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'Cheese in the Trap' actress Park Min-ji and Thornapple vocalist Yoon Sung-hyun are dating

2016/03/18 | 1499 views | Permalink | Source

"Cheese in the Trap' actress Park Min-ji, 28, is dating indie band Thornapple's vocalist, Yoon Sung-hyun, 31.

A source told TV Report on March 18th, "Park Min-ji and Yoon Sung-hyun have been dating for over a year".

Park Min-ji and Yoon Sung-hyeon met through mutual friends. They have kept their love strong until now. It is known that the two have not been hiding their relationship to their friends.

Park Min-ji born in 1989 has been showing various transformations as an actress through her roles in movies, 'Jenny, Juno' 'The Peter Pan Formula' "A Man and A Woman", as well as dramas including 'Birth of a Rich Man', 'The Wedding Scheme', "When A Man's in Love", 'God's Quiz Season 4' and more. She received much love from fans for her role in the recently finished hit drama "Cheese in the Trap".

The members of Thornapple are vocalist Yoon Sung-hyeon, drummer Bang Yosep, bassist Sim Jae-hyeon. Thanks to the strong vocal by Yoon Sung-hyeon and the great session players, the band boasts top ticket sales among indie bands performing in Hongdae area. They debuted with their first album, 'I keep stuttering and forgot how to fall asleep, 2010. The band received the Super Discovery Top Excellence Award at the 2013 KT&G Band Discovery.

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