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Eric's past interview saying he wants to be the first Shinhwa member to marry garners attention
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Eric's past interview saying he wants to be the first Shinhwa member to marry garners attention

The April 18 broadcast of SBS's 'One Night of TV Entertainment' featured news on Shinhwa's Eric and actress Nam Hye Mi's sudden wedding announcement.

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A representative from Nam Hye Mi's agency responded, "I actually found out after Na Hye Mi handed me what looked like a wedding invitation out of the blue."

Previously, Eric had mentioned in an interview, "Out of the members, I would like to be the first one to get married. How sincere would they act, knowing that it's the first wedding?"

Song Joong Ki Wanted To Be A Good Husband & Father: He Was Rumored To Marry His Co-Lead In 'Descendants of the Sun'
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Song Joong Ki Wanted To Be A Good Husband & Father: He Was Rumored To Marry His Co-Lead In 'Descendants of the Sun'

There is no end for Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo's marriage rumor. Even though both denied in a relationship, but their sweet gestures to each other had made the rumors about their relationship stronger. Recently, Song Joong Ki said he wanted to be a good husband, which made people wonder about his relationship with "Full House" actress.

The rumors about Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo's relationship get stronger when Song Hye Kyo posted some pictures of her with a child. Whether they planned it or not, Song Joong Ki also posted a picture with a child. Many of their fans then started to believe that they were in a relationship.

More Women Marry Less Educated Men
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More Women Marry Less Educated Men

A growing number of highly educated women marry men with lower academic credentials. Statistics Korea data on 2 million couples who married between 1995 and 2015 show that the proportion of women marrying less educated men rose from 7.5 percent of all couples to 11.6 percent over the decade.

In 2015, 235,085 couples got married and 27,173 were a woman with a university degree marrying a high-school graduates or a woman with a high school diploma marrying a man who did not finish high school.