Gary and Son Ji Hyu's wedding picture!
By Jenny Chang | December 28, 2011 02:53 PM EST
Rapper Gary and actress Song Ji Hyo's photoshopped wedding photo was revealed.
On the 28th Gary posted on his Twitter "it's a warm night. I want a can a beer or so. Yesterday before we went to sleep Ha Dong Hoon(HaHa) asked me how I look like this as a celebrity... But I also agreed and laughed for a long time. Small happiness..." along with a photo.
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Gary continued "Suk Jin Hyung asked me to send the picture to him so he can look at it whenver he was down. It's has nothing to do with real life. Just for fun. 'Running Man's last filming was good good. Thank you to all those who loved Running Man".
The picture posted by Gary is a wedding photo of mon/tues couple Song Ji Hyo and Gary who are appearing on 'Running Man'.
There are a lot of talk about the photo. Gary's wedding photo turned out to be a photoshopped photo by a netizen.
Netizens who saw the photo commented "I thought this photo was real for a moment", "I want Gary's down to earth smile in the photo", "Gary must have been happy though it was photoshopped", "netizen's love for mon/tues couple" and etc...
Photo Credit: Gary Twitter
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