The 8 types of steamy K-drama shower scenes
Shower scenes. Those two words alone are enough to get fangirl pulses racing. Any true K-drama fan knows that a shower isn't just somewhere to scrub your armpits--it's where handsome men go to brood without the hindrance of pesky things like shirts. In honor of the many shower scenes, let's look at the different K-drama shower styles:
1. The mirror brood
2. The shower flex
Everyone knows that casting song Seung Hun = shirtlessness, so can we drop the pretense that these scenes have anything to do with the plot? "No, I always flex every muscle in my body when I shower! I swear! It helps me clean out all of the nooks and crannies in my six pack!" (from My Princess)
3. The PG shower
Dear alien, you may have adapted well, but here on Earth, we use towels after we get out of the shower. Then again, I guess we can't have our imaginations running too wild, can we? (from My Love from another Star)
4. The selfless shower
If you're gonna take a shower, you might as well take a shower outside, where you can share the wealth with the rest of the world. It's really an act of charity, you know? (from Heirs)
5. The Titanic re-enactment
There's steam, there's glass, there's a hand print--what better way to distract yourself from lady troubles than to reference a scene from your favorite doomed romance? (from Family's Honor)
6. The equal opportunity shower
7. The "I'm not crying" shower
If your head is already wet, no one will notice your tears, right? (from History of a Salaryman)
This drama also featured another round of mirror brooding:
Watch: A shy, nerdy young woman wakes up in the bed of a prince in Last Cinderella.
8. The fangirl fodder
Fine, he took his shirt off. Happy now? (from You're Beautiful)
What K-drama shower moves are your favorites? Comment below!
Vivi is an unapologetic Korean drama addict and blogger. She blogs with her K-drama best friend Coco at Kdrama Fighting! In her free time, she likes to bring her commentary to the DramaFever crowd.