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Director Lee Hyun-seung "Kim Hye-soo and Yoo Hae-jin not split up, they will maintain relationship"

2011/04/04 | 2495 views | Permalink | Source

Director Lee Hyun-seung sent his consoles to actress Kim Hye-soo and actor Yoo Hae-jin who is suffering from a break up.

He put up on his Twitter, "They haven't split up. They have just created a word in life between them like a bamboo".

He continued, "Their relationship will continue because they know they are good for each other. A good friend is just as good as a good lover".

Kim Hye-soo and Yoo Hae-jin officially announced their break up on the 4th through their managements.

They first met in the 2001 movie "Kick the Moon" and starred together in movie "Tazza: The High Rollers" in 2006. They officially announced their relationship January last year.

However, rumors of their break up got bigger as Yoo Hae-jin didn't speak much of her at a movie scene and in the end they split up after 3 years.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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