3 Kdrama Couples that Should Reunite

Fall is here, and that means I’m starting to daydream again about fake dramas. Sometimes I’m trying to correct something I felt went wrong; other times I’m cramming everything I love together in one place in the hopes that something awesome will happen. Whenever news of a new drama in the works comes out, it’s fun to speculate with my friends about who we’d love to see in the lead roles. So here are three kdrama couples I would love to have reunite, plus the kind of drama I’d love to see them in if I had several spare million dollars to bankroll the project and industry contacts to make sure it all worked out.

#1 – Moon Chae-won and Song Joong-ki

These two were one of the absolute best things about messy melodrama Nice Guy, and I’d love to see them back together in a similarly dark romance. While they’d both be fun in and have experience with a Joseon-era historical, what I’m really itching for would be a drama centering on the April Revolution and the establishment of the eight-month Second Republic of Korea. Moon Chae-won and Song Joong-ki could be associated with Korea University (teachers/staff/etc., but not students) or be political activists, and the finale could be the May 16 Coup.

#2 – Go Ah-sung and Lee Joon

I loved these two as teenage parents battling against rich monsters in-laws in Heard It Through the Grapevine, and I’d love to see them again in a workplace drama. (I know, I can’t believe I want that either.) Just normal, slice-of-life, try-not-to-get-fired, scraping-by-paycheck-to-paycheck stuff, where they fall in love slowly, one bitching-about-their-bosses (offsite) coffee break at a time. No rich-man/poor-girl drama going on in the background, just supportive parents who want what’s best for their children, and children who are trying to figure out what they want in life. Maybe they’ll end up together in the end; maybe someone will get transferred to an international office—either way, they’ll struggle with post-college years and adulthood and find brief moments of contentment together.

#3 – Yoon Eun-hye and Gong Yoo

You know what would honestly make my day? These two in a mystery/thriller. Yoon Eun-hye’s brother goes missing (AKA murdered, probably for witnessing something he shouldn’t have), and no one seems to care about it but her, so she starts her own investigation. Gong Yoo can either be the one detective that believes her or the PI who thinks it’ll be easy enough to track down some wayward younger brother—either way, he needs several excuses to wear nice suits so Yoon Eun-hye can wear lovely, slinky dresses. Together, the two of them will follow the corruption all way back to the brother’s body and the people who murdered him.


What kdrama couples would you like to see reunite on the small screen? What kind of show would you want them to star in? I’d love to hear it!

4 thoughts on “3 Kdrama Couples that Should Reunite

  1. Mariah says:

    I would love to see Jo Boa and Kim Seul Gi (Surplus Princess) do a buddy drama a la Age of Youth with a few of their co-stars from other projects as some of the other friend, maybe Park Bo Young and Yoon Hyun Min. I’d also love to see Ra Mi Ran as the mom character. I bet she and Seul Gi would have great chemistry together.

    I would also love to see Kang Ha Neul and Ha Yeon-soo from Monstar work together again. I think his hang-dog style and her cuteness play neatly against each other. I could see them in a Song Jae Jung drama (don’t they both remind you of the casting from Queen In Hyun’s Man?).

    • Audrey says:

      Oooh, sign me up for Jo Bo-ah and Kim Seul-gi in another show together–one that won’t fall apart, please. They were both hilarious.

      Huh, I hadn’t thought of the Monstar couple, though it’d be interesting to see them again. (Again, in a drama that wouldn’t fall apart.) It’s been a long time since I’ve seen the show.

  2. Donna says:

    Wish Song jong ki and Mon Chae Won pair in another cause they deserved each other wish and prayed they date in reallife hm….

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