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[HanCinema's News] Park Hyuk-kwon and Jo Soo-hyang's Relationship Status Still Unconfirmed

2019/07/22 | 1344 views | Permalink

Back in March Ilgan Sports published a story alleging that actors Park Hyuk-kwon of "The Nokdu Flower" and Jo Soo-hyang of the upcoming drama "The Tale of Nokdu" were in a relationship. The source claimed that the two have introverted personalities, but that they were a natural match for each other once they started talking.

The news was surprising, as there was no obvious avenue by which the two could have even met each other, and also there is a twenty year age gap between the couple. The agencies behind the two neither confirmed nor denied the rumor, claiming to be investigating.

To this day no better evidence has been offered to support the claim, though evidence contradicting it has not arisen either. The question has come up at promotional events for "The Nokdu Flower", but in all cases relevant persons have simply refused to answer the query, stating that only drama relevant material would be discussed.

Written by William Schwartz

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