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Baek Ji Young and Jung Seok Won to Tie the Knot in June

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2013.04.18 16:51 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Baek Ji Young and Jung Seok Won will finally be tying the knot this June.

Baek Ji Young and Jung Seok Won to Tie the Knot in June

The couple will be getting married after staying together for two years since 2011.

Specific dates or locations haven′t been confirmed as of yet.

A rep from Jung Seok Won′s agency Forestar Entertainment told enews on April 18, "Both families recently met, and decided that the wedding should happen in June. Once they decide on a date they plan to set off in search of a location."

It is said Jung Seok Won and Baek Ji Young started to share their thoughts on marriage this year. As Jung Seok Won′s filming for the film Battle of Yeonpyeong ends in June and he plans to go on to other films and dramas after, they finally decided to be wed in June.

The rep added, "We wished to release the news once they had more details confirmed, but we came to open up because so many outlets had continued to ask us about the couple after rumors that they had separated started leaking out."

The couple went public with its relationship in 2011, and has since shown their love for each other openly on broadcast. Jung Seok Won even sent a lovey-dovey message toward Baek Ji Young in the SBS variety show The Laws of the Jungle.

The rep said, "Since marriage involves not only them but also their families, they′re taking everything seriously. The two are known to be honest, however, so they plan to release news on any details of their marriage as soon as they may arise. So please show your support for their love and we hope you congratulate the birth of this new married couple."

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