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[HanCinema's News] Song Hye-kyo's Statements in Hong Kong Take on Belated Significance

2019/07/23 | 6664 views | Permalink

Following the surprising speed with which Song Hye-kyo and Song Joong-ki completed their formal divorce yesterday, more attention is being paid to an interview Song Hye-kyo recently gave in Hong Kong. In the interview Song Hye-kyo states, among other things, that she needs time to herself.

In the interview Song Hye-kyo places a strong emphasis on destiny, stating that recent events in her life have felt beyond her control and effort. However, Song Hye-kyo also rather confusingly stated that this was perhaps not a matter of fate. In any case Song Hye-kyo did specifically emphasize that she needed personal time off this year.

Song Hye-kyo went on to state that, should the situation not be too unreasonable, she planned to take on a new project next year. However, she has made no concrete decisions, so this is just something to be watched out for.

Written by William Schwartz

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