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Kim Min-jong and So Yoo-jin "Traveling in Jejudo... not in a relationship"

2011/08/08 | 2132 views | Permalink | Source

Singer Kim Min-jong and actress So Yoo-jin are known to have been traveling in Jejudo together but they claim they aren't in a relationship.

Many tourists witnessed the two eating raw fish in a famous tourism spot in Jejudo on the 4th.

However, many say they didn't care about their surrounding and just enjoyed their meal. They also didn't wear any sunglasses or hats that many stars use to cover up who they are.

According to the tourists, So Yoo-jin finished her meal and even signed autographs for her fans. She also requested that they didn't upload pictures onto blogs or online sites as she was there to relax.

This brings about more curiosity as the two weren't there on official business as well.

Kim Min-jong's management claims, "They are close friends and they might've gone to Jejudo for business reasons. They also work together on a charity work team".

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