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Kim Beom and Oh Yeon-seo Break Up After 10 Months

2019/02/13 | 995 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Beom and Oh Yeon-seo ended their romantic relationship after 10 months of being together.

Kim Beom's agency King Kong By Starship and Oh Yeon-seo's agency Celltrion Entertainment officially admitted that they broke up and the reason remains private.

Previously, Kim Beom and Oh Yeon-seo, who is two years older than him, made their relationship official in March of last year. They apparently met through friends after "A Korean Odyssey" and developed a relationship. They also made their relationship official fifteen minutes after word got out.

Their relationship hit the news again a month later when Kim Beom had to join the army. However, due to a genetic illness, he served in public service and not active service. There didn't seem to be a problem between them even after he enlisted.

However, the couple came to an end at the end of last year while the news only just came out.

Meanwhile, Kim Beom debuted in 2006 and starred in several dramas such as "High Kick!", "Boys over Flowers", "That Winter, the Wind Blows", "Mrs. Cop 2", and more. His most recent work is "Detective K: Secret of the Living Dead".

Oh Yeon-seo debuted as a singer in 2002 and became an actress who starred in "My Husband Got a Family", "Oh Ja-ryeong is Coming", "Jang Bo-ri Is Here!" and "A Korean Odyssey".

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