Gong Hyo Jin Reveals Reason to Break Up with Ryu Seung Bum?
By Staff Writer | August 16, 2012 03:45 PM EDT
Gong Hyo Jin revealed her reason for the break-up.
Actress Gong Hyo Jin revealed her feelings about the recent break-up with her boyfriend and actor Ryu Seung Bum.
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The agency of both actors Forest Entertainment announced yesterday that the two had broken up. Gong Hyo Jin said, "A couple who's dated around 10 years will probably know why we broke up. If I were to be more specific, I just want to rest from dating."
She continued, "It's not that there's a big problem between us two. A few days ago was Seung Bum's birthday, and we talked on the phone as if nothing was wrong. Of course the people around us see our relationship as weird too. But we've decided we want to stay as friends for now."
One representative from the agency said, "The two talked and contemplated for a long time to come to the decision of break-up."
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