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Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung to Tie the Knot Today (9/27)

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2013.09.27 11:14 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

After loving and cherishing each other for the past six years, Lee Bo Young (34) and Ji Sung (36) will finally become a married couple.

On September 27 at 6PM (KST), Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young will hold their wedding at the Walker Hill Hotel Ashton House in Kwangjang-dong. Ahead of the wedding ceremony, the couple will be greeting reporters at 2PM to share their thoughts on getting married.

The ceremony will be private, and good friends of the couple, Ku Hye Sun, Yoon Sang Hyun, and Kim Bum Soo will sing the celebratory songs.

Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung to Tie the Knot Today (9/27)

The couple announced their wedding plans through handwritten letters back in August.

As soon as SBS’ I Hear Your Voice finished, Lee Bo Yong wrote, “I wanted to announce my upcoming marriage in June and slowly prepare for everything, but this was a project that I just couldn’t miss, so I’m rushing,” and “I’m still lacking, but I will become an actress who continues to grow.”

Ji Sung also posted up his handwritten letter on his fancafe saying, “My heart is nervous and fluttering,” and “I will work harder to show you a more mature image in the future. I will be Ji Sung, who won’t disappoint those who have cherished and loved me.”

Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung to Tie the Knot Today (9/27)

Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young met in 2004 through SBS’ The Last Dance With Me and began dating publicly in 2007.

Meanwhile, following the wedding, Lee Bo Young will be leaving for volunteer work abroad, while Ji Sung will remain Korea for the filming of his current KBS drama, Secret. They will go on their honeymoon after the conclusion of Secret

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