Kang Kyung Joon And Jang Shin Young Met On Set And Are Now Dating

By Joan MacDonald | August 07, 2013 11:51 AM EDT

Jang Shin Young
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Kang Kyun Joong
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Kdrama sets seem to be a good place for actors to fall in love. The latest couple to confirm their relationship after meeting on the set of a kdrama consists of actor Kang Kyung Joon and actress Jang Shin Young.

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The couple recently confirmed that they have been dating since March. They met on the set of the jTBC drama, "Thorn Flower," a daily drama, which ran for six months. Filming wrapped up on Aug. 1.

According to Kang Kyun Joong's agency K Star Entertainment, the two actors became friendly while playing leading roles on the drama. In "Thorn Flower," Jang Shin Young played Jun Se Mi, an innocent woman who is betrayed and then seeks revenge. Kang Kyun Joong played the drama's villain.

"It is true that they are in the beginning stages of their relationship. They became closer because of working together on the drama and developed romantic feelings for each other," said a representative of K Star Entertainment.

To read the article, visit kdramastars.com.

 

Tagged :  Jang Shin Young, Kang Kyung Joon

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