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Wanted′s Kim Jae Suk to be Wed on October 21

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2012.10.15 17:50 CJ E&M enewsWorld Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Wanted′s Kim Jae Suk will be wedding an English teacher five years his junior on October 21.

A rep from his agency The Groove Entertainment said, "Right after holding the ceremony at Busan, where both their parents live, the couple will leave on their honeymoon to Bali, and then start living in Seoul."

Wanted′s Kim Jae Suk to be Wed on October 21

According to his agency, Kim Jae Suk met his bride a year ago through an acquaintance. She is very considerate and beautiful, and has supported Kim Jae Suk′s musical activities.

About the sudden wedding announcement, Kim Jae Suk said, "It′s not a shotgun wedding; I was just being considerate for my bride, who is not a celebrity."

He added, "Nothing will change after the marriage, so please continue to love Kim Jae Suk′s music. We′ll live as happily as the amount of interest we received at the announcement of our wedding."

An acquaintance of Kim Jae Suk told enews, "Fellow Wanted member Ha Dong Gyun and [Kim Jae Suk′s] friends Lee Jung and Gummy will sing for the wedding. Other stars such as the idol group Cross Gene will also come in for the occasion."

Kim Jae Suk debuted in 2002 with the single For You, and has been a member of the group Wanted since 2004. He first released a solo album in 2011, and has written many songs for a variety of singers.

He currently teaches at Baekseok Arts University and Seokyeong University. He plans to release his second solo album near the end of the year or at the beginning of next year.

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