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Actor Ahn Yong-joon, singer Venny, younger man older woman couple by 9 years, to tie the knot in September

2015/08/26 | 3702 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Ahn Yong-joon and his lover, singer Venny, who is 9 years older than him, will tie the knot soon.

On August 26th, Ahn Yong-joon's agency has announced in a press release, "Ahn Yong-joon and Venny will tie the knot on September 19th at Ramada Seoul Hotel. Any further specific details have not been decided yet".

The agency also said, "Please send many blessing to Ahn Yong-joon and Venny and for their bright future. Ahn Yong-joon will meet his fans through good projects in the future".

The two are a younger man older woman couple by 9 years in age gap and have been seeing each other for the last four years. According to the agency, Ahn Yong-joon debuted with Venny's song and Venny helped him with recording project.

Ahn Yong-joon debuted through EBS 'Secret Campus', 2006 and continued his acting career starring in dramas including 'Love and Ambition', "Sharp 1", and ' God's Quiz' and movies, 'First Love', 'Iron Dae-oh: The Nation's Iron Bag!', "Half" and more. He also debuted as a singer with the remake song of 'Peanuts Song' by SangSangBand last June.

Venny debuted as a member of SangSangBand in 2004 and is currently a professor for the Practical Music Department of Sejong University.

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