161211 Moon Heejun & Soyul’s Wedding Date Revealed

Music idol group, HOT member Moon Hee Jun (38) and Girl group Crayon Pop’s Soyul (25, real name Park Hyekyeong) will get married next year on 12 Feb.

A representative at Moon Hee Jun’s agency, Koen Star on the 11th wrote, “The two people are planning to hold their wedding at Seoul’s Shilla Hotel on 12 Feb. at 2pm.” He added that “the wedding will be private” and “the wedding singer is not yet determined.”

Source: Star News

  • Juliana Ocampo

    va hacer privada,,, Queremos ver a Soyul decir Yes, i do!!

  • h4iumb1

    Nice. Shilla Hotel is the top address for celebrity weddings in Seoul. 👍👍

  • Mic

    Are there rules against being your own wedding singer.

    • CP Hwaiting

      CP will obviously sing a song.. 😀

      • strawberrypi

        Dancing Queen would seem the natural choice, but perhaps just to Swedes, because of this:

        (ABBA performed that song to the current King & Queen of Sweden the evening before their marriage.)

      • Mygiwi

        I imagine the scene : the girls with their evening dresses and SoYul with her wedding dress, all with their helmets singing BBB.
        If there is the case, I want a video. 😁😻

  • Wojcik117

    Keeping it private and yet revealing all the details? Weird, especially in this particular situation.
    I wonder if we’re gonna see Soyul by the time of the marriage at least once.

    • h4iumb1

      Why not announce the date and place of the wedding? A private wedding doesn´t mean that nobody should know of it at all. 😉 I am quite sure that we will see pictures of the lovely bride.

  • grandpa-ajussi

    this is so odd–would not being a bride in a wedding be filled with anxiety ? quite a leap from NOT being able to perform on stage, to “starring” in a wedding.

    • Genki

      Soyul is not suffering from full-on anxiety. She is in the early stages of anxiety due to chronic fatigue, according to the hospital. (https://crayonpop.me/161004-soyul-to-halt-activities-due-to-anxiety-disorder/).

    • CP Ranger

      It is not really that odd. People who suffer from mental health issues still live life as normally as possible.

      Plus, she’s not “starring” in anything. A wedding is indeed stressful, but it is still a time that will be filled with joy and happiness. I’m sure she’ll be able to draw upon the strength of being married to the man she loves and vice versa.