South Korean actors Park Shin-hye and Choi Tae-joon have been blessed with their first child, a baby boy. The popular K-drama stars, who tied the knot in January earlier this year, announced they were entering a new phase in their lives on Tuesday. The couple is represented by the talent agency SALT Entertainment and it confirmed the good news in a statement. In a report posted by Korean media outlet Koreaboo, SALT Entertainment in its statement said that Park had given birth to her first child in a medical facility in South Korea's capital Seoul. It further went on to extend its gratitude to fans for their support and wished to the actors.

SALT Entertainment's statement read, "Actress Park Shin Hye gave birth to a healthy boy today at a hospital in Seoul. Currently, both Park Shin Hye and the baby boy are in good health and they are resting well with Choi Tae Joon and their family and friends." It further added, "We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all of the people who have sent their congratulations and please continue to send your blessings and support to Park Shin Hye, Choi Tae Joon, and their baby boy." Fans have been congratulating and sending in their wishes and love to the couple in the comments section of their previous posts on Instagram. 

Park Shin Hye is best known among fans for her appearances in K-drama shows like The Doctors and The Heirs, including starring in films like The Call and The Royal Tailor. She began dating Choi in late 2017, who is known for starring in the show Suspicious Partner. The couple jointly announced their marriage and pregnancy in November 2021 via letters on their individual fan cafes. Park and Choi got hitched on January 22, 2022, in the presence of close friends and family members in an intimate wedding ceremony at a church in Seoul.