Staff revealed Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin once intended to break up when filming Crash Landing On You and this is the reaction of the crew on set
After Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin announced their marriage news, netizens found valuable information about their love story.
In the past few days, the Korean entertainment industry has been buzzing because of the good news that Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin are getting married. Starting a relationship thanks to Crash Landing On You, the two made Asian showbiz “explode” when they confirmed their dating. The cult couple is currently receiving great attention from fans, everyone is waiting for their super wedding to be held in March.
However, on Chinese social networks, netizens are spreading extremely hot information about the love story of Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin. A source shared on Weibo as follows: “While filming Crash Landing On You, there was actually a period when the couple decided to break up.”
The source also had a remarkable revelation about the reaction of the film’s staff: “Everyone felt very awkward. Fortunately, the two were able to reconcile afterwards. The couple is now preparing for their wedding.”
However, the person who shared this news also confirmed that this story was only told by her sister (who is an actress and has some relationship with Crash Landing On You staff). This story is difficult to be verified, so netizens can choose to believe it or not.
Sohu rewind to January 2020, while the blockbuster series was still airing. There were rumors at the time that Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin would marry once the series ended. However, it was later rumored that the couple had broken up, leaving people perplexed.
When the media questioned Son Ye Jin’s representative, the actress’s manager denied it, saying, “It must be because “Crash Landing On You” is gaining so much public attention that there are so many odd rumors online.”
Following the announcement of their marriage, the representatives of the two famous actors also announced that Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin will marry in mid-March. Because she wanted to carefully prepare for this joyous event, the Korean actress has scheduled and reduced all of her works in late 2021 and early 2022 in order to devote her complete attention to the wedding.