Tuesday, September 29, 2020

‘Crash Landing On You’ Inspires A Prenup Shoot In PH

‘Crash Landing On You’ Inspires A Prenup Shoot In PH

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Korean dramas have been arguably the most common quarantine obsession of many. Whether it’s “Crash Landing On You”, “Itaewon Class” or “What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim?”, it seems like once you watch one, you watch all. “Crash Landing On You” in particular has been so popular for its political commentary, romantic love story while at the same time, a feast for the eyes, thanks to the beautiful visuals of the characters and Korea. That is why, it’s no wonder that a couple decided to make their prenuptial shoot inspired by “Crash Landing On You”.

Photo Credit: Facebook/James Montaño Photography

Photo Credit: Facebook/James Montaño Photography

Congresswoman Bai Rihan Mangudadatu Sakaluran and her fiance, Jay Abdurajak’s prenuptial shoot went viral on social media for its trending theme. The images are very similar to iconic scenes and pictures from the show itself. The couple’s outfits were even spot on to Captain Ri and Yoon Se-ri. Aside from a K-Drama inspired photoshoot, they also conducted a photoshoot that boasts the beauty of the Philippines.

Photo Credit: Facebook/James Montaño Photography

It is no shock that the couple went viral. They emulated the dream of many devout fans which led to an outpour of curiosity and support from netizens. With some weddings indefinitely postponed, netizens loved to see this soon-to-be husband and wife and their beautiful photographs by James Montaño.

Photo Credit: Facebook/James Montaño Photography

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