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Kim Ha-neul leaves for her honeymoon

2016/03/21 | 2253 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ha-neul went on a trip for her honeymoon, two days after her wedding.

In the afternoon on March 21st, Kim Ha-neul and her husband departed from the Incheon International Airport to US to go on their honeymoon trip.

Details about her trip including the specific destination and itinerary are unknown. Kim Ha-neul in a pair of jeans and a white shirt accessorized with the large sunglasses looked no different than her usual daily style. Her light casual style at the airport drew attention.

The part that attracted more attention than her fashion is the bride's happy and bright smile on her face. She also waved her hand to the reporters, who came to the airport to cover her departure.

On March 19th, Kim Ha-neul tied the knot with her businessman husband, one year younger, one year after since the two started dating. Her first movie this year, "Remember You - Movie" was released earlier. Another movie "Misbehavior" is open soon at theaters. She will continue her acting career after marriage.

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