Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin’s ‘Crash Landing On You’ unveils first teaser

Son Ye-jin and Hyun-bin‘s much-anticipated romance drama Crash Landing On You has finally dropped its first video teaser!

On October 25, tvN released a 15-second video that gives viewers a peek of the upcoming drama. Most of the clip shows stunning scenery from Switzerland, where a major portion of the show is shot, interspersed with close-ups of Hyun-bin and Son Ye-jin.

Crash Landing On You revolves around a South Korean heiress, played by Son Ye-jin (Something In The Rain), who is forced to land in North Korea during a paragliding accident. There, she crosses paths with a high-ranking North Korean commissioned officer, played by Hyun Bin (Memories Of The Alhambra), who decides to protect her. Gradually, a clandestine romance blossoms between the two.

Crash Landing On You is directed by PD Lee Jung-hyo, who was behind Romance Is A Bonus Book (2019) and Life On Mars (2018), and penned by screenwriter Park Ji-eun, who worked on Legend Of The Blue Sea (2016-2017) and The Producers (2015).

The Saturday-Sunday drama, which is expected to premiere in November, also stars Seo Ji-hye (Heart Surgeons) and Kim Jung-hyun (The Time).

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