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[HanCinema's News] Ku Hye-sun Leaves Entertainment Industry to Go Back to School

2019/09/02 | 1989 views | Permalink

On September 2nd persons close to Ku Hye-sun have confirmed that the actress has retired from the South Korean entertainment industry. She is currently planning to return to university. Ku Hye-sun entered Sungkyunkwan University back in 2011 with the intention of earning a graduate degree in the arts, but did not graduate from her program.

The news follows Ku Hye-sun posting a message on SNS on January 1st stating that in the run-up to the publication of her upcoming essay collection, 'I Am Your Companion Animal', she was giving her final greeting. Ku Hye-sun thanked her fans for their support over the years, saying that it was thanks to that support that she was able to arrive at her dreams. She wished for her fans to live happily and healthily, and said that she loved them.

The news comes as Ku Hye-sun is still in an ambiguous spot in regards to her husband, Ahn Jae-hyun. Ku Hye-sun reportedly still does not want a divorce.

Written by William Schwartz

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