Stop me if this sounds familiar, but ‘Hana Yori Dango‘ couple Matsumoto Jun and Inoue Mao marriage rumors are swirling once again, this time putting their marriage date in late-2015 after they were supposed to get married in late-2014 after they were supposed to announce their engagement in late-2014.Only after reading the actual articles did it become clear that the latest marriage watch is not rehashing last year’s gossip but new indications that the 9-year and going unofficial couple was ready to make it legal.Setting aside their top star status, just by doing Hana Yori Dango together and becoming a public darling onscreen couple makes the fan and media eagerness for them to go public soon very understandable.Last year’s wedding chatter was on Inoue Mao wanting to get married before she started the year long filming for the 2015 Taiga Hana Moyu (花燃ゆ Burning Flower), but reportedly the schedule didn’t work out and Matsu Jun’s agency Johnny & Associates was still having heartburn with him getting married while Arashi remains the top male idol group in Japan even 15 years in.Wedding watch was reignited last month when sources from the set of Hana Moyu revealed Inoue Mao is openly discussing plans for her wedding after the Taiga wraps at the end of September, wanting to wear a traditional Japanese wedding kimono rather than a white wedding dress.
Jun Matsumoto is straight and is one of the manliest men in the world. Scroll down and check out his athletic body, short and/or medium dark brown hairstyles & haircuts. It initially comes from the Japanese manga Hana Yori Dango, that was published from 1992 to 2002.This story may be called cliché but since the manga is an old manga, I’ll dare to say it was one of the first stories of its genre.
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