Park Goon, a former soldier who became a singer, and actress Han Young are getting married soon.
According to an exclusive revelation by Xports News, the wedding invites for presenter Han Young and singer Park Gun were distributed on the 18th. On the 26th of this month, the two are planning a quiet wedding ceremony with adults and relatives from both families.
The wedding invitation for Han Young and Park Goon’s new beginning features a wedding photo of a lovely pair as well as a message of joy and trembling as they approach their wedding. They asserted, “Through faith and love, the two of us are now establishing a family. Please come and shower your blessings on us. “
In addition, the video invitation, which was combined with the message, demonstrated the couple’s strong heart “We were born staring at different skies, but now we will spend the rest of our lives looking at the same sky. We’ll spend the rest of our lives together as though our hearts were one.”
SBS FiL’s ‘Do You Reveal Your Daily Life?’ brought Han-young and Park-goon together.
They announced their nuptials by sharing a handwritten letter on Instagram, respectively. “I shall live a nice life by relying on and holding each other and sharing with a kind and upright person like there is no other in the world,” Hanyoung said of his love.
Their sincere wedding announcement drew the blessings and support of a large number of people. The couple’s daily appearances on SBS’s ‘My Little Old Boy’ and MBC’s ‘We Are Family,’ which drew a lot of attention, also received a lot of attention.
The bridal photo shoot, which was released eight days before the wedding, received a lot of attention as well. The wedding photo of a future couple making love by tenderly hugging or kissing enhances viewers’ excitement and raises expectations for the ceremony.
Meanwhile, Han Young made her debut with her band LPG in 2005, and she has worked in a variety of disciplines, from acting to MC, and she is well-liked by many. Park made his debut in 2019 with the single “Have a Drink,” and he gained notoriety as a trot singer for special forces men.