From drama to action and even horror, Kapamilya teleseryes never fail to make its viewers feel all sorts of emotion. And the favorite among most is probably the feeling of kilig. Seeing two people express their feelings for each other, how can you not think “sana all”? Now, as 2019 inches closer to its finale, let us remember the kissing scenes from your favorite teleseryes that made our hearts flutter!
It was meant to be
When Alyana (Yassi Pressman) decided to break up with Cardo (Coco Martin), it shattered the hearts of Filipinos all over the world. It was made worse by the fact that this episode of FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano aired on Valentine’s Day, no less. It was truly a cause for celebration when the two rekindle their marriage and had a second wedding.
Playhouse started off on how Marlon (Zanjoe Marudo) and Patty’s (Angelica Panganiban) relationship blossomed then withered. But there was no doubt in the viewers’ minds that the two never stopped loving each other, even when it seemed like they have moved on. So, this confession and romantic kiss only proved that they would always destined to get back together.
Halik was another roller coaster ride, to say the least. The love story of Lino (Jericho Rosales) and Jacky (Yen Santos) was filled with what if’s and drama involving Ace (Sam Milby) and Jade (Yam Concepcion). Still, there were plenty of moments that managed to put a smile on our faces. Like when Lino and Jacky got trapped in a storage closet. As unexpected as it was, this finally allowed them to spend some alone time together. While Jacky tried her best to come up with plans to open the broken door, Lino was busy daydreaming about a heated kiss.
After everything that Michael (RK Bagatsing) went through on Nang Ngumiti Ang Langit, he definitely deserved some romance back into his life. He was sent to prison, lost the mother of his long-lost daughter, and then had to deal with people who wanted to hurt Mikmik (Sophia Reola). Nurse Grace (Shaina Magdayao) could not have arrived at a better time.
It was love at first sight for Drei (Tony Labrusca) on Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa. He worked hard to earn Juris’ (Bela Padilla) friendship. And even when he found himself in the friendzone, he only tried harder to pursue her. Eventually, after Leyla came into their lives, he prepared a proposal that she could not refuse.
Greco’s (Kit Thompson) is another character on Sino Ang May Sala? Mea Culpa who never gave up on love. Despite Lolita’s (Ivana Alawi) dangerously complicated situation with Lucio (Jay Manalo), this did not stop him from expressing his unwavering feelings towards her. Luckily, she reciprocated those feelings, albeit in secret kisses like in this scene.
In the heat of the moment
Betty (Arci Muñoz) and Chico (JM de Guzman) are the best of friends. Considering how special their bond is, it is no surprise that she started to see him as something more. Although, he has his eyes set on Pia (Alyssa Muhlach), she still could not control herself from pouring her heart out when they got drunk one night.
Lorenzo (Joseph Marco) acts superior. Dianne (Ritz Azul) does not back down from a challenge. They seem like a disaster, but their arguments only showed how true the saying is—the more you hate, the more you love. At one point, it became hard to deny the attraction between them. When he tried to scold her for acting careless, their exchange led to a kiss, which ended in a passionate night together.
Franco (Paulo Avelino) and Rhian’s (Angel Locsin) tandem on The General’s Daughter is another case of a love-hate relationship. He may not admit it with his words, but his actions were loud and clear enough. In the midst of a scuffle, he stole a kiss from her after expressing his frustrations. She used an arm lock to get away from him, but it was still a cute scene.
Sandugo’s Leo (Aljur Abrenica) did not always behave like Prince Charming. In fact, Grace (Elisse Joson) initially turned down a job at his hotel because of his invasive questions during the job interview. Somehow, he still managed to earn her trust which led to this smooch.
To hide a secret
Not every kiss is as heartfelt. Oscar (Rowell Santiago) and Lily’s (Lorna Tolentino) intimate moment on FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano may seem like the President’s second chance at love, after losing his wife and children at an ambush. The bad news is that Lily has an ulterior motive in marrying Oscar. The good news is that she is a great actress.
The events that ruined Romina’s (Beauty Gonzalez) life at the beginning of Kadenang Ginto was almost too hard to watch. So, when Robert (Albert Martinez) swooped in to help her start again was the sigh of relief that viewers were waiting for. It was an added bonus that he was madly in love with her and genuinely cared for her. Unfortunately, their relationship did not have the happy ending that everyone hoped for after Robert’s crime was revealed.
From sweet to intense to deceiving, these kissing scenes were the most unforgettable for different reasons. Which one is your favorite?