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Kim Joo-hyuk mentions Kim Ji-soo "Open relationship for 6 years"

2011/09/28 | 873 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Joo-hyuk expressed his thoughts about public relationships.

He appeared in the MBC TV program "Hwang Geumeo Jang" and said, "We can't say that public relationships are a 100% loss".

He said, "It's alright if someone is comfortable with opening up about their relationship but do we really need to do that?" saying it wasn't good for everyone to be watching.

"If anyone has a fight, they have to pretend like they didn't in front of people. Am I the one in this relationship or is this just another part of work? A guy and a girl can break up but this makes us feel like we have done something extremely wrong. It's so funny that we have to discuss the breaking up matter with the company".

When he was asked if he had a bad experience with public relationships, he said, "At the most important time, the time for marriage, I didn't know it was going to be like this but I am very sorry for missing that time".

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