In this section, KBIZoom will introduce to you old music videos that were more like movies than movies themselves. This music video masterpiece will remind you of the best hits of the time and popular stars’ past images.
The sudden loss of a loved one remains as a wound that is difficult to heal easily. Let us introduce this music video masterpiece, which is a promise to always stay with you and protect you, even though we cannot meet again.
This masterpiece music video is “이연 (異緣)” a track from Shin Sung-woo‘s 6th full-length album “Identity” released in December 2000. The name of the song means to meet each other in the next life, not in this life, and enjoy eternal happiness. The sad and heartbreaking lyrics are ver impressive as well.
The music video of “이연” also shows the female character’s sadness and longing for the vacancy of her lover who passed away unfortunately, just like the song. Along with Shin Sung-woo, actor Song Hye-kyo worked together to portray a sad love story.
After Shin Sung-woo helps Song Hye-kyo, who is blind, the two have a fateful meeting. As the two gradually get closer, they develop into a romantic relationship.
In the music video, the two walk and talk in the park together, but it suddenly becomes a memory of Song Hye-kyo. This is because Shin Sung-woo no longer stays next to Song Hye-kyo. Song Hye-kyo remains alone and stays in the same place and misses Shin Sung-woo with tears in her eyes.
Their breakup will be revealed at the end of the music video. Shin Sung-woo, who was crossing the crosswalk with a bunch of red flowers to celebrate Song Hye-kyo‘s birthday, was in a car accident. Song Hye-kyo‘s sentimental yet tearful smile makes viewers even more sad.
Apart from the sad love story of the music video, Song Hye-kyo and Shin Sung-woo‘s visuals from 21 years ago definitely catch the fans’ eyes. Born in 1981, Song Hye-kyo, who is 41 years old this year, had a fresh and young face in her early 20s at the time. Her unique delicate emotional acting and cute beauty attract attention from netizens.
In addition, Shin Sung-woo, born in 1967, and 55 years old this year, is admired for his original manga-like visuals. Shin Sung-woo, who still maintains his unchanged visuals from his golden days, touched the hearts of female fans by perfectly depicting from intense charisma to moist emotional acting at the time.
Twenty-one years later, Song Hye-kyo and Shin Sung-woo‘s performances are still praised by many. Song Hye-kyo is planning to work with actor Jang Ki-yong through SBS’s new Friday-Saturday drama “Now, We’re Breaking Up” (translated title), which will premiere on the 12th of this month. Much attention is being paid to Song Hye-kyo‘s return to the small screen after a long time.
In addition, Shin Sung-woo is proving his popularity in musicals and entertainment programs. Shin Sung-woo has been showing extraordinary capabilities by directing and appearing in the musical “Jack the Ripper,” which is set to open in December.