Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix
Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
Opinion

Opinion

What a view by Stephen McCarty

In Netflix K-drama Crash Landing on You, the DMZ proves no barrier to love

  • The show, starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin, lays bare some profound contrasts between lives lived on either side of a line on a map
  • Plus, The Expanse, on Amazon Prime Video, offers some sci-fi diversion from otherwise seasonal offerings

Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix
Son Ye-jin (left) and Hyun Bin in a still from K-drama Crash Landing on You, now showing on Netflix. Photo: Netflix
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Stephen McCarty

Stephen McCarty

After 20-odd years spent peddling and polishing words in Hong Kong, Stephen McCarty now resides in Britain, from where he scribbles, daydreams and laments the state of the world.