Lee Seung Gi announces wedding with girlfriend Lee Da In, nuptials to take place on April 7


K-Drama Mouse actor Lee Seung Gi is all set to marry his girlfriend and actor Lee Da In, this year in April. Taking to Instagram, he announced the wedding date in a heartfelt letter and revealed that he recently proposed Lee Da In and she accepted. The couple has been dating since May 2021.

Taking to Instagram, Lee Seung Gi posted a letter in which he wrote, “Hello, this is Lee Seung Gi. It seems that I have many reasons to write long posts this year. Today, I am relaying the most important decision of my life. I have decided to spend the remainder of my life with Lee Da In, whom I love, not just as a couple but as a married couple. I proposed, and she accepted. We are holding our wedding on April 7.”

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He further wrote, “Now that I have someone to take responsibility of forever, I wanted to happily relay this news to you directly. She is someone with a lot of warmth and love, and she is someone I want to keep by my side forever. I want to share our happiness together, and even if there are difficult times in life, I want to overcome those difficulties together without letting go of each other’s hands. I hope you will show support for our future ahead, and we will live happily while continuing to give back to others. Thank you.”

Lee Seung Gi started his career in 2004 as a singer but later switched to acting appearing in reality shows and series such as as Brilliant Legacy (2009), My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho (2010), The King 2 Hearts (2012), Gu Family Book (2013), You're All Surrounded (2014), A Korean Odyssey (2017–2018), Vagabond (2019) and Mouse (2021). He was last seen in The Law Café. On the other hand, Lee Da In is better known as the daughter of veteran actress Kyun Mi Ri and the youngest sister of Lee Yu Bi. She made her acting debut in 2014 and was last seen in Alice. She recently confirmed her next K-drama, Lovers.

(Source: Instagram)