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Kim Yoo-jung's agency, "She was there just to watch soccer game with B1A4 Baro and along with Seo Shin-ae"

2015/05/01 | 2370 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Yoo-jung's agency explained she went to watch a soccer game with B1A4 Baro and Seo Shin-ae together.

On May 1st, Kim Yoo-jung's agency told to a media, "Kim Yoo-jung went to watch a soccer game with Baro as well as along with Seo Shin-ae".

The agency also explained, "Seo Shin-ae is a friend of soccer player Lee Seongwoo's. She was invited to the game. So she asked Kim Yoo-jung to accompany her. Baro, who likes soccer games, went together".

"Mothers dropped off Seo Shin-ae and Kim Yoo-jung at the stadium by their mothers. While Seo Shin-ae left her seat momentarily to greet Lee Seongwoo's brother, they were spotted by the camera at the moment. It looked like only the two came to the game, which was a surprise for many people" said the agency.

Prior to the explanation by the agency, SBS broadcast the soccer game '2015 Suwon JS Cup U-18 International youth soccer" live. And Kim Yoo-jung and the camera at the stadium captured Kim Yoo-jung and B1A4 Baro sitting next to each other in the stands .

The two are currently co-starring in MBC's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Angry Mom".

Source : topstarnews.net/detai...

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