It may sound cliche, but we all love to say it when we see it ― “The more you hate, the more you love.” When we see two people passionately have a semblance of hatred towards the other person, we sometimes sense that it may be because they are giving so much attention to the person.
Eventually, the unsettling spark in their relationship makes them closer and turns into a wonderful one that leads to love. If you fancy these types of love stories, you'll definitely want to know these teleserye couples. Watch this Kapamilya Snaps episode to meet the pairings with the cutest love-hate relationships!
Max and Deib from He’s Into Her
He’s Into Her’s Max (Belle Mariano) and Deib (Donny Pangilinan) definitely started off on the wrong foot. Their first meeting involved a car crash and every encounter they had after that spiraled into misunderstandings. At one point, Max punched Deib leading Deib to launch a bullying campaign against Max.
Fortunately, they made their amends and saw the faults in each other after being involved in an anti-bullying project. The two bonded over it and found that they actually like each other, so much so that it turned into a romantic love story.
Chichay and Joaquin from Got to Believe
Joaquin (Daniel Padilla) certainly got on Chichay’s (Kathryn Bernardo) nerves when he pulled on those childish pranks on her while she worked as his personal maid in Got To Believe. Good thing his rudeness didn’t make Chichay completely pull away. It made Chichay see why Joaquin was acting out and helped her understand him more. Joaquin also saw Chichay differently altogether. It was no surprise anymore why they fell in love as they helped each other with their life problems during college.
Billy and Gabo from Make It With You
Misunderstandings usually cause chaos, but it actually puts things in order for Make It With You’s Billy (Liza Soberano) and Gabo (Enrique Gil) because these two were totally meant to be.
While they were both in Croatia, the two find themselves together in a cafe, but with two different purposes. Billy thought she was on a date while Gabo thought he was in a job interview. The misunderstanding caused tension between them, but they later discovered the chemistry between them. Despite being separated along the way, they found their way back to each other in the Philippines.
Marga and Mikoy from Kadenang Ginto
Almost everyone could have a strained relationship with Marga (Andrea Brillantes) with her rich and spoiled little girl attitude, but Mikoy (Seth Fedelin) didn’t let it get to him.
Mikoy’s humble and down-to-earth personality was him to the core and when he met Marga, it was a clash we all expected to happen. Surprisingly, the two found their groove and became each other’s confidantes. Their budding relationship turned into a sweet one that also pushed Marga to be a better person in Kadenang Ginto.
Leah and Clark from On The Wings of Love
Forced to marry for their personal gains other than love is reason enough for Leah (Nadine Lustre) and Clark (James Reid) to not get along. Adding to the fact that they had numerous little fights and arguments when they first stayed together. Slowly, though, they grew on each other and their marriage of convenience allowed them to see each other’s perspectives better. Soon, their fake relationship became a real one with all the exciting kilig in On The Wings Of Love.
Eva and Inno from Ngayon at Kailanman
Despite Eva (Julia Barretto) and Inno (Joshua Garcia) sharing their passion for jewelry making in Ngayon At Kailanman, they didn’t become the best of friends immediately because Inno mistakenly accused Eva of stealing. It took a lot of investigation, drama, and explanation before the two discovered that they were just caught in a long-standing family issue. They helped each other work things out and along the way also realized their feelings for each other.
Lupita and Connor from Los Bastardos
Many didn’t expect Lupita (Mica Javier) and Connor (Joshua Colet) to be partners in crime because, after all, they met trying to steal the same Blue Diamond Ring. This encounter in Los Bastardos, however, led them to discover each other's talents. Sure they started off as rivals, but they then saw the advantage of being partners. After a while, their professional partnership evolved into a romantic one.
Hope and Jake from Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin
With their mothers at each other’s throat, Hope (Kira Ballinger) and Jake (Grae Fernandez) were meant to be enemies as well in Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin. Ironically, it was that exact same situation that led them to understand each other. While they initially had misgivings about each other, they were going through the same thing and found solace in each other’s company. The craziness of their lives led them to run away together. They found their way back home later when everything got resolved, but they also found home in each other.
Marissa and Avel from Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin
Avel (Joseph Marco) is always with Marissa (Jodi Sta. Maria) because of his duty to protect her life in Ang Sa Iyo Ay Akin. They should get along, but strain arises in their relationship because they disagree on many topics, some concerning Marissa’s life at stake.
Even if that’s the case, Avel would remain to fulfill his duty as a bodyguard to protect Marissa. He realizes, later on, that he was also doing it out of love and Marissa recognizes her own feelings for Avel as well.
Lisa and Leo from Sana Dalawa ang Puso
The personalities of Lisa (Jodi Sta. Maria) and Leo (Robin Padilla) in Sana Dalawa Ang Puso are polar opposites. Lisa is a rich and sophisticated business woman, while Leo was a rough and tough street guy. When they met, it was a disaster waiting to happen as Lisa branded Leo as a pervert.
Leo was able to clear it all up, but their clashing views and personalities just could connect. Although, their constant banter and back-and-forth arguing led them to warm up to each other and get opened up to a different way of life. Their bond continued to grow and sprouted into love that no one expected at all.
Do you recall other couples that gave you the most kilig vibes watching their ‘haters to lovers’ story?