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'Husband-to-be' Ahn Jae-mo revealed his future wife's face through wedding photos

2010/12/20 | 3732 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ahn Jae-mo, who is about to marry in January, revealed his wedding photos with his bride-to-be Lee Da-yeon.

An official from 'Won-gyu & Noblesse' said, “Ahn Jae-mo who changed his clothes from Hanbok to tuxedo, took care of his wife-to-be all outside shooting-long, since the weather was very cold. He looked like a perfect husband who is attentive and considerate.

Duo Wed, who is planning and preparing Ahn Jae-mo's wedding, said, “To buff his wife's urban beauty, Ahn Jae-mo picked dresses for his wife himself. He was really meticulous.”

Ahn Jae-mo debuted by KBS drama 'Adults Don't Know' and continued his career with 'Dragon Tear', and 'Era of Wilds'. Recently, he is appearing in KBS 'King Geunchogo' as Jin-seung and working as a representative of his father's company 'Ahn's Red Ginseng'.

They will get married at 2 P.M. January 9th, Seoul Marvelous Convention.

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