In a fairy-tale moment, K-pop sensation Haein, a cherished member of the renowned girl group LABOUM, recently exchanged vows with her long-time partner in an enchanting private ceremony. The dreamy wedding, attended exclusively by family, close friends, and fellow group members, has become the talk of social media, with captivating images of the celebration going viral.
LABOUM’s Haein, known for her enchanting voice and captivating stage presence, stepped into a new chapter of her life as she tied the knot with her non-celebrity boyfriend in an intimate setting. Members of LABOUM, including Soyeon, Jinyea, and Solbin, added to the joyous occasion by performing a special wedding congratulatory song.
As the couple begins this exciting phase of their lives, fans flooded social media with messages of love and blessings. The shared photos depict a radiant Haein, her happiness evident as she gazes at her newly-wedded husband. Their love story, which started as a friendship when they were both 19, has now blossomed into a beautiful, committed relationship.
— Fi🌸 #SweetHome2 🏠🧟♂️ (@Fifi1700) November 26, 2023
In a series of announcements last October, Haein not only disclosed her engagement to her long-time partner but also revealed the delightful news of an upcoming addition to their family—a baby. The social media announcement showcased Haein’s radiant glow as she shared her pregnancy ahead of the wedding, further emphasizing the depth of their beautiful love story.
For those unfamiliar, LABOUM is a prominent South Korean girl group currently associated with Interpark Music Plus. Making their debut in 2014 under NH Media and Nega Network’s joint venture Global H, LABOUM has since captured hearts with their music.
The name LABOUM, derived from the French term meaning “The Party,” reflects the group’s vibrant and celebratory spirit. Their journey began with the release of their debut single album, Petit Macaron, on August 28, 2014, featuring the title track “Pit-A-Pat,” a song penned by Seo Ji-eum, known for hits like f(x)’s “Electric Shock” and TaeTiSeo’s “Twinkle,” and composed by Jung Jae-yeob.