Taecyeon in rumoured pairing with Taiwanese singer Wu Ying Jie for 'We Got Married'

1 February 2013 / 3 years 8 months ago

According to Allkpop, 2Pm's Taecyeon is said to be in talks for a ‘˜world version’ of the popular faux-marriage variety program 'We Got Married', and now there is word on who hispartner may be if the idol does indeed star in the show.According to a report, an insider from the Taiwanese entertainment industry revealed, "Wu Ying Jie (stage name: Gui Gui) has been confirmed to appear as Taeycyeon's on-screenwife on 'We Got Married-World Version'... The contract has already been completed and she is waiting for filming dates."Wu Ying Jie, who is also known as Gui Gui, is a Taiwanese singer and actress, who debuted as part of the idol group 'Hey Girl'. Since then, she has been active in the entertainmentindustry taking on acting roles as well as MC roles. She is also said to speak three languages including her native language as well as Japanese and English.Regarding the report, JYP Entertainment told one media outlet: “Taecyeon is still not confirmed for the ‘˜world version’ of ‘˜We Got Married’. He is still looking over the offer‘¦MBC has not revealed any information to us, so we don’t know anything [regarding his rumored partner]. As of now, Taecyeon is still looking over it.‘To another source, they commented, “Several stars are in consideration to become Taecyeon’s partner. Wu Ying Jie is one of them, but nothing is certain‘¦. Everything willprobably be confirmed next week.‘As mentioned before, the ‘˜world version’ of the show will star two couples with one member of each couple being from Korea, and the other member being from overseas.Once filming is completed, the show is planned to be broadcast in many countries, but whether it will be broadcast in Korea as well, is unknown at the moment.In related news, KARA‘˜s Nicole is said to be the other idol in consideration for the same ‘˜world version’ of ‘˜We Got Married’ and is currently in discussion about taking on the offer.

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