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Lee Ji-ah's position 'developed into relationship through letters and phone calls'

2011/04/21 | 1609 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Ji-ah spoke about her position with Seo Taiji from meeting him to goodbye.

Her management Key East conveyed on the night of the 21st through press that, "Lee Ji-ah left for America in 1993 and met Seo Taiji for the first time through a friend at a Korean Music event in LA".

They continued, "Lee Ji-ah resided in the States and Seo Taiji was active in Korea so they both exchanged letters and phone calls, developing into a relationship".

"After retiring, Seo Taiji went over to America in 1996 and the two got closer as he helped her adjust to the living environment in terms of language and such. They were continuously in love and had a marriage of their own in America in 1997. They then resided in Atlanta and Arizona".

They also added, "The unconfirmed news about children is completely untrue and the lawsuit that is going on right now isn't a divorce suit".

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