Korean actress Park Shin-hye pregnant; wedding set

Korean actress Park Shin-hye is pregnant and she is getting married next year.

Park Shin-hye, 31 and actor Choi Tae-joon, 30, will get married on Jan. 22, 2022 in Seoul after being in a relationship for four years since the end of 2017, according to Salt Entertainment, the actress’ agency, in a statement issued on Nov. 23.

Park Shin-hye and Choi Tae-joon are getting married next year (Salt Entertainment, Instagram)

She broke the news on her official fan cafe.

“So I am very nervous to tell you the news today, and on the other hand, I am worried that you will be surprised by the sudden news. Still, I wanted to tell you first,” said Park Shin-hye.

She added, “I am about to marry a friend I have known for a long time. I am about to start my life as a couple with a person who has supported me for a long time and even covered up the shortcomings of human Park Shin-hye.”

Park Shin-hye also announced that she is pregnant, saying, “And I'm careful to say that it's still too early, but a precious life came in the process of preparing for the wedding. More than anyone else, I wanted to inform you. Even after forming a family, I will show you a good image.”

“Thank you for always supporting me with love. It will take some time, but I will do my best to show you a good actor as soon as possible so you don't have to wait too long. Until then, I hope you are in good health,” she added.

Salt Entertainment said, “In addition, we ask for your generosity in understanding that the details of the marriage are being held privately in consideration of both families. We would like to express our deep gratitude to everyone who loves and supports the two of them.”

Park Shin-hye started acting at a young age, appearing as the young Choi Ji-woo in “Stairway to Heaven." Her drama and film credits include “#Alive,” “The Call,” “Memories of the Alhambra” and “Miracle in Cell No.7.”

Choi Tae-joon’s acting credits include the dramas “So I Married the Anti-fan,” “A Girl Who Sees Smells” and “Exit.”