Three other members of Girls' Generation recently made headlines for ending relationships with high-profile Korean celebrities.
; born May 26, 1989), commonly known as Ye-eun, Yenny or Ha:tfelt, is a South Korean singer and songwriter.
The cure was unknown, and everyone from regular folk to celebrities to police officers to even fans in France succumbed to the hysteria, uploading videos of themselves dancing to the Wonder Girls’ single to You Tube and Korean portal Daum. Fans who got into K-pop after 2012, however – when PSY catapulted Hallyu (Korean Wave) onto the world stage – would chiefly know them as a bygone group.
The South Korean quintet’s song was an immediate hit, and they soon cemented their position as top girl group with the 2008 follow-ups “So Hot” and “Nobody,” which sparked more dance crazes and performed phenomenally on the charts. By this time, the Wonder Girls were on hiatus after their much-awaited American debut failed to take off and group leader Sunye got married.
“I started the relationship with her and I thought it would just be a fling.
It wouldn’t be serious, but it had a life of its own. Then we started going together, then we started living together, and we were enjoying it. It seemed to work in our favor actually,” Allen said of their romance.
Previn is Farrow’s adopted daughter from her failed marriage to composer André Previn. Oh Seung Hwan, the Hanshin Tigers player dating Girls' Generation's Yuri, revealed in a recent interview that he's not thinking of marriage.In a recent interview with Ilgan Sports, Oh responded that he is not currently thinking of getting married. "Right now, I do not [want to live abroad or get married]." Oh is a relief pitcher currently signed with the Japanese baseball team Harshen Tigers.Yuri is one of two Girls' Generation members currently in a relationship, along with Sooyoung.Sooyoung and actor Jung Kyung Ho confirmed their relationship in 2014."You're now 34, do you want to go live abroad or get married? He has the nickname "Dol-bucheo," or "Stone Buddha," because of his emotionless expressions.