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

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12 hours ago, yejinatic1981 said:

I can't believe that some people here can be too manipulative, asking others to delete their comments. My latest comment is neither based on my biased toward SYJ nor meant to bash any actor. If you have good reading comprehension and read everything, you will understand.  It was based on the recent happenings in social media which many people are talking about here. It's not OFF topic either, it's related to the threads in this forum. People asking others to delete their comments just because they don't like them are the ones spreading negativity here. Let's all be real that we often comment based on our own biases. We like/ believe that BINJIN are together and that alone is a bias stand, a good bias in my opinion. Please stop controlling us, other shippers, who also want to enjoy our time and give our honest outputs about SYJ and HYUN BIN in this forum. WE LOVE BINJIN TOO and it does not make us less BINJIN shippers not shipping the same ways you do. Peace and love! (Sorry I think someone has to post this to shut controlling people here for once)

 

Spot on! This is the reason why I stopped posting here. First I’m not here to argue. Shippers here pride themselves on being positive but try to have a differing view and they’ll swarm you like bees. I’ve read reasonable comments and arguments which is within the context of the topic and in no way a violation of the rules. But they were shut down right away and were even asked to be deleted. Why? This is not an echo chamber where we all have the same views. That’s the beauty of an online forum, the exchange of opinions. We don’t have to be catty and act like dictators. I’ve come across a LOT of cringey posts myself but I just let it slide. Nitpicking everything is toxic jmho. 

 

Someone posted about the hand holding under the table thing and I agreed. But I was chastised for it for the reason that Vast denied it. Fine, I get it. But Vast also denied HB and SYJ’s relationship 3 times. 3 times!!!  And yet we’re still here shipping them. Opinions are subjective and we have can have 1000 different interpretations from the same picture. 

 

Since then I’ve bit my tongue, kept my composure, never retorted back, held from asking more questions and stopped posting. 

 

We are all here for the same reason — BinJin. Any perceived wrongdoing and we cry “take it down”. One comment and we act like soompi nazi( just a joke, Seinfeld reference) and slap them hard with the rule book faster than we can say Hyun Bin. Now we know why the old timers have left this forum. Let’s not police each other, we have moderators for that. 

 

End of rant. Just letting it off my chest. Sorry for venting. 

 

This post was not written to argue or offend anyone. 

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26 minutes ago, Pepper said:

 

Spot on! This is the reason why I stopped posting here. First I’m not here to argue. Shippers here pride themselves on being positive but try to have a differing view and they’ll swarm you like bees. I’ve read reasonable comments and arguments which is within the context of the topic and in no way a violation of the rules. But they were shut down right away and were even asked to be deleted. Why? This is not an echo chamber where we all have the same views. That’s the beauty of an online forum, the exchange of opinions. We don’t have to be catty and act like dictators. I’ve come across a LOT of cringey posts myself but I just let it slide. Nitpicking everything is toxic jmho. 

 

Someone posted about the hand holding under the table thing and I agreed. But I was chastised for it for the reason that Vast denied it. Fine, I get it. But Vast also denied HB and SYJ’s relationship 3 times. 3 times!!!  And yet we’re still here shipping them. Opinions are subjective and we have can have 1000 different interpretations from the same picture. 

 

Since then I’ve bit my tongue, kept my composure, never retorted back, held from asking more questions and stopped posting. 

 

We are all here for the same reason — BinJin. Any perceived wrongdoing and we cry “take it down”. One comment and we act like soompi nazi( just a joke, Seinfeld reference) and slap them hard with the rule book faster than we can say Hyun Bin. Now we know why the old timers have left this forum. Let’s not police each other, we have moderators for that. 

 

End of rant. Just letting it off my chest. Sorry for venting. 

 

This post was not written to argue or offend anyone. 

Well put.

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2 hours ago, Binjin4real said:

Very well-said , i once shared my concern and got called out in here to delete my post and this person even sent me a few DM asking if i’m the ex shipper. I mean, wtf, seriously?!?

 

1 hour ago, Pepper said:

 

Spot on! This is the reason why I stopped posting here. First I’m not here to argue. Shippers here pride themselves on being positive but try to have a differing view and they’ll swarm you like bees. 

 

1 hour ago, closetserialaddict said:

Well put.

 

The original post highlighted in @Binjin4real's message was actually deleted for violating the Soompi rules. Shipping with opinions is fine. The other poster, however, compared two actresses (not too hard to guess which two) and explained why she preferred Ye-jin over the other. Do you think her opinion of the other actress was nice if it was removed by the moderators? Also moderators only review reports made by fans or anti shippers reviewing this thread. Moderators don't sit around reading every post.

 

I have been lurking since February and finally stepping out to acknowledge my support of these two beautiful souls. They were so unbelievably hot this day!!!

 

 

@Zali_7 Singapore.

 

Has anyone seen a different version of the CLOY covershoot?

:wub: It seems HB and SYJ shot the cover first and then the second leads were added in later? I have not seen any versions with a red scarf.

:wub: Possibly HB's hand at :18? I want these photos!

 

 

 

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Oh wow!! Amazing! CLOY is at #3 in Netflix Philippines today!! That's more than 3 months AFTER the finale!! Phil CLOY fans are incredible!!

 

 

 

 

 

Baeksang teaser for CLOY!! So proud of the whole team!! A full teaser for the drama!!

 

 

 

And finally, here's a Binjin CANDIE! Close up of their last kiss in CLOY finale epilogue. Love this kiss cuz it was so natural, how YSR turned towards RJH, and he bent down to kiss her, while tenderly holding her waist (or higher lol).

 

 

 

 

 

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@Ilikeboringthings Before you get your hackles up,  I did not even read or know what Binjin4real’s comment was . I was talking about overpolicing here in general. Its not directed to anyone or that removed comment in any way.  

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I think this CLOY article by NBC News was posted earlier by @eLizza but I just found out that NBC News actually TWEETED it on their official Tweeter account , with 7.5M followers!! WOO!! CLOY world domination!!  Hope the Baeksang judges see this too!

 

 

 

Here's the article (in hidden spoiler) :

 

TV drama on forbidden love casts spotlight on life in North Korea

A paragliding misadventure lands a beautiful South Korean heiress on wrong side of the DMZ. She falls for a dashing soldier. Can their love survive the deep political divide?

 

 

 

 

 

May 23, 2020, 4:38 PM +08
 

 

 

 

By Adela Suliman and Stella Kim
 

The series features all the ingredients a viewer could wish for. A beautiful heiress. A swooning soldier. Danger. Forbidden love. All set in one of the most repressive places on earth — North Korea.

The series — "Crash Landing on You," on Netflix — has drawn a global audience of millions, many no doubt searching for entertainment as they while away their time in coronavirus-related lockdowns.

 

The premise is this: The gorgeous heiress has accidentally paraglided into North Korea, where she is aided by none other than the swooning soldier — with whom, of course, she eventually falls in love.

The series features the South Korean actor Hyun Bin, 37, and the actress Son Ye-Jin, 38 — both of whom are popular heartthrobs. It taps into taboos and offers a glimpse of life and love in the secretive state.

 

Image: Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin star in 'Crash Landing On You.'

Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin star in 'Crash Landing On You,' series about an heiress and a soldier crosses Korea's north-south divideLim Hyo Seon / Netflix

The show has attracted huge audiences from Australia to China and the United States. And nowhere has it had more impact than in South Korea, where few people can remember a unified peninsula. Korea split in two at the end of World War II in 1945.

But as secretive and repressive as North Korea is, for some South Koreans, at least, the series drives home one salient point: It just may be that there is more that unites Koreans than divides them.

"I watched the drama because it is not a heavy drama about the two Koreas, but a drama mainly focused on love," said Ashely Jun, a translator who lives in Seoul and is a big fan of the show.

"It is meaningful, in that it showed some ordinary concerns like love, friendship and family affection in North Korea," Jun said. "Viewers might think that North Koreans are not that much different from them."

 

Image: Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin star in 'Crash Landing On You.'

Son Ye Jin and Hyun Bin star in 'Crash Landing On You.'Lim Hyo Seon / Netflix


Much of the action in North Korea does not take place in the capital, Pyongyang, but in remote rural provinces. It shows everyday life and hardships from power cuts to arranged marriages, as well as different hairstyles and accents.

In doing so, the drama moves beyond stereotypes and feels, Jun said, "fresh and trendy.”

One factor in the show’s success, no doubt, is its reliance on testimony from North Korean defectors, adding color and realism.

The show's makers consulted a number of defectors to elicit nuggets of information and paint an image of grassroots life — putting people rather than politics in the frame.

"At first, I thought that the whole idea about landing in North Korea by paragliding accident was totally absurd," said Kang Nara, a North Korean defector who consulted on the show. "But the producers did such a good job in adhering to the testimony of defectors like me that I was so moved, as I recognized my home village while I was watching."

Kang, 23, defected to South Korea in 2015 to join her mother. She advised on hairstyles and clothing for the show, as well as the ins and outs of everyday rural life, such as the use of makeshift refrigerators created by digging underground spaces near homes.

"Life in South Korea for North Korean defectors is very difficult," said Edward Howell, a researcher and North Korea specialist at the University of Oxford.

Last year, for example, Han Sung-ok and her son, who had fled famine in the North, died of starvation on arrival in the South. The case made headlines and cast a spotlight on the economic hardships faced by defectors, Howell said.

Adjusting to cultural differences and integrating into Southern society is difficult, he added. But there has also been a parallel resurgence of reality TV shows in the South that parade North Korean defectors on screen to shock audiences with details of Northern life, Howell said, satisfying a growing fascination.

"Crash Landing on You" stands as "remarkably nuanced" and "sensitive," said Howell, accounting for its popularity.

"It gives us a window into life in North Korea that is actually, it may be boring to say, but just normal," he said. "Yes, people lead everyday lives in North Korea."

Although South Korea has produced many movies about the North, and some have been huge hits, this series has enjoyed runaway success because the makers have "tried to show North Korea as it is" and dropped tired tropes, said Ramon Pacheco Pardo, a Korea specialist and associate professor at King's College London.

Other observers agree. Rather than military parades and goose-stepping soldiers, or images of the leader Kim Jong Un at staged events, the show is about real life, which Pacheco Pardo said makes it credible for viewers.

"For some South Koreans it may be shocking … and overseas as well," said Pacheco Pardo, as it shows that for North Koreans, as for South Koreans, "politics is not our only concern."

But Howell said North Korean state media had criticized such dramas, viewing them as blasphemy against the nation.

This month, the show's scriptwriter, Park Ji-Eun, was named Person of the Year by South Korea's Unification Ministry for contributing to "unification education."

"Crash Landing on You" ends with a flash-forward as the lovers meet in Switzerland, a historically neutral country. Neither defects to the other Korea and the question of whether their relationship could thrive on either side of the divide is left to the imagination of viewers.

And so it may remain. The production company, CJ Entertainment & Media, told NBC News that a sequel was unlikely.

 
 

 

 

 

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39 minutes ago, TotoroSY said:

 

 

Why does it felts like too homie for them to kiss like that? So natural and organic :D.My eyes told me it just reel but why my heart and soul felt like it’s real. Come on BINJIN..give us more!Baeksang maybe? More dose of love insanity:wub::heart:

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3 hours ago, lovelyz said:

BinJin back hug though....:blink:

I love the way HB hug her from the back. When he place his hand, head and speak so nice about wishing her birthday. 

 

Both of them not just into character but also being honest with each other. This make me feel the sad again in this episode. How I miss BinJin so much :huh:

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Am always thinkin' about the word "shipping"..

 

Literally,  when we say shipping is that a transportation or sailing  of  'products' (goods) from one place to other place  with a course of maintaining their  good conditions and qualities as well..reason? - to uplift the shippers credibility and trustworthy...

In BINJIN's case, we are shipping them ( as the purpose of this thread) - their relationship from being closed friend to be a real Mr. & Mrs. KIM..

Firstly, I have a high a regards with  RIRIGAGA and few others who always give their bombing strikes positively and enthusiastically when the sailing is sinking that affects the  purpose of this thread.. 

Its undeniably that some shippers here are dissecting every little thing by pulling too much the granite of like the  kissing scenes with co-stars and comparing  them which is which or who is who has a more  gravity  and intensity..and even disclosing too about their exes which  let's say the "bitter spices" of the sailing..However, these "bitter spices" are actually the sources of misunderstandings to the extent of engaging nasty communications resulting to discredit others and their idols..(i for one was once carried away and sorry about that)..
 

 So in-order to maintain the credibility of this shipping thread, i for one too stand for the rules  by trying (to the best of my ability) not to interject about  exes exes or comparing kissing scenes  which does not serve its purpose.. Let us just continue watching those edited videos from CLOY scenes as a flavor enhancer to our "delulus"..credit to the editor..please go on as long as it does not bring negativity..thanks for that.

A big Congratulations to Son Ye Jin as  Year 2020 Most Beautiful Woman in the World and 
A big of Applause to Hyun Bin for the positive vibes as an Ideal Partner posted by the Japanese/Taiwan Media Threads. ..Kudos to both..





 

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57 minutes ago, Yasy05 said:

Why does it felts like too homie for them to kiss like that? So natural and organic :D.My eyes told me it just reel but why my heart and soul felt like it’s real. Come on BINJIN..give us more!Baeksang maybe? More dose of love insanity:wub::heart:

 

This was such a perfect ending scene, esp when the music swirled and the drum beats came on JUST when RiRi couple turned to each other and kissed, so naturally. Frankly when I first saw this, my immediate thot was, that's not RiRi couple that's Binjin couple LOL!! Either they are such superb actors (which they are) or the way they held each other so tenderly and kissed so lovingly, is really felt deep from their heart. Only they would know. For me, I hope the kiss is for real....

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Here’s a thought :


I really think that parts of the CLOY stories are part of their love story that they have incorporated unto which allowed us to see  excerpts of it. They have a hand on the script and story telling. Who buy their stories when they said they didn’t talked about it? They talked a lot about it. Smooth move BINJIN. There are just too many coincidences and similarities some maybe subtle, some are out in the open, but whatever they might be, they are just too strong to ignore.

 

I particularly love the scene episode 13 when SYJ aka Seri’s character was telling HB’s character that “ Those men passed briefly through my life” and  He asked I am passing through your life? Tell me if it had happened already and Seri said who’s fault do you think it is? You should have shown up sooner in my life. It is a sad history not your personal fault . In my case, it is hard for me too. Is he the one? Then he wasn’t the one either. It was so exhausting and stressful. We met each other after many twist and turn”.  - I was not looking and seeing Seri and RJH characters, instead i was seeing SYJ and HB in it. OMO!!! I think they just confessed on tv. That was a confession. Sharing openly especially about relationship is some of the hardest and jarring thing to do when you have build  your name and protected your walls and privacy for so long. It might be their best kept secret revealed. Putting it out there in a story is open for the observers interpretation and It feels safe. 

 

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can you help me ㅠ___ㅠ

Translate to English pls :dissapointed_relieved:

 

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2 hours ago, xxapap said:

Translate to English pls :dissapointed_relieved:

 

First thing: I think it's dangerous to put too much belief into these compatibility astrology, it's only an opinion/some basis on the day they were born etc. 

Last thing: this person hopes they have a lovely love and can get married. There are things in their charts where they are drawn to each other, SYJ is like a tree/wood and HB is like a pruner (her scissor motions). The women that HB was drawn to had things in their chart that SYJ has, but also others. I'm not sure what that element is though. They have a lot of some elements in their chart that are like a magnet, she says too much of it is not a good thing   but they have a lot of it hahaha. Once they're together, it'll be hard to pull apart. SYJ and HB will feel like they've known each other for years even if they've known each other for a month.  The most important thing in a relatinship is not what your chart is but how much you consider the other person. 

Take all of this with a grain of salt, her view is positive. I've seen this other person where he's like their compatibility is zero.

I don't really believe in this. It's interesting to listen to what they say but ultimately, no one can really "predict" love/marriages.

 

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“Everyone in Korea loves Son Ye Jin”.
 

HB: How to be a close friend with the world’s most beautiful and a lovable woman.

 

 

 

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@Kristen Son

 

Do you mind removing the exs names. 

This is not the first time you have mentioned exes in BinJin thread. 

(3 times at least as I can remember).


The Admin/ Mods have warned that no exs discussion/ comparisions in BinJin thread, otherwise they will close this thread.

 

Thank you!

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7 minutes ago, hb-syj said:

@Kristen Son

 

Do you mind removing the exs names. 


The Admin/ Mods have said that no exs discussion/ comparisions in BinJin thread.
 

Thank you!

I"m not comparing them or saying anything bad about them, just translating what the person said. 

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