on, all while she stares at the floor with tears brimming, threatening to fall.

 

Now, it’s important to mention that Park Shin Hye plays the character expertly. Her performance in “Heirs” is engaging and her character well-portrayed. Eun Sang is not an unlikable character, and her chemistry with the male lead is gripping, but I couldn’t help but sit and pray she would speak up, yell, or tell everyone to take a hike! Even Kim Tan is aggressively pushy with her, and though she pulls back from the kisses he forces on her and tries to avoid him at school, I would have liked to see her be stronger, insisting on some of the respect the other female characters demand.

 

We’re all familiar with the “stand still and don’t move” tactic in Korean kiss scenes, maybe even the “push away for a bit then relent,” so it’s nothing new in “Heirs,” but it’s a happy day in 2019 that this cliche is becoming more and rarer in K-dramas.

 

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QUIZ: Would You End Up With Lee Min Hoâs Character In âHeirsâ?

 

QUIZ: Would You End Up With Lee Min Ho’s Character In “Heirs”?

Sep 5, 2019

Lee Min Ho’s character, Kim Tan, has been considered quite the heartthrob. When the drama came out, people fell pretty hard for his charm and persistence when it came to winning over Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye). Curious to see if you’d end up with Kim Tan in the drama? answers to these questions will result in you ending up with the chaebol Kim Tan!

 

QUIZ: Would You End Up With Lee Min Ho In "Heirs"?

 

Would you end up with the heartthrob chaebol Kim Tan? Take this quiz to find out!

TAKE QUIZ

Hey Soompiers, what were your results? Let me know in the comments below!

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The Heirs In Comic Edition 

 

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Let's Enjoy The Feeling Of Relaxation By Watching The Drama Again During The Holidays. Editor's Sense Subtitles Are Added, And ...

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Heirs (2013 Work)

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This Drama Was Born With Numerous Korean Wave Stars Including Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Crystal, Kim Ji Won. It Is A Youth Drama Centered On Park Shin-Hye, Who Entered A Prestigious Private High School Where Children Of Wealthy Children Enter. Kim Eun-Suk's Unique Sweetness And Popping Dialogues Are Poured Out. It Will Be Released On Saturday Night At 12 Pm At SBS NOW.

 

 

 

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6 K-Drama Tropes We’re So Done With Already

Sep 8, 2019
by Azra_A

Every good K-drama deserves a few tropes. Y’know, those familiar moments and plot twists that show up time and again in different dramas. It’s fun, rewarding, and even comforting to see certain tropes play out. We know they will push our buttons in a certain way, and it’s enjoyable seeing new actors put their own spin on old tropes. Yeah, you’ve seen Lee Jong Suk with amnesia, but have you ever seen Hyun Bin with amnesia? Whole different story!

 

Not all tropes are created equal, though. Some tropes may have worked in the past, but in late 2019, they’re outdated and tired, exemplifying old-fashioned cultural values people don’t believe in anymore. Other tropes have shown up so often that there’s just no way to make them seem fresh, and they just come off as lazy writing.

 

Which tropes do we need to kill off? Here are six of the worst offenders!

 

Warning: spoilers ahead!

 

 

6. The Wrist Grab

 

 

Let’s close this list with the mother of all groan-inducing tropes: The Wrist Grab. Wrist grabs are for those moments when words can’t convey the intensity of your emotion. Except, wait, words will do just fine when the alternative is physical restraint with the threat of injury. Imagine if you were storming off IRL and someone grabbed your wrist. There’s a good chance they’d dislocate your shoulder!

What a wrist grab says to someone is: “My arguments couldn’t convince you, so instead I will assert physical dominance over you. This will convince you of my strength and sincerity, so instead of having to make sense and be right for you, I can win you over by uninvited touch alone.”

 

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A three-way wrist grab in “Heirs” 

 

Forget wrist grabs. What’s truly attractive is when two leads actually try to talk to each other. They ask each other how they’re feeling. They make themselves vulnerable. They ask for permission before they touch each other! It’s not groundbreaking, it’s just being nice. And being nice is a trope I wish would live forever.

 

 

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https://www.soompi.com/article/1351126wpp/6-k-drama-tropes-were-so-done-with-already

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'Legend Drama [The heirs] Ep. 8, 9 'a sudden kiss in the middle of a conversation'
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• Release date: Jul 6 2019

 

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