K-dramas don't usually do second seasons or sequels, but that doesn’t mean there haven’t been some on-screen pairings that demand an encore. Here are eight couples that shared crackling chemistry the first time around, and we want to see them pair up again on the small screen. A girl can dream, right?

1. Bromance of the Century: Lee Jong Suk and Kim Woo Bin

In School 2013, Lee Jong Suk and Kim Woo Bin showed what high school friendship is all about (hint: it's a rocky road). I’d love to see them pair up again. Whether it be love triangle, love square, love pentagram, or sibling pairing, I am sure their bromantic chemistry would again steal the show.


2. My Personal Preference: Son Ye Jin and Lee Min Ho

Personal Taste is an apt title to me, as I so enjoyed this K-drama. I would love to see these two on screen again, though especially in a show where Son Ye Jin got a chance to play a more powerful character who maybe helps out a more hapless Lee Min Ho, as it would be fun to see some role reversal or different characterizations.


3. More coffee, please! : Yoon Eun Hye and Gong Yoo

Reasons: 1. The chemistry in Coffee Prince is amazing. 2. Because we did not see enough of Gong Yoo’s abs. 3. Their kiss scenes (because their lips did more than touch, people!). This is one of the only shows I truly wish there was another season of, but I would take these two in anything together as long as it is not by the writers of Marry Him If You Dare.


4. The Real Wild Romance: Kang Dong Ho and Im Joo Eun

Ever since I saw Im Joo Eun appear on Heirs, I have been craving her wacky character from Wild Romance and her amazing romantic pairing with Kang Dong Ho's rigid PR character. These sidekicks stole every scene they were in, and this show is worth watching for many reasons, but these two would be at the top of the list. I would love to see them pair up again.


5. The Princess's Parents: Im Ye Jin and Kang Nam Gil

Are these two the hardest working parental characters in K-drama land? I see these two separately in so many dramas, and right now we have them in Marriage, not Dating and Trot Lovers, respectively, but I want to see them together again as loving, clueless parents like they were in Goong.


6. My Love from a Hallyu Star: Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun

Okay, if you can't make it one more minute after watching My Love from Another Star without a Kim Soo Hyun / Jeon Ji Hyun fix, you can actually see these two together in the film The Thieves. But I'd love to see these two in even another film or K-drama because their chemistry was out of this world (because, you know, he played an alien).


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7. It's Okay, He's my Bias: So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin

Gong Hyo Jin is going to need a new project after It’s Okay, that’s Love ends. Why not have it be with the most attractive man in the universe? They were wonderful together in Master's Sun and clearly got along off set. I need them together again. The universe needs them together again.


8. Those moms from Heirs: Kim Mi Kyung and Kim Sung Ryung

The real chemistry in this show was not from Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye; it was from Kim Sung Ryung and Kim Mi Kyung playing their respective mothers. Pillow fights. Wine. And everyone pretending not to notice Lee Min Ho's ugly sweaters. In my dreams at the end of Heirs these two open up a little store together selling...you guessed it...dreamcatchers. If I can only have one pairing from this list, I choose these two.


So, who would you love to see pair up again on screen? As they say in the Hunger Games, "may the odds be ever in your favor." You can see some onscreen pairings who already were reunited here.


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