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Park Sung-woong Shares Love Story With His Wife

2019/04/01 | 1981 views | Permalink | Source

Park Sung-woong told the story of how he met his wife Shin Eun-jung.

On the latest episode of the SBS TV show "My Ugly Duckling", Bae Jung-nam was featured. He attended the first script reading of the movie "Okay! Madam".

At the reading were Park Sung-woong, Uhm Jung-hwa, Lee Sang-yoon, and more. During the break, Bae Jung-nam, Uhm Jung-hwa and Lee Sang-yoon who aren't married yet, talked about their ideal types. Bae Jung-nam said, "If I find someone while I'm in my 40s, I'd get married".

Park Sung-woong joined in the conversation with the story of his wife. He said he met her when he was working and they both had partners then but they got together when they broke up. He emphasized he didn't break up with the former girlfriend for his wife.

"We shot "The Legend" for a year and a half but working was so much fun and we finally revealed our secret relationship at the ending party", he added.

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