The South Korean Singer Son Dam Bi and Lee Kyou Hyuk who is a retired national long track speed skater are all set to exchange wedding vows in the month of May. If you are wondering, Really? Then the answer is YES! As the announcement has been made officially.
It is official and very true. We agree with the fact that the news came out as a surprise for everyone because just a few days ago the singer denied all the rumors about her wedding plans with Lee Kyou Hyuk. However, now the grand announcement has been done and the reactions about the same are flooding the internet in all the possible ways.
It is very true that the couple is one of the sweetest ones in the industry. Belonging to two different career choices their love story has been really intriguing for everyone out there. And now with their wedding announced, fans are going crazy.
Moreover, many were anticipating them to exchange rings since last year and now it is finally coming true. Here, we have gathered up all the details regarding this heartwarming announcement. Therefore, let’s have a quick skim through all of them.
Son Dam Bi and Lee Kyou Hyuk: All About Their Wedding Announcement
The announcement about their wedding was done personally by Son Dam Bi on January 25, 2022. It was done in a very heartwarming way i.e., with a handwritten letter that was posted on Instagram.
The letter read that after giving so much thought to their relationship she came to this decision. She personally wanted to announce this exciting news and therefore she is personally writing this letter. She wrote further that Kyou Hyuk is someone with who she wants to spend her whole life. He is her safe space and with her, she feels like herself the most.
Adding further, Dam Bi explained her sweet relationship with Lee Kyou Hyuk. She also pointed out that they would tie the knot in the month of May. She also said she is really grateful to all her fans who supported her since her debut without any change. Dam Bi also mentioned that she is really happy for having being surrounded by people who love her.
Wrapping up the sweet letter she wrote that she will continue to work and show a good side of herself even after her marriage.
Dam Bi again proved that she loves and adores her fans the most by mentioning them again and again in the letter. And also warning them about the cold weather and advising them to stay safe.
Son Dam Bi: A Little About Her
Son Dam Bi is one of the popular South Korean singers, actresses, and entertainers. In the year 2007, she made her debut as a solo singer and then ventured into the television world in the year 2009 with the drama series “Dream”. Her debut role won her the “New Star Awards” at the SBS Drama Awards.
Dam Bi’s amazing vocals and sharp dancing skills made people call her the female version of Rain. Her dancing and vocal talents were amazingly showcased in her debut single which featured five tracks.
Her next album was released on November 12, 2012, and the lead single of the same was “Dripping Tears”. It had a total of six tracks including the “G. Remix Version” of “Dripping Tears”.
Later in the year 2019, she was starred in the romantic comedy thriller “When the Camellia Blooms”.
Lee Kyou Hyuk: A Little About Him
Lee Kyou Hyuk is recognized as a popular long track speed skater with a specialty in the 500 and 1000 meters. He has bagged the title of “Sprint speed Skating Championship” for the years 2007,2008, 2019, and 2011. He also won the 2011 World Champion for 500 m. Moreover, he is among the four men who have bagged the title of World Sprint Speed Skating Championship four times.
In the year 2007, he participated in the first world sprint championship which was his first International Championships medal after a 13-year top-level career. After his beginning in his sports career, he has bagged fourteen wins in individual World Cup races, a gold medal, two silver, and one bronze in the World Single Distance Championships and then won four gold medals in the Asian Winter Games.
With his amazing skills and energized personality, he has also successfully won several South Korean titles which include 10 successive National Sprint Speed Skating Championships (2001-2010). Moreover, he has two unbeatable records during his entire long track speed skater career.