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[Interview] Crystal Says She’ll Love for the Rest of Her Life after Marriage

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2012.05.15 16:25 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Erika Kim

As One member Crystal, who will be wed in September, revealed how much she is looking forward to her wedding, saying that she wants to love as she loves now for the rest of her life.

Crystal will tie the knot with her groom Cho Min Chul, who is two years older than her, on September 16 in Seoul. The two first met as a singer and her manager, and after seeing each other for 10 years, will finally become husband and wife.

[Interview] Crystal Says She’ll Love for the Rest of Her Life after Marriage

In a phone interview with enews on May 15, Crystal said, “I’m embarrassed that news of my marriage has spread. We’ve led a great relationship for 10 years. I wish that we’ll love each other like we do now not only for the next 10 years, but for the rest of our lives.”

When the reporter asked mischievously whether it wasn’t a shotgun marriage, Crystal answered, “No, it isn’t. We’re just getting married because the time has come. I’m thankful toward fellow member Lee Min for congratulating me so much.”

In another phone conversation with enews, Cho Min Chul, Crystal’s groom, said, “We decided to be wed on September 16. Many knew that we were in a relationship, but I’m somewhat embarrassed and thankful to be telling people about our marriage after deciding on a specific date.”

Crystal and Cho Min Chul supported each other in showbiz for a long time. As such, their acquaintances are sending in their sincere congratulations.

As One debuted in 1999 with its first studio album Day by Day, and was much loved for its title single Day by Day. It became one of the biggest female duos after recording such hits as Want and Resent and For You Not to Know. The duo currently hosts a show on TBS Traffic Broadcasting.

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