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Park Hae-jin furious about scandal with Park Shin-hye

2016/01/14 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Hae-jin is furious with the scandal which involves actress Park Shin-hye.

WM Company claims that the article was published only to get many views and was, in a way, a 'fishing article'. This not only insults Park Hae-jin but his fans as well.

"This is not something we just just overlook so it will be dealt with legally".

An article was published on the 12th saying that Park Hae-jin and Park Shin-hye were dating. Apparently, Park Shin-hye said, "Let's go to Seoul Forest tomorrow" on her Instagram and a picture of the two of them were posted after that.

Park Hae-jin's agency said, "The article and its title don't match and the contents of the article is from a netizen's post in 2008. The article is a complete fraud".

This all might've happened due to Park Hae-jin's high popularity. He is currently starring in the tvN drama "Cheese in the Trap" as Yoo Jeong.

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