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Actors Yoon, Im Wed

2007/02/14 Source

By Chung Ah-young
Staff Reporter

Actor Yoon Tae-young, 32, the only son of Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Yoon Jong-yong, and actress Im Yoo-jin, 26, married yesterday, Valentine's Day.

The wedding ceremony took place at the Shilla Hotel in Seoul and was not open to the public.

Entertainer Kim Je-dong was the host of the ceremony, and singer Park Jung-hyun sang a song.

The wedding attracted the public's attention because it involved both celebrities and business.

Some 2,000 guests, including celebrities and businesspeople, attended the ceremony.

The couple met while costarring in the KBS drama "Above Green Field" in 2003.

In the drama, Yoon and Im played brother and sister. They became lovers in 2005 with the intention of getting married.

Yoon graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University with a degree in business administration. He acted in various dramas including "Beautiful She" (1996), "Wangcho" (1999) and "Pearl Necklace" (2003).

He also acted in several films including "Mister Socrates" (2005) and "Never to Lose" (2005).

After the wedding, he will shoot the MBC drama "The Legend", which he will costar in with Bae Yong-joon. It will be aired in May.

Yoon and Im will go on their honeymoon when the shooting is over.

Im graduated from Dongduk Women's University. She acted in "Reversal of Fortune" (2003) and "Bunshinsaba" (2004).

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