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[12.01.27] Hyomin to join the Chinese version of "We Got Married" with Fu Xinbo

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[12.01.27] Hyomin to join the Chinese version of "We Got Married" with Fu Xinbo

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Famous Korean celebrities will star in the Chinese remake of "We Got Married".

The MBC variety show "We Got Married" will now start a Chinese version!

MBC's Hallyu Wave content creation team announced that a Chinese version of "We Got Married" is being produced and will begin a broadcast in February. The show will air two pilot episodes, and after that decide whether or not to make it into a full series.

T-ara's Hyomin and Super Junior's Kyuhyun have already began shooting for the Chinese version of "We Got Married". Hyomin's husband in the show is Fu Xinbo, a member of a popular Chinese pop group, BoBo. Super Junior's Kyuhyun will pair with a an actress name Yaeda Chen.

A total of three couples will appear in the pilot episode, with the third consisting of a Chinese actress and actor. An MBC official said, "MBC and China's SMG together have been producing the project for a while now. After the pilot episodes air, we'll make a decision on the future formatting of the show and if it'll become a full-fledged series."

The Chinese version of "We Got Married" is the same as the Korean "We Got Married". In addition to the three virtual couples, Chinese celebrities will be making commentary on the couple's married life during the show. Production currently has four of China's top female MCs being considered for the MC role.

The Chinese version of "We Got Married" is a unique formatting for a show, since it consists of South Korean idol members with foreign idols. Because many Koreans are beginning to expand overseas with the Hallyu Wave, the stars can combine their power to become twice as successful.

Hyomin and Kyuhyun will appear in the Chinese version of "We Got Married" which will broadcast on February 11th and 12th on SMG.

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Source: http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mid=smn&sid1=106&oid=100&aid=0000000662

Translated by: Nathaniel @ Diadem

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Maybe her "husband" knows how to speak korean or maybe she's learning mandarin from some time now...either way, if the show is well accepted is going to be a huge leap in her and T-ara careers outside Korea. At least the original version of WGM is now to have made the couples more well know to the general public

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this totally break my heart.. :(

1st in roly poly musical and now this... <_<

i hope they can make a cute couple.. ^_^

wonder how they cammunicate each other???

it must be tired speaking other languages

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Digging a little more i found this on aiyatheydidnt: "Singer- actor Fu Xinbo has recently gone to Korea to film an episode of We Got Married with girlband T-ara’s Park HyoMin. Meanwhile, iPartment actress Lou Yixiao filmed for the show in Shanghai with Super Junior’s Kyuhyun.

Both Fu Xinbo and Lou Yixiao posted a weibo's showing the two with their respective "spouses." (Fu Xinbo's weibo was later deleted). A Dragon TV editor filming with him also weibo‘ed information about the filming, so the show may also air on Dragon TV. The same Dragon TV editor revealed that the entire episode was filmed without translators. Even then, Fu Xinbo managed to make Park HyuMin touched to tears in the three days of filming."

So i'm just guessing the guy tried to speak korean since he went to Korea...but is just guessing

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I think we should just wait to see how this turns out before really saying anything. Their management companys wouldn't agree to anything when a show sucks and will hurt their star's image. I gotta say I'm not interested in watching this, but I am highly intrigued to see how will it work

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