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Lee Min-ho and Suzy, "We're still together"

2016/02/11 | Permalink | Source

Lee Min-ho and Suzy have been together for about a year now and despite their busy schedules, they still have much affection for each other.

The two officially announced their relationship a year ago and even China was wild about the issue. The couple then went through false news about having broken up around March. They denied it but that didn't stop speculations about them.

However, they have still been seeing each other. Suzy was seen talking about Lee Min-ho last year in an interview during her movie promotions for "The Sound of a Flower".

Still, certain people still suspected that they weren't really together anymore and word of their break up came back out once again. A close friend of theirs claimed, "They know what the public are thinking and they are just laughing over it".

Meanwhile, Lee Min-ho has finished filming the Korean-Chinese movie "Bounty Hunters" and is on a fan meeting tour overseas. Suzy is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Uncontrollably Fond" with Kim Woo-bin.

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