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Ji Hyun Woo Proves to be the ‘Nuna’ Killer with Sudden Confession

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2012.06.08 10:30 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Ji Hyun Woo (27) has been creating huge buzz with his public love confession towards Yoo In Na (29).

On June 7, at the finale celebration fan meeting for tVN’s Queen In Hyun’s Man (written by Song Jae Jung, directed by Kim Byung Soo, Ji Hyun Woo surprised everyone in the audience, including Yoo In Na, when he confessed, “I love Yoo In Na.”

Ji Hyun Woo Proves to be the ‘Nuna’ Killer with Sudden Confession

The actors were caught in numerous dating rumors due to their close chemistry on set and it eventually led to a public confession.

With this confession, it’s been noted that Ji Hyun Woo tend to work with actresses who are older than him. In KBS’ Old Miss Diary, which led him to fame, Ji Hyun Woo worked with actress, Ye Ji Won, who was twelve years older than him.

Following after Ye Ji Won, Ji Hyun Woo worked with Seo Young Hee, Lee Si Young, Lee Bo Young, and Nam Sang Mi, who were all older than the actor, respectfully earning him the title of ‘Nuna Killer.’ (older sister for men)

Not only in dramas, but during official settings, Ji Hyun Woo stated, “I like older women more than younger ones.”

In early 2012, Ji Hyun Woo appeared on Lee Sora’s Propose and said his ideal type is, “an older woman who doesn′t try to play tug of war.”

This is probably the reason why Ji Hyun Woo publicly confessed his love for Yoo In Na, who is two years older. Despite Ji Hyun Woo’s sticky position with his mandatory army duties coming up, fans are wondering if these two people can really lead to a romantic relationship.

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