K-drama wedding scenes always give a sense of relief because of how they are presented.
A lot of K-dramas are all about romantic love stories, quarrels, kissing scenes, and displays of cute affection, and fans always love the guilty pleasure of watching a wedding scene.
It's not just a beautiful bride or a breath-taking groom, fans take pleasure in the comical circumstances that take place before the big moment.
There are also the elements of finally seeing the main couple declare their eternal love forever after all the turmoil and drama they've gone through.
Here, we present you the best weddings of all time in K-dramas:
1. Gi-Tae & Jang-Mi (Marriage Not Dating)
Wealthy plastic surgeon Gong Gi-Tae has no interest in getting married; marriage is all shop girl Joo Jang-mi dreams about.
In an effort to get his parents off his back about the constant string of blind dates and marriage prospects, Gi-Tae purposely brings Jang-mi home to meet his parents posing as his girlfriend, certain that they'll never approve of her.
This romantic comedy portrays a man who doesn't want to get married and a woman who has no luck with potential marriage prospects.
2. Yeon-Seo & Dan ( Angel's Last Mission: Love)
The story of Angel's Last Mission: Love will have fans weeping and feeling extreme emotion.
Lee Yeon-Seo was once a great ballerina who suffered an accident, leaving her unable to see. She's now feeling bitter and cold.
Dan is an optimistic yet troublesome angel tasked with finding Yeon-Seo's true love, only to fall for her himself.
Their overall story made their wedding scene that much better. It was simplistic but perfect by all means.
Yeon-Seo walks down the aisle with Dan by her side as they literally get married by Time.
As a beautiful song plays in the background, they give their vows about not believing in any destiny but themselves.
3. Da-Jung & Dae-Youn (18 Again)
18 Again's storyline looks familiar, as it was based on a popular American teen movie, 17 Again, starring Zac Efron.
The show followed a similar idea, as Jung Da-jung files for divorce from her husband, Hong Dae-Young.
Dae-young's life spirals downward and so he wishes to go back to being 18 again. Suddenly, he gets his wish.
He has a journey of self-discovery and realizes his wife's sadness and falls in love all over again.
And the heartfelt and emotional story only got better, as Dae-Young return to his real age and remarries his wife.
This time, though, he'll do it right and both are beaming with joy as they walk down the aisle.
The scene finishes with a montage filled with the good and happy moments they had in their relationship.
4. Hee-Seung & Ji-Won (Flower Of Evil)
Flower of Evil is a melodrama about a seemingly perfect couple's life dissolving into shambles. Baek Hee-sung is a man who hides his identity and past from his wife Cha Ji-won, a detective.
On the surface, they appear to be the perfect family: a loving couple with a beautiful daughter who adores her parents.
Cha Ji-won and her colleagues begin investigating a series of unexplained murders and are confronted with the reality that her seemingly perfect husband may be hiding something from her.
5. Dal-Mi & Nam Do-San (Start-Up)
Seeing Dal-Mi (Bae Suzy) and Do-San (Nam Joo-Hyuk) get married at the end of Netflix's original series, Start-Up had fans sighing with content.
The two characters went through a lot of heartbreaking moments, as Dal-Mi realizes that Dol-San isn't the same person from her childhood.
Their love prevailed, though, and in the final episode, there's a scene that shows a desk with Dal-Mi and Do-San as the CEO of their own company and photos of their wedding.
Fans don't actually get to see their wedding occur, but it still counts and had fans feeling emotional.
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6. Mi-So & Lee Young-Joon (What's Wrong With Secretary Kim)
This wedding is one of the best weddings in the history of K-dramas. Fans know that their relationship was passionate but also comical, as Young-Joon was a self-obsessed man and didn't know much about love or relationships.
Their wedding day was something to marvel at. There were some good laughs and heartfelt tears.
Before they take their vows, Young-Joon is so nervous he can't stop his leg from shaking.
He admits he's never been this nervous, not even when signing billion-dollar deals.
Their closest colleagues and friends applaud them as they walk down the aisle, and as they kiss, there's a montage that features all the kisses they shared that lead up to this moment.
The scene was heavenly and heart-warming.
7. Hee-Kyung & Joon-Woo (True Beauty)
Want to see the funniest wedding in the history of K-dramas? This is it.
True Beauty became one of 2020's best teen K-dramas about finding beauty in oneself and it used many common tropes that had fans hooked.
Fans couldn't help but laugh and marvel at the wedding between Hee-Kyung and Joon-Woo and they loved the second-lead couple relationship from the start.
8. Hye-Jin & Sung-Joon (She Was Pretty)
A romantic comedy, based on a true story, about two past acquaintances who meet again after they've gone through a reversal of fortunes and appearances, set in the backdrop of a fashion magazine's publishing office.
Kim Hye-jin was a beautiful girl from a rich family, aka the "Cha's". After her family's publishing company went bankrupt, she experienced hardships then lost her beauty too.
Ji Sung-Joon was an unattractive boy with low self-esteem but grows up as a handsome and successful editor.
The two decided to meet again as adults, but Sung-Joon was unable to recognize Hye-jin.
Ashamed to meet her first love and ruin his perception of her, Hye-jin asks her attractive best friend, Ha-ri, to appear in her place.
Things, however, soon get complicated as Hye-jin was assigned to work at The Most magazine publishing office where Sung-Joon is the deputy chief editor.
He openly mistreats and belittles her for her clumsy nature, not knowing that she was his real childhood friend.
Ha-ri also continues to meet Sung-Joon, and soon develops feelings for him. On the other hand, Hye-jin finds a good friend in her workplace, Shin-hyuk, who slowly falls in love with her.
9. Bong-soon & Min-Hyuk (Strong Woman Do Bong Soon)
Strong Woman Bong-Soon is a fan favorite K-drama for a reason. Besides the storyline and character, fans adored Bong-Soon and Min-Hyuk's wedding.
Fans had a good laugh in the meeting room scene before the couple got married. Min-Hyuk rushes in and is flabbergasted at how beautiful his bride is.
As their family and friends come in to greet them, there's even a small showdown between Min-Hyuk and Guk-Doo, Bong-Soon’s childhood friend who was part of a love triangle with the pair.
When Guk-doo goes to greet them, he jokingly says Bong Soon looks beautiful and she better be taken care of.
Their wedding was beautiful and comical right to the end when they kiss and one of their colleagues, who has a crush on Min-Hyuk, screams, "Stop!" and throws flowers at them. It's a funny yet beautiful wedding.
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10. Lee-Yeon & Ji-Ah (Tale Of The Nine-Tailed)
When looking for an epic fantasy K-drama with a spectacular love story, Tale of the Nine-Tailed is highly regarded.
Lee Yeon and Nam Ji-Ah's story is complex, as Lee Yeon is a powerful Gumiho, or creature from Korean folklore or legends.
Ji-Ah is a reincarnation of his true love and is wanted by supernatural creatures.
Their marriage scene in the show had fans emotional, as they finally get a happily ever after.
Lee Yeon personally picks his bride's dress and makes her a flower crown.
They exchange rings made of leaves and flowers and get married in a dreamlike meadow, sharing a loving kiss.
11. Kim-Shin & Ji Eun-Tak (Goblin)
The wedding between Kim Shin and Eun-Tak was a long-awaited moment for fans.
From start to end, the wedding was perfect, as the curtain opened to reveal Eun-Tak in her dress.
Goblin is rendered silent staring at her and the two get married at night in a green field by candlelight.
What made the wedding scene even more impactful was the following events, as Eun-Tak meets her end.
Despite the fact, they did get this wedding but never lived happily ever after.
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