Gong Hyo Jin and Ryu Seung Bum Break Up After 10 Years of Dating
By Staff Writer | August 15, 2012 12:05 PM EDT
This past April marked actress Gong Hyo Jin and actor Ryu Seung Bum's 10th anniversary together. Today, they announced through their agency's on their break up.
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With an interview with one media company, Gong Hyo Jin stated, "We did not want to tell the people around us, but it's time to let go and focus on other things."
She continued, "We didn't have any problems like people thought we did. It was his birthday a few days ago and we were able to talk to one another with no problem."
When asked about the reason for their break up, she replied, "We just wanted a break from dating. We didn't fight and no one said 'let's break up' first. It just naturally ended up this way. We decided to just stay friends for now."
When asked about the scandal between her and Ha Jung Woo, she commented, "I hope that these misunderstandings stop happening."
Gong Hyo Jin and Ha Jung Woo plan to hold a press conference to clear up the issue on their scandal.
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