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"Crash Landing on You" Begins Filming in Mongolia, Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin Leave on the 16th

2019/09/17 | Permalink | Source

Actors Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin have departed to Mongolia for the filming of the new tvN drama "Crash Landing on You".

The "Crash Landing on You" team departed for Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia through Incheon International Airport on the 16th.

"Crash Landing on You", which finished filming in Switzerland at the end of August, is a top secret love story about a commission officer named Lee Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin) who hides and protects a chaebol heiress named Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin) after she lands in North Korea in a paragliding accident, but eventually ends up falling in love with her.

The drama is written by Park Ji-eun, who has had successful hits such as "My Husband Got a Family", "My Love from the Star" and "The Legend of the Blue Sea", and it is directed by Lee Jeong-hyo from "The Good Wife", "Romance is a Bonus Book" and "Life on Mars".

"Crash Landing on You" begins in November.

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"Crash Landing on You" is directed by Lee Jeong-hyo, written by Park Ji-eun, and features Hyun Bin, Son Ye-jin, Seo Ji-hye, Kim Jung-hyun, Nam Kyung-eup, Park Hyoung-soo. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/11/23~Upcoming, Sat, Sun 21:00 on tvN.

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