Kiwi golfing superstar Lydia Ko marries Full wedding pictures

Kiwi golfing superstar Lydia Ko marries Full wedding pictures
Lydia Ko and Chung Jun got married at Myeongdong Cathedral in central Seoul. Photo / Supplied
Kiwi golf superstar and women’s world No. 1 Lydia Ko has tied the knot with her fiancé Chung Jun in South Korea.
Ko was all smiles as she walked down the aisle at Seoul’s Myeongdong Cathedral dressed in a white lace gown with a long train and veil.

Her new husband, her boyfriend of two years, is the son of Hyundai Card vice-chairman Chung Tae. Hyundai Card is a credit card company under the Hyundai Motor Group.

In March, Ko’s coach Sean Foley told NZME the golfer was “madly in love”.

Foley said, “her boyfriend is a lovely kid, he’s like a world-class guy, I couldn’t be happier for her.

“I think that some of her great play may come from the fact that there are two things now and her identity is not solely collected to her playing golf,” he said.

Ko revealed she popped the question first when the couple was engaged, using a golf theme to ask her then-boyfriend to marry her.

“It’s very complicated. I proposed to him as well and then he proposed to me. I was like ‘why is it that the guy has got to propose?’,” Ko told NZME in October.

“I did it very golf-like. I wrote on golf balls ‘will you marry me?’.”

Lydia Ko and Chung Jun got married at Myeongdong Cathedral in central Seoul. Photo / Supplied

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