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Former Miss Korea Kim Ties Knot in August

2009/04/01 | 1812 views | Permalink | Source

By Kim Rahn
Staff Reporter

Actress Kim Yun-joo, 29, a former Miss Korea, will get married to an unidentified businessman at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul at 6 p.m. on Aug. 28.

Kim and the would-be-husband met at the end of last year following a friend's introduction, according to Kim's agency.

She started her entertainment career after winning first place at the beauty pageant in 1999 as a college student.

She starred in movie "Shinsukki Blues" and several soap operas including "Sad Love Story", "Pearl Necklace" and "Ice Flower".

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