Hallyu star Jun Ji-hyun (30) has been going out with the Korea's representing Hanbok designer Lee Young Hee's grandson surnamed Choi on the assumption of marriage. Choi is the second son of Lee Young Hee's daughter and famous fashion designer named Lee Jung Woo.
According to people in the entertainment industry, Jun Ji-hyun has gone out with Choi for around a year, and both families have recently begun to prepare their wedding in detail. Jeon and Choi were both born in 1981, and they have known each other from their childhood and they reportedly began to go out after they are grown up. Choi is a handsome man working at the American financial firm, and his older brother was once a group member of a singing group for a while.
Choi's grandmother Lee Young Hee is a Hanbok designer and a representative of Mirae Culture who opened the Korea Museum in Manhattan, New York, to inform Korean culture. She held the first Hanbok fashion show entitled "Hanbok - Clothing of the Wind" in Dokdo in commemoration of Dokdo Day on October 25. In addition, Lee Jung Woo is also well-known as a fashion designer and she runs her own brand "Lee Jung Woo". Lee Jung Woo recently often went to play golf with Jun Ji-hyun and she reportedly introduced Jeon to her friends as her daughter-in-law.
Jun Ji-hyun debuted in 1997 when she was a high school student as a fashion model of a magazine and she had become Hallyu star with his hit dramas and movies such as "Happy Together", "Il Mare", and "My Sassy Girl". After that, she has advanced overseas with the movie "Blood" in 2009. Jeon appeared in the movie "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan" directed by the world's famous director Wayne Wang as the protagonist last year, and her new movie "The Thieves" by the director Choi Dong-hoon will be soon released next year.
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