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'Blood' actress Son Soo-hyeon and director Lee Hae-joon are in rumored relationship, agency is in the middle of checking facts

2015/04/22 | 2493 views | Permalink | Source

The agency for actress Son Soo-hyeon, 27, has said they are in the middle of checking facts, while the actress is rumored to be in relationship with director Lee Hae-joon, 41.

In the morning on April 23rd, a staff from Son Soo-hyeon's agency Creative Kkot said, "We've encountered the news Son Soo-hyeon is in relationship with director Lee Hae-joon. We are in the middle of checking facts with Son Soo-hyeon".

The source said, "This is the first time for us to hear Son Soo-hyeon is in relationship with director Lee Hae-joon or has been dating with him" and "We will make an official announcement after checking facts".

On this day, a media has reported Son Soo-hyeon has been in relationship with director Lee Hae-joon for the last two months.

Son Soo-hyeon debuted through the music video, Daesung's 'Utautai no ballad', 2013. She later appeared movies "MAD SAD BAD", "The Office", and 'Take Out'. She also starred in KBS 2TV's drama, "Blood" as Min Ga-yeon, which completed on April 21st recently.

Director Lee Hae-joon debuted with movie "Like A Virgin", 2006 and took in charge of directing and screen play for 'Castaway on the Moon', and 'My Dictator'.

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