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Posted : 2009-06-11 11:28
Updated : 2009-06-11 11:28

Jang Yoon-jung Wants 4 Children


Jang Yoon-jung
Top singer Jang Yoon-jung, 29, says she hopes to have four children after marriage.

Jang, who surprised the entertainment community by announcing that she is in love with entertainer No Hong-chul earlier this week, made the remark during an interview with ``Nightly TV Entertainment'' on SBS-TV Wednesday night. The interview was taped before the couple expressed their love publicly.

In the interview, she said, ``I want to give birth to many babies. Given my age, I will have to marry soon. I'd like to have four children.''

Inwoo Productions, the trot star's agency, said Monday, ``It was all due to No's sincere affection toward Jang for the past two years.'' Jang has not had a boyfriend in the last six years. Jang and No, 30, reportedly have been in love for just one month.

The couple currently appears together on the popular matchmaking program ``The Gold Misses Are Coming,'' but Jang said news of their marriage was premature.

Jang made her debut in 1999 and has gained fame among the young and old through her fun and easy songs, including ``Eomeona!'' ``Flower,'' and ``Idda Iddayo'' that follow the Korean traditional pop genre trot.

No started his career as a VJ for a cable music channel in 2004 and progressed to become one of the country's most famous entertainers. Appearing as a member of the hit reality entertainment program ``The Unlimited Challenge'' helped him attract many fans, and the success led to other shows and commercials.

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