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Actress Choo Ja-hyun and Actor Yu Xiaoguang's Newlywed Life

2017/07/31 | 1363 views | Permalink | Source

In a Korean variety show, "Same Bed Different Dreams" season 2, Korean actress Choo Ja-hyun and Chinese actor Yu Xiaoguang couple was featured as the show observed their newlywed life.

The episode was aired on the 31st, and it opened up by the scene where Yu Xiaoguang went straight up to the kitchen to wash the dishes as soon as he woke up. This sweet husband cleaned up the whole house before his wife got up and even made breakfast for her.

The entire show was filled with their lovey-dovey daily life and it was so cheesy, yet so endearing to look at this infatuated couple.

Actress Choo Ja-hyun has been active in China media rather than Korea's, so it is a pleasant sight for us to see her again on Korean TV channel. As the viewers welcomed this beautiful actress back, her husband, Yu Xiaoguang's getting a lot of love from the viewers. He is the definition of a lovely husband and it is so obvious how much he loves and treasures Choo Ja-hyun.

By. Lily Lee

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