It has very suddenly been announced that singer and entertainer HaHa (33) will be getting married!

According to industry insiders, HaHa and singer Byul (‘Star’, age 29) has decided to tie the knot after six months of dating. The two are reported to have known each other for the past 7 to 8 years, but only started dating seriously earlier this year. They are reported to have set the date of the wedding for November 30th.

HaHa is expected to officially announce the news on August 15th at the MBC Dream Center through a press conference at 2 PM KST.

HaHa made his debut in 2001 and became a well-loved celebrity for his various variety show appearances as well as his continuous effort as a singer. Meanwhile, Byul made her debut in 2002 and has been loved for many hit songs like “December 32nd“, “When Watching Dramas“, and more, and featured on the latest OST track for the current drama, ‘You Who Rolled in Unexpectedly‘.

Kim Go-Eun (김고은), better known by her stage name of 별 (Byul, "star"), is a South Korean singer known mostly for her ballads. She was born on October 22, 1983 in Seosan, Chungcheongnam-do and studied in Dongduk Women's University. She was discovered by singer-songwriter Park Jin Young when she had the opportunity to sing for him at one of his fan-meetings, and is currently signed under Spring Entertainment.

Byul's first album was released in 2002, with the interestingly-titled single "December 32nd" marking her debut in the entertainment industry. A song of waiting for a lost love (who promised he would be back before the end of the year), it became very popular (as it was released in December of that year). The subsequent singles from the album, though, did not achieve much popularity and Byul took a break from the music scene.

After taking one-year hiatus for vocal training, Byul released her eponymous second album, in March 2005. Her first and only single from the album was entitled "안부", a duet with ballad singer Na Yoon Kwon. Both the album and the single initially sold poorly. The song "I Think I Love You", however, was later used as the theme song for the Korean television drama Full House. The album enjoyed modest success when the drama became a hit domestically and internationally, and Byul's first two albums were subsequently released in China.

Source & Photo: Star News, Sports Donga, wikipedia
English : allkpop

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