Blackpink: Jisoo is officially single

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Jisoo is now a heart to take. The Blackpink star recently moved on from popular “My Name” actor Ahn Bo-hyun. So what happened?

Last August, the press announced that Jisoo was in a relationship with actor Ahn Do-hyun. The communications teams of the two superstars have, in fact, confirmed the budding romance. “ They get to know each other little by little with good feelings. (…) The two continue their meeting while being attentive to the other “, explained the professional entourage of the Blackpink singer, while the actor’s agency, FN Entertainment, declared that they ” always learning to know each other “.

Barely three months later, the couple separated… And Internet users visibly seem to be happy about it. On the Web, particularly in Korea, we can read: “ We didn’t believe it from the start ” or ” I don’t know, but it’s weird. I’m relieved for Jisoo “. The reason for this breakup? On Tuesday, South Korean media reported that the Blackpink star and Ahn Bo-hyun had broken up due to their busy schedules. An announcement confirmed by the label YG Entertainment which declared: “It’s true that Jisoo and Ahn Bo Hyun broke up. »

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Who is Ahn Bo-hyun?

If Jisoo is a star in France, Ahn Bo-hyun is perhaps less known. However, he is a very popular actor in South Korea and has 5 million followers on Instagram. In 2007, he made his debut as a model. Then, he appears in series such as “Itaewon Class” (2020), “Yumi’s Cells” (2021) and “Military Prosecutor Doberman” (2022). Most recently, he starred in the romantic comedy “See You in My 19th Life”, distributed on Netflix.


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