Tiger JK and Tasha couple reveals why they got married in a Buddhist temple
By Jenny Chang | January 03, 2012 12:44 PM EST
Couple Tiger JK and Tasha revealed why they had to get married in a Buddhist temple.
On the 3rd broadcast of KBS 'Win Win', the two made their appearance to openly share their love stories.
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The two stated "at the time we had no idea our marriage would become an issue. It wasn't a secret wedding but we just wanted a quiet one." Tiger JK continued "Honestly whether or not we get married we'll be together for life so we thought wedding was too traditional and pointless. That day Tasha wore a pretty one-piece dress instead of a wedding dress and I wore a nice coat", sharing their free wedding style like the hip hop couple they are.
He continued "I proposed with a rubber ring, but in the other TV program that story just got too blown out of proportion. It was meant that I was going to change it to a nice ring later", shyly opening up about his proposal.
Tasha added "Tiger JK felt really bad at the time and promised that he'd buy be a diamond ring later. But I didn't care", expressing her loving heart for her husband.
Photo Credit: KBS Capture
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