“Hyun Bin contacted me directly”… Behind-the-scenes story revealed by the singer who sang at Hyun Bin-Son Ye Jin’s wedding

Singer Kim Bum Soo told the behind-the-scenes story of Hyun Bin-Son Ye Jin’s wedding congratulatory song.

Kim Bum Soo will appear as a guest on KBS2’s “Problem Child in House“, which is scheduled to air on Dec 21st.


Kim Bum Soo revealed the secret story of performing a congratulatory song at Hyun BinSon Ye Jin‘s wedding, which became a hot topic as the wedding of the century. He said, “I sang OSTs of dramas starring Hyun Bin, such as ‘Secret Garden’ and ‘Hyde Jekyll, Me’, so I had the feeling that Hyun Bin is my actor. I got a call from Hyun Bin and sang a congratulatory song, but it was more special because of the feeling of ‘my actor’.

Regarding the atmosphere of the wedding, he shared, “I wondered, ‘Is this real?’ It felt like I was in a scene from a movie. It was like an awards ceremony. For some reason, I felt like the director would shout ‘cut’ somewhere.

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He then mentioned the expensive return presents that have been attracting attention since the wedding. Kim Bum Soo confessed, “Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin shot a lot of advertisements, so they gave guests high-end products as gifts. It was like a Christmas gift.

In fact, at Hyun Bin-Son Ye Jin’s wedding, expensive gifts such as chocolate desserts with their names engraved on them, perfumes from fashion beauty brand Tom Ford, massage rollers from beauty device brand Vanav and glass sets from glass brand Baccarat were reportedly provided. It was also surprising that the return gifts’ price alone was hundreds of thousands of won or 1 million won per person.

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Meanwhile, Kim Bum Soo revealed that aside from Hyun Bin-Son Ye Jin, he also sang at the weddings of Lee Byung Hun-Lee Min Jung and Ji Sung-Lee Bo Young. Lee Byung Hun and Lee Min Jung reportedly gathered members who sang congratulatory songs after their marriage, invited them to their house and held a big house party as a way of thanking them.

Source: Wikitree

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