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Se7en to Be Discharged on 12/28 While Park Han Byul is Currently Dating Jung Eun Woo

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2014.12.24 12:24 Newsen Kim Hyung Woo Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Se7en, who broke up with Park Han Byul at the end of last year, will be discharged on December 28.

With Park Han Byul confirming her relationship with Jung Eun Woo, Se7en who dated Park Han Byul for a long time, will be discharged from the army on December 28. An affiliate of Se7en said on December 24, “He will be discharged on December 28.”

With news spreading on Park Han Byul and Jung Eun Woo dating, it has been confirmed that Se7en and Park Han Byul became distant starting fall of last year and ended up going their separate ways.

According to an affiliate, when Se7en got involved in a controversy involving a massage parlor last June, Park Han Byul also went through some tough times. Afterwards, Park Han Byul and Se7en became distant and naturally split up. The two people, born in 1984, are alumni of Anyang High School and have dated for a long time, making many jealous. However, they ended up breaking up at the end of last year.

Se7en to Be Discharged on 12/28 While Park Han Byul is Currently Dating Jung Eun Woo

When Park Han Byul starred in the SBS drama A Well Grown Daughter last fall, she met Jung Eun Woo and Park Han Byul and Jung Eun Woo have recently become a couple.

Blue Dragon Entertainment, Jung Eun Woo’s agency, told Newsen on December 24, “It’s true that Jung Eun Woo and Park Han Byul are dating.”

The affiliate shared “Jung Eun Woo and Park Han Byul became close as they appeared in a drama together. Even after the drama ended, they met up with each other along with the drama team,” and added, “As they got to know each other, they recently became fond of one another and started dating.”

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