Romance can be beguiling. Surprisingly enough, our readers feel the same. Gone are the days when you could sell BLs based on sex or sensuality; the fans are more choosy these days. They prefer quality over quantity and it shows in their intelligent choices. “The Top Ten BL Couples” have rightfully earned their spot on our list because of their incomparable chemistry and flawless performances. Thank you to one and all for taking the time to vote. Check out the results below.
Romance is an integral part of most shows, be it heterosexual or BL dramas; nevertheless, the fact remains that both intimacy & sensuality is important for romanticization. More so, in Boys’ Love dramas, where the comfort levels of the lead couple is always tested. In today’s feature, our authors will be talking about their favorite BL couples; the ones that stole the limelight and the audience’s hearts!
Choosing the “Top Ten BL Couples” from the veritable number of Boys’ Love dramas that premiered in 2022 was indeed difficult. Our authors had to surf through numerous favorites to narrow their list of these choices. In today’s feature, we will be talking about popular BL couples based on their acting talents and compatibility with each other. Join us as our team members talk about their dearest couples!
Semantic Error drama quite literally took the internet by storm. If it was not famous enough as a webtoon, which it was; it reached new heights with the live adaptation. I cried tears of joy when I saw an excellent webtoon adaptation for once. Live actions can go either way, as we all are aware, but this one was a welcome change. The plot is definitely no error, and neither are the characters. In my opinion, it is pretty unique. But today, we bring you some subtle and some big differences between the manhwa and the live adaptation.
Shipping is a serious business in the Asian BL industry, with legions of fandoms invested in the offscreen camaraderie between their beloved idol’s.
Adapted from the web novel of the same name by Jeo Soo Ri, Semantic Error is the story of computer science major Cho Sang Woo (Park Jae Chan), and his complicated relationship with design major Jang Jae Young (Park Seo Ham).