H.O.T's Moon Hee Jun and Crayon Pop's Soyul's to honeymoon overseas

The duo will tie the knot in February 2017.

Crayon Pop's Soyul and H.O.T's Moon Hee Jun wedding
Crayon Pop's Soyul and H.O.T's Moon Hee Jun will get married in 2017 CrayonPop.me

Moon Hee Jun of H.O.T and Crayon Pop's Soyul has revealed their plans for their honeymoon. The duo will tie the knot in February 2017.

During an episode of Channel A's Singarella, Hee Jun dished about their trip. He said: "I understand if it was America, but I asked a flight attendant why I needed a passport for Hawaii. I found out Hawaii is part of America."

Moon Hee Jun continued: "I looked up overseas places we could fly to without a passport, but there were no tickets because it's a high-demand season. That's why I plan to go on my first ever overseas trip on my honeymoon."

The pair reportedly started dating in April, and after a lot of thought, took the decision to get married. A spokesperson from Hee Jun's agency stated: "The wedding will be held on February 12, 2017, and will take place at the Seoul Shilla Hotel. In order for the ceremony to run smoothly, the wedding will be a private one."

The representative added: "They have not yet decided on an officiator, a host, or a singer to celebrate the wedding."

During a taping of channel A's Singderella, Hee Jun opened up about the couple's romance. He said: "I first saw her at a music program recording during my 2013 comeback. I saw her in a school uniform and mistook her for a fan of someone else. It was only when I saw her singing on stage that I knew she was a singer."

Hee Jun continued: "I remember the moment I fell in love. It was when I was struggling with my diet. She went out of her way to bring this heavy box to me that was filled with ten 1.5-liter bottles of burdock tea, which she had brewed and prepared herself. Seeing her sweating bullets on that hot summer day [to bring me the tea], everything around her seemed to become fuzzy."

Hee Jun shared his hopes to be a good husband: "I want to love her for the rest of my life."