Single's Inferno couple Moon Se-Hoon and Shin Ji-yeon have reunited on video for the first time since the show ended. For those unfamiliar, Single's Inferno is a South Korean reality dating game show, where 12 singles (6 men, 6 women) were stranded on a deserted island together, and they were only given a few resources. The only way they can escape the island to a luxury hotel (referred to as "Paradise") was if they romantically match for date nights.
Despite failing to match twice with Shin in the show, Moon surprisingly chose her among all the females to take her to Paradise after winning the chance to decide. After sweet conversations at the hotel and an emotional dinner moment, the pair ultimately matched in the end, but after the show concluded, fans have been wondering if they're still dating outside of the camera. Thanks to a new vlog featuring the two.
The couple's reunion happened via a vlog uploaded to Shin's YouTube channel on March 30, which included footage from their meeting, a brief "MBTI Balance Game" section, and a Q&A session.
During the Q&A, the Single's Inferno stars reminisced and discussed their time on the Netflix show, sharing how and why they each ended up being contestants on the hit reality series. They also talked about their first impressions of each other while filming and how they feel about the show since it ended in January.
“Before I watched the show, it didn’t feel real and I just thought it was a good experience and I met a nice person,” said Moon. “After the show, I felt really thankful. For both of us, there’s been a lot of change in our lives. I couldn’t really get used to that. There were stressful parts too.”
Last February, Moon shared an update regarding his current relationship with Shin during an South Korean YouTube channel Gomong, explaining that he was unable to "define" their relationship at the time. “I will say we are on good terms, I can say up to this extent,” Moon said. “This is completely my thinking […] for now, it’s not the kind of relationship that I can exactly define yet.”