‘Bad Guys’ Actor Jo Dong Hyuk Confirms Relationship With A Professional Volleyball Player


‘Bad Guys’ Actor Jo Dong Hyuk Confirms Relationship With A Professional Volleyball Player

‘Bad Guys’ Actor Jo Dong Hyuk Confirms Relationship With A Professional Volleyball Player

Jo Dong Hyuk was rumored to date a number of celebrities over the years. Recently, the actor admits that he’s in a relationship with a professional volleyball player named Han Song Yi. Jo Dong Hyuk’s agency, Sidus HQ confirmed to Allkpop on May 16 that its talent is indeed dating Han Song Yi. “It’s true that Jo Dong Hyuk and Han Song-Yi are in a relationship. They recently became a couple, please cheer them on,” said a representative from Sidus HQ.
The happy couple found love on the set of KBS2 TV variety show “Our Neighborhood Arts & Physical Education” volleyball special episode, which was aired in March 2016. Jo Dong Hyuk previously never knew that Han Song Yo is a professional player in GS Caltex Seoul KIXX. However, after he found out about Han’s occupation, he continued to get to know her a little better until they decided to level up their relationship as boyfriend and girlfriend. Meanwhile, according to Korea Portal , Jo Dong Hyuk will return in the second installment of action drama “Bad Guys”. OCN confirmed it in last November that the production team was planning to continue the story of bad guys. Ma Dong Seok had hinted multiple times that “Bad Guys” would be renewed for the second season. “Bad Guys” Season 1 garnered high rating for the cable networks that makes fans wanted for some more. The pilot season of “Bad Guys” followed the story of three convicts who were ordered to solve a series of crimes by the team leader Oh Gu Tak. Fans of the crime, thriller drama can expect the same suspense formula that made the show great in the first place. Jo Dong Hyuk and his criminal partners in “Bad Guys” Season 2 reportedly will return to the small screen in the second half of 2017. The action TV series is expected to release after “Tunnel”, “Duel”, and “Save Me”, which starred 2 PM’s Taecyeon.    

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