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Song Hye-kyo takes selfie with Ock Joo-hyun and Lee Jin, friends for 20 years and counting

2017/11/09 | 2108 views | Permalink | Source

Song Hye-kyo took a picture with her best friends Ock Joo-hyun and Lee Jin on her wedding day.

She posted this picture on her Instagram and said, "We first met when we were in 10th grade. Time flies. Thank you for twenty years of friendship".

The picture seems to have been taken at the reception after the wedding.

Ock Joo-hyun sang at Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki's wedding. She sang "A Whole New World" on a request from the bride and groom.

Lee Jin is from the same school as Song Hye-kyo and the two have known each other since before they became celebrities. Lee Jin is currently residing in New York after getting married, but came to Korea for Song Hye-kyo's wedding.

Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki got married on the 31st of October and left to Spain on their honeymoon.

Source : sbsfune.sbs.co.kr/new...

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