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Jin Won - Park Min-ji, confirmed lovers

2008/05/29 Source

The rumors between Jin Won and Park Min-ji are true.

Jin Won's management company said in an interview, "It has been a year since they've dated. They were able to get closer while shooting a drama". They have appeared as a couple in "Super Mom", which ended last August.

According to the company, Jin Won tried to prevent the news from getting out. He was worried that Park Min-ji would have to face the consequences.

The company said, "Recently, after the rumor came out, I think they are enjoying their dates. Please help them to have a good relationship".

Park Min-ji received popular for the 2004 movie "Jenny, Juno"and "The Peter Pan Formula". Jin Won is starring in cable's Mnet drama "Five Men's Baby Angel".

Their relationship became under heat as Jin Won revealed a picture of an intimate picture of him and a girl whose face was in mosaic, and netizens claimed that the girl was Park Min-ji.

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