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Entertainers likely to become good husbands or wives?

2008/06/05 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Beom-soo and Kim Jung-eun were chosen to most likely become family-oriented after marriage.

Eduwill held a poll of 980 people, and Lee Beom-soo (31%), who received much love as a manager in SBS "On Air", was first.

Lee Seo-jin (29%), who is playing King Jeong-jo in MBS "Yi San", was second. Jang Dong-gun (18%), Jung Joon-ho (14%), and Ha Jung-woo (8%) also placed.

Kim Jung-eun (27%) was chosen as the top female entertainer who would be a wise mother and good wife. Next were Park Sun-young (25%), Han Ji-hye (20%), Kim Tae-hee (14%), and Kim Ha-neul (13%).

Also, the people expected to live well if they got married were official couple 'Lee Seo-jin-Kim Jung-eun', who received 53% of the votes.

In addition, 'Lee Beom-soo - Kim Ha-neul', (20%) the manager and star couple from "On Air", were second. The remaining order was 'Jang Dong-gun - Kim Tae-hee' (14%), 'Jung Joon-ho - Park Sun-young' (7%), and 'Ha Jung-woo - Han Ji-hye' (5%).

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