K-drama Fan Robredo Greets Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin on Their Wedding – Up News Info
A week away from Manila and campaigning in the southern Philippines, Vice President Leni Robredo missed the wedding of one of her favorite Korean drama couples.
Yes, it’s the wedding of Korean stars Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin, who tied the knot in a private wedding ceremony at the Aston House at the Grand Walkerhill Seoul Hotel on March 31.
Robredo has in the past shared his fondness for “Crash Landing On You,” Hyun and Son’s reunion project that ultimately led to them reuniting.
“I was away all week, and only now am I re-reading a lot of stuff. Among the things I missed: 1. Yun Bin and Son Ye-jin’s wedding (pink heart emojis) Sobrang (Too) good vibes (thank you emojis) Congratulations (party emojis),” she said. writes on Facebook.
The VP once said that she preferred Hyun’s appearance because he’s not what many would traditionally say is handsome.
“Crash Landing On You” was a popular Korean drama that premiered on Netflix for weeks during the height of the pandemic.
The real-life couple first confirmed their relationship on January 1, 2021 and announced their engagement on February 10 this year.
Meanwhile, Robredo also said she missed “all the hype” about her favorite book, “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Critics and detractors made a big deal of the vice president explaining why the book became her favorite during a brief interview with an online media site.
“Resibo talaga ng katotohanan ang (Receiving truth is really the) best antidote against fake news,” she said.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by American author Harper Lee.
The book tackles issues such as race, discrimination, inequality, and the moral integrity of the main character, Atticus Finch, a lawyer assigned to defend a young black man accused of raping a white woman.
Often, the main character is seen as someone that lawyers should emulate.
Robredo’s critics, however, criticized her book choice, with some saying she should be condemned for supporting animal cruelty.
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