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Management of Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi Denies Marriage Rumor
Gong Yoo in one of the scenes of Goblin drama series. dramafever.com
Wednesday, 10 January, 2018 | 15:04 WIB
Management of Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi Denies Marriage Rumor

TEMPO.CO, Seoul - The management that represents Gong Yoo and Jung Yu-mi denied the dating and marriage rumors of the two South Korean actors.

"Rumors relating to the two actors that are circulating on various online community sites and social media are not true," the Soop Entertainment stated.

"From now on, we will respond strongly to any circulation or reproduction of that rumor." The company also promised to take firm legal action against the false rumors circulating online about the actors.

Goong Yoo and Jung Yu-mi worked together in the movie "Silenced" in 2011 and "Train to Busan" in 2016. Since then, they have been the subject of dating rumors and recently they have been said to soon getting married, Yonhap reported.

Gong Yoo's popularity increased dramatically after the Goblin series popular in Asia. He also feels things have changed from himself as his popularity soaring.

In an interview, he once spoke about his feelings that did not feel right to be an actor. "I feel fine in front of the camera but when I'm in public I become very shy, I want to separate my personal life and my life as an actor, but I know it's hard for the public to accept it," Gong Yoo said.

The actor said that being popular does not always bring pleasure to him. Media that always expose it makes Gong Yoo difficult to maintain his privacy. He feels that the life of the actor is too much revealed by the media to the public. The public will always judge the actors based on their way of life and the image that the media shows. In fact, only from the characters whom he played.

On the other hand, Gong Yoo still needs space for his personal life, away from the camera's spotlight and media coverage. Because of the reason, he tries not to open his private life too much, even by not creating a social media account.



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