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Ki Sung-Yueng proposes to Han Hye-jin?

2013/04/08 | 2763 views | Permalink | Source

Soccer star Ki Sung-Yueng revealed pictures of a candle lit event he prepared for her and the media is talking about marriage once again.

Ki Sung-Yueng posted a picture of candles lit in the shape of a heart with his girlfriend Han Hye-jin's initials 'HJ' next to it on his Kakao Story. This account is only meant for friends and family and therefore people speculate that he must've proposed to her.

As soon as they acknowledged their relationship last month, rumors about them getting married came up and a media even reported that their families have met and are getting prepared.

Han Hye-jin posted on her Twitter, "We have not made promises about anything. We thought a lot about this relationship beforehand but we haven't discussed the details. If we ever to talk about marriage, you will hear it from us".

However the rumors still go around and the picture just happen to add to the speculation.

Source : news.sportsseoul.com/...

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