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Kim Tae-hee Purchases Private Mansion in LA

2019/06/13 | 1633 views | Permalink | Source

With news of actress Kim Tae-hee purchasing a mansion in LA, various speculations have been circulating.

Kim Tae-hee's agency, BS Company, announced that Kim Tae-hee has purchased a mansion in LA for private purposes.

Previously, according to one media agency, Kim Tae-hee bought a luxury mansion in Irvine, a city near Los Angeles, USA. The mansion is worth 2,000,000 US dollars (2.36 billion won). Some say Kim Tae-hee is making plans to expand her career to the US, but the agency says it's for personal use.

It has also come to attention that Kim Tae-hee and Rain have departed to Los Angeles, California recently. Previous reports say that Rain accompanied her for the final signing of the mansion.

Meanwhile, Kim Tae-hee married singer and actor Rain after 5 years of being together in 2017. They had a daughter in October of the same year, but they haven't publicly revealed their child yet.

News of a second child on the way came out not long ago. The second child is due this September.

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