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Lee Jung-jin "I got a handwritten letter from Kim Tae-hee"

2011/12/20 | Permalink | Source

Lee Jung-jin talked about the time he broke up with his girlfriend because of Kim Tae-hee.

On the SBS TV program "Kang Heart" on December 20th, Lee Jung-jin offered a warning about girlfriends' friends.

He said, "I was in the SBS drama "Love Story in Harvard" with Kim Tae-hee. She was so pretty that my girlfriend's friends were worried, but I just said she was pretty without thinking it through".

His honesty was the start of his misfortune. His girlfriend's friends started saying, "They say that once actors start working with Kim Tae-hee, they go crazy" and his girlfriend started to get suspicious.

Lee Jung-jin said, "I came back home from abroad and she opened my bag. She saw a letter that was from Kim Tae-hee in writing. It was nothing. It just said how happy she was to be able to work with me, and she gave a letter to Kim Rae-won as well, but I couldn't explain everything in detail so things fell apart with my girlfriend".

He continued, "What people say around you when you are in a relationship is important. Someone could get hurt because of thoughtless words, and what my girlfriend's friends said led to our break up".

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