Watch: Park Shin-hye and Choi Tae-joon shared glimpse their Pre-Wedding photoshoot
South Korean actor Park Shin-hye and actor-vocalist Choi Tae-joon are getting hitched on Saturday, January 22, and they have a couple of staggering pre-wedding photographs to impart to fans.
Park’s organization S.A.L.T. Diversion shared snaps of the couple’s pre-service photoshoot, and said thanks to fans for their “favors” and their warm help. One sweet photograph shows Shin-hye, wearing a lovely trim white outfit and with a white botanical bouquet, clutching Tae-joon’s arm. The other photograph shows Shin-hye in another unpredictably planned, darling white outfit, clasping hands with Tae-joon.
The last two shots are of Shin-hye in an alternate white dress, wearing a long cloak with blossoms on her head in the midst of rich plant life. The couple will be marry in a private service in Seoul, South Korea.
In November 2021, the couple reported that they were locked in and were expecting their first kid together. The two entertainers began dating in late 2017 and opened up to the world about their relationship in March 2018. It was accounted for that the couple both went to Chung Ang University, and would go on calm dates at Shin-hye’s place.
Shin-hye is most popular for her parts in K-dramatizations The Heirs, Heartstrings, Pinocchio, Stairway to Heaven, Tree of Heaven, and You’re Beautiful. She likewise featured in Miracle in Cell No. 7, one of the greatest earning Korean movies, and Netflix’s 2020 zombie spine chiller, #Alive. She visited Manila in 2017 as a Bench endorser.
In November 2021, the couple shared an assertion to report that they were expecting their first kid and will be hitched soon. The couple began dating in 2017 however just declared their relationship in March 2018.
Park Shin-hye is a South Korean entertainer and artist. She acquired acknowledgment for featuring in the TV shows Stairway to Heaven, Tree of Heaven just as the film Miracle in Cell No. 7, one of the greatest earning Korean film ever.
Choi Tae-joon is a South Korean actor and singer. He is known for his lead role in melodrama Exit. (Wikipedia)