Son Yejin and Hyun Bin have tied the knot today, as confirmed by the agencies of the Korean stars. The couple, known for playing each other’s love interest in the hit show Crash Landing on You, got married on March 31 in a private ceremony held in Aston House, Grand Walkerhill Hotel, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul.
The official announcement was made by Bin’s management, Vast Entertainment, via two photos of the couple, wearing different outfits in each. In one, Yejin can be seen wearing a gown picked from the Spring 2022 Bridal collection of Elie Saab, the Lebanese designer known for his dreamy pieces. This particular one from the couturier features a sleeveless, fully embellished bodice, lightly cinched at the waist with a delicate belt, and a puffy tulle skirt embroidered with a spattering of petals. Wearing minimal makeup, Yejin’s hair is tied back in an elegant low bun, with a few loose curls framing her face. The photo also sees Bin standing next to the smiling bride, holding her hand, and wearing a silk Tom Ford suit with a cream-colored blazer, black pants, cummerbund, and a bowtie.
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For those who have kept up with the couple’s on-screen-turned-off-screen relationship, the selection of the princess-style wedding dress must come as no surprise, especially given Yejin’s announcement of their engagement. Posted on February 10, the actor’s confirmation of the happy news described their relationship as a fairytale-like story. “Boy meets girl, recognizes each other in the crowd, promises to build a future together…” read the post. “It happened so naturally… But, isn’t that destiny?”
In the second, more formal, picture, the couple stand against a backdrop of pink and white roses, once again holding hands and wearing matching white ensembles. This time going for a modern design, Yejin is wearing the Camellia wedding dress from Vera Wang‘s Bridal Spring 2022 collection. While the top features a one-shoulder corseted bodice with wrappings of tulle, the skirt also comes with a delicate layer of the same fabric on top of lace. For this look, the bride swapped the bun for a half-up-half-down hairstyle adorned with a floral band.