Ji Hyun Woo, After Confessing To Yoo In Na, Turns MIA
By Staff Writer | June 10, 2012 05:32 PM EDT
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Ji Hyun Woo's agency Paramount Music stated, "We can't reach him, his phone has been off for the past 3 days."
Ji Hyun Woo has been causing a lot of chaos in the entertainment industry with his surprise confession to Yoo In Na on June 7 at the fan meeting of their drama ‘Queen In Hyun's Man.’ After his confession he has been MIA for the past 3 days.
Ji Hyun Woo's agency explained, "He announced of his military call on June 8th and he is probably a bit overwhelmed with everything that is happening. When we can reach him again we will make a brief statement on it."
Another source replied, "Ji Hyun Woo was probably too into the filming of the drama and is probably feeling strange now that the drama is over."
Ji Hyun Woo's public confession was something his agency was not aware of beforehand either.
From Yoo In Na's agency point of view, they feel that this is a personal subject and that it's hard to say anything about it.
Ji Hyun Woo will be off to the army on July 3.
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