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[HanCinema's News] Shin Ki-hyun denies involvement with Jung Joon-young scandal

2019/04/05 | 1026 views | Permalink

Some persons of interest remain unnamed in the Jung Joon-young investigation. One such person, the movie actor Mr. Shin, is a pseudonym used for convenience and privacy. Speculation has centered around Shin Ki-hyun as a possibility for Mr. Shin's identity, based on videos from last year where he appeared with Jung Joon-young, Roy Kim, and others as part of an entourage.

After a deluge of comments on his Instagram, Shin Ki-hyun responded on his account strongly asserting that he is not the movie actor Mr. Shin. Shin Ki-hyun also addressed minor aspects of the rumor mill, like an alleged denial by his agency. In fact, Shin Ki-hyun does not currently have agency representation.

This is reflective of Shin Ki-hyun's very minor status as an actor. He has not even appeared in any movies. However, the title is a technical designation and may not in this case be literally accurate.

Written by William Schwartz

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