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Baek Ji-young and Jung Suk-won to become parents this fall

2013/05/13 | 2295 views | Permalink | Source

Baek Ji-young and Jung Suk-won who are getting married on the 2nd of June, are becoming parents this fall.

It appears that Baek Ji-young is currently in the early stages of pregnancy.

She's been very careful about herself and has been visiting the hospital under secrecy.

It's impossible for Baek Ji-young to travel anywhere because of her current condition and a honeymoon is currently impossible for the both of them as they are busy with work.

Baek Ji-young is currently appearing in the Mnet "Voice Korea Season 2" as a coach and is looking forward to a live round soon and Jung Suk-won is busy filming the movie "The War of Yeon Pyeong" so it's tough for them to go anywhere after the wedding.

Baek Ji-young and Jung Suk-won acknowledged their relationship last year and have been in the spotlight since then. Jung Suk-won proposed to Baek Ji-young by surprise at her concert recently.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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