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New Bride Choi Ji-woo Reveals Her Husband

2018/07/10 | 9271 views | Permalink | Source

Choi Ji-woo revealed her husband for the first time in the three months that she's been married. She's been every secretive about him as she only introduced her management to him the day before the wedding.

YG Entertainment announced that her husband is 9 years younger than her and that he's the CEO of an O2O (online to offline) application company. They have been together for 3 years and he changed his name in 2015, the year he met her.

He changed his name and nothing about the husband was known until the day of the wedding on the 29th of March. They introduced each others' families a year after they'd been together.

The reason she kept her husband under wraps was to prevent any prejudice regarding business and other matters. It was all because Choi Ji-woo wanted to be considerate of her in-laws, so the management hopes there are no baseless speculations about the couple.

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