K-Drama Couples: From Enemies to Lovers, From Raging Hate to a Fiery Love Story

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Lee Jae-in (Ha Seok-jin) is the future inheritor of his family’s massive wealth. Blessed with a smart brain, handsome appearance, and wealth, Lee Jae-in lacks character. He suffers from a mental disorder, and he is a bit arrogant and temperamental. In order to teach him a lesson, his grandfather gets him to sign a relationship contract with a kind school teacher, Kim Da-hyun (Jeon So-min), who he has never met before. The attentive and caring school teacher is able to change Jae-in’s character and make him fall in love.

Lee Jae-in and Kim Da-hyun start arguing and bickering from the first moment they meet. Looking strong and confident on the outside, Lee Jae-in is actually very childish and spoiled. It doesn’t take a long time for Kim Da-hyun to find out about his weakness.

It’s Okay, That’s Love

What happens when two strong personalities bump into each other? Constant bickering and fighting. It is definitely the best recipe for an enemy-turned-lover plot. Jang Jae-yeol (Jo In-sung) suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder because of childhood trauma. He meets a beautiful psychiatrist, Ji Hae-soo (Gong Hyo-jin), who, despite being kind and compassionate to her patients, hates romantic relationships with any man. Unexpectedly, by being around each other for too long, they realize that their past problems and traumas are healed altogether. They immediately become closer and intimate.

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The way that Ji Hae-soo comforts and cares about the volatile Jang Jae-yeon can make every fan envious. The success of It’s Okay, That’s Love is mainly due to the chemistry between Jo In-sung and Gong Hyo-jin.

My Love From the Star

An alien is left stranded on Earth and must live like a normal man while waiting for backup. In the past, the alien, Do Min-jun (Kim Soo-hyun), helped a young girl from a car accident. Fast forward many years later, the girl, Cheon Sung-yi (Jun Ji-hyun), has turned into a beautiful actress while the alien/man has worked as a university professor.

When their paths cross again, Do Min-jun lives next to Cheon Song-yi’s apartment, and Cheon Song-yi must attend his class and gives him a lot of trouble. At first, they are annoyed by each other’s character. But, as their past memories start to unfold, romantic feelings grow as well.

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What do you expect from two actors of the highest caliber collaborating in the same drama? Instant success not only in Korea but throughout Asia, Europe, and America. My Love From the Star will never feel old and outdated and always deserves to be re-watched.

The King 2 Hearts

In order to alleviate the tension between North and South Korea, a North Korean special agent, Kim Hang-ah, is sent to a military joint training program with a South Korean prince, Prince Jae-ha.

Kim Hang-ah (Ha Ji-won) is the daughter of a high-ranking military officer while Prince Jae-ha (Lee Seung-gi) is the younger brother of the South Korean king. In reality, South Korea is a democratic state. Since the two countries are competing in the military and consider each other as enemies, Kim Hang-ah and Prince Jae-ha get carried away and start competing fiercely even in the normal training sessions. As you might expect, in the end, they fall in love with each other and even get married.

The King 2 Hearts shows that love can unite two people even from two countries in direct competition. Ha Ji-won and Lee Seung-gi’s love story, from hating each other to getting married and having a baby, makes the series too good to be missed for romantic-comedy drama fans.

Every K-drama fan loves the enemy-turned-lover plot. The constant bickering and arguing in early episodes turn to caring and missing each other in the final episodes. It is full of romantic rollercoasters that every fan craves.

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