Han So Hee Loses Major Brands Due To Her Relationship Controversy With Ryu Jun Yeol - Find Out More
Han So Hee Loses Major Brands Due To Her Relationship Controversy With Ryu Jun Yeol(Photo Credit –Instagram)

Ryu Jun Yeol and Han So Hee’s dating controversy intensified as it might be having a negative impact on the latter’s career. A few days ago, the My Name star confirmed her relationship with Jun Yeol, but the controversy began when pictures of the couple from Hawaii spread on social media, and people started to suspect they were seeing each other before he broke up with Lee Hayeri. Scroll below to know.

Hayeri and Ryu were together for seven years before breaking up in November last year. A tourist spotted Ryu and So Hee in Hawaii, sparking romance rumors. Her agency, 9ATO Entertainment, came forward to dismiss them and claim it was a typical vacation with her friends. Meanwhile, on March 16, the actress went to her blog to confirm her affair with Jun Yeol.

According to the Times Now report, Han So Hee has lost out on significant brand endorsements after repeatedly confirming her relationship with Ryu Jun Yeol. On March 20, Lotte’s Shoju brand Chum Churum announced they would not extend their contract with Han So Hee. The previous tenure is set to end in March 2024. Reportedly, this is the first time in eight years that Chum Churum has switched models just a year after appointing one.

Other than Chum Churum, another brand ended its collaboration with Han So Hee. The My Name actress was associated with the NHK Bank, and they also discontinued their partnership with So Hee earlier this month. She modeled for the NHK Bank since 2021.

Han So Hee and Ryu Jun Yeol’s dating news, coming just a few months after his breakup with Lee Hayeri, has made the fans skeptical about So Hee and Ryu‘s timeline. The fans became more doubtful when Hayeri wrote on her Instagram that she and Jun Yeol spoke about further discussing their relationship after deciding to split. But they never spoke to or met each other after that. The Instagram post now seems to have been deleted from her wall.

She had written, “Last November, reports were published stating that my 8-year relationship was over. The decision to end our relationship wasn’t made quickly, and even after the articles were published, we spoke about further discussing our relationship…”

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