I personally don’t find that kind of situation/scene romantic at all.
I respectfully disagree
.Can you explain to me: WHAT you find so romantic about a telepathic scene like that?
TRUE Friends or co-workers - or partners can do this. I have done it many times. I worked in a school system and my vice-principal and I who are still good friends can read each others thoughts -
I never questioned/debated that you can’t communicate that way. I also do it all the time with ALL my kids and my ex. They know what I want them to do at that moment, just by looking at them, and with no works spoken; you can say we can communicate telepathically. I very clearly stated is not Romantic at all, and you even agree with the fact that ‘‘good friends can read each other thoughts.’’ Thoughts: that’s all they are: thoughts. Not as a romantic interlude/scene.
@kdrama2020ali - kinda weird
These two words you wrote here: says it all, is kinda weird they use this scenes as a Romantic undertone in a scene. I also respectfully disagree with you because I don’t see anything romantic between a *telepathic’’ conversation: that is not expressing for example: I love you or I like you They are actually having a normal conversation (without words) and in top of that: they can read their minds enough that they can have several questions answered, too. That’s a bit too much for me.
The unsurmountable still scenes in Asian dramas makes me sick enough, and now I have to see the so often added ridiculous scene of telepathic communication, that is supposed to be seen/ replaced as a romantic scene? When is not romantic at all (imo).