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[Exclusive] Kim Jung Hwa to Hold Wedding with Yoo Eun Sung on August 24

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2013.05.29 10:29 Mwave Lee, InKyung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Kim Jung Hwa has confirmed a date for her wedding with CCM singer Yoo Eun Sung.

Though the couple originally stated they would be wed in fall, they decided to tie the knot sooner than expected, settling for August 24.

The wedding will take place in Dongsoong Church in Seoul as both are devout Christians.

[Exclusive] Kim Jung Hwa to Hold Wedding with Yoo Eun Sung on August 24

One official from the couple′s wedding management company said, "The Kim Jung Hwa and Yoo Eun Sung couple are currently preparing for the ceremony. They′re looking into invitations, locations and wedding dresses. I believe they′ll hold the ceremony in private with only a few family and friends."

The two got to know each other while acting as honorary ambassadors for Korea Food for the Hungry International. In November 2012, Kim Jung Hwa released a book on her experiences in volunteer work titled Hello, Agnes!, and Yoo Eun Sung wrote the single that was released with the book.

They went on to build trust and affection for each other while participating in various volunteer work later on, and made the decision in spring to tie the knot.

A rep from S.A.L.T., Kim Jung Hwa′s agency, said, "I recently learned of their wedding date. It is true they will hold their wedding on August 24. I hope you send many warm blessings to Ms. Jung Hwa′s new start as two, not one. She will also work hard in return to become a better actor and wife."

Kim Jung Hwa will appear in the musical The Days until late June, and also has been cast for the tvN drama Cyrano Agency. She will appear in the drama from the fourth episode to air on June 4.

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