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[Breaking] Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young are in a relationship

2011/08/22 | Permalink | Source

They are the 'real couple'. Lee Min-ho (24) and Park Min-young (25) from recent drama "City Hunter" developed into a real couple.

Lee Yoon-seong and Kim Na-na's love lead to Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young's real love. This happened after the drama in July. Their feelings for each other led to longing and they let their love grow in their busy realities.

The date scene Dispatch witnessed was nothing big. The two carefully met in a street pub in Seoul. This was the day Park Min-young returned from Hawaii for a photo shoot. They talked away 5 nights and 6 days worth of

Known as the 'new' hallyu stars, the two spent more time abroad than in the country. They met before and after their overseas schedules.

It was the same on the 8th when Lee Min-ho left for an advertisement. They met on the 7th to fill in 9 nights and 10 days of longing. The pattern continued on the 17th when he returned. The two enjoyed a drive with 2 take-out coffees.

How they managed to avoid eyes was based on their thoroughness. The street pub they went to have 'private' rooms, away from external eyes. They always moved separately. They had many drive dates. When getting coffee, it was only one person getting out of the car and getting the drinks.

Someone who knows the both of them very well said, "Lee Min-ho and Park Min-young didn't want an opened relationship. But hiding and dating is also not them. When meeting with each other in open areas, they always had friends around them".

According to someone close, their relationship development was thanks to the drama. Their official relationship has been about a month old. They already had feelings for each other through the drama. As much as they took up a big part, they had many overnight shoots. They discovered many things about each other while spending that much time together.

Lee Min-ho's soft charisma played a role in getting Park Min-young's attention. While collecting information, we could see that he always escorted her. Another friend said, "Lee Min-ho has great leadership. He has the qualities of a boss who leads people. To Park Min-young he is endlessly considerate. She doesn't have a choice but to fall for him".

The two people's managements are cautious. Lee Min-ho's management met with our papers and said, "The two developed feelings for each other through the drama. They are getting to know each other at this stage but we don't know how far their feelings have developed".

Park Min-young's management said, "They do have good feelings for each other. Right now they are getting to know each other as people and not actors. However, the relationship between a man and a woman is always careful. The management also can't know everything about its artists private life".

Lee Min-ho looks like he'll accelerate as a 'new Hallyu star" after "City Hunter". He is expanding his territory to Asia starting with fan meetings in Japan. Park Min-young will be in the drama "Glory Jane" soon.

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