Song Hye Kyo Shares Views On Relationships and Heartbreaks


Song Hye Kyo Shares Views On Relationships and Heartbreaks

Song Hye Kyo Shares Views On Relationships and Heartbreaks

Song Hye Kyo finally speaks up about her perspective in love and heartbreaks, giving her fans an in-depth look as to how soft-hearted and romantic she really is. In a recent interview with W Korea, the K-pop sensation has been asked as to how she perceives love. In response to the frank question, she immediately answered that she sees to it that she maintains an optimistic attitude when it comes to love. For her, she doesn’t need any negative vibes because it would just mess things up.
She then adds that she gives everything that she’s got when she falls in love because that is what true love is about. According to Soompi , Song Hye Kyo says that when she gets to date someone, she doesn’t want to have any regrets. For her, it’s all about the positive feeling of sincerity and love. Looking at the other side of love, she talks about heartbreaks.  Song Hye Kyo says that if the relationship doesn’t work out despite her full effort, then that is the time that she needs to let go. In the world of K-pop, celebrity couples who failed to continue their relationship are always featured in news articles as still maintaining a healthy relationship with each other as colleagues. However, Song Hye Kyo does not agree on that. She says that the reality is far from the articles that are reported on the internet. The truth, according to Song Hye Kyo, is that two failed celebrity lovers would become strangers and would have an awkward feeling if they see each other again in a project. Song Hye Kyo then adds that it is the right thing to do if you were to date another person. With this, one can see how Song Hye Kyo has a very soft heart, but at the same time, a very strong one when it comes to moving on from a heartbreak. She is indeed the best example of a mature thinker.

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