Crash Landing on You Wins At 2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards

It is time to celebrate for all k-drama fans as reports state that Crash Landing on You, featuring real-life couple Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin, bagged the Grand Prize at the recent 2021 Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards. For the ones who don’t know, The Korea Communications Commission Broadcasting Awards commemorates the commendable shows produced by various broadcasting companies.

Directed by Lee Jung-hyo and written by: Park Ji-eun, Crash Landing on You stole hearts on its release. The cross-border drama tells the story of a South Korean heiress who drops in North Korea after a paragliding accident. She meets an army officer there who decides to help the poor soul hide in an unknown land. The series beautifully portrays the ups and downs faced by the duo to be with each other.

Hearts were robbed across the globe as Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin’s chemistry sparked on the screen. In recent years, it is easily the most popular and the most recommended k-dramas of all time with a brilliant supporting cast and a background score that beautifully syncs into our lives.

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What is up with the cast of Crash Landing on You?

Ever since the wrap up of the first season, viewers have been demanding a season 2. Allure Korea even tagged Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin as ‘Couple of the Year’ of 2020. But, until the cast returns for a season 2 what are they up to?

News is that actor Son Ye Jin will be starring in the upcoming ‘Thirty Nine’ which is to premiere in 2022. Hyun Bin, on the other hand, will be starring in a squeal ‘Confidential Assignment 2.’ Irrespective of their engagements, we hope to see the cast come together to reward us with a season 2.

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