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Park Shin-hye’s wedding received funny reactions from Lee Min-ho and Jang Geun-suk, but what about her rumored boyfriend Lee Jong-suk?

Netizens are concentrating on Park Shin-hye’s on-screen lovers’ amusing reactions.

Despite already happened yesterday (Jan 22nd), Park Shin-hye and Choi Tae-joon’s wedding is still a hot topic on SNS. As both are top celebrities, their wedding guests also consist of top-tier celebrities, which included the bride’s past on-screen lovers.

Both Lee Min-ho and Jang Geun-suk have come to congratulate Park Shin-hye on her wedding day, and their wishes for the bride were quite remarkable. Because Park Shin-hye invited Lee Min-ho as “Kim Tan”, he also played along by hilariously said to the bride, “Am I congratulating you?” which is a parody of his line “Am I in love with you?” to Park Shin-hye in “The Heir”.

Today (January 23), Jang Geun Suk continued to cause a buzz when answering a fan’s question as follows: “What do you think about Go Mi-nam’s marriage today?” In response, Jang Geun-suk gave a witty answer, “She abandoned Hwang Tae-kyung.” It is known that Hwang Tae Kyung is the character name of Jang Geun Suk, and he married Park Shin Hye in SBS’s “You’re Beautiful” (2009).

Park Shin Hye's real husband is Choi Tae Joon!
Park Shin Hye’s real husband is Choi Tae Joon!

Besides, netizens are suddenly curious about Lee Jong Suk – another famous on-screen lover of the actress. However, this actor did not make any move on his personal page, nor did he attend Park Shin Hye‘s wedding. This made netizens restless, both waiting for Lee Jong Suk‘s reaction and doubting about the two’s relationship.

Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye collaborated together in Pinocchio (2014). After the project, the two still regularly meet. Dispatch even captured a series of moments when they went to each other’s houses to go on a secret date. However, Park Shin Hye and Lee Jong Suk both denied the dating rumors, causing the public to constantly wonder about their real relationship.

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