This past weekend marked a joyous event for Clazziquai’s Alex as he exchanged wedding vows with his non-famous partner. The intimate ceremony occurred on January 27 at a resort nestled in Busan. As previously declared, the event was a private affair with only close family members in attendance.
On January 29, Alex took to his Instagram, expressing profound gratitude for the warm wishes he received. In his heartfelt post, he vowed to lead a blissful life with his spouse and thanked everyone for his or her love and support. The accompanying photo beautifully captured a tender moment from the wedding ceremony.
Aspiring Artist Alexa Embraces her Roots and Carves her Niche
AleXa, born Alexandra Christine Schneiderman to a Russian father and Korean mother in the United States, ventured into the Korean music scene in 2019. Prior to this, she had no experience living in Korea and was unfamiliar with the language. Her journey towards the Korean music industry was guided by her passion for self-expression through dance and song, and perhaps an inexplicable twist of fate.
As she revealed in an interview with the Korea JoongAng Daily, Alexa’s journey with dance began when she was just two years old. Her high school years were filled with competitive show choir, and she chose musical theatre as her college major, clearly indicating her lifelong passion for performing arts. She fell in love with K-pop around 2008, and has ever since nurtured a dream of being a part of it.
The pivotal moment in Alexa’s career was winning the Soompi’s Rising Legends audition in 2017. This victory took her to Korea to participate in the “Legendary: Making of a K-pop Star” TV show as the champion, where she got an opportunity to interact with industry professionals and experts. Shortly thereafter, ZB Labels, a subsidiary of the Korean music video production company Zanybros, picked her up. She also participated in the popular K-pop audition program “Produce 48” aired by cable channel Mnet in 2018.
When she first traveled to Korea for “Produce 48”, Alexa could only communicate basic Korean greetings such as ‘annyeong haseyo’ (hello) and ‘kamsahammida’ (thank you). Despite studying Korean for two years, she confesses the language becomes more complex the further she delves into it. Though she didn’t make it to the final rounds of “Produce 48”, AleXa appreciated the invaluable learning experience she gained from teachers, peers, and established stars.
The instructors proved to be understanding and supportive, providing helpful guidance. She gained significant insights from her fellow contestants, particularly the older girls and those who had debuted earlier—they offered valuable tips on stage presentation. “Produce 48” allowed AleXa to gain practical knowledge she could apply in her career.
Following “Produce 48”, Alexa made her unveiling in October 2019 with the dance track “Bomb”. It was unique with its dystopian future theme, a departure from the typical K-pop narratives that usually avoid science fiction or are limited to love and break-up stories. AleXa stayed true to her unique concept in following tracks like “A.I Trooper” (2020),” “Do Or Die” (2020), “Villain” (2020) and “Revolution” (2020), consistently commanding the stage with her striking appearance. Behind the assertive AleXa, however, is Alex, a rather timid girl from a small town, as she revealed during her time on “Produce 48”.
Park Han Byul celebrates the birth of her second child!
Actress Park Han Byul and her family are thrilled to announce the arrival of their second child.
Park’s agency confirmed on August 17th, “Today, Park Han Byul has become the mother of a healthy baby boy.” Both mother and newborn are doing well.
Park Han Byul and her husband, Yoo In Suk, former CEO of Yuri Holdings, had their first child in April 2018. Since her last drama, ‘Love in Sadness’, aired in 2019, she’s been operating a café in Jeju Island.
Park Han Byul parts ways with Se7en after a 12-year relationship; now in a relationship with actor Jung Eun Woo
After a 12-year long relationship with singer Se7en, actress Park Han Byul is now romantically involved with actor Jung Eun Woo, as reported by Korean media outlet, The Fact.
Park Han Byul and Se7en’s relationship dates back to their high school days in 2002, but it wasn’t until 2009 that they confirmed their relationship publicly. Their relationship took a hit following a series of rumors that began last year when Se7en was spotted at a massage parlor involved in prostitution during his military service, ultimately leading to their split.
The Fact captured recent sightings of Park Han Byul with actor Jung Eun Woo. The duo was often seen going on drives in Park Han Byul’s Mercedes G Wagon and savoring coffee at a café in Jangan-dong. The café owner noted, “Park Han Byul and Jung Eun Woo are regulars here.”
Despite being spotted by the media, the couple did not seem bothered and didn’t make a public display of their relationship. They have confirmed their relationship status, requesting fans to join in their happiness.