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Yoo Ji-tae and Kim Hyo-jin's invitation only has their names

2011/11/28 | 1901 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Yoo Ji-tae (35) and Kim Hyo-jin (27) revealed their wedding invitations.

A photographer posted on her Twitter on the 28th saying, "This is the most minimal invitation I have ever received" along with a picture.

The invitation in the picture was light purple with the couple's names on it. Unlike other invitations, they don't have any fancy decorations or anything but simply just their names.

The two met as advertisement models in 2003 and started dating in 2007. They announced their relationship in May that year and have been together since. They announced their marriage in August and are getting married on the 2nd of December at Shilla Hotel in Seoul.

Those who have seen the picture say, "The invitations at last. So simple", "It's so them", "Yoo Ji-tae and Kim Hyo-jin I hope you guys are happy" and more.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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