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[Weekend Update] CN Blue′s Jung Yong Hwa, SoLim Couple and More Top the Week′s Headlines

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2015.02.15 10:00 Mwave

Feeling a bit out of the K-Entertainment news loop lately? Catch up on what you missed as we recap the week′s Top 5 articles, based on reader views!

5. SUJU’s Kyuhyun Says CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Always Turns Down Girls Who Hit on Him

Ladies - even if you′re feeling bold, your attempts to pick up Jung Yong Hwa may prove futile as we learned the above fun little fact about CN Blue leader this week.

4. [Poll] Which Past Onscreen Couple Do You Want to See Again?

Just in time for Valentine′s Day, we asked you all which TV couple from years past you′d like to see rekindle their love, and the response has been hot.

Click here to vote!

3. ′We Got Married′ to Discuss Future of SoLim Couple with Kim So Eun′s Agency

Speaking of TV couples, We Got Married′s SoLim couple was rocked by reports that Kim So Eun was dating actor Son Ho Jun in real life.

Both sides quickly denied the rumors, while the We Got Married team assured fans that it would get to the bottom of the rumors as the show′s authenticity is of utmost importance.

Since then, the show has confirmed the SoLim couple will go on and that Kim So Eun and Song Jae Lim will talk about the rumors on the show.

2. CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Reveals Why He Turns Down Girls Who Hit on Him

CN Blue′s Jung Yong Hwa′s appearance on Radio Star seemed to have left a lasting impression on the public as he went on live radio to continue the conversation about how he responds to women who hit on him.

1. CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa Got Caught by Guard When He Tried to Meet SNSD Before Debuting

Jung Yong Hwa may guard his heart when it comes to women now, but the only thing that could get in the way of his love for SNSD when he was a teenager was a guard.

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