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.
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.
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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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