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Jung Joon-ho and Lee Ha-jeong couple, reveal Macao wedding pictures

2011/03/23 | 3134 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jung Joon-ho and MBC announcer Lee Ha-jeong revealed wedding pictures taken in Macao.

In the pictures revealed on the 24th, they look lovely with the hotel and beautiful nature around them.

Their wedding pictures have been produced 3D and the video will be shown to the guests on the wedding day for the first time.

Groom Jung Joon-ho's best friend and wedding manager Kim Tae-wook from I Wedding says, "I have prepared many stars weddings but this is the first time for this many sponsors and suggested photography".

"However, the couple wanted a pious wedding so we rejected all sponsors. Also, Jung Joon-ho wanted to make this wedding the best present for his wife so I reflected a 100% to that opinion", he added.

Jung Joon-ho and Lee Ha-jeong will ring wedding bells in Seoul Sheraton Grand Walker Hill Hotel on the 25th.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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