By Medha Sengupta Last Updated:
The Hallyu wave has taken over the world, and apart from those living under the rock, there is hardly anyone who isn't aware of the South Korean influence. Be it Korean dramas or K-pop music, the K-celebrities have won the hearts of the masses. However, some Korean celebrities have found a home for their hearts in India and have married Indian beauties.
It may take years for some people to find the love of their lives, especially if you are a celebrity with a packed schedule. However, you should consider yourself lucky if you have found the one for you. Here are a few popular Korean pop idols who have found their love across borders and married Indian beauties.
Kadambari is an Indian businesswoman who met the K-pop boy band, MYNAME singer, Gunwoo, in a business meeting. The duo got along and soon decided to tie the knot in 2013. The duo soon had an adorable baby boy, Youngjai Park. After their inter-cultural wedding, the couple lives in Gurgaon, Haryana, India and has established a consultancy firm there. The duo even runs a YouTube channel, Masala Kimchi Family, where they share daily updates with their fans.
Love knows no boundaries, which has yet again been proved by Anisha and Jinhee Kang's love story. The duo met at Seoul's cultural festival and became friends before falling madly in love with each other. Anisha is a Delhi-based entrepreneur, whereas Jinhee Kang is a member of the girl group, The Ark. In 2019, the duo got married following both Indian and Korean traditions.
Nisha, a Malayali from India, met Kpop idol, Jang Gyeong-Deok in Dubai's Burj Khalifa's Starbucks. The two bonded over their love for coffee and soon fell in love. Jang Gyeong-Deok is a member of the South Korean boy band, The Boss. The couple did not disclose much information about their wedding ceremony but soon shifted base to South Korea after their nuptials.
Jimin is a native resident of South Korea who met India's Shivangi for a project in association with Samsung. The two soon fell in love and had a big fat Indian wedding. The couple was so madly in love that they even learned each other's mother tongue to combat their language barrier. After the wedding, the duo shifted to South Korea and even ran an Instagram couple account named currynkimchi (When Curry Met Kimchi), where they regularly shared their love with their fans.
Love knows no boundaries, and these South Korean-Indian couples have proved it. Let us know your views on the same.