S.E.S.’s Bada Back To Reality After Marriage With 9 Years Younger Husband Bada, of the hit girl group, S.E.S., has just been married. Now, she gives the public a glimpse as to how her honeymoon went


S.E.S.'s Bada Back To Reality After Marriage With 9 Years Younger Husband  Bada

S.E.S.'s Bada Back To Reality After Marriage With 9 Years Younger Husband  Bada, of the hit girl group, S.E.S., has just been married. Now, she gives the public a glimpse as to how her honeymoon went

Bada, who was the former vocalist of the K-pop girl group, S.E.S, has just been married. However, she will continue with her busy schedule right after honeymoon. During a press conference at the couple’s wedding in the Yakhyeon Cathedral in Soul Bada confesses her love to her husband. Bada speaks of how she will both be his husband’s best friend and loves. She than adds that she will do the best of what she can to make their relationship work out and be happy as much as possible.
It is important to know that Bada is the Korean world for “sea”. Because of this, the K-pop sensation says that her name also symbolizes how she will be peaceful and soothing to his husband, just like the sea. According to Soompi , Bada met her husband in one of the gatherings in the cathedral last year. Reports also suggest that his husband is nine years younger than the K-pop singer. It is also reported that Bada has a busy schedule, as all of her work has been booked until June. Bada also says that she will continue with her hosting responsibility in “Fantastic Duo 2”. According to Yonhap News, Bada is also planning to have her concert together with Kim Tae-woo. Once all of her scheduled has been cleared, the singer says that she and his husband will then go on in preparing for baby. Bada is also confirmed to be the last S.E.S. member to have been married. S.E.S. is also one of the pioneers in bringing K-pop culture to the world. Last December, the vocal trio had a comeback concert and has released their new album, “Remember”, making their first album after 20 years. Surely, S.E.S. still got what it takes to compete in the world stage.

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