Korean actor Ji Sung and actress Lee Bo-young have denied wedding bells are in the air, downplaying rumors from earlier today which said that the two are set to tie the knot next month.
On Thursday, both Ji Sung and Lee’s agency told 10Asia in a phone interview that “there are no plans for a wedding in June and the rumor is not true that the couple shot wedding photos as well.”
A rep with Ji Sung’s agency, Namoo Actors, said, “We will make an official announcement if the two make any marriage plans.”
Early this morning, a local media report broke the news that the two stars were set to get married in June and recently shot photographs for their wedding.
Ji Sung and Lee met as co-stars through SBS TV series “Save the Last Dance for Me” in 2004. The two admitted their romantic relationship in 2007.
Ji Sung, whose real name is Kwak Tae-gun, made his acting debut in 1999 and has since starred in a number of series such as “Kaist (SBS, 1999),” “All In (SBS, 2003),” “Royal Family (MBC, 2011)” and recently in “Protect the Boss” (SBS, 2011) and in films “Whistling Princess” (2002) and “Blood Rain” (2005).
Lee began her career as a model and was also the face of Asiana Airlines in 2000. She later expanded her to acting in 2003. Her filmography includes the hit TV series “Seodongyo (SBS, 2005),” films “A Dirty Carnival (2006) and “Once Upon a Time (2008) for which she won the best new actress award at the 44th Baeksang Awards.
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