Son Ye-jin falls into Hyun Bin’s embrace in new ‘Crash Landing On You’ teaser

On October 31, tvN dropped the second teaser for its upcoming romantic comedy Crash Landing On You, showcasing the chemistry between leads Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin.

Crash Landing On You follows a South Korean heiress, played by Son Ye-jin (Something In The Rain), who ends up in North Korea after a paragliding accident. There, she meets a North Korean soldier (Hyun Bin) who protects her and love blossoms between the two.

In the teaser, Son Ye-jin is seen wearing a paragliding outfit, stuck on a tree and shouting for help. Hyun Bin (Memories of the Alhambra), in a soldier’s uniform, approaches her warily with his gun drawn. She enthusiastically calls out to him, but upon noticing red stripes and stars on his uniform, she realizes that he is a North Korean soldier and panics. Hyun Bin orders her to come down and she loses her balance, landing straight into his arms and making him stagger. He then pushes her off and informs her that she’s in North Korea, much to her surprise.

Crash Landing On You is a collaboration between the director of Romance Is A Bonus Book, Lee Jung-hyo, and the writer of Legend of the Blue Sea, Park Ji-eun. It is set to premiere sometime in December as a Saturday-Sunday drama.

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