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Han Chae-ah "I've stepped down from a drama because of my boyfriend"

2011/01/05 | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Chae-ah revealed she couldn't star in a drama because of her boyfriend.

In the recent KBS entertainment program "Happy Together 3" she claimed her company takes extreme care when it comes to dating someone.

The MCs asked if there was a reason why, and she confessed that she is the type to fall completely into someone she likes and it can even affect her work.

"Once I cried everyday because my boyfriend went to service in the army and I was told to step down from the drama from the director". She confessed.

She continued and surprised everybody, "At that time, I was happier about the fact that I could spend more time with my boyfriend than sad about losing work".

In this episode of "Happy Together" Han Chae-ah and the cast of new weekend drama "Believe in Love", Park Joo-mi, Lee Jae-ryong and Moon Jung-hee made an appearance.

Show starts at 11:15PM on the 6th.

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