Calm your nerves fangirls, Han Hyo Joo and Lee Jae Hoon are lovers not behind the camera but for the new music video of Samsung’s “How To Love Smart 2″ campaign. The two stars shared fluffy and light moments together as they displayed the wonders of the latest Samsung digital camera on screen. SISTAR’s Hyorin lent her powerful but soothing voice by reviving the song, “I Choose To Love You” for the official OST of the inter-movie.
Originally sung by Zoo, I first heard this feel-good song in my favorite rom-com flick, My Little Bride where actor Kim Rae Won sang this in the karaoke room for her leading lady Moon Geun Young. The song has a vintage tone but Hyorin manages to make it lively and fresh by dropping her own touch using her voice. I also have to praise the arrangement of the music which flows naturally and smoothly.
But the center of attraction has something to do with the pair who makes sparks fly in the music video. It is a delight to see Lee Jae Hoon and Han Hyo Joo having mutual feelings for each other secretly in the story. They like each other but they don’t have the gut to say it, thus it gives way for misunderstanding to arise. The dorky wimp from High Kick 3 also appeared to play a cameo role in the music video. His short performance left nothing but a comical and entertaining moment.
Here below is the music video I am gushing about :
Hyorin – I choose to love you MV [English subs + Romanization + Hangul] HD
Han Hyo Joo (Korean: 한효주, born February 22, 1987) is a South Korean actress and model.
Han Hyo Joo Career:Han Hyo Joo was first discovered in a teenage beauty pageant in 2003. She began her acting career in the sitcom Nonstop 5 and the gangster comedy My Boss, My Teacher.Han Hyo Joo raised her profile by being cast in Spring Waltz, the fourth and final installment of TV director Yoon Suk-ho’s Season Dramas series, following Autumn in My Heart, Winter Sonata and Summer Scent. Though it received low ratings in Korea, Spring Waltz was exported to and aired in other Asian countries, including Indonesia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines.
In 2009 Han Hyo Joo Cinderella drama Brilliant Legacy (co-starring Lee Seung Gi) became a massive hit, reaching a peak viewership rating of 47.1%. Since the drama’s conclusion, Han Hyo Joohas experienced a sharp rise in endorsement deals and media requests for interviews.Following her success on Brilliant Legacy, Han Hyo Joo was slated to assume the lead female role in the drama Chuno. However, Han Hyo Joo withdrew from the drama prior to production allegedly due to issues relating to her management and salary.In September 2009 Han Hyo Joo wrapped up her starring role in the musical drama Soul Special, which also stars K.Will in his acting debut. The drama aired in twelve five-minute segments on various online portals, with KBS airing the entire drama in four parts.
Han Hyo Joo Personal life:Han Hyo Joo was born on February 22, 1987 in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, South Korea. Her mother worked as an elementary school teacher before becoming an inspector for public schools and her father worked in the military. As a child, Han Hyo Joo was good in sports and enjoyed track & field. In her sophomore year of high school, she moved to Seoul and attended Bulgok High School. Although her father, conservative & strict, opposed her move to Seoul Han Hyo Joo was able to go forth with her wishes. After high school she attends Dongguk University, where she majors in the theatre and film department. Her hobbies include singing and writing and her talents are playing the piano, telling fairy tales, writing, running and fencing. Han Hyo Joo has a younger brother and currently single at this point.