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Just want to share the good news... HB finally confirmed his TVN drama today. So looking forward to this and can just picture out how good he'll be as a North Korean officer. His Confidential Assignment look is one of my favorite looks of him tbh.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1326375wpp/hyun-bin-and-son-ye-jin-confirm-for-new-drama-from-writer-of-the-legend-of-the-blue-sea

 

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2019/05/hyun-bin-son-ye-jin-confirmed-as-leads-of-new-tvn-romance-loves-crash-landing

 

 

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30 minutes ago, firstaid said:

Just want to share the good news... HB finally confirmed his TVN drama today. So looking forward to this and can just picture out how good he'll be as a North Korean officer. His Confidential Assignment look is one of my favorite looks of him tbh.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1326375wpp/hyun-bin-and-son-ye-jin-confirm-for-new-drama-from-writer-of-the-legend-of-the-blue-sea

 

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2019/05/hyun-bin-son-ye-jin-confirmed-as-leads-of-new-tvn-romance-loves-crash-landing

 

 

 

Hi firstaid, thanks for sharing the links. This is good news! I’m glad they are finally doing a drama together this time. So looking forward to watch them. My heart is always beating so fast for HB. :P

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*** The coming together of Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin has fans even more excited. Viewers can't wait to see them together in this drama already. Hyun Bin takes on the role of a good looking and best-skilled North Korean officer Lee Jeong-hyeok while Son Ye-jin is Yoon Se-ri, a top 1% heiress in Korea. "Emergency Love Landing" aims for release towards the end of the year on tvN. Can’t wait! :P

 

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yes .. good news for us - Fans for Hyun Bin 

 

we get to see him in Drama 

plus Romantic Drama with Son Ye-jin

I think they make good couple and will definitely have the best chemistry..

 

CAN'T WAIT !!

:relaxed:

 

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@willenette and @wintertimes So glad that there are positive reactions w/ the confirmation. Judging from the IG & twitter posts so far, many are excited. Though the confirmation took a long time, the wait was worth it... My admiration and respect for HB grew leaps. He's really a man of his word. When he said in the Negotiation promos that he wanted to work w/ Son Yejin in a melo or romcom genre in his next project, he really followed this through.

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1 hour ago, firstaid said:

@willenette and @wintertimes So glad that there are positive reactions w/ the confirmation. Judging from the IG & twitter posts so far, many are excited. Though the confirmation took a long time, the wait was worth it... My admiration and respect for HB grew leaps. He's really a man of his word. When he said in the Negotiation promos that he wanted to work w/ Son Yejin in a melo or romcom genre in his next project, he really followed this through.

 

Hi firstaid It is a rom-com so expect the CUTE scenes here. This isn’t the first time Hyun Bin is playing a North Korean – he did so in the movie, “Cooperation.” (Confidential Assignment). :P

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2 hours ago, willenette said:

 

Hi firstaid It is a rom-com so expect the CUTE scenes here. This isn’t the first time Hyun Bin is playing a North Korean – he did so in the movie, “Cooperation.” (Confidential Assignment). :P

Hi there too. Yup, I've watched Confidential Assignment 2x to be exact) and I super love HB there. I just hope it wouldn't be too cutesy though. Just enough to not make the drama too serious, but not too much that makes it silly already. 

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On 5/22/2019 at 1:53 PM, wintertimes said:

yes .. good news for us - Fans for Hyun Bin 

 

we get to see him in Drama 

plus Romantic Drama with Son Ye-jin

I think they make good couple and will definitely have the best chemistry..

 

CAN'T WAIT !!

:relaxed:

 

 

Hi wintertimes, I'm happy that they'll work together in a drama soon. I wish them all the best!  Fighting Hyun Bin! :P

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The 14 Best K-Drama Rom-Coms Of All Time

 

With the scent of summer in the air and the anticipation of a fun-filled summer up ahead, it’s the perfect time to binge watch some classic K-drama rom-coms to get you into that summer romance feel. Rom-com dramas, when done right, are the best kind of genre to watch.

 

They make you feel good, tug at your heartstrings, and totally have you a believer in love. All aspects that we can dig, right? There’s obviously been a lot of rom-coms out there in the K-drama world, but very few earn the title of being the best of all time. Here’s a look at 14 of those titles (in no particular order).

 

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead.

 

 

6. My Lovely Sam Soon

This one is another Hyun Bin drama, but it’s also one that can’t be missed! “My Lovely Sam Soon” stars Kim Sun Ah as Sam Soon, a pastry chef who gets a job at a gourmet restaurant that Hyun Jin Hoon (Hyun Bin) owns. After a series of unfortunate events, Sam Soon and Jin Hoon make a contract to be in a fake relationship.

 

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It’s a classic love story with a trope that we’re all familiar with. It has the same kind of vibe as the Hollywood movie, “Bridget Jones’s Diary” as it deals with a female protagonist who is self-conscious about her appearance and has had terrible luck when it comes to men. It’s witty, humorous, and the character, Sam Soon is so relatable! The two main leads start off despising each other, but then they start to fall in love. It’s a heart-warming love story and it will make you a believer in true love!

 

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Start watching “My Name Is Kim Sam Soon”:

 

Watch Now

 

 

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2. Secret Garden

Ah, the popular body swapping K-drama trope. Like “Full House,” the idea of the main leads swapping bodies in a series was not really that popular nor used that often at the time. So when Kim Joo Won (Hyun Bin) and Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won) swap bodies halfway throughout the series, people were surprised but found it pleasantly charming.

 

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This series is one of the best rom-coms of all time because of the ever so talented Hyun Bin and his arrogant but oh so romantic character. He was able to portray Joo Won in a way that made him so lovable despite his love for money and designer tracksuits.

 

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We also can’t forget Ha Ji Won and her fangirling character, Gil Ra Im. It was hilarious to see her obsess over her idol, Oska (Yoon Sang Hyun). It made the relating to the female lead part pretty easy to do!

 

Start watching “Secret Garden”:

 

Watch Now

 

 

 

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credit : soompi news

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I hope Hyun Bin will cut his hair very short for this drama like he did on the movie confidential assignment, it was his best look in my opinion. 

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*** I was able to watch his latest movie, "Rampant" - Although, the movie is polished, but I feel that “Rampant” is reluctant to commit fully to the intriguing originality of its premise. What I like about the movie is that the film tells its story at a faster pace. There was quite a lot to like with ‘Rampant.’ This was the first time that I saw Jang Dong Gun portray a villain but I really was not surprised that he was given a major chunk of the story. Prince Ganglim (Hyun Bin) gets the only resemblance of a character arc, as he must learn to grow out of his immature ways and accept his responsibilities towards his people. The film managed to incorporate some dramatic elements to “Rampant” as the prince came to terms with his destiny to take the throne. All in all, the movie had great production value and practical effects that worked. You’re here to see people slash and dash their way through waves of zombies – and that’s exactly where “Rampant” excels at. They are still as terrifying as you’d expect, and the film doesn’t shy away from gore. What sets the movie apart is its use of the time period. The production designs are exquisite, with grand sets for the towns and the palace, and elaborate traditional costumes that transport you back in time. You still get badass sword-wielding warriors taking down a swarm of zombies wearing “hanbok” clothes, and blockbuster-style battle scenes in grand set pieces. ‘Rampant’ still emerges as a rather fun and highly enjoyable variation on the Asian zombie genre that has plenty to like about it. :P

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