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Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung to Get Married in September


2013.08.02 09:38 CJ E&M enewsWorld An So Hyoun | Ko Hong Ju Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung will finally be topping off their long relationship with a tight knot.

The couple announced on August 2 that it would be getting married in September.

The news was first made known through a handwritten letter put up by Lee Bo Young herself.

She said in the letter, ′I′ve received a lot of letters from you after I said in an interview that I like handwritten letters, and now I′m nervous to be writing one for you for the first time. I don′t know what I should write nor how I should write it... Yesterday′s drama ended happily, didn′t it?′

She then added, ′I′m suddenly writing this letter... because I thought it wouldn′t be right for you to learn the news through articles when you′ve loved me and supported me for so long.′

′I′m getting married on September 27,′ she dropped. ′You′re going to congratulate me, right? I′m sorry for this wake up call to those who are still so into Hye Sung and Soo Ha [of I Hear Your Voice], but I had to make this announcement now because I don′t have much time to prepare.′

Ji Sung′s agency Namoo Actors also confirmed on August 2 that the two will be wed on September 27 at the Walkerhill Hotel in Seoul. The actors had been preparing for the wedding since March.

"Nothing other than what has been revealed has been decided on," a rep from the agency said. "We hope you all send in your warm congratulations as they′ll be married with their deep love and trust."

Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung first met through the 2004 SBS drama Save the Last Dance for Me, and went public with their relationship in 2007.

Photo credit: Lee Bo Young′s fan cafe

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