K-dramas are well-known for their touching romantic love stories. The chemistry between the main characters often captures the hearts of the audience. When a reel-life pair becomes a real-life couple, it automatically becomes a big deal for the fans. Some of those couples eventually got married. Here are some popular on-screen couples who are now happily married.
Son Ye-Jin and Hyun Bin
South Korean stars Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin’s ship is popularly known as ‘BinJin.’ ‘BinJin’ romance began when they starred as the lead couple in 2019’s popular K-drama “Crash Landing On You.” On March 31, 2022, these real-life lovebirds got married. They had their first newborn baby boy on November 27 of the same year.
Park Si-Eun and Jin Tae-Hyun
Park Si-Eun and Jin Tae-Hyun both are veteran South Korean actors who met on the set of the 2010s drama called “Pure Pumkin Flower.” They started dating the same year, and five years later, in July 2015, they eventually got married. The couple adopted a daughter together in 2019.
Ki Tae-young and Eugene
Idol-turned-actress Eugene, a former member of SM Entertainment’s girl group S.E.S., met actor Ki Tae-young on the set of the 2009 TV series “Creating Destiny,” and it was indeed destiny as the beautiful pair tied the knot on July 23, 2011. The couple is now the parents of two daughters.
Park Shin-Hye and Choi Tae-Joon
Choi Tae-Joon and Park Shin-Hye, two K-drama stars, met on the set of their 2012 drama "The King of Dramas." This celebrity couple, who had been dating since 2017, exchanged vows in a private ceremony on January 22, 2022. On May 31, 2022, the stunning couple had a son as their first child.
Lee Chun-hee and Jeon Hye-jin
K-drama couple Lee Chun-hee and Jeon Hye-jin met while filming the drama “Smile, You,” which was aired in 2009. Despite having a nine-year age difference, the couple fell in love, got married on March 11, 2011, and had a daughter on July 30 of the same year as their first child.
Yeon Jung-hoon and Han Ga-in
Veteran South Korean actors Yeon Jung-hoon and Han Ga-in starred together in the 2003 daily drama “Yellow Handkerchief.” They started dating in the same year and got married on April 26, 2005. In 2016, the couple welcomed a daughter, and in 2019, they welcomed a son.
Kim So-Yeon and Lee Sang-Woo
Kim So-Yeon, the star of the popular K-drama “The Penthouse: War in Life,” met actor Lee Sang-Woo on the set of the 2016 weekend melodrama “Happy Home” and started dating. Following a year of dating, the couple got married in a private ceremony in June 2017.
Ryu Soo-young and Park Ha-sun.
On the set of the 2013 K-drama "Two Weeks," Ryu Soo-young and Park Ha-sun got to know each other. They started dating in 2014, and on January 22, 2017, they exchanged vows in a private ceremony. In August of the same year, they welcomed their first child, a daughter.
Lee Bo-young and Ji Sung
Ji Sung and Lee Bo-young, actors from South Korea, exchanged vows in September 2013. Both first met in 2004 while working on the K-drama "Save the Last Dance for Me," and they formally announced their relationship in 2007. Kwak Ji-yoo and Kwak Woo-sung are the names of the couple's two children.
Choi Won-young and Shim Yi-young
While working on 2013’s K-drama "A Hundred Years Legacy," Choi Won-young and Shim Yi-young met each other. The on-screen romance eventually turned into off-screen love, and the couple got married on February 28, 2014, at the Walkerhill Hotel in Seoul. The couple has two daughters.
Cha Ye-Ryun and Joo Sang-Wook
South Korean actors Cha Ye-Ryun and Joo Sang-Wook tied the knot on May 25, 2017, at the Grand Walkerhill Hotel in Seoul. The two first met while working together on the 2015 K-drama "Glamorous Temptation," and they began dating in March 2016. The couple's daughter was born on July 31, 2018.
In Gyo-Jin and So Yi-Hyun
The K-drama couple In Gyo-Jin and So Yi-Hyun got married in October 2014. Together, they have two daughters and have been married for more than eight years. Prior to being married, they appeared as a couple in the K-dramas "Aeja's Older Sister, Minja" in 2008 and "Happy Ending" in 2012.