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Yoo Jae-suk to Become Dad

2009/09/18 | 391 views | Permalink | Source

TV personality Yoo Jae-suk and his wife Na kyung-eun, who were married last year, will soon become parents. Yoo's agency, De Chocolate E&TF, said that Na is three months pregnant and that she and her husband were excited atbout becoming parents.

The agency added that the couple had kept the news secret at the early stage of the pregnancy and that both the mother and fetus were healthy.

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