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Agency Confirms Seo In Guk and Park Bo Ram are Dating
Seo In Guk. allkpop.com
Thursday, 07 December, 2017 | 18:02 WIB
Agency Confirms Seo In Guk and Park Bo Ram are Dating

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The agency of Korean singer Seo In Guk, 30, yesterday confirmed that the actor of ‘Reply 1997’ and singer Park Bo Ram, 23, are dating.

The statement was issued after reports claimed the two singers are often seen together in the last few weeks. Rumor has it that they have been dating for a year and a half. In Guk’s agency BS Company has confirmed the report.

"It's true that Seo In Guk is dating Park Bo Ram," the agency says, adding, "We don't know the specific details."

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Meanwhile, Bo Ram’s agency CJ E & M commented on the news as saying: “We are looking into the rumors."

TV reports claimed that the celebrities are often seen together. They reportedly left from different locations and met at their usual hangout place. Seo In Guk showed great support for Bo Ram when her mother died in October, following the death of her father in 2010.

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Bo Ram reportedly also supported In Guk during a difficult time after he was exempt from the military. In Guk had joined the mandatory military service in March before leaving four days later due to a fractured ankle.

The couple was born out of a reality show Mnet “Superstar K”. In Guk joined the first season of the talent show in 2009 and won it, while Bo Ram starred the second season in 2010 and finished eight.

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