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'Crash Landing on You' couple Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin wed in private ceremonyBy Lee Si-jin
Published : March 31, 2022 - 18:24
Top actors Hyun Bin, 39, and Son Ye-jin, 40, were married in a private ceremony Thursday afternoon.
The couple’s parents, relatives and friends attended the ceremony at the Grand Walkerhill Seoul in Gwangjin-gu, eastern Seoul, that was held under tight security.
“Actors Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin are holding their wedding ceremony, taking their first step as a married couple,” Son’s agency MSTeam Entertainment said in a press statement Thursday afternoon.
“Considering the situation with COVID-19, it was decided that the ceremony would be held in private. We ask for your generous understanding. We are sharing the news with the actors’ wedding photos instead.”
The wedding was a star-studded event with actors Ha Ji-won, Hwang Jung-min, Han Jae-seok and Gong Yoo among the guests.
Actor Jang Dong-gun, a longtime friend of Hyun, delivered a congratulatory speech and singers Gummy, Kim Bum-soo and Paul Kim performed for the newlyweds.
The co-stars of the film “The Negotiation” (2018) and tvN’s hit rom-com series “Crash Landing on You” (2019) confirmed their relationship at the start of 2021.
In February, the couple announced that the two would be tying the knot in March after a two-year relationship.
Hyun became a household name with many megahit television series, including the MBC sitcom “Nonstop 4” (2004), the romance comedy “My Lovely Sam-soon” (2005) and the SBS fantasy romance “Secret Garden” (2011).
Son shot to prominence with her roles in three movies -- “Lover’s Concerto” (2002), “The Classic” (2003) and “A Moment To Remember” (2004), each considered South Korean romance masterpieces.
Son is currently starring in the JTBC drama series “Thirty-Nine.”
By Lee Si-jin (email@example.com)
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