‘Dongchimi’ Bae Do-hwan “Trauma for two years due to the stigma of a divorced man”

[Reporter Jin Hyang-hee on the Daily Economy Star Today]

Bae Do-hwan complained of unfairness about the ticket for the divorced man.

On MBN’s “Dongchimi,” which aired on the 17th, we talked under the theme of “Honey! Do you think remarriage is easy?”

On this day, Bae Do-hwan said, “It is so unfair that others are divorced,” stressing that he broke up without using each room and registering his marriage from the beginning of his honeymoon.

He said, “It’s not like marriage. But people say I am a divorced man. The trauma lasted two years. “People felt sorry for me,” he said.

Bae Do-hwan used each room after three days of marriage, and separated after 40 days. Several broadcasts have announced that they broke up after three months.

Bae Do-hwan asked, “Am I married or remarried?” and Yang So-young, a lawyer, explained, “There is a case in which the marriage was not established if I did not live properly for a few months after the wedding, so I asked to return the gift at all.”

“There is a precedent in which even a year or so is considered to have not been married,” he said. “Even if it’s not even a few days ago, I’m legally a bachelor because I don’t have a marriage.”

Bae had a wedding ceremony in June 2002, but his separation began in mid-July and eventually broke up in September of the same year.

Earlier, Bae Do-hwan appeared on MBN’s “Voice Trot” and publicly asked for a suit, saying, “I want to meet my partner before it’s too late.”


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