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CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa-Girls' Generation Seohyun Lives in the Same Villa? Media Take a Closer Look...

By Staff Writer | April 10, 2013 02:33 PM EDT

CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa-Girls' Generation Seohyun Lives in the Same Villa? Media Take a Closer Look...
CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa-Girls' Generation Seohyun Lives in the Same Villa? Media Take a Closer Look... (Photo : d)

CNBLUE Jung Yong Hwa and Girls' Generation Seohyun recently played a role as a couple on the MBC show "We Got Married."

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After the show, many rumors were spread that the two were actually dating in real life as well.

Fans caught them wearing the same fashion items and accessories and that they lived in the same villa as well.

Other rumors spread that the two lived one floor apart from each other in the building as well.

Today, eNEWS reported that these rumors were actually false.

eNEWS stated that it was true that they did live in the same building but not one floor away from each other.

They revealed that Seohyun and her family moved into this house a year before Jung Yong Hwa and that they lived on the 4th floor while he lived on the first floor.

CNBLUE was also living all together on the first floor as a dormitory and not Jung Yong Hwa himself.

They also stated that the couple accessories were sent from fans who watched them when they played the fake couple role on the show.

Tagged :  CNBLUE, Jung Yong Hwa, Girls Generation, Seohyun, MBC, We Got Married

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