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Park Hee-soon and Park Ye-jin are a married couple legally since last year

2016/01/27 | 2207 views | Permalink | Source

It has been revealed that Park Hee-soon and Park Ye-jin registered their marriage after dating for a long time.

Park Hee-soon and Park Ye-jin's agencies, King Kong Entertainment and Jelly Fish Entertainment told Xportsnews on January 27th, "The two registered their marriage in the end of last year and became a married couple legally".

The two have been in an open relationship since 2011. They met through their mutual friends and have been keeping their love strong while working under one same agency. The two later settled down under two different agencies, however their romance lasted and has come to fruition.

Park Hee-soon showed impressive acting performance for his role Oh Dae-yeong in OCN's 'Missing Noir M' and Park Ye-jin appeared in JTBC's Friday & Saturday drama, "Last". They are now taking breaks to prepare for their next works.

Source : www.xportsnews.com/je...

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