Watch This Week’s ‘We Got Married’ Couple Gong Seung Yeon and Jonghyun
D-Bo, May 17, 2015, 4:38 p.m.
On this week’s episode of the hit variety show We Got Married, celebrity virtual couple Gong Seung Yeon and Lee Jonghyun met with Gong Seung Yeon’s father and faced some pretty embarrassing questions. Jonghyun wasn't able to stop his praises for Gong Seung Yeon even in front of her dad, and the CNBLUE member went on and on about how beautiful his onscreen wife is. Referring to past episodes of 'We Got Married', Mr. Gong commented on how Jonghyun had a hard time holding his daughter's hand. Jonghyun responded, "I hold her hand easily now," showing more confidence.
Mr. Gong suddenly shocked the couple by asking, "You had a hard time holding her hand. Did you kiss her yet? I'm curious whether you two have kissed yet." Gong Seung Yeon said during her solo interview, "My dad is usually very conservative, so I was surprised he said that. I guess my dad liked Jonghyun," while Jonghyun stated, "After hearing what my father-in-law had to say, I'll be more forward in the future."
Gong Seung Yeon is a South Korean actress. She first trained as a singer under SM Entertainment after winning the "Best Looks" portion of the SM Teen Best Contest.
Shortly after making her entertainment debut in a commercial for feminine hygiene product White (Yuhan-Kimberly) in 2012, Gong began appearing in small roles in television dramas. In 2015, the relative newcomer drew mainstream notice when she joined the fourth season of the Korean reality show We Got Married, where she was paired with singer-actor Lee Jong-hyun
Lee Jonghyun is a South Korean guitarist, musician, singer, songwriter and actor. He is the lead guitarist and vocalist of South Korean rock band CNBLUE.
He made his acting debut in an omnibus movie Acoustic in 2010, followed by his television debut in the Korean drama A Gentleman's Dignity in 2012. In 2015, he plays as Han Shi-hoo in KBS drama Orange Marmalade and also stars in reality show We Got Married.
We Got Married is a South Korean reality variety show, one segment of the Sunday Sunday Night program. First broadcast in 2008, the show pairs up Korean celebrities to show what life would be like if they were married. Each week, couples have assigned missions to complete, with candid interviews of the participants to reveal their thoughts and feelings.