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[2013 Star Photos] Weddings

2013/12/25 | 6984 views | Permalink | Source

2013 is at an end. Several star couples were created during the year and many of them succeeded in getting married.

"Gag Concert" couple Yoon Hyung-bin and Jung Kyung-mi and actor Han Jae-suk and actress Park Sol-mi got married first. Baek Ji-young and Jung Suk-won got married in June. Singer Jang Yoon-jeong and announcer Do Kyeong-wan got married soon after. Lee Hyori and Lee Sang-soon had their wedding quietly in Jeju.

Actress Han Hye-jin got married to a 8-years younger soccer player Ki Seung-yueng, actor Lee Byung-hun and actress Lee Min-jung became husband and wife in August, as did actor Ji Sung and actress Lee Bo-young. The first homosexual wedding took place as Kim-Jho Gwang-soo and Kim Seung-hwan got married.

We expect many more to come in the year 2014.

Yoon Hyung-bin and Jung Kyung-mi

Jung Suk-won and Baek Ji-young

Ki Seung-yueng and Han Hye-jin

Lee Min-jung and Lee Byung-hun

 Lee Bo-young and Ji Sung

Han Jae-suk and Park Sol-mi

Kim-Jho Gwang-soo and Kim Seung-hwan

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