K-drama ‘Bad Love’ actors Shim Eun-jin and Jeon Seung-bin get married


Shim Eun-jin (left) and Jeon Seung-bin announce their marriage on social media. Photo: Shim Eun-jin/Instagram, Jeon Seung-bin/Instagram

On an Instagram post on Jan 12, South Korean actress and singer Shim Eun-jin, 39, announced her marriage to fellow actor, Jeon Seung-bin, 34.

The member of the disbanded K-pop girl group Baby V.O.X. wrote on her Instagram that “starting today, January 12, 2021, Jeon Seung-bin and I have become each other’s spouse”.

Her post also details that she got to know Jeon while working on the Korean drama Bad Love, which ran from December 2019 to May 2020.

As translated by soompi.com, the Diary Of A Watchman star posted this on her Instagram: “We first got to know each other through the MBC drama Bad Love and spent time as colleagues and as senior and junior. By the end of the drama, we were able to confirm each other’s feelings. After that, we thought seriously about each other while meeting and have reached where we are today.”

Likewise, Jeon (Chief Of Staff) shared the happy news on his Instagram accompanied by a long caption as well.

One part of the post reads: “Last year, there was someone who approached me with a warm heart... She was both my colleague and my senior and is also like a friend I can share a lot of my opinions with. She is someone who makes me think a lot, feel fear, as well as ambition. I thought that I couldn’t let go of her hand. So, I held onto her hand and we’ve met seriously up until now.”

While the couple has officially registered their marriage, there is no date for a wedding ceremony yet due to the pandemic, as some family members are overseas.

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