Son Ye-jin, Hyun Bin confirmed as leads in new drama from ‘My Love From The Star’ writer

Both Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin are coming back to the small screen this year, and they will both star in a drama called Crash Landing Of Love which is written by Park Ji-eun, the writer of My Love From The Stars, The Producers, and Legend Of The Blue Sea.

Son Ye-jin will play a character named Yoon Se-ri, the heiress to one of the most wealthiest companies in Korea who ends up landing in North Korean soil during a paragliding accident. Fortunately, a North Korean commissioned officer named Lee Jung-hyuk, to be played by Hyun Bin, comes to her rescue by hiding and protecting her. The two then fall in love with each other as they spend more time together.

Crash Landing Of Love will be directed by Lee Jung-hyo, the PD behind Romance Is A Bonus Book, Life On Mars, and The Good Wife. Both director Lee and writer Park have good track records in their respective works, and considering that Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin are award-winning and A-list actors in the industry, fans can expect a promising drama.

Son Ye-jin is a four-time Baeksang Arts Award winner, having been recognized as Best Actress in 2007 (TV), 2009 (film), and 2017 (film). She was last seen playing the lead in the romantic drama Something In The Rain opposite Jung Hae-in.

Meanwhile, Hyun Bin won the Grand Prize for TV in the 47th (2011) Baeksang Arts Awards for his role in Secret Garden. His most recent series series is the science fiction drama Memories of the Alhambra.

Both Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin previously worked together in the 2018 film The Negotiation.

Crash Landing Of Love will premiere on tvN towards the end of 2019.

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