We don’t know about you, but we’re still positively reeling from Crash Landing on You’s epic finale. Every second of that episode kept us on the edge of our seats, and we honestly still can’t believe it’s over now. Sigh!
The cast of CLOY held a wrap-up party yesterday, February 16, to celebrate the show’s successful run (it even surpassed Goblin as the highest-rated tvN drama of all time, mind you!) and to thank everyone in the production for their hard work. That said, as if we don’t already have enough butterflies prancing around in our stomachs, lead stars Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin decided to show up in matching outfits, making our hearts flutter even more.
Wearing a look that Yoon Se-ri would definitely approve, Ye-jin’s ensemble was a play on neutral hues—a camel coat from Parisian brand Maje (KRW1,090,000 or approximately P46,622) cinched by Celine’s Crécy black leather belt with gold metal hardware (EUR680 or approximately P37,237), plus a light beige turtleneck underneath, and white denim pants paired with black boots.
Meanwhile, Hyun Bin’s look was also very reminiscent of Captain Ri (remember this shopping scene?). The Hallyu actor topped off his all-black ‘fit with a light brown wool coat from Fendi ($6955 or approximately P351,436), which is only a tad bit shade lighter than that of Ye-jin’s.
Both stars donned the same fashion formula: wool coat + turtleneck + straight cut jeans + boots. And not to mention the obvious but those camel coats totally make for a cute twinning moment! Ah, these two just look SO GOOD together!
Also present at the gathering were second leads Seo Ji-hye (who was wearing Tod’s Spring 2020, no less!) and Kim Jung-hyun.
Crash Landing on You tells the story of an oddly-matched couple from opposing nations: Yoon Se-ri (Son Ye-jin), a beautiful heiress and a successful fashion businesswoman from South Korea; and Ri Jeong-hyeok (Hyun Bin), a high-ranking North Korean military officer. The show’s finale episode aired last night on tvN, scoring an average nationwide rating of 21.683 percent and a peak rating of 24.1 percent according to Nielsen Korea, thereby surpassing the previous record set by Goblin back in January 2017. The K-drama is also currently streaming on Netflix.