A look at “Descendants of the Sun” actress Song Hye Kyo’s post in early December on her Instagram account could likely answer a previous question posed by Yibada if she just broke up with co-star Song Joong-ki.
The photo was that of the 35-year-old actress crying.
Shot in Seattle, Late Autumn was an English-language remake of the 1966 Lee Man-hee classic, in which Hyun played a man on the run who falls in love with a woman who is on special leave from prison (Chinese actress Tang Wei).
What a bombshell dating news to end the 2016 year, if this happens to be the last dating news to come out of K-ent from now until year end.
The picture was taken from her birthday fan meet on Nov.
22 when she read a letter to her fans which made Song Hye Kyo cry.
They reportedly met only this October when Kang Sora was looking for a new agency and met with Binnie as he has his own agency.
Their relationship turned romantic only recently a few weeks ago.
In 2007, Ji starred in Im Sang-soo's The Old Garden, adapted from Hwang Sok-yong's novel about a couple who meet during the turbulent 1980s surrounding the Gwangju Uprising; he played an anti-government activist who gets released from prison after serving 17 years for his political activities.
Mainstream success eluded Hyun in the next few years.
His first film as a lead actor A Millionaire's First Love (written by internet novelist Guiyeoni) did not do well commercially, and neither did TV melodrama The Snow Queen.
In 1999, Ji appeared in the music video for Jo Sung-bin's "Like a Third-rate Movie," and he made his acting debut in 2000 with the television drama Female Secretary.
In the next few years, he continued his television career with Juliet's Man (2000), Four Sisters (2001), and the Korean-Japanese co-production Afternoon After the Passing Rain (2002) with Ryoko Yonekura.