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Moon Hee Jun to make first overseas trip with fiancee Soyul for honeymoon

By elliefilet   Wednesday, December 28, 2016   55,086   5,347   46



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Moon Hee Jun revealed he'll be making his first ever overseas trip with his fiancee Soyul.

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On the December 29th episode of Channel A's 'Singarella', Moon Hee Jun opened up about the couple's plans for their honeymoon. 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."

Congrats to the couple once again!
  1. Moon Hee Jun
  2. Soyul

3percenter Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Hopefully Soyul gets knocked up by someone else secretly... this dolt's low IQ DNA shouldn't even have a chance to enter the gene pool.

eager_beaver Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Why without a passport? He doesn't own one?

crazyft Wednesday, December 28, 2016

when are they getting married ? i want see their marriage pictures

IARMYGIRL93 crazyft Wednesday, December 28, 2016

I believe in february

DZico Wednesday, December 28, 2016

is it that hard to make passport in korea ?

bibi87 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

This whole statement made him look dumb more in only one way.

iciviuja Wednesday, December 28, 2016

maybe he actually means visa instead of passport...? otherwise i don't think it makes sense because passport is like your international id so of course you would need that wherever you go outside your home country..

unscrewedhorses Wednesday, December 28, 2016

"I found out Hawaii is part of America."  XDDD Oh my god.  I'll give him the benefit of the doubt and assume that outside of America that may not be common knowledge.

4Nia_Love unscrewedhorses Wednesday, December 28, 2016

You should ask most Americans what they know about other countries then ;) Hint: Nothing :)

3percenter 4Nia_Love Wednesday, December 28, 2016

True, and it is sad. But our political, military, economic power, language, technology, and culture is globally dominant, so it is far less of an imperative for most Americans to learn about other countries. But for Korea and other countries far smaller and far less influential, there is more of a need. A veteran 35+ (or however old he is) Korean entertainer not knowing that Hawaii is a US state is far more shocking and embarrassing than an American plumber not knowing that Jeju Island is part of South Korea.

Kevyy 3percenter Thursday, December 29, 2016

@3percenter why should everyone care about America? I sure don't...besides America is not so dominant military wise I heard Russia surpassed you. And Korea not influential? Lol Samsung,Hyundai are pretty big globally. Americans like you should realize the world does not revolve around your silly country. Most of you don't even know the difference between Chinese or Japanese they just call them a bunch of ching chongs.

unscrewedhorses Kevyy Thursday, December 29, 2016

Wow. this comment thread went from 0 to 60 real quick.

3percenter Kevyy Thursday, December 29, 2016

This website is American as well moron. You are here, so that's at least one influence. And unless you live in the jungle somewhere in the Amazon, then the US touches your ignorant life everyday. What country are you from, and I'll give you the list.

Kevyy 3percenter Thursday, December 29, 2016

American based but it's about Korea so again what are you whining about? Also this site attracts people because it's in English which is a global language you think people come here because it is American based lol? Nah man I've seen you comment I think you are just jealous because Soyul got herself a guy.

3percenter Kevyy Friday, December 30, 2016

The computer you are using to view this American website, the electricity that powers/charges it, the internet that allows you to view this site, and pop music itself... all invented and spread around the globe by America. These are just a few "minor" contributions from a list of thousands that define modern life around the globe courtesy of the "silly" global superpower who has no equal in global reach.

Kevyy 3percenter Friday, December 30, 2016

My electricity does not in any way has any connection to your almighty country there is too much water inbetween to pump it all the way to here. Pop originated in England and America itself originated from whole Europe...since you guy's wanted to be more free took some slaves and killed off the natives. Sure your country is all amazing shootings happening daily and the racism is off the charts.

3percenter Kevyy Friday, December 30, 2016

You still haven't mentioned your country... why? Ashamed?

3percenter Friday, December 30, 2016

Post the name of your country so we can compare accomplishments, world rankings, and the impact on the world that they each have.

Kevyy 3percenter Monday, January 9, 2017

Nah it's useless to have a conversation with you. The only thing people like you think about is to compare and probably bully others too whilst at it. It just bothers me why you think and some others of your country that everyone needs to know everything about your country.

4Nia_Love 3percenter Wednesday, January 11, 2017

And who created the USA? That's right, Europeans, Asians and Africans ;)

4Nia_Love 3percenter Wednesday, January 11, 2017

I'm from Norway btw. What do you want to compare?

3percenter 4Nia_Love Sunday, January 15, 2017

Norway's impact on the world versus the USA's... as if you can compare an ant hill with Mt. Everest. And Norway is a weak NATO member... meaning it derives its national security from US protection. Russia is hardly intimidated by Norway.

unscrewedhorses 3percenter Monday, January 16, 2017

Can you guys stop? I'm tired of getting notifications for this shit. No one cares, honestly.

4Nia_Love 3percenter Monday, January 16, 2017

He's funny tho. Norway and the rest of Europe created the US. He just can't see we are all the same :)

4Nia_Love 3percenter Monday, January 16, 2017

That comment was ofc to the guy commenting after you :)

4Nia_Love 3percenter Monday, January 16, 2017

You should check where your family migrated from too btw. Might open your narrow mind :)

4Nia_Love unscrewedhorses Monday, January 16, 2017

Yupp, stopping now :)

3percenter 4Nia_Love Monday, January 16, 2017

sorry unscrewed horses... you dipped your feet into it, now you gotta swim. 4Nia... the Europeans who left the Old Countries to settle in America over the past 410 years went because the US offered freedom and endless opportunity, unlike the Europe they left. What makes America great is our Constitution and our values of individual freedoms and opportunity through hard work. These settlers, from dozens of different countries, ethnicity, languages, and many faiths united to form the most prosperous and powerful nation that ever existed... all from scratch. We are not bound by ethnic loyalties like Korea. That is why millions of Americans of German ancestry (including General Eisenhower) didn't even hesitate for a millisecond to fight Germany in two world wars. Italian Americans didn't think twice about fighting Italy, and if allowed - Japanese Americans would have gladly killed Japanese. We don't give a crap where someone comes from as long as they want to become loyal Americans and assimilate.

unscrewedhorses 4Nia_Love Monday, January 16, 2017

Thank you! lol, All this "'Merica is better than everyone" bullshit has been driving me crazy. XD Disengage!

arigodl69 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

he is an idiot that is why he married a girl half his age

VitaminWell arigodl69 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

You're not making any sense

PopularK arigodl69 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

He is 13 years older than her. Once you are above the age of 20 I honestly don't think marrying someone older than you is that weird. She didn't marry a 60 year old man, she married a 38 yr old and she is 25. Perfectly acceptable and even if you don't accept it, it happened sooo...

NDJOON94 arigodl69 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Lolols.. don't say too soon about marrying a girl half his age. You'll never know that you will end up marrying a much more older person, twice your age in the future. Don't say that you won't marry one, remember karma will always come back to you slowly.

star123987 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

"i looked up overseas places we could fly to without a passport." he's... he's not fucking serious is he? just wow... i mean i can understand how he didn't know hawaii was apart of the United States (a lot of people forget hawaii and alaska are states), but seriously? of course you need a passport (or greencard, visa, etc.) to gain legal access to another country. What did he think he could do? Just fly overseas and run around as an illegal immigrant? just no. come on, heejun. please don't go into full retard mode. even if he's never traveled overseas before, it's just common sense. and esp. with at the age he's at? and the money and connections he's made? he's always had the opportunity to gain a proper education and develop his brain. or idk maybe he's just one of those celebs who just has their assistants and what not do everything for him.

PopularK star123987 Wednesday, December 28, 2016

There are some countries that you can travel to without a passport. Google it. Get that spicy knowledge fam.

star123987 PopularK Thursday, December 29, 2016

really? please inform me exactly which countries you're allowed to travel with, without a passport? Really, if you're so well informed about, please let me know. Such a fucking idiot. Do you even know the purpose of a passport? Passports are necessary by all countries in order to travel internationally so that you can prove your identity and nationality to the country you're traveling to in order for them to have a systemized way of accounting for everyone who enters and leaves their territory. The only instance you would not need a passport is if your country has a specific agreement with another (like how U.S. citizens under 16 can travel to Canada without a passport) or if a certain place is under your country's territory (such as Guam and Puerto Rico for U.S. citizens). Just wow, please do not tell me you are confusing passports with visas. Because that is the ONLY logical explanation I can think of for you to actually say that there are countries that'll allow you to enter and leave without a passport. If you live in a country besides the U.S. or South Korea that has some sort of special agreements with other countries, then cool my mistake. But those are just small, special EXCEPTIONS. You do need your passports when traveling internationally and you just sound fucking dumb. And please do not say "spicy knowledge." The fuck is that even. Just no.

Mygiwi star123987 Thursday, December 29, 2016

Nobody is an idiot here ! As a french an identity card is enough to travel in the European Union, even in all Europe ..... Even outside of Europe (Morocco, Tunisia, and Turkey or Egypt). Of course I can travel in french territories like Tahiti, New Caledonia... At the question " Do You need a passport to travel in other countries ?" My answer is "Not necessarily".

xyjz88 Mygiwi Thursday, December 29, 2016

apparently you are. i generally dont like butting into things, but what star123987 is saying is completely true and makes sense, as long as you can read and have the capacity to understand what someone is saying. which YOU obviously don't. like seriously? you literally just proved what star123987 was saying. You are a citizen of France, which is a member of the European Union and the European Economic Community. As such, the Freedom of Movement was created so that citizens who live in the European Union are allowed to move freely between EU countries. It was initially created for workers in order to help support the economies of the EU countries. However, this right has extended to others, but with different benefits and restrictions. Also France signed the Schengen Agreement, which abolished many internal borders within Europe, including some non-EU countries. Which star123987 mentioned: the only exceptions is if your country is apart of some sort of special agreement or if the country you want to travel to is under your country's territory. For the countries outside of Europe you are allowed to travel without your passport. Great. But yeah like star123987 said, those are small exceptions due to whatever agreements France has with those countries and their overall relations. I know that Turkey and France are big trading partners, so that might factor into why you wouldn't need ur passport to travel there. Come on, it's not THAT hard to use your brain. I don't even live in Europe and I know a lot more than you about your borders and all. You really are a fucking idiot by trying to disprove star123987 by only proving his/her point. lol.

belle76 Mygiwi Thursday, December 29, 2016

i second with the dude above. you do need your passport to travel to other countries. there might be exceptions due to your country's relations with another, but your country's exceptions doesn't make the importance and use of a passport invalid. Using France, which is apart of the European Union, isn't such a great analogy for countries like South Korea or the United States or what not lol. Your country is a bit special as it is apart of a political-economic union with an internal market. France is its own country, but it's apart of a bigger whole as well.

Mygiwi belle76 Thursday, December 29, 2016

I agree with You ! But can we call that an exception when it concerns almost one entire continent ?It was just an exemple for popularK and star123987.

belle76 Mygiwi Thursday, December 29, 2016

yes we can. 1st off, just wanted to say not every country in Europe is apart of the European Union, so it is not the entire continent. 2nd of all, it's not a good example and a big exception because the rest of the world doesn't have a union like the European Union, so it is not a normal thing to have free movement to other countries without a passport and/or travel documents like a visa. The European Union is in a way like a more complicated version of the United States. They're very different and yet, very similar. In VERY simple terms, just think of each member of the EU as a state in the European Union. You're apart of a bigger entity that has a unique unification that other continents don't have. And star123987 did say you need a passport minus the exception of agreements between countries (the European Union falling under that category) or if a place is under your country's territory. And he/she did mention that he/she was referring to South Korea and the United States since it seems that's where she/he is familiar with and Heejun is a citizen of South Korea. South Korea doesn't have any special agreements or unifications with another country. You need a passport to exit and enter the country.

belle76 Mygiwi Thursday, December 29, 2016

correction. I just found out there is a Union of South American Nations & the African Union. But 1 the African Union still requires citizens to have a passport when traveling within the continent. For South America, it is a bit similar to the EU in terms of traveling and you only need a valid ID. But again, EXCEPTION. Like the EU, each country is just apart of a bigger whole. Like how each American state is apart of the bigger whole of the United States. Traveling outside your country and it's agreements/unions requires a passport. I don't know why we're getting so technical here. But it's really not that hard to grasp the concept of a passport and how it IS needed whenever you travel internationally.

star123987 Mygiwi Thursday, December 29, 2016

god damn. I don't get how it's so hard to understand the importance and usage of a passport. It's common knowledge that you can't just go running around in a different country without legal documentations..aka.. a passport! I don't fucking understand what ur "example" is trying to prove towards me. I clearly stated you need a passport to travel out of country, UNLESS your country has an agreement with another (including unions within ur continent and if ur country is apart of it) or if a place apart of your of country's territory. All you did was provide an example for my point. Damn, belle76 and xyjz88 got it the first time. I don't get what's so hard to understand about my comments. If you can't comprehend what someone is saying to it's full capacity, just don't reply. Seriously a waste talking to people who just keep getting confused and don't know what they're fucking replying to.

Mygiwi xyjz88 Friday, December 30, 2016

I didn't want tout disprove star123987 It's why. I sais "as a french (as Eu citizen) : the exception noticed in is comment. On this point, il OK. He has right, It's an exception, and that's why I presised that. But I just answered at his question at the beginning of his comment.

Mygiwi star123987 Friday, December 30, 2016

I just wanted to say : Depending on where you come from, the number of countries where you can travel without a passport is different. I just took an example, mine. You're right about the exceptions. That is why I specified my nationality in my answer. I did not want to prove anything against you. "Without resentment." Sorry. For my spelling mistakes. This is not my native language, and seizures on smartphones are not perfect. 😀

Mygiwi xyjz88 Saturday, December 31, 2016

The professor of my ... who knows everything, what about the Schengen agreements here? You are ready to put anything in your comments. It seems that I do not understand what someone writes (about star123987). But I do not think it is the navel of the world, I also read what others write. Just someone (popularK) said "There are some countries that you can travel to without a passport." Star123 ... asked the question: "Really, if you're so informed, please let me know" (I do not add Not the insults). To this I reply that it is possible to travel in a list of countries that I name. Star 123987 excludes all exceptions (there are so many, so many exceptions (he says himself there are in the US) By excluding them all he will eventually be right. I understand that you come to defend him , You use his vocabulary ("fucking idiot", "prove" ..) And he who discovers by chance your com, who arrives after the war to say "oooh, I'm right because there are 2 com Against you "(with the same words as you) what a coincidence !! You are brothers or brother and sister No, it's just you who use 2 names, you're the idiot, you should have read it again. Fucking a liar and cheater, you did not have to hide yourself as someone who discovered my account by chance, while my com was not insulting.

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