Harisu, transsexuelle Film- und Popqueen aus Korea hat geheiratet

Harisu was born Lee Kyung-yup in Seongnam, near Seoul. In 1997-98, she moved to Japan, where she had male to female sex reassignment surgery and began studying to become a hairdresser. It was while singing in Japanese clubs that she got her first break, being recruited by an agent in 1999.

In 2001 she adopted the stage name Harisu, just before featuring in an advertisement for Korean cosmetics company DoDo. It turned out to be a huge success and ended up launching her career. Since then, Harisu has branched out into music and acting, among other fields.

She has recorded five solo musical albums, switching between techno music and rhythm and blues. In 2001, she starred in the film Yellow Hair 2, for which she also recorded the soundtrack. Harisu has also had brief forays into other areas — having danced in a video clip for the group 'Turbo', as well as having written a book/photoessay about herself in 2001.

On December 12, 2002, the Inchon District Court recognized her as legally female, and she changed her name from Lee Kyung-yup to Lee Kyung-eun.

Harisu married boyfriend Micky Chung in an upmarket hotel in Seoul on May 19, 2007. The couple are due to celebrate their honeymoon on the Thai island of Ko Samui. (wiki)

Und auf Harisus offiziellen Webseite gibts sogar schon Fotos von dem glücklichen Paar

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