Lee Byung Hun Denies Marriage Rumor with Lee Min Jung "I Am Sorry to Lee Min Jung As Well"
By Staff Writer | August 14, 2012 03:20 PM EDT
Actor Lee Byung Hun denies the marriage rumors that have been going around since last Saturday.
However today, through a phone interview with OSEN, Lee Byung Hun's representative said, "He has to focus on 'Red 2' filming in London in the beginning of September", denying the marriage rumor. "I feel sorry for Lee Min Jung as well because of these rumors that keep going around."
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They continued, "There are schedules for 'Gwanghae' that will be releasing soon, and filming for 'Red 2' to do. There's no way he could be preparing for a wedding right now, he's too busy. If they really are a couple in a romantic way that means any friends in the media field is considered to be a couple. I don't know why these rumors keep going around."
There have been many rumors going around online about internet users having seen them go Hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) shopping, but it has been revealed to be false.
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