Dara's Boyfriend In 'Come Back Home' Spotted In Neon Bunny Music Video: YG And SM Love Between 2NE1 And Super Junior!
By Robert Kuang | March 31, 2014 11:44 AM EDT
It's rare for YG's 2NE1 and SM Entertainment acts to cross paths, but this week has been a week of crossovers for one particular 2NE1 member—Dara.
As fans will remember, Dara is the dramatic actress in 2NE1's latest music video "Come Back Home." In the music video, she plays the saddened lover of a man who is addicted to virtual reality.
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Coincidentally, the actor who plays Dara's boyfriend in "Come Back Home" can also be seen in a recent music video by indie K-pop artist Neon Bunny.
"Please don't get mad at me 2NE1 fans," says Neon Bunny on the Eat Your Kimchi YouTube channel. "The guy from my video caused quite a scandal so I'm setting the record straight."
"I didn't steal Sandara's boyfriend. He is the video director's brother, who happens to be an actor. Please don't get mad at me."
But Dara's "boyfriend" is not the only thing the 2NE1 member is stirring up on the Internet.
Recently, a photo from Dara's Twitter page showed the singer holding 2NE1's latest album "Crush" alongside Super Junior member Donghae.
"It's been a really long time, but with Donghae, my friend of 10 years," writes Dara. "It was so nice to see you. I will look forward to more good performances from you in the future! Fighting."
It's rare that YG and SM show their mutual love for members of the opposite company, so Dara sure knows how to make Blackjacks smile!
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