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Jung Ga-eun makes a statement regarding scandal

2013/09/10 | Permalink | Source

Netizens are curious about Bae Ho-geun.

Bae Ho-geun was born in the year 1977 and debuted through the movie "Bravo My Life - 2007". He's 186cm tall, good looking and starred in movies, "My Father", "Haeundae", "Heartbeat", "You Pet" and more. He recently starred in "The Hero" and is looking towards a comeback.

According to Jung Ga-eun, the two of them met on a TV show and became friends.

Jung Ga-eun's agency claims, "She ran into Bae Ho-geun when she went to the movie premiere of "The Hero" to support Hwang In-young, a good friend of hers".

"They are not in a relationship mode but just developing feelings for each other".

Previously, a media source reported that Jung Ga-eun and Bae Ho-geun had become a couple.

Netizens say, "It's quite sad that she reacted right away", "Is she standing by to watch him?", "I wish they'd become a couple soon", "It better be true and not a lie" and more.

Source : mbn.mk.co.kr/pages/ne...

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