Not to mention, she’s one of the only actresses willing to thoroughly kiss her co-stars onscreen. Now there’s a couple who I think really had it going on behind the scenes.Kim Sun-ah and Cha Seung-won pretty much burned off the screen from my laptop with how much chemistry they had in City Hall.Unfortunately, Cha Seung-won is married with kids, but it doesn’t hurt to imagine.
: Fannie, I totally agree on the Yoon Eun-hye thing.
That girl can seriously have chemistry with a rock.
I haven’t found a drama of hers that I love, but I can’t deny she sets off the sparks.
Her onscreen chemistry with Gong Yoo in is something I’m hard pressed to find again in K-dramas.
(Choi Jin-hyuk & Son Eun-seo) — to go by, who is to say there haven’t been other on-screen couples in the past and present that similarly developed feelings for each other while filming?
This week, we asked our writers: Barring the above examples (which have already made their way into the public eye), which K-drama couples do you suspect had the greatest chemistry on-screen… had a lot of chemistry going on, and I know the four in the main love quadrangle developed some pretty close camaraderie during their time filming.
Last but not least, Yoon Eun-hye seems to have a ton of chemistry with almost any male lead thrown at her, but if I had to choose one, Gong Yoo all the way.
I lost track of how many kissing scenes there were in Coffee Prince, but it’s undeniable the chemistry was there.
I loathe to bring this last one up since I think the drama is ridiculous, but Ha Ji-won and Hyun Bin in had an almost tangible onscreen chemistry. I wouldn’t be surprised if there were some secret rendezvous going on between them. And especially because the dating-in-real-life stories are so rampant these days, I wouldn’t mind those two going out.