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Trot Singer Jang Yoon Jung to Wed KBS Announcer Do Kyung Wan in Fall

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2013.04.22 10:18 Mwave Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Jang Yoon Jung, the princess of trot, will be getting married to KBS announcer Do Kyung Wan this fall.

The announcement was made through the singer′s agency Inwoo Entertainment on April 22.

Do Kyung Wan became an announcer through KBS′ 35th round of recruiting and currently hosts Morning Plaza and Entertaiment Relay.

The two came to know each other through broadcasts last year and recently came to decide on getting married after leading a steady relationship since then.

Trot Singer Jang Yoon Jung to Wed KBS Announcer Do Kyung Wan in Fall

A rep from the agency commented, "The specific date and location hasn′t been decided on yet, but the two plan to be wed in September."

The rep also said, "They wished to let the fact be known so early and prepare with care as they are both entertainers known to the public."

Do Kyung Wan said through Jang Yoon Jung′s agency, "My cold and empty heart became warm and full thanks to Jang Yoon Jung. This is the best decision I′ll make in my life, and we′ll live in love together."

Jang Yoon Jung also commented, "Announcer Do [Kyung Wan] was a big help to me when I was in need, and he shared my happiness whenever I was happy. He showed me such deep faith and love, and so I made the decision to stay with him for the rest of my life, without any calculation or concerns. I′ll live a rightful life as a married woman so that I can sing even more happily before my fans."

Jang Yoon Jung is currently preparing for her agency′s family concert Trot Festival - Inwoo Family Concert, which will take place on May 4, as well as her own dinner show.

Photo credit: Inwoo Entertainment

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