Yoon sang hyun and yoon eun hye dating
Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young in: Onscreen chemistry: evident but couldn’t be developed because Lee Bo Young played the crazy insane psycho second female lead and not Ji Sung’s OTP (who was played by Eugene) Offscreen chemistry: low-key Status: Still going strong after 6 years. To be honest, there are certain actors that viewers tend to ship them a lot with their co-stars, and both Kang Ji Hwan and Yoon Eun Hye are that type of actor.
Jang Dong Gun and Ko So Young in the movie Onscreen chemistry: sizzling Offscreen chemistry: very little since they rarely appeared in public together after they started dating. Lee Sang Yoon and Nam Sang Mi in Onscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen Offscreen chemistry: burned a hole through my screen, but likely fizzled because it was so intense Status: Teary breakup after 2 years Lee Dong Gun and Han Ji Hye in Onscreen chemistry: Soul-searching Offscreen chemistry: So in love, but couldn’t make it work. Status: Ended after 2 years, and Barbie is now married to a chaebol heir Co-stars heavily rumored to have dated but never publicly confirmed it: Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook after Koala’s two real life shippy holy grails: My Geun Geun Babies FTW! There is a sizeable group that ship Eun Hye with Joo Ji Hoon back when they did co-star Park Shin Hye and think I’m some interloper by shipping him with Moon Geun Young.
Every time there is a sparkling, sizzling, scorching new onscreen pairing, drama viewers of various persuasions suddenly feel this uncontrollable urge to scream at the screen: Just Date Already! It’s often exhilarating, but mostly painful since the number of co-stars who ended up dating is a tiny fraction of the amount of acting couplings out there.
And the number that end up walking down the line I can count on one hand.
Therefore you may find the same person's name spelled in different ways, for example "Jang Jin-young" vs. The letter "iung" is silent and is followed by a vowel; note that the name "Lee" is actually pronounced "ee" or "yi" in Korean.