Kim Tae Hee-Rain Scandal, "We Dated Secretly From Our Agencies"
By Staff Writer | January 01, 2013 11:58 AM EST
A picture taken of Kim Tae Hee and Rain on a date was released on January 1st of 2013, surrounding them with scandals.
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In the pictures, Kim Tae Hee and Rain are covered from head to toe, meeting each other. The two met when they filmed for a commercial in October of 2011, and it has been revealed that they started talking more in March of this year when Rain went into the army, and they have been dating for the last 3 months.
As 3 months is a short time, Kim Tae Hee and Rain's agencies revealed that they did not know about this relationship, and only knew them to be close friends.
The agencies denied the fact at first. Kim Tae Hee's agency said today, "The scandal is not true. She is currently focused on the drama she's filming, and she is not dating anyone." Rain's agency said, "I haven't heard anything about that."
Internet users who saw this commented, "This is so epic," "They got caught by the paparazzi," "They don't really look that good together," "It's hard to date someone in the army," etc.
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