What’s a marupok girl to do when she misses Lee Jong Suk? Why, watch compilations of his kissing scenes, of course!
Lee Jong Suk has gained the reputation of having some of the most intense and nakakakilig K-dramas because he has such kissable lips! Pair this with his acting chops and undeniable charm, and you have the perfect formula for on-screen lip-locking.
Sadly, Lee Jong Suk is in the middle of his mandatory military enlistment (as a public officer) and we won’t be getting any new kissing scenes featuring him for a while. So, we took it upon ourselves to compile our top list of kilig smooches to look back on! Check it out below:
Ha Myeong (Lee Jong Suk) and In Ha (Park Shin Hye) share their first kiss in this video and you can just see that their chemistry is off the charts! The intense look in Ha Myeong’s eyes and the way he protectively pulls In Ha in for that kiss just makes my heart flutter every time!
I Can Hear Your Voice (2013)
Despite being his noona (what men call women older than them), Soo Ha (Lee Jong Suk) doesn’t shy away from wrapping his arms around Hye Sung (Lee Bo Young) and kissing her sweetly. And a forehead kiss? Yes please! This is after Soo Ha makes Hye Sung admit her feelings for him. P.S. Hye Sung knows she can’t get out of it because Soo Ha can read her thoughts. Sure hope he doesn’t hear mine...
Hymn of Death (2018)
You don’t need tongues intertwined or hot, heavy breathing to make a kiss intense. Sometimes, all it needs is just two people, in this case, Woo Jin (Lee Jong Suk) and Sim Deok (Shin Hye Sun), who are both hopelessly in love with each other. The bittersweet thought though, that this kiss will be the most meaningful but will be the last they share—my heart!
Romance Is A Bonus Book (2019)
Here’s another noona-dongsaeng relationship drama for Lee Jong Suk! This drama not only showcases just how good Lee Jong Suk kisses (I mean, look at that last one!) but it also makes you vividly imagine how it must feel to have him as a boyfriend! Or at least, Cha Eun Ho (Lee Jong Suk), his character in the drama. Kang Dan Yi (Lee Na Young) is one lucky girl, don’t you think?
W: Two Worlds (2016)
We all know that shot where Han Hyo Joo (Oh Yeon Joo) and Kang Cheol (Lee Jong Suk) share the bed and read a book; it's probably the most memorable scene in the drama. But don’t forget that the jailhouse kiss was what brought them back together! No one was prepared for the power walk Kang Cheol took to kiss Hyo Joo right on the lips, which led to some table and handcuff action (wink!). Steamy!
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