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Ko So-young to wear Oscar de la Renta at May wedding

2010/04/20 | 6753 views | Permalink | Source

Korean actress Ko So-young in a fashion spread for January issue of ELLE Korea magazine [ELLE Korea]

Korean actress Ko So-young will be wearing U.S. designer Oscar de la Renta's gown at her wedding to Hallyu star Jang Dong-gun next month, according to her stylist Jung Yoon-ki.

Jung said in a phone call with Asia Economic Daily on Monday that the actress has "made the final decision to wear Oscar de la Renta" at the wedding ceremony, to be held at Seoul's Shilla Hotel on May 2.

Oscar de la Renta, a high-end fashion designer known for dressing Hollywood movie stars and U.S. First Ladies, will reportedly design a custom-made gown for the Korean actress.

Several Korean celebrities such as Song Yoon-ah and Choo Sang-mi had previously chosen the American designer for their nuptials as well.

Ko and Jang made headlines last November after admitting to their two-year romantic relationship, confirming dating rumors that they had sparked since first meeting as co-stars in the 1999 film "Love Wind, Love Song".

The star couple, dubbed Korea's equivalent of Brangelina, were seen leaving a studio after their wedding album photo shoot over the weekend.

The wedding will be officiated by famed Korean literature critic Lee Eo-ryung with veteran Korean actor Park Joong-hoon as the host.

Reporter : Cho Bum-ja anju1015@
Editor : Lynn Kim lynn2878@
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