8 of the Maximum Adorable Bizarre Couple Pairings in K-DramasRaine0211 February 9, 2016 0 Eachtale has its One True Pairing that makes us swoon and cry and cheer. And then there are the ones “other” couples, the couples that don’t have compatibilitythe traditionalcriteria of couplehood, yet who pull our heartstrings and make us double over with laughter. Those couples are the source of the most productivestudies of friendship, bromance, and partnerhood. They are the “Odd Couples.” Read directly todelight in the juiciest of out-of-the-box drama couplings!
Lee Min Ho and Kim Sang Ho, as Lee Yoon Sung and Ahjussi, took the summer of 2011 by way ofhurricane in “City Hunter.” The pair was oncejustcaptivating as a vigilante crime fighter and his overprotective caretaker. Even supposing Yoon Sung is a hardened character, he has a cushy spot for the shop-a-holic chef, who parented him higher than any fussy mother. Regardless of how tough things have become — and they became very difficult — Yoon Sung and Ahjussi at all times looked after one another alongside love and devotion — and a couple of hugs thrown in here and there.
“Queen of Reversals” is a 2010 vintage about divorce, new love, and place of work drama. But even so Goo Yong Shik (Park Si Hoo)s romance with Hwang Tae Hee (Kim Nam Joo), the drama showcased every othercourting between two men. Inflexible Yong Shik never expected to be stuck running and living with slovenly, but kind-hearted, Mok Young Chul (Kim Chang Wan). Regardless that opposites in each way, the 2 made a worrying and hysterical pair. Mix Yong-shik’s OCD inclinations with Young Chul’s inability to stay in mind which toothbrush is his, and “Queen of Reversals” gave us comedy for days.