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Kwon Sang-woo, Son Tae-young reveal son's pics

2010/01/27 | Permalink | Source

Actor kwon Sang-woo and his son Luke [Son Tae-young Cyworld web page]

Actress Son Tae-young has revealed photographs of her actor husband kwon Sang-woo and baby son together on her personal blog for the first time.

In a series of photos titled "Daddy and Yami-yami" posted on Son's personal account of social networking website Cyworld on Saturday, Kwon was seen kissing and cuddling 11-month-old Luke in a white hat and blue infant wear.

The couple had first released photos of their child through a spread in fashion magazine W last October but had never shown their personal photos with the baby to the public.

Kwon and Son had tied the knot in September 2008, with Son giving birth to her son in February the following year.

Kwon has starred in several successful movies including "My Tutor Friend" in 2003 and "Love, So Divine" in 2004. But his most famous role to date was in the 2003 TV series "Stairway to Heaven", which co-starred another Hallyu star Choi Ji-woo and became a hit throughout Asia.

Son, a Miss Korea runner-up in 2000, gained popularity while appearing in several films and dramas.

Jessica Kim jesskim@asiae.co.kr
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