Dancer Aiki revealed her love story with her husband.
In the MBC ‘Point of Omniscient Interfere’ broadcast on the 9th, dancer Aiki appeared and revealed her daily life for the first time.
On this day, Aiki greeted the camera with a modest waking up in the morning. As soon as I woke up, I saw herbal medicines, coffee and a note on the table and smiled, “What is this?” It was just what my husband had prepared for Aiki before he went to work.
In the studio, Yang Se-hyeong asked, “Is this not because of the broadcast?”, and Aiki replied, “I usually do it often.” Aiki, who has been married for 9 years, married a researcher from an engineering college 4 years older than her, and they have a daughter, Yeonwoo, who is a sophomore in elementary school.
Aiki found the note and called her husband. He said, “Oppa, are you doing well at work? But what is a ‘cookie’?” he asked, raising curiosity. Then he added, “Why did you write something you didn’t use?” On a note left by her husband, ‘Hyein (Aiki’s real name), fighting today. ‘cookies’.
When Song Eun-yi asked, “Is this the nickname you used before?” Aiki said, “When we first started dating, my husband called me Cookie and I called them Cream.”
Aiki then recalled her first meeting with her husband at the studio. He said, “I went on a blind date when I was in my 4th year of college. When we first met, I heard that he was a researcher from an engineering college, so it didn’t seem right. I didn’t like the first meeting,” he said.
She continued, “At the second meeting, my husband wore a street outfit and followed a club saying ‘I have a hobby’, but it was a skating club. I felt like, ‘This person has an interesting charm,’ and I got better from then on.”
Youngja Lee asked, “What kind of look did your husband say he liked about Aiki?” Aiki replied, “I heard that everything is good,” and made everyone laugh.
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