Here is our list of the Top 10 favorite couples from television dramas from around the world.
1. I Hear Your Voice — Soo Ha and Hye Sung
Although Soo Ha (played by Lee Jong Suk) is only 19, and Hye Sung (played by Lee Bo Yeong) is a decade older, he made a promise when he was a boy that he would always protect her from a dangerous killer. When he keeps his promise, even putting his own life at risk, what woman could resist that kind of love and devotion?
2. Love Around — Zhou Zhen and Xiao Shu and Love, Now — Shi De and Yi Ru
What more proof do you need that a couple has great on-screen chemistry than starring in not one — but two — dramas in a row? George Hu and Annie Chen did just that when they starred together as a gangster’s son who falls for a bubbly radio DJ in the 2013 Taiwanese drama “Love Around” and as a CEO and advertising executive who meet on vacation in the 2012 drama “Love, Now.”
3. Made in Cartagena — Watusi and Flora
They say that if you can dance well together, then a couple is meant to be together. That is certainly the case for Flora (played by Carmen Villalobos) and Watusi (played by Khris Cifuentes), who set the dance floor on fire with their sizzling rendition of the Champeta, a form of tropical dance that originated in Cartagena, in this 2012 Colombian telenovela.
4. Queen In Hyun’s Man — Boong Do and Hee Jin
True love can traverse the time-space continuum and bring you to the love of your life, even if you have to travel 300 years in time to get there. Chosun Dynasty scholar Boong Do (played by Ji Hyun Woo) is transported to modern-day Seoul to meet actress Hee Jin (played by Yoo In Na) to help her prepare for a role of a lifetime. The chemistry was so good on-set that the pair became a true-life couple after the series!
5. Wild Cat — Mario and Rosaura
When you marry the man of your dreams, the road to happily ever after can be very bumpy indeed. But the enduring love of Rosaura (played by Marlene Favela) and Luis Mario (played by Mario Cimarro) shows that love can’t be easily extinguished no matter how hard other women may try in this 2002 Venezuela telenovela, which was recently added to Viki.
6. Master’s Sun — Joong Won and Gong Sil
You know that a man is meant for you when he can make all the ghosts around you disappear when he touches you. Cool and calculating retail CEO Joong Won (played by So Ji Sub) is a shelter from the scary world that surrounds the sweet, ghost-seeing Gong Sil (played by Gong Hyo Jin) in this 2013 Korean drama.
7. Gu Family Book — Kang Chi and Yeo Wool
Nothing says love like standing by your man even if he turns out to be half-beast. The fearless martial artist Yeo Wool (played by Bae Suzy) doesn’t cower or desert Kang Chi (played by Lee Seung Gi) as he discovers his true identity and then struggles to become a real human in this 2013 Korean drama.
8. Just You — Qi Yi and Liang Liang
Qi Yi (played by Aaron Yan), the CEO of a marketing design company, is uptight and fastidious. His employee and unexpected tenant, Liang Liang (played by Puff Guo), is peppy and happy-go-lucky. The unlikely couple seem to be made for each other when they come together in this 2013 Taiwanese drama.
9. That Winter, The Wind Blows — Oh Soo and Oh Young
In this 2013 Korean melodrama, a conman (played by Jo In Sung) takes on the identity of a dead friend, Oh Soo, and pretends to be the brother of a blind heiress in order to swindle her out of her money. But Soo falls in love with his pretend sister, Oh Young (played by Song Hye Kyo), and becomes her greatest protector.
10. Eva Luna — Daniel and Eva
When you look this good together, a couple can withstand any number of pressures to tear them apart. Eva (played by Blanca Soto) and Daniel (played by Guy Ecker) manage to make their relationship work despite a large number of misunderstandings perpetrated by those who want to break them up in this 2010 Venezuelan telenovela.
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