Behind-The-Scenes Footage From Hyun Bin & Son Ye Jin’s SMART CF Proves How Adorable They Are Together
Filipino brand SMART has released behind-the-scenes footage from Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin‘s first CF as a couple, and it proves just how cute they are together!
K-Drama fans around the world had been rooting for the two actors’ chemistry together since they starred in tvN‘s smash hit Crash Landing on You.
Playing the lead roles of Yoon Se Ri and Ri Jeong Hyeok, the pair convinced everyone their love was real—and although their acting was impressive, it really was real. On New Year’s Eve last year, the media revealed that Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin have been in a relationship since April 2020.
Everyone knew these two stars would be perfect for each other from the moment they appeared on screen together. Plus, they fit each other’s ideal types perfectly—Hyun Bin wanted a partner who would understand his career, while Son Ye Jin was looking for a tall man with angular features.
But now, in new behind-the-scenes footage from their SMART commercial, fans are finally seeing proof of just how adorable their partnership is.
Titled “Inevitable”, the minute-long television commercial was Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin’s first advertisement together as a couple. They joined SMART as ambassadors in June 2020 and August 2020 respectively, just months before BTS joined the team.
Of course, while they were technically acting in the commercial, behind-the-scenes footage shows how genuine their love for each other is. In the commercial, Son Ye Jin laughs before delivering the SMART slogan: “Simplé, SMART ako.”
However, it seems that Son Ye Jin couldn’t stop herself from really cracking up around her beau.
During their downtime, they were seen showing each other photos or videos on their phones—just like an everyday couple despite their superstardom.
And their gorgeous photoshoot looks prove they’re just as well-matched visually as they are romantically.
How could anyone not stan these two? Watch the romantic behind-the-scenes video for yourself here: