Cha Eunwoo's Steamy Kiss Scene in "A Good Day To Be A Dog Makes Netizens Go Crazy

Cha Eunwoo's steamy kiss scene in "A Good Day To Be A Dog" has sparked controversy. International viewers applaud the departure from bland kiss scenes, praising the actors' dedication.

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Cha Eunwoo's Steamy Kiss Scene in A Good Day To Be A Dog Makes Netizens Go Crazy

In a recent episode of the K-Drama sensation "A Good Day To Be A Dog," viewers were in for more than just the quirky premise of the show. The romantic comedy, starring ASTRO's heartthrob Cha Eunwoo, took an unexpected turn with a hot and heavy makeout scene that left fans buzzing and ignited a debate among Korean netizens.


The plot revolves around a unique curse – a kiss from a man transforms the female lead into a dog. While episode 8 featured a cute kiss, the latest episode shocked viewers with an intimate moment that showcased the actors' tongues in full view. This departure from the usual reserved approach to on-screen kisses in K-Dramas caught the attention of international viewers who lauded the scene for its realism and passionate portrayal.

For years, K-Dramas have faced criticism for their "dead fish kisses," a term used to describe lacklustre and unconvincing kiss scenes. Cha Eunwoo's bold performance has become a breath of fresh air for international fans who appreciate the dedication of the actors to elevate the emotional authenticity of the scenes.


However, the reaction from Korean netizens has been mixed. Some have embraced the evolving standards of kiss scenes in K-Dramas, commending the departure from traditional norms and celebrating the boldness displayed by the actors. This faction sees it as a positive step towards more realistic portrayals of romantic moments in Korean television.

On the flip side, some were put off by the explicitness of the scene, finding it too much for the typically conservative landscape of K-Dramas. The visible tongues in the makeout scene have sparked a debate about whether this marks a positive evolution in Korean drama or if it strays too far from the genre's roots.



  • There are tongues in other scenes too, so I think they just continued filming that way. Well, what’s the deal about tongues when they’re already smashing lips?

  • I just watched it thinking, “wow, how intense,” and nothing much else.

  • What…is this?

  • Even if it’s acting, the actress could feel a little uncomfortable… They could film it without tongues.

  • I don’t like the use of tongues… It’s so-so from the viewer’s POV.

  • Why are people mad? I love it.

  • It’s dirty… Did they have to use tongues like that?

  • Wow, but Cha Eunwoo’s face is really moving me.

  • Wow, hot stuff.

  • What did you think of the scene

The steamy kiss has undoubtedly brought attention to "A Good Day To Be A Dog," elevating its profile and sparking discussions about the boundaries of romantic scenes in K-Dramas. As the series continues to unfold, it remains to be seen how this bold move will influence future portrayals of intimacy in the ever-evolving world of Korean dramas. Whether fans support or criticize the scene, it undeniably adds a layer of complexity to the ongoing conversation about the representation of romance in the realm of K-Dramas.


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