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Actress Lee Yoo-ri gets married

2010/09/07 | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Yoo-ri poses at a press conference held ahead of her wedding at the EL Tower in Seoul, South Korea on September 6, 2010. [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]

Actress Lee Yoo-ri got married yesterday, tying the knot with a missionary studying theology through a private wedding held in Seoul.

The ceremony was held at the EL Tower on Monday evening, attended only by family, relatives and close friends including actors Lee Soon-jae, Kim Soo-mi, Hong Soo-young and comedienne Lee Kyung-shil.

"My to-be-husband looked surprised while saying I looked very pretty", the 28-year-old actress said excitedly during a press conference held ahead of the nuptials. "I think I have finally found perfect love. I'm a bit nervous but I'm so happy that I keep smiling".

She also expressed her love for the groom-to-be. "I'm sure we'll live well together because you are such a kind person. Let's live a happy life together. I love you", said Lee.

The couple, both devout Christians, had met through bible study in 2008 and dated starting last year.

Lee has appeared in close to a dozen dramas since debuting in 1999 including "Loving You", "Yellow Handkerchief", and "Mom's Dead Upset".

Reporter : Lee Jong-gil leemean@
Editor : Jessica Kim jesskim@
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