Nothing is much more anticipated in watching teleseryes than witnessing that climactic kiss!
That dashing male lead is silenced by the electrifying moment their eyes meet, while the mesmerized leading lady is awestruck, unable to speak before she herself closes her eyes, as they slowly and passionately lock their lips.
Kissing scenes in dramas are always the most talked about. It signals a rite of passage for young, rising artists as it presents their newfound dedication to the craft, and of course reason for shippers to celebrate!
Through the years, we’ve witnessed such thrilling kilig moments unfold while the shrieking and screaming refuse to stop.
And here are seven of the most remarkable, memorable kissing scenes in teleseryes we all would like to recall in our tender, intimate Valentine trysts.
This could be the most daring scene Julia Montes has ever did. At age 19, she had to do a love scene with her loveteam and rumored boyfriend Coco Martin in the 2014 drama Ikaw Lamang. Although her character Mona wasn’t really the love interest of Samuel they still ended up together in the first book of the series.
Pangako Sa ‘Yo
The original version was a huge hit in the early 2000s, spawning to two years of being on-air and fanbases in different parts of the world where it was shown. Since it’s one of the most followed love stories, Pangako Sa ‘Yo had a remake in 2015 which starred modern-day King and Queen of Hearts Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo as Angelo Buenavista and Yna Macaspac, respectively.
This was what became KathNiel’s first on-screen kiss. Whether or not they locked lips, that moment was undeniably breathtaking.
Be Careful With My Heart
It might be Jodi Sta. Maria and Richard Yap’s first time to work as a love team, but their chemistry was already palpable. Many people absolutely admired their characters Maya dela Rosa and Richard “Ser Chief” Lim and got thrilled with their kilig, sweet moments.
Who would forget the time when the bubbly got her first-ever kiss from her dapper boss after attending Nikki (Janella Salvador) and Luke (Jerome Ponce)’s promenade? Even though it was just a peck on the cheek, it definitely electrified us.
On The Wings of Love
Clark (James Reid) and Leah’s (Nadine Lustre) romance proves that although their relationship started because of the latter’s pursuit to make her American dream come true, they can still achieve forever. From their forced kiss due to their faux wedding to their first real kiss in this small celebration of the approval of Leah’s US citizenship, the reel-to-real loveteam never fail to rack up millions of tweets from their loving avid fans.
Sue Ramirez and Arjo Atayde tandem could be new, but their unmistakable chemistry as Anna and Paco, respectively, proves that they can keep pace with other pairs. Besides, what makes this extra special is the fact that it was Sue’s first-ever on-screen kiss.
A Love To Last
A relationship like what Andrea and Anton had was absolutely complicated because of the circumstances and the latter’s situation. But they were able to overcome all the issues that came their way and lived happily ever after.
Their strong love for each other was highly insuppressible, which made it hard for them to shrug off and deny their feelings anymore.
Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin
With their reunion in the daytime soap opera, Kim Chiu and Gerald Anderson attested that their tandem remains undisputed amid the proliferation of new loveteams because they still have the chemistry and sparks are still flying for them.
Their first on-screen smooch after so many years was much-awaited by their shippers and avid teleserye fans.
Such smooches in our minds are undoubtedly lingering. Teleseryes through the years have really depicted love as idyllic and aspirational as it can be. And such is what we all want—one that is genuine, pure, powerful, and unconditional, all sealed with a kiss. Here’s to similar, breathtaking moments come Valentine’s Day.