Yoo Ji-tae (left) and Kim Hyo-jin [GTB Entertainment/Namoo Actors]
Actor couple Yoo Ji-tae and Kim Hyo-jin will get married on December 2, tying the knot to five solid years of dating.
GTB Entertainment and Namoo Actors announced the news on Sunday of their respective actors Yoo, 35, and Kim, 27, who started dating in early 2007 after getting acquainted for a fashion editorial shoot.
Their agencies also said the two have yet to decide on the venue for their wedding but are deciding on the details after their families recently met.
Yoo, who debuted in 1998 in film "Bye June", first gained recognition for his role in his second film "Attack the Gas Station" in 1999.
Since then, he has starred in numerous films of which several have been the most notable movies in Korean film history by the country's top directors including Hur Jin-ho's "One Fine Spring Day" (2001) and Park Chan-wook's "Oldboy" (2003) and "Sympathy For Lady Vengeance" (2005).
Kim debuted as a fashion model in 1999 and turned to acting the following year. She has appeared in a number of films and dramas.
She is currently filming Korea-China-Japan produced TV series "Stranger 6" set for premiere next year but is said to have declined a movie role to prepare for her upcoming nuptials.
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