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[OFFICIAL] Hyun Bin ❤️ Son Ye Jin (BinJin Couple)

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7 hours ago, TotoroSY said:

This is too cute not to post - their bickering and teasing in the SWOON videos are legendary!

This is what I and my boyfriend do when we are joking:joy:

 

 

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So if you guys really love BinJin couple and ship them, what do you think how long they will give us the announcement about their relationship or their wedding:D:heart:

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10 minutes ago, binjinunnie said:


I think 4th quarter of this year once HB is done with the movie promotions and Yejin is also finished with her future project, whatever that may be :) 

 

Based on the speculated timeline, they started started dating around Oct-Nov of 2018 (golf pics). If that’s the case, then they have only been dating for a little over a year. Getting married in the fourth quarter or early next year means that they would have dated two years before marriage. That’s a good timeline considering their age. Plus, they won’t announce anything now because CLOY just ended (the show’s success will be overshadowed by dating/marriage news) and the situation in Korea isn’t exactly good with the rising cases of CoVid. Knetz would say that it isn’t an ideal time to get married as the country is facing a health crisis. 
 

If they started their relationship in November of 2018, isn’t it a bit too early for them to plan a trip abroad together? They were only dating for around three months then. Either they started dating earlier than this proposed timeline or someone is seriously WHIPPED to have flown from Korea to LA for a budding romance. 
 

Anyway, these are all conjectures. I’m hoping that they will announce something wonderful in the future! 

Wow, that's what i thought, cause Korea is very complicated now, Bin has a new movie and some news that he stills making his movie in Korea first, so worried about him:cry: and Ye Jin sis i not sure that she have a movie or project this year, so it maybe like you said, 4th quarter of this year:heart:

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JTBC PLUS | 2020. 02. 28. 6:45 AM

 

"Crash Landing on You" crew donates 130 million won to prevent Covid-19

 

The production crew of the drama "Crash Landing on You" has donated money for the response and prevention of the Covid-19 outbreak.

 

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On February 28, Culture Depot and Studio Dragon - production company of the Sat-Sun drama "Crash Landing on You" (tvN) - donated 100 million won to the Hope Bridge Disaster Relief Association. In addition, the drama's scriptwriter Park Ji Eun also participated in this good deed with 30 million won of donation.

A representative of the drama "Crash Landing on You" said, "A lot of people are having a hard time due to the outbreak of Covid-19 virus. As a result, the entire film crew unanimously participated in the donation to support the recovery. We hope the current situation will be controlled as soon as possible."

"Crash Landing on You" received much love and interest from the audience when taking the No.1 place in terms of viewership ratings (21.7% according to the nationwide paid platform standard of Nielsen Korea) among all the dramas aired on tvN.

 

 

Reporter Kim Ji Hyun /kim.jihyun3@jtbc.co.kr
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OSEN | 2020. 02. 28. 6:44 AM


Suga (BTS), Son Ye Jin, Irene (Red Velvet) together donate for hometown Daegu

 

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Currently, the novel Coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China is still widespread. Every day, the number of infected patients is increasing rapidly and the majority is concentrated in Daegu - Gyeongbuk area.

At 9 am (KST) on February 28, according to the Central Commission on Epidemic Control, the number of Korean patients is confirmed at 2,022. In particular, the total number of patients in the Daegu - Gyeongbuk area is 1,708 people (Daegu 1,314 people, Gyeongbuk 394 people), accounting for over 80%.

Therefore, stars from Daegu can't help but concern and worry about their hometown. Although this is not their own business, stars from Daegu took the lead in sending donations and supplies needed for the prevention. They are even publicly sending encouragement to their families as well as local residents in Daegu.

With fame beyond Daegu as well as Korea when conquering the global music market, Suga (BTS) is a representative idol Daegu takes pride in. On February 27, he donated 100 million won through Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association to support his hometown Daegu.

Kim Je Dong also directly donated necessities for 2 areas, Daegu and Gyeongbuk. On February 25, Kim Je Dong's partner informed the difficulties in slums when free meal provision was discontinued and said, "After buying instant noodles, kimchi and hand sanitizers, we sent them yesterday and today."

 

Daegu has long been well-known as the land of beauties. A typical example is actress Son Ye Jin. She also donated 100 million won through Community Chest of Korea in Daegu and said, "Daegu holds a special meaning to me since this is where I was born and grew up, where my parents are living. Therefore, when I found out about Daegu's situation through the news, I felt even sadder and heartbroken."

Irene (Red Velvet) is also a typical pretty female idol who comes from Daegu. In addition to the donation of 500 million won by her management agency SM Entertainment, Irene also separately donated 100 million won to Community Chest of Korea on February 28.

Son Tae Young, the star who is from Daegu, donated 100 million won to the Korean Red Cross with her husband, Kwon Sang Woo, in the hope of helping the life of Daegu people soon get back to normal. Director Bong Joon Ho also donated 100 million won to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association in the name of the movie "Parasite".

 

Besides, there are also many stars expressing their beliefs and hopes. On February 26, singer Yangpa sent the comfort and encouragement to families and people in the Daegu area through a message on personal Instagram, "They said it was okay, just staying at home. But every day is the same. Have you contacted your parents? #Daegu_fighting #Let's_take_care_of_our_heath."

TV personality Kim Kyung Hwa took to SNS to inform about letting her children take a temporary break from school, "I decided to let my children leave school, adjust the March schedule and timetable. So sad. Thus, when it is announced that the pandemic is over, I can listen to it 100 times over. I also pay the tax frequently. I have many things to say, but I think I will keep them for myself."


 

OSEN = Reporter Park So Young /comet568@osen.co.kr 
Photo = OSEN DB, SNS
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Oh, look at this fan made clip. Now if they don’t want to marry each other, then I want them to be in another drama or movie together which should be a sageuk. B)
 

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Don’t know how come I cannnot embed the video link from Weibo. Can someone more computer savvy provide some guidance to this ahjumma? 

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2 hours ago, Hyunyebinjin said:

Sequence of events

30-12-18 mota wrap up party

19-01-19 sightings in LA

11-02-19 YJ bday

21-01-19 grocerieswetrust

24-01-19 Hy came back from LA

Her birthday is 11 Jan not Feb.

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1 hour ago, My Cao said:

So if you guys really love BinJin couple and ship them, what do you think how long they will give us the announcement about their relationship or their wedding:D:heart:

It may take at least a year, knowing how private YJ is and with HB being a man of few words. The couple that I shipped before took them a little over a year to announce they’re getting married. 

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Our face time with Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin: ‘She has great qualities’

 

Lifestyle24154-e1582832294903-1170x585.jHyun Bin and Son Ye-jin of “Crash Landing on You” hold up Inquirer mascot Guyito during an interview with Lifestyle Super K in Seoul last year.

 

“Crash Landing on You” (CLOY) was a big hit, and fans of the K-drama attributed their obsession with the series to the palpable chemistry between its lead actors, Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin.

 

The series was not the actors’ first time to work together. They starred in the hit 2018 movie “The Negotiation.”

 

Lifestyle Super K went to Seoul in 2019 to attend the press conference of CLOY. Having worked together before made it easy for the stars to do CLOY, they said. “Negotiation,” however, was a crime thriller, not a romance.

 

Hyun pointed out that he and Son did not shoot plenty of scenes together in the movie, but on CLOY, they had plenty of opportunities to be together on and off screen.

 

“She has great qualities,” Hyun said about Son. “I was curious about so many things about her like how she prepares for and acts out the scenes. When we meet on set, she has a lot prepared for the scenes we’re about to do. This challenges me to do better and I learn a lot from her.”

 

Asked if she thinks Captain Ri is worth the heartbreak, Son replied: “In a way, the character Se-ri was very selfish. Living in South Korea, she never failed at anything and nothing ever got in her way. And she begins to change by meeting Ri Jeong Hyeok. She feels things she’s never felt before, and through her attraction toward him, she changes as a person. So for Se-ri, Jeong Hyeok is her destiny and someone who completely changes her life. So he’s worth more than a heartbreak.”

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As Hyun Bin is so impressed with Son Ye Jin's acting skills, the following are articles about her devotion to acting. Moreover, SYJ is also active in adjusting scripts a bit or contributing her ideas when necessary.

 

The Last Princess Movie was initially funded with US$8.6 million,[12] and SYJ invested 1 billion (US$886,500) into the film after production costs rose, so the staff would have a "more comfortable working environment". Box office: US$40.35 million

 

‘April Snow’ & ‘The Last Princess’ director Hur Jin-ho cheering on Ye-Jin on ‘Be With You’.

Thanks to @Helena

April Snow Movie (1st movie with Director Hur Jin-ho)

When It Comes To Filming Love Scenes Over 9 Hours This Queen of Tears Has No Fears

By Chang May Choon / The New Paper (Singapore)

FOR months, she has been the neglected co-star of Bae Yong Joon in their latest film, April Snow.

Despite being in Bae Yong Joon's shadow, actress Son Ye Jin has a strong following among male fans.

The Japanese media labelled her 'Yonsama's lover' (Yonsama refers to Yong Joon), and while his handsome face got splashed in newspapers and magazine covers all over Asia, she was relegated to the sidelines.

But, do not be mistaken.

On her own, South Korean actress Son Ye Jin can also command a captive male audience that is no smaller than all of Yong Joon's aunty brigade combined.

Hailed as the Queen Of Melodrama and Queen Of Tears in Korea, she has already earned the reputation of being a box-office guarantee.

Her last two films, Crazy First Love and A Moment To Remember, both made it to the Top 10 Best-selling Korean Film chart in Korea in 2003 and 2004 respectively.

Both films attracted more than two million admissions in Korea, making them no less than massive hits.

With the release of April Snow here this week, the doe-eyed 23-year-old gives her adoring male fans yet another reason to worship her.

In the movie, the actress will flaunt her ample bosom and smooth back in no less than four scenes.

The two sex scenes are undoubtedly her most daring to date, as she steers herself away from her girl-next-door stereotype.

From donning an itsy-bitsy blue bikini in the romantic comedy, Crazy First Love, she has become bolder with each new project she takes on.

In one scene in April Snow, Ye Jin is seen stepping out of the shower and blow-drying her hair wearing a white bra.

The film's director, Hur Jin Ho, admitted his leading lady's body was too good not to flaunt.

'I decided to keep the scenes of her blow-drying her hair, because she has such a beautiful figure,' he explained with a laugh, at the movie's Asia-wide media conference held in Seoul in August.

Much talked about, too, are the two sex scenes totalling five minutes, which show not only Yong Joon's taut pectorals but also Ye Jin's creamy smooth back. The two play strangers who inadvertently fall in love after realising that their spouses have been cheating on them before being involved in a car accident.

Even if Ye Jin is becoming more daring in her roles, she certainly wasn't too open about discussing them.

In an e-mail interview with The New Paper, she chose not to answer our question about director Hur's compliment on her figure, and also skipped another question on whether she would bare all on screen.

SEX SCENES CRUCIAL

But she did give a lengthy, albeit bland, explanation on why the sex scenes, which took nine long hours to film, are not meant to titillate, but are crucial to the story development.

'If there were no love scenes, people will find it difficult to understand and feel sympathy for the two characters,' she said.


'I do not think they fell for each other for physical reasons... But, as we started shooting, conveying that kind of sentiment was hard, because when they fell in love, there were a lot of complicated thoughts lingering inside their minds.'

But Ye Jin's biggest asset yet is her well-known ability to cry on cue and break the coldest of hearts.

She had leukaemia in Lover's Concerto, became a heart-transplant patient in Summer Scent, and then contracted Alzheimer's disease in A Moment To Remember.

Although she is healthy in April Snow, there is no lack of gut-wrenching crying scenes.

On the first day of filming alone, she reportedly cried for eight hours in her first emotional scene in a hospital, until she had little strength left.

Declining to use eye drops, she insisted on summoning her own tears for every retake.

'We shot from every angle, and although it was just an insignificant scene, I thought I still had to give it my best shot,' she said.

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Even the challenge of minimal lines in the script did not faze this bright actress, who came up with lines on the spot - much to the surprise of her co-star Yong Joon.

She told The New Paper: 'I think director Hur wanted to capture the spontaneous reactions and responses from us.

'There were not many lines at first. We made up more as we went along. I made up lines like 'Am I pretty?' and 'I do not understand why he cheated on me'.

'Bae Yong Joon was caught offguard at times as he was not expecting them. So his expressions of confusion were real.'

Though it was his first experience working with Ye Jin, director Hur was so impressed with her that he raved: 'She is an actress who is really good at expressing the emotions.

'When the scene calls for tears, she has the ability to immediately react to and act out the scene perfectly.

'Also, her character was supposed to be an incredibly passive and quiet housewife but she brought her bright, energetic self into the role and created a deeper and more well-shaped character.'

Even Yong Joon agreed that his co-star is 'phenomenal' in expressing the most complex of emotions.

With the melodrama genre conquered, Ye Jin now aims to show her more cheerful side in her next project, a romantic comedy titled Art Of Seduction.

'I have done a lot of sad films and so I chose this movie because I can act with smiles,' she told The New Paper.

'I play a woman who seduces men easily, but she is very cheerful and cute. I am happy to play this character.'

Will there be any bold seduction scenes?

She did not give details, but one can always hope.

 

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The Last Princess (2nd movie with Director Hur Jin-ho )

 

[JoongAng ] Director Hur Jin-ho's new period film “The Last Princess” may not be about love, but Hur’s skill when it comes to creating emotional arcs is evident in the way he flawlessly weaves together the princess’s life, from her carefree childhood to her eventual struggle with schizophrenia. 


Q. Actress Son Ye-jin, who plays the role of Princess Deokhye, told the media during a recent press conference that she cried her eyes out after watching the film, adding that it was the first time she had cried after watching herself on-screen in her 15-year acting career. How did you feel after watching the final version, particularly as it’s your first film in four years?  

A. I felt like crying but I didn’t (laughs). You know, I watch the same movie up to hundred times as I edit it. But I know Son cried a lot even when we recorded additional dialogue for some scenes to add final touches. I felt just how deep into the character she was. I showed the semi-final version of the film to a couple of directors I know, and the middle-aged men tried not to cry but eventually bawled. It might be because it’s the personal story of this woman, but it also could have something to do with her life’s connection to Korean history. 

When it was reported that Son would portray Princess Deokhye, some critics said the actress was too pretty for the role. Son has played many fragile - but still beautiful - women in the past. 


I know she contrasts with the real Princess Deokhye in some ways because Son is considered stylish, chic and pretty, but I needed an actress with a real presence because she has to play the princess at stages of her life ranging from her 20s to 50s. I’ve been watching Son’s films and I knew she could play the character well. When we shot the scene in which Princess Deokhye in her 50s reunites with Kim Jang-han [a long-time friend], she didn’t have to actually be there because the camera only focused on Jang-han, but Son still sat there for hours. Even before that scene, she fasted for a day ahead of filming in order to look fragile and weak. 

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3 hours ago, AnnieCheesecake said:

TVN : We will not gave to the fans a close up from RiRi kisses scenes.

BinJin/RiRi couple fans : Hold my zoom

 

This fan account even did an slow motion edit :smirk:, thank u so much for this great content, now someone need to do the same on their last kiss scene :naughty:.

This is awesome level of shipping hahahha. Thank you for the zoom. 
one question, is it normal to do french kiss with tongue in kdrama? I have only watched a handful of kdrama, mostly starred by HB, some by LMH, one by Rain, and the kisses suck, just a light peck, except for HB's, the guy really knows how to kiss properly.

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I heard this song today (it’s from an American movie, Notting Hill) and it reminded me a lot to our dear OTP. :blush:
It will be nice if someone could do a FMV using this song. I think that some phrases are very matching to them :wub:. How I wish that I had the ability to do a FMV but sadly I don’t hehe.

 

Spoiler


Man singing version:

 


These are the lyrics (I highlighted the phrases that reminded me more to our lovely couple)

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"When You Say Nothing At All"
 

It's amazing how you
Can speak right to my heart.
Without saying a word
You can light up the dark.


Try as I may, I could never explain
What I hear when you don't say a thing.

The smile on your face
Lets me know that you need me.
There's a truth in your eyes
Saying you'll never leave me.
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall.
You say it best when you say nothing at all.


All day long I can hear
People talking out loud,
But when you hold me near (you hold me near)
You drown out the crowd (the crowd, the crowd).

Try as they may, they can never define
What's been said between your heart and mine.


The smile on your face
Lets me know that you need me.
There's a truth in your eyes
Saying you'll never leave me.
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall.
You say it best (you say it best) when you say nothing at all.

The smile on your face
Lets me know that you need me.
There's a truth in your eyes
Saying you'll never leave me.
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall.
You say it best (you say it best) when you say nothing at all.

[Repeat in background until the end:]
You say it best when you say nothing at all.

That smile on your face,
The truth in your eyes,
The touch of your hand
Lets me know that you need me.

 

 

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Hi chingu! Kindly edit your post. You can only post 3 media content (img/vids). You may place them in spoiler tag should you wish to add more.

 

I feel like I've been on a police patrol here. :D

It's just that our mods are giving us a final warning. We gotta heed and follow the rules or else our grocery shop's gonna temporarily close. :sweatingbullets: 

 

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, The Classic said:

It’s been almost two weeks since ‘Crash Landing On You’ aired its last episode. I have written my goodbyes and love for the program twice in my journal. It’s like Yoon Seri saying her goodbye to Ri Jeong Hyeok many times (and vice-versa). But I feel like I need to do a write-up one after another about my most favourite couple (or about CLOY) to ease my longing heart.

 

I knew that not knowing the story yet back in September last year, I was determined to watch CLOY when it airs because of BinJin. I was getting a little bit fonder of Hyun Bin around mid of last year because he was more manly than other K-actors of his generation (I made this conclusion after that one day when I got interested to observe the actors of his generation through their interviews, etc. in YouTube). At the same time, I was looking for a stunning female lead because it’s been a very long time since I’ve seen one (with Kim Tae Hee and Jun Ji-Hyun having their hiatus as they started their married life and me only loving Song Hye Kyo in ‘Full House’ and ‘That Winter the Wind Blows’). It was only Son Ye Jin, the one I remember to be that very beautiful actress in ‘The Classic’ and ‘Moment to Remember’, who is still active in acting. She was indeed the gorgeous actress whom I would like to see taking a lead role with an interesting and handsome partner beside her. And God was good, He partnered her with Hyun Bin.

 

I’m not really a fan of Hyun Bin because I thought he was not appealing for me before (days of Kim Sam Soon and Secret Garden). But suddenly, and slowly, he turned into one. His offscreen personality is more attractive than the roles he portrayed onscreen. That I guess was a plus factor for me. So to see him doing a drama with a beautiful lady, Son Ye Jin, was exactly what I was looking for (after a long time). Maybe CLOY interested me at first because of Hyun Bin but as days go by, it was Son Ye Jin that I found more attractive and as of today, she still wins my heart. I love her.

 

I really don’t know when exactly I got hooked with the BinJin couple. It was just that during my holiday break I fell in love with their videos on YouTube, and the natural connection and chemistry they have. I guess that was when I started rooting for them. They are so beautiful together (than individually). Blame it to my psyche, I could not separate the two and it’s something that I question as well. It’s as if my soul knows that these two souls are one.

 

BinJin is too solid for me. But thinking it through, let’s say I could love Son Ye Jin more without Hyun Bin but not love Hyun Bin more than Son Ye Jin. Maybe because we are females or that she helped me fade away my fear of passing the age of early to mid-30s (and late) being unmarried. She also revealed how immature she was in dating (which I could strongly connect with). Well, Son Ye Jin is successful and she continues her passion in acting no matter how good or bad the results are. She is steady and happy and travels and takes care of herself. She’s an inspiration. I think that’s why I connect to her more. She’s a tough and empowered woman (a real Seo Dan) born in 1982.

 

What made me root for BinJin is because it’s as if I found a good man for Son Ye Jin (her equal). And Hyun Bin is that kind of a good man, even better than that. Everything about them shouts connection, and so my psyche seems hard to take any disconnection of the two. And I accept it, unlike them, who by this continuous denials, seem to choose to ignore it and deny it. Time is important though and if it goes to waste, it would be sad they’d realised too late about this connection. Nothing is sadder than to realise that he/she is the one who got away, right?!  But then I could not also disregard the idea that their connection is only professionalism at its finest. If you remember Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in their promotion of ‘A Star is Born’, BC was so into LG. See how BC looked at LG (like how HB looks at SYJ) and everyone who watched them perform at the Oscars last year were so amazed of their chemistry (and even wondered what BC’s ex-wife felt then). And then after all has been said and done (with BC divorcing his wife then), LG said something like ‘nothing is going on between them, they were artists and they fooled us.’ Years passed and they really are not together. Tough.

 

I don’t know what the future holds. Both of their agencies were denying any romance blossoming between them and it’s breaking my hopes. The drought after CLOY (about the BinJin couple) and what comes next if all is really over bothers me and puts me into a state of longing and sadness. I could not bear it as a fan of the couple. I know it could lead me to anxious thoughts, reason for me always looking at any updates from them (and witnessing now how slow the updates are). That’s quite unhealthy and to think I’m loving the couple too much, and it’s doing this to me, then it’s turning out to be a beautiful disaster for me. No matter how beautiful, it still is toxic. 

 

It’s not like BinJin would admit anything in the next few days or weeks or even months, worst, even years. I feel that drought would be real. Everybody would move on and our research about them (in social media, etc.) would also reach its dead end soon. I don’t want to be negative about them nor about love that’s why I root for them because I believe so much in this couple. I believe they could go past the romantic stage and see each other as real people, imperfect, but could be a good friend and companion to each other for the rest of their lives. If both of them tasted success in their careers and experienced the heartbreak of failing (but still chooses to go on in their chosen career), they would know more that life is not a bed of roses. Life is hard work (and sometimes even if you put your hard work, things sometimes still won’t work out) and so is love. If they end up together, I believe it’s a marriage that would last a lifetime. If only ‘they’ could be real. 

 

My personal life is a mess so rooting for them warms my heart and brings smile to my face because I would like to believe that their reaction towards each other is genuine. It breaks my heart to hear about the denials and it makes it harder for me to move on. This is why I feel the need to put boundaries now. If drought about BinJin is coming, I have to find a way to move on. To be a first-time hardcore shipper is hard. This is the experience and the mental effects of being a true blue BinJin shipper. Now I know. Thanks BinJin for the experience. 

 

My only way to recover is to watch other KDramas where their lead actors are endearing to me because of their great personality offscreen (Park Seo Joon, IU and Kim Tae Hee (because of her love for Rain)). I need to do this so my mind could rest from my anxiety with where the BinJin couple could lead. After all, I also have a life to live. I have to keep inspiring myself and not to be dragged on the sadness because of this drought. No use. And to think Captain Ri only encourages happiness to Yoon Seri, I also have to fill my days with the same positive energy. Who knows they would admit it later on that they decided to marry each other. That would be the sweetest day for me. 

 

All I know for now is it would be hard for me to see BinJin partnered with other actors. What if Hyun Bin would be partnered with Bae Suzy? Or Song Hye Kyo (again)? What if Son Ye Jin would be partnered with Gong Yoo? Or Lee Dong Wook? Or reunite with Jo In Sung or Jung Woo-Sung? Or paired with other single veteran actors? It would be impossible not to have any shippers for both of them with their new partners in the future. What would that make of me then? 

 

It would be ideal to think they would end up together. If they do, it would be easier to see them paired with other equally beautiful actors as they are. If not, then maybe I would hear their success with this new partner and not care so much. I would avoid as much as I can, with the best of my capabilities, to see any news about their drama with the new partner. Although it is still early to say this, but this is my real feeling at present! I could only hope I could overcome this in the future. Oh, how I love BinJin so much. 

 

How to settle these emotions? Move on like the wind! I was up to that six months condolence period of not watching another Kdrama but these two weeks were pretty hard for me. I was indeed very sad after being happy because of them for the past months. Still, what made me smile a bit lately was because of them again. For the past two weeks, I’ve seen a lot of big international media outlets (BBC, The New York Times etc.) that have published articles about the drama with its angle focusing on the almost realistic presentation of North Korea to articles about fashion, background story of the casts, etc. It delighted me to see this because I believe BinJin could not have expected this back when they were just hoping to work together for a drama. They were just smiling together and hoping for it, and during the run of the program, it was a little difficult for them to get some love from the Korean audience. That was a bit upsetting for me because I saw it myself week after week and saw how it struggled for a higher rating. And towards the end, unexpectedly, there was much more love from the Koreans (for the drama). What was more surprising was it was more successful outside Korea. If only for this, then, I’ll smile (after all those weeks of struggle) because it meant it still left a mark in the hearts of many around Asia, and hopefully, the world (thus, CLOY, would be considered as one of those unforgettable KDramas).

 

I don’t know how other KDramas impacted the international audience. I just heard about their titles being talked about by many but I really don’t have facts in my hands, whether they exceed more or less the success of BinJin’s CLOY. Maybe those dramas were more successful, maybe not! All I know is this was the first time I went on a journey with a KDrama (thanks to Netflix) and got disappointed with the rating (in SK), and hoped for a better rating and later on accepted that even if it beats records or not, it’s okay. I understood BinJin’s CLOY on a more personal level. It had made me happy and made me believe in love that need not be rushed because some things are worth the wait - I saw this in BinJin couple (well, ‘if’, just ‘if’ they end up together). 

 

I’m really sad these days and life is meaningless. To see the love story of RiRi stimulates a part of my very sad self. Maybe life would be fun I would be happy again one day. When it comes, and I’d look back (maybe at a time when other KDramas are making new history), I would always think of CLOY with a smile in my heart. I would remember the journey I went through with it. I would remember that it once had a special place in my heart. I would remember how BinJin made me do embarrassing things in secret (fangirl). I would remember that I once prayed for the lead couple to be together in real life. I would remember funny yet deep memories. 

 

Memories, how can we just cherish BinJin in our memories? Sad reality. How could these two human beings who we saw to perfectly fit each other be cherished only as a memory? Time had passed and along with time, them shooting together and sharing the same space together are gone, so knowing that memories are all I have, I need to be grateful with that right?! No matter how hard, I have to regulate my emotions and accept what is there. I would respect BinJin’s decision no matter what. I love them to be together but I’m a human being outside of them so I could not invade what is private to both of them. Maybe there’s something good in their silence. Silence is beautiful because it is more sincere and deep. Silence allows people to reflect, take a step back and from there, make sound and better decision. ‘Silence’ is never ‘shallow’ – it allows one to ‘crash’ through the surface and go deeper where the chaos of the outside world could not cause more harm nor pain. If this is what ‘silence’ means for BinJin then I could move forward on the days ahead in a peaceful stance and hopeful heart.

 

But whatever would be the outcome of their silence, if they decided to part ways or hopefully, stay together, I would trust BinJin that this is what’s best for them. And as a human being outside of them, I only hope and pray genuine happiness for each of them. I won’t go beyond this and refrain from overanalysing (that could only hurt them more). I love the couple so much that I would respect and cherish them no matter what.

 

This is my separation piece for BinJin which I thought of sharing in this forum. Well, if I really love something, I would go an extra mile to share this love (and this is exactly what I’m doing now). This is my first time ever to post in a forum and I decided to do so to seal my love for BinJin.

 

Life goes on but rest assured my BinJin that whenever I would miss both of you, I would just be here, waiting and praying desperately that there would be a ‘real’ and ‘beautiful’ love story (to last for a lifetime) between you, Hyun Bin (Kim Tae-pyung) and Son Ye Jin (Son Eon-jin). Thank you BinJin for crash landing into my world! #OfficiallySigningoff

 

I believe these two are dating, it's just hard for them because both are A list actors, plus I think Son Ye jin wants to keep her relationahips lowkey. Maybe they'll admit it once they are already getting married. ❤❤❤

 

If they're planning to move on to their next project without admitting anything that's ok for me I will still support oppa Hyun Bin's projects if there's no leading lady. Hahaha. As for eonnie Ye jin, I will ship her with her new on-screen partner. Hahaha. Oh yeah that's how unfair I am. Hahaha. I want her to reunite with Jo Insung, or to do a project with Gong Yoo. ❤❤❤

 

 

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1 hour ago, The Classic said:

It’s been almost two weeks since ‘Crash Landing On You’ aired its last episode. I have written my goodbyes and love for the program twice in my journal. It’s like Yoon Seri saying her goodbye to Ri Jeong Hyeok many times (and vice-versa). But I feel like I need to do a write-up one after another about my most favourite couple (or about CLOY) to ease my longing heart.

 

I knew that not knowing the story yet back in September last year, I was determined to watch CLOY when it airs because of BinJin. I was getting a little bit fonder of Hyun Bin around mid of last year because he was more manly than other K-actors of his generation (I made this conclusion after that one day when I got interested to observe the actors of his generation through their interviews, etc. in YouTube). At the same time, I was looking for a stunning female lead because it’s been a very long time since I’ve seen one (with Kim Tae Hee and Jun Ji-Hyun having their hiatus as they started their married life and me only loving Song Hye Kyo in ‘Full House’ and ‘That Winter the Wind Blows’). It was only Son Ye Jin, the one I remember to be that very beautiful actress in ‘The Classic’ and ‘Moment to Remember’, who is still active in acting. She was indeed the gorgeous actress whom I would like to see taking a lead role with an interesting and handsome partner beside her. And God was good, He partnered her with Hyun Bin.

 

I’m not really a fan of Hyun Bin because I thought he was not appealing for me before (days of Kim Sam Soon and Secret Garden). But suddenly, and slowly, he turned into one. His offscreen personality is more attractive than the roles he portrayed onscreen. That I guess was a plus factor for me. So to see him doing a drama with a beautiful lady, Son Ye Jin, was exactly what I was looking for (after a long time). Maybe CLOY interested me at first because of Hyun Bin but as days go by, it was Son Ye Jin that I found more attractive and as of today, she still wins my heart. I love her.

 

I really don’t know when exactly I got hooked with the BinJin couple. It was just that during my holiday break I fell in love with their videos on YouTube, and the natural connection and chemistry they have. I guess that was when I started rooting for them. They are so beautiful together (than individually). Blame it to my psyche, I could not separate the two and it’s something that I question as well. It’s as if my soul knows that these two souls are one.

 

BinJin is too solid for me. But thinking it through, let’s say I could love Son Ye Jin more without Hyun Bin but not love Hyun Bin more than Son Ye Jin. Maybe because we are females or that she helped me fade away my fear of passing the age of early to mid-30s (and late) being unmarried. She also revealed how immature she was in dating (which I could strongly connect with). Well, Son Ye Jin is successful and she continues her passion in acting no matter how good or bad the results are. She is steady and happy and travels and takes care of herself. She’s an inspiration. I think that’s why I connect to her more. She’s a tough and empowered woman (a real Seo Dan) born in 1982.

 

What made me root for BinJin is because it’s as if I found a good man for Son Ye Jin (her equal). And Hyun Bin is that kind of a good man, even better than that. Everything about them shouts connection, and so my psyche seems hard to take any disconnection of the two. And I accept it, unlike them, who by this continuous denials, seem to choose to ignore it and deny it. Time is important though and if it goes to waste, it would be sad they’d realised too late about this connection. Nothing is sadder than to realise that he/she is the one who got away, right?!  But then I could not also disregard the idea that their connection is only professionalism at its finest. If you remember Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in their promotion of ‘A Star is Born’, BC was so into LG. See how BC looked at LG (like how HB looks at SYJ) and everyone who watched them perform at the Oscars last year were so amazed of their chemistry (and even wondered what BC’s ex-wife felt then). And then after all has been said and done (with BC divorcing his wife then), LG said something like ‘nothing is going on between them, they were artists and they fooled us.’ Years passed and they really are not together. Tough.

 

I don’t know what the future holds. Both of their agencies were denying any romance blossoming between them and it’s breaking my hopes. The drought after CLOY (about the BinJin couple) and what comes next if all is really over bothers me and puts me into a state of longing and sadness. I could not bear it as a fan of the couple. I know it could lead me to anxious thoughts, reason for me always looking at any updates from them (and witnessing now how slow the updates are). That’s quite unhealthy and to think I’m loving the couple too much, and it’s doing this to me, then it’s turning out to be a beautiful disaster for me. No matter how beautiful, it still is toxic. 

 

It’s not like BinJin would admit anything in the next few days or weeks or even months, worst, even years. I feel that drought would be real. Everybody would move on and our research about them (in social media, etc.) would also reach its dead end soon. I don’t want to be negative about them nor about love that’s why I root for them because I believe so much in this couple. I believe they could go past the romantic stage and see each other as real people, imperfect, but could be a good friend and companion to each other for the rest of their lives. If both of them tasted success in their careers and experienced the heartbreak of failing (but still chooses to go on in their chosen career), they would know more that life is not a bed of roses. Life is hard work (and sometimes even if you put your hard work, things sometimes still won’t work out) and so is love. If they end up together, I believe it’s a marriage that would last a lifetime. If only ‘they’ could be real. 

 

My personal life is a mess so rooting for them warms my heart and brings smile to my face because I would like to believe that their reaction towards each other is genuine. It breaks my heart to hear about the denials and it makes it harder for me to move on. This is why I feel the need to put boundaries now. If drought about BinJin is coming, I have to find a way to move on. To be a first-time hardcore shipper is hard. This is the experience and the mental effects of being a true blue BinJin shipper. Now I know. Thanks BinJin for the experience. 

 

My only way to recover is to watch other KDramas where their lead actors are endearing to me because of their great personality offscreen (Park Seo Joon, IU and Kim Tae Hee (because of her love for Rain)). I need to do this so my mind could rest from my anxiety with where the BinJin couple could lead. After all, I also have a life to live. I have to keep inspiring myself and not to be dragged on the sadness because of this drought. No use. And to think Captain Ri only encourages happiness to Yoon Seri, I also have to fill my days with the same positive energy. Who knows they would admit it later on that they decided to marry each other. That would be the sweetest day for me. 

 

All I know for now is it would be hard for me to see BinJin partnered with other actors. What if Hyun Bin would be partnered with Bae Suzy? Or Song Hye Kyo (again)? What if Son Ye Jin would be partnered with Gong Yoo? Or Lee Dong Wook? Or reunite with Jo In Sung or Jung Woo-Sung? Or paired with other single veteran actors? It would be impossible not to have any shippers for both of them with their new partners in the future. What would that make of me then? 

 

It would be ideal to think they would end up together. If they do, it would be easier to see them paired with other equally beautiful actors as they are. If not, then maybe I would hear their success with this new partner and not care so much. I would avoid as much as I can, with the best of my capabilities, to see any news about their drama with the new partner. Although it is still early to say this, but this is my real feeling at present! I could only hope I could overcome this in the future. Oh, how I love BinJin so much. 

 

How to settle these emotions? Move on like the wind! I was up to that six months condolence period of not watching another Kdrama but these two weeks were pretty hard for me. I was indeed very sad after being happy because of them for the past months. Still, what made me smile a bit lately was because of them again. For the past two weeks, I’ve seen a lot of big international media outlets (BBC, The New York Times etc.) that have published articles about the drama with its angle focusing on the almost realistic presentation of North Korea to articles about fashion, background story of the casts, etc. It delighted me to see this because I believe BinJin could not have expected this back when they were just hoping to work together for a drama. They were just smiling together and hoping for it, and during the run of the program, it was a little difficult for them to get some love from the Korean audience. That was a bit upsetting for me because I saw it myself week after week and saw how it struggled for a higher rating. And towards the end, unexpectedly, there was much more love from the Koreans (for the drama). What was more surprising was it was more successful outside Korea. If only for this, then, I’ll smile (after all those weeks of struggle) because it meant it still left a mark in the hearts of many around Asia, and hopefully, the world (thus, CLOY, would be considered as one of those unforgettable KDramas).

 

I don’t know how other KDramas impacted the international audience. I just heard about their titles being talked about by many but I really don’t have facts in my hands, whether they exceed more or less the success of BinJin’s CLOY. Maybe those dramas were more successful, maybe not! All I know is this was the first time I went on a journey with a KDrama (thanks to Netflix) and got disappointed with the rating (in SK), and hoped for a better rating and later on accepted that even if it beats records or not, it’s okay. I understood BinJin’s CLOY on a more personal level. It had made me happy and made me believe in love that need not be rushed because some things are worth the wait - I saw this in BinJin couple (well, ‘if’, just ‘if’ they end up together). 

 

I’m really sad these days and life is meaningless. To see the love story of RiRi stimulates a part of my very sad self. Maybe life would be fun I would be happy again one day. When it comes, and I’d look back (maybe at a time when other KDramas are making new history), I would always think of CLOY with a smile in my heart. I would remember the journey I went through with it. I would remember that it once had a special place in my heart. I would remember how BinJin made me do embarrassing things in secret (fangirl). I would remember that I once prayed for the lead couple to be together in real life. I would remember funny yet deep memories. 

 

Memories, how can we just cherish BinJin in our memories? Sad reality. How could these two human beings who we saw to perfectly fit each other be cherished only as a memory? Time had passed and along with time, them shooting together and sharing the same space together are gone, so knowing that memories are all I have, I need to be grateful with that right?! No matter how hard, I have to regulate my emotions and accept what is there. I would respect BinJin’s decision no matter what. I love them to be together but I’m a human being outside of them so I could not invade what is private to both of them. Maybe there’s something good in their silence. Silence is beautiful because it is more sincere and deep. Silence allows people to reflect, take a step back and from there, make sound and better decision. ‘Silence’ is never ‘shallow’ – it allows one to ‘crash’ through the surface and go deeper where the chaos of the outside world could not cause more harm nor pain. If this is what ‘silence’ means for BinJin then I could move forward on the days ahead in a peaceful stance and hopeful heart.

 

But whatever would be the outcome of their silence, if they decided to part ways or hopefully, stay together, I would trust BinJin that this is what’s best for them. And as a human being outside of them, I only hope and pray genuine happiness for each of them. I won’t go beyond this and refrain from overanalysing (that could only hurt them more). I love the couple so much that I would respect and cherish them no matter what.

 

This is my separation piece for BinJin which I thought of sharing in this forum. Well, if I really love something, I would go an extra mile to share this love (and this is exactly what I’m doing now). This is my first time ever to post in a forum and I decided to do so to seal my love for BinJin.

 

Life goes on but rest assured my BinJin that whenever I would miss both of you, I would just be here, waiting and praying desperately that there would be a ‘real’ and ‘beautiful’ love story (to last for a lifetime) between you, Hyun Bin (Kim Tae-pyung) and Son Ye Jin (Son Eon-jin). Thank you BinJin for crash landing into my world! #OfficiallySigningoff

 

@The ClassicYou made me cry.

 

You just put into words the things that I wanna say. All the words that's been running inside my head for weeks, you wrote them down beautifully.. :tears:

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17 hours ago, liltash85 said:

BTW @Helena that photo on Sept 22, 2018. My weird mind is telling me YeJin is wearing a boyfriend's shirt. And you know who my mind force to think whose shirt it is. :tounge_xd:

 

from CJ Entertainment (same set. on Sept 22, 2018)

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B9-D3-B420-CA39-4812-B59-E-295-A10-E8856


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from couple-forum@weibo (credits: on images)
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