- Some couples out there do experience love stories that seem to come out straight from a 'K-drama' series
- Just recently, a newly wedded couple trended on social media due to their "pang-MMK" love story
- In his online post, the groom recalled 'marrying' his bride back then in school at a marriage booth
- Fast forward to the present time, netizens could not help but swoon when the two eventually tied the knot in real life
A recently married couple has spread tons of 'kilig' vibes to netizens in the online community with their 'K-drama'-like love story.
In his online post, KAMI learned that Facebook user Roderick Palino Samodio uploaded photos of him and his bride back in the day.
The old photo they had was taken back when they were still students, getting 'married' at the famous 'marriage booth' commonly found in a school fair.
He then compared it with a recent photo of them, but this time around, at a proper wedding which was their own marriage ceremony.
"Pinilit ko lang magpakasal sa marriage booth NOON, asawa ko na NGAYON," Roderick wrote, prompting several netizens to react and leave a comment.
As of this writing, Roderick's viral post about him and his wife, Jean Aubrey Samodio, has earned over 14,000 reactions and 23, 000 shares on Facebook alone.
Read his post below:
The said online post also elicited several reactions from netizens who found their story super adorable. Here are some of them;
"Pag suki ka sa marriage booth, alam na this."
"Hinahanap ko na po yung lagi akong kinukuha sa booth."
"Yun lagi nanghuhuli sakin sa jail booth dati. Kung asan ka man, kasalanan mo pag hindi ako nakasal."
"Yung sakin legit 'to, ex-boyfriend ko kinasal kami sa ganyan marriage booth with singsing pa yun HAHAHA highs chool kami pero ayun sa iba kinasal ngayon."
As reported earlier by KAMI, one groom burst into a fit of laughter after his wife experienced a 'snot bubble' during their wedding vows.
Meanwhile, in a previous report, a video of a man who said the wrong line during their exchange of wedding vows has trended online.
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