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Jang Dong-gun's 6 months pregnant wife spotted

2010/06/09 | 5574 views | Permalink | Source

Six-month pregnant Ko So-young spotted on the streets of Hongdae [Y-Star]

Korean actress Ko So-young, six months pregnant with her husband actor Jang Dong-gun's baby, was spotted in the streets of Seoul last week, according to cable entertainment channel Y-Star on Wednesday.

Y-Star released photographs it had snapped last Friday of Ko, leaving a studio after a commercial shoot in the Hongik University area which is known for its various independent and underground culture.

The actress proved to be the fashionista she is even as a pregnant mom, styling a short denim jumpsuit with white oversized sunglasses and a big bag, but strolling in sneakers in consideration for her pregnancy.

Ko, who made her debut in the KBS series "Tomorrow's Love" alongside Hallyu star Lee Byung-hun in 1992, has appeared in numerous dramas and movies, rising to stardom after her role in the 1997 movie "Beat".

She made headlines last month when she married Korean actor Jang Dong-gun, also her co-star from 1999 movie "Love Wind, Love Song".

The newlyweds returned from their honeymoon in Bali last month.

Six-month pregnant Ko So-young spotted on the streets of Hongdae [Y-Star]

Reporter: Cho Bum-ja anju1015@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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