Bryan Greenberg and Jamie Chung are the stars of the new movie "Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong" and they aren’t just romantic on screen, they got married in real life last Halloween.

), Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg are more in love than ever.

Our former cover girl dished on how she and her hubby make their marriage work—even when they're long-distance.

Keep reading to see them now, and then check out 15 engaged couples we can't wait to see tie the knot this year.

It's no lie that Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg make one adorable couple, but now they are taking their romance to the big screen.

The couple, who tied the knot last November, costar in the new movie, Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, as two young people who just happen to fall for each other at the wrong time.

We had a chance to sit down with the sweet pair and they talked about their characters' instantaneous connection as well as how their own love story unfolded over the years.

The 32-year-old actress and fashion blogger told PEOPLE in this week’s issue she’s never seen an episode of , which starred her now-husband Bryan Greenberg, 37.

“I remember we were in Austin, Texas, and kind of, like, being lazy and watching TV in the hotel room and his face popped up and he had kind of a moppy bowl haircut and a puka shell necklace, and I’m like ‘What the hell? “I couldn’t do it.” Although the 9-season show ended in 2012, Chung says the fan girls still exist – and even more are developing.

POPSUGAR: In the movie, Josh talks about how "it's already tomorrow in Hong Kong" referring to the fast-paced lifestyle of the city. Even coming from New York, it's going really fast up there.

I feel like the phrase also symbolizes Ruby and Josh's fast-paced romance in the movie. And I feel like just the time change and just trying to call back to the States and they're a day behind, but also China is on the up.

“It’s crazy because it’s now on Hulu or one of those sites where you can watch all the seasons, and it’s kind of generated this new crop of fans.