10 K-Drama Pairs Who Became Real Life Couples

10 K-Drama Pairs Who Became Real Life Couples

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We all know the struggle of being a K-Drama fan, it is either you want to be with the characters or you want the characters to be together in real life. How could we not when all the characters are very gorgeous that we can’t help but fall in love with them and at the same time, we’re all betting that the actors will eventually fall in love with each other after doing all those romantic scenes.

Nothing gives us more satisfaction than having our dream ‘ships’ finally sailing towards happily ever after in actual reality. Here are 10 K-drama pairs who became real life couples.

1. Goo Hye Sun and Ahn Jae Hyun

After starring together in the 2015 medical drama “Blood”, Ku Hye Sun and Ahn Jae Hyun were first rumored to be dating when both of them were caught headed to Jae Hyun’s apartment. After confirming their relationship, the couple revealed that Jae Hyun first revealed his feelings by accidentally calling Hye Sun pretty on mic which was heard by everyone in the Blood set.

Although, it was Hye Sun who made the first move by kissing Jae Hyun first. The couple finally tied the knot last May 21, 2016 and have been together ever since. Cheers to them!

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