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Song Joong-ki rumors, "New girlfriend every time"

2016/04/04 | Permalink | Source

Song Joong-ki was mentioned in the Channel A TV show "Heard It Through the Grapevines".

Hong Jin-yeong said, "Song Joong-ki has had a new girlfriend in every movie or drama".

Moon Chae-won was mentioned as one of Song Joong-ki's "Girlfriends" from the drama "Nice Guy".

Song Joong-ki and Moon Chae-won were suspected of being in an affair because he would pat her head or hold her from the back or warm her hands with a hot pack.

However, the rumor disappeared when it became clear that Song Joong-ki and Moon Chae-won weren't seeing each other outside.

Song Joong-ki then met Park Bo-young in the movie "A Werewolf Boy". A rumor broke out between the two once again because Song Joong-ki went around saying things like "I want an affair with Park Bo-young" or "I want to hold hands with Park Bo-young".

However, the two claimed they were only just friends and then the rumor went away soon after.

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