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Lee Young-ae booked wedding in false name in Hawaii

2011/09/28 | Permalink | Source

It turns out that actress Lee Young-ae booked her wedding hall under a false name last year when she got married in Hawaii.

SBS "TV News At Night" analyzed the recent celebrity's marriage patterns and revealed the behind story of marriages through a professional marriage consultant.

This official said, "Lee Young-ae wanted to avoid all pressure and attention so she reserved a wedding hall in a hotel in Kahala under the name Soon-young".

This fact was known when a local staff contacted the Korean consulant. "Everyone thought she was American or something but we received a phone call saying there is someone who looks like the actress who acted in the drama "Dae Jang Geum".

Lee Young-ae got married with a Korean businessman in top secret in 2009 in Hawaii. The truth about the marriage was announced the next day through her legal lawyers.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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