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'SBS Drama Awards' Han Ye-seul expresses her affection for her boyfriend 'Teddy' "Let's love each other even more in 2015"

2014/12/31 | 3306 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Ye-seul expressed her affection towards her lover, 'Teddy'.

Han Ye-seul was awarded the Excellence Award for Actress in mid-length dramas from the 2014 SBS Drama Awards, which took place in COEX Convention Center, Seoul on December 31st.

Han Ye-seul went up to the stage and said "I'm not quite sure when I would ever become to be proud of my own acting. But it's always a great feeling to receive an award. It's my problem sometimes actions don't follow my ambition. However, I'll continue to be ambitious to become better". She also thanked the staff members of the production, her family and agency.

Han Ye-seul made a special comment at the end saying "Lastly I want to say I love you to my dear and loving boyfriend, 'Teddy'. We were in so much love this year and let's love each other even more next year. Mmuah" and she pouted her lips, which created the romantic vibe in the crowd.

Han Ye-seul and 'Teddy' started dating since last May and has been in relationship since then.

Han Ye-seul came back to the TV screen with her role in SBS weekend drama, 'Birth of a Beauty' in 3 years. 'Teddy' debuted as a member of hip hop group 1TYM in 1998 and is currently a producer for YG Entertainment.

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