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Jung Gyu-woon to get married in September, a year after divorce

2017/08/28 | 9513 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Jung Gyu-woon is getting married. His management announced that he is getting married to a university music student who plays the piano on the 30th of September.

Evidently, they've been seeing each other for a year and their wedding will be held privately with just parents and close family members in attendance.

Jung Gyu-woon's first marraige was in 2014, but he divorced in 2016.

The following is the statement from his management company:

We'd like to announce that actor Jung Gyu-woon is getting married. His bride-to-be is a university music student who plays the piano on the 30th of September. Their wedding will be held privately with just parents and close family members in attendance.

We hope for your blessings for the two of them and further support for the actor in the future.

Thank you.

Jung Gyu-woon recently starred in the MBC "You're Too Much".

Source : www.wowtv.co.kr/newsc...

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