SHINEe Onew and After School Jung Ah, Dating For A Year?
By Staff Writer | March 25, 2013 04:15 AM EDT
SHINEE Onew and After School Jung Ah has recently been photographed hanging out together in broad daylight. These photographs have led to speculations that the two are dating. Korean media is reporting from a source close to the couple that the two have been dating for one year now.
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After School Jung Ah is 30, while SHINEe Onew is 24. Their representatives admitted that they are close friends who often share a meal together, and hang out, but stopped short of confirming a relationship indeed exists. However, the 'close source' shares that in the rumored couple's one year of going out, they have made time to see each other even with busy schedules.
A while back SHINEe Onew picked After School Jung Ah as his ideal type, and both also have come out admitting having crushes on each other in separate occasions. These admissions, apparently, led the way for them to talk to each other and develop a friendship that eventually blossomed into a relationship. SM Entertainment has denied the issue saying that this has been a rumor for a while while Pledis kept it a bit more open saying they are currently finding out.
What do you think is the real deal?
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