When it involves Okay-dramas, the writers actually know the best way to tug at your heartstrings.
They are rife with emotional scenes which are sufficient to make even probably the most stone-hearted individuals squeeze out a tear.
For the remainder of us, we’re in all probability simply crying sufficient to fill a river.
Previously, we explored romantic scenes that will make your heart skip a beat. Now, we’ll be taking a look at romantic scenes that may break your coronary heart and make you surprise why life is simply so unfair.
Crash Landing on You
Episode 16 — Captain Ri Jeong-hyeok and Yoon Se-ri say their goodbyes
In a basic scene plucked straight out of a romance style present, the couple throw warning to the wind for that last embrace.
The world be damned, it is simply these two in opposition to all odds. Despite the standoff occurring within the background with individuals pointing weapons at one another.
Captain Ri (Hyun Bin) and his comrades are in South Korea illegally for a secret mission. However, they should return to North Korea. There are troopers and safety employees from North and South Korea on the bridge to escort them. But, Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) is devastated that the Captain is returning and runs to the bridge to plead with him as his departure means they probably will not ever meet once more. (Or so we thought.)
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God
Episode 13 — Kim Shin sacrifices himself to kill the evil spirit
Now this can be a little advanced, however which Okay-drama would not have twists and turns that may rival a labyrinth?
Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) is an immortal goblin who can solely die if a magical sword is pulled from him. The solely one that can do that’s Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun).
In an try and slay Kim Shin, Park Joong-heon (Kim Byung-chul), the spirit of the evil eunuch from Kim Shin’s previous, tries to own Eun-tak in an effort to extract the sword. Ironically, Joong-heon can solely be killed with that very same sword.
So to guard Eun-tak, Kim Shin pulls the sword from his chest — Eun-tak (whereas possessed by Joong-heon) was gripping the sword earlier than she fainted — and offers the ending blow to the spirit. However, his life is now at an finish and the star-crossed lovers trade their tearful confessions earlier than Kim Shin will get Thanos-snapped.
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God
Episode 16 — Eun-tak dies and Kim Shin is past heart-broken
“Goblin once more?”
That’s in all probability what lots of you might be pondering however we needed to embody this due to simply how tragic this pair of lovers is.
Though Kim Shin sacrificed himself earlier within the collection, he manages to reunite with Eun-tak and at last, issues are completely satisfied. However, Eun-tak witnesses an accident about to occur and intervenes to avoid wasting kids. Unfortunately, this implies she loses her life.
Like I mentioned, twists and turns.
In this heartwrenching scene, Kim Shin and Eun-tak say their last goodbyes as a result of he has to attend for her to be reincarnated earlier than they are often collectively once more. (A bit odd contemplating that he would possibly go search for her when she’s only a tot however let’s hope he provides her at the very least 20 years earlier than he comes knocking.)
My Love from the Star
Episode 21 — Do Min-joo reunites with Cheon Song-yi
Only in Okay-dramas would ‘ghosting’ somebody after which reappearing as a grand romantic gesture be thought of acceptable.
Min-joo (Kim Soo-hyun) is an alien on Earth who falls in love with celebrity Song-yi (Jun Ji-hyun) however alas, he disappears sooner or later and he or she is heartbroken.
However, whereas she is at a flowery pink carpet gala occasion, he graces the event along with his presence and does so by stopping time so he can have an intimate second to apologise and kiss her. Time then resumes and everyone seems to be shocked that Song-yi is kissing somebody.
I do not know, would not it’s extra surprising that Song-yi moved from her preliminary spot and a random stranger all of a sudden popped up and so they’re locked in a smooch?
Regardless, Goblin ripped our hearts out and stomped it into the bottom, so we’re all for this emotional reunion.
Episode 11 — Jo Yi-seo confesses her love for Park Sae-ro-yi
This is fairly simple, although it has the nonsensical trope of a person chasing a woman who’s simply operating away in dramatic vogue.
However, when Sae-ro-yi (Park Seo-joon) does catch as much as Yi-seo (Kim Da-mi), he forces her to talk her thoughts. And in a second that presumably rivals Meredith Grey’s “decide me, select me, love me”, Yi-seo confesses her love for him.
And what enhances this weak second are Da-mi’s massive, Bambi-like, emotive eyes. Talk a few masterclass in appearing along with your eyes.