Adult Korean dramas are a rather uncommon genre in South Korea. There are a lot of dramas in this genre, but we have a few recommendations for you, and we're not talking about dramas with violence or anything like that; we're talking about dramas with sensual components that are more appropriate for adults. For the most part, they feature proper love scenes for the majority of us. Here, we present you with 14 Must Watch steamy kdramas.
Mistress follows the scandalous lives of four pals, each on her own path to self-discovery as they go on a tumultuous journey together. Jan Se-Yeon has been living with her daughter since her spouse perished in an accident.
She starts receiving phone calls, and strange things start to happen around her. Jan Se Yeo, Kim Eun Soo, Han Jung Won, and Do Hwa Young are among the four women who will star in the drama series.
13. She Is WOW
On the surface, popular broadcaster Gong Jung Han and top actress Jo Ah Ra appear to be a close couple, but the reality is far different, and they fight to protect their lovely lifestyles made of bluff and their pleasant neighbours' lives.
12. Love Affairs in the Afternoon
Due to her husband's new work as a government servant, Ji-Eun relocates to a tiny town. She works part-time at a convenience store. Ji-Eun is a gentle and genuine young man. Her existence in the tiny town has become monotonous. Yoon Jung-Woo shakes Son Ji-life. Eun's Yoon Jung-Woo teaches biology at a local high school.
Hyena works with lawyers at Song & Kim who only represent the top 1% of society. Jung Geum-Ja is a daring lawyer who blurs the lines between right and wrong, justice and injustice, ethics and corruption. She is a real hyena with the deepest survival instincts who will go to any length to obtain money and success.
Yoon Hee-Jae, on the other hand, is her polar opposite adversary. He is a well-respected and accomplished lawyer who is self-assured in his talents. He has a great mind that is wrapped around his ego, but he lacks Geum-grit Ja's and is frequently outsmarted by her.
10. Secret Love Affair
Oh Hye-won (Kim Hee-ae) is a 40-year-old lady who considers herself to be living a happy life. She spares no effort in her drive for success as the director of planning for the Seohan Arts Foundation. She is elegant, smart, and adept at interacting with people.
But then she meets Lee Sun-Jae (Yoo Ah-in), a 20-year-old brilliant pianist from a low-income family who is oblivious of his talent and works as a delivery man. Hye-won discovers what it's like to actually fall in love for the first time, and she and Sun-Jae embark on a passionate affair that they must keep hidden since it threatens to destroy both of their lives.
Jang Suk-Ryoo is a 24-year-old English literature graduate with a bachelor's degree. Strange events continue to occur as she begins working as a babysitter for a wealthy family with three children, resulting in an uncertain relationship with the father, Lee Sang-won.
8. Witch’s Romance
Ji Yeon, a 39-year-old workaholic with a bad romantic history, is dubbed a witch in the office by everyone. Enter Dong Ha, an errand centre owner (and runner) in his twenties who is an all-around nice man.
They fall in love unexpectedly—and, well, JSYK, the clothes come off very early in this play. We had never seen a Park Seo Joon drama before, and we couldn't get enough of him. Kisses and touches galore! We swooned every time Seo Joon held Jung Hwa's face because their chemistry is off the charts.
7. It’s Okay, That’s Love
As they fight to heal, Jae Yeol and Hae Soo, a man with OCD and a woman who avoids intimacy, begin an unexpected romance. Even when they ultimately get together, the road isn't easy, but their journey is touching and relatable.
Onscreen, In Sung and Hyo Jin appear to be at ease with each other. If you're looking for some passionate kisses and steamy times, go no further than this drama. And, despite the fact that our characters are dealing with numerous challenges, the payoff is well worth the effort.
6. Another Miss Oh
Do Kyung learn that his previous wife, Oh Hae Young, is preparing to marry a year after he was jilted on his wedding day? To damage their love, he sabotages her fiancé's business—only to discover that the woman whose life he ruined is really someone with the same name.
Sparks fly when he can't stop thinking about her and their paths keep intersecting. We squealed when they eventually had their first passionate kiss (by a wall with their hands all over the place).
5. W: Two Worlds
Yeon Joo is the daughter of the popular webtoon W's creator. When her father vanishes, she receives the shock of her life when she is dragged into the world of webtoons. There, she protects Kang Chul, the film's attractive, brilliant, and wealthy protagonist, who is on the hunt for his family's murderer.
You could theoretically obtain amazing kiss scenes in each Lee Jong Suk drama, but we choose our favourite for this list! Because the two stars kissed so much, Hyo Joo joked in an interview that Jong Suk was already bored of kissing sequences.
4. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?
Mi So, a hardworking secretary, decides to leave her job. Young Joon, her boss, goes to great lengths to demonstrate how essential she is to him and persuade her to stay. Along the journey, they learn certain realities about each other.
What are we to say? Park Seo Joon has a fantastic kissing ability! Almost made us wish he and Min Young were a real-life couple. This drama features enough kisses to make your heart skip a beat. Make sure to view the behind-the-scenes footage as well.
3. Something in the Rain
Jin Ah, a 30-year-old woman, develops feelings for her best friend's younger brother, Joon Hee (Hae In). Joon Hee strives to prove that establishing a relationship with him is worthwhile, and the nicest courting ensues.
What makes this drama so appealing is how realistically it depicts the growth of a romantic relationship. It's thrilling yet being familiar and reassuring, and the cinematography is excellent.
2. Her Private Life
Deok Mi, an art museum curator, has a secret: she's a big fanatic and fansite manager for K-pop idol Shi An. She develops a pretend connection with her new boss, Ryan, to keep other fangirls from believing she's dating him. When they fall in love for real, things become hot.
We think this drama has the longest and hottest kiss we've ever seen. Apart from the obvious chemistry between our leads, we adore how natural they are with each other and how they communicate about their concerns.
Na Bi swears off love after a traumatic experience with an ex. Soon after, she meets Jae On, a commitment-phobic campus flirt, and sparks fly. Their physical attraction is evident, yet something about Jae On makes Na Bi wary of his intentions. There is a great deal of looking and touching going on. In Na Bi's dreams, it even gets hot and heavy.
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