The couple are set to be married next year in January.
According to some reports, the police suspect it to be a case of suicide.
"I did a few tests, and my baby's heart is not beating, so I had to say goodbye."
The live coverage of this cheekily interrupted interview went viral. But scratch beneath the surface and you'll open a can of parenting worms.
It's not easy for pregnant mums to ride the trains, especially if the train is packed and there's no place to sit down. South Korea has developed an interesting technology to address that issue.
This is particularly troublesome because it poses a serious threat to the economy: it means increased welfare and health spending but fewer workers.
Follow the Big Hands Small Hands family as they travel across the globe with two children under the age of give. First stop, Incheon, South Korea.