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[ChanMi's star news] Kwon Sang-woo and Son Tae-young's wedding today!

2008/09/28 | Permalink | Source

The kwon Sang-woo and Son Tae-young couple is having a strictly private wedding which brings even more curiosity in how it will be proceeded. The star couple will only be inviting the closest friends and family for their small wedding.

This day, only the invited can enter the wedding hall and there won't be any press meeting before the wedding for the fans. There is no live coverage for this wedding, and not even pictures will be publicized after the wedding.

The two will be arriving the wedding hall around 3:30PM before the wedding to greet fans and reporters, nothing else. There will be no interviews, nor will they be preparing to say anything else. It is simply to thank the fans and there will be a 10 meter distance between the reporters and the stars.

The wedding will be led by KBS announcer, Yoon In-goo and the wedding song by popular singer, Jo Seong-mo.

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