Han So Hee and Ryu Jun Yeol have discontinued their discussions to star in a new production.

On April 2, a source from SHOWBOX, the production company of “Delusion” (literal title), shared, “Discussions on Ryu Jun Yeol and Han So Hee’s appearance in ‘Delusion’ have been halted. The production of ‘Delusion’ will proceed as is.”

Ryu Jun Yeol’s agency C-JeS Studios also confirmed, “Ryu Jun Yeol was in the early stages of reviewing [the offer to star in] ‘Delusion,’ and it is true that the production company requested that we discontinue the discussions. As we should not cause any damage to the project, we felt responsible for this incident and agreed to suspend the review.”

Set in 1935 Gyeongseong and 1800s Shanghai, the “Delusion” webtoon is a mystery thriller that tells the story of what happens when artist Yun Iho is commissioned to paint a portrait of the mysterious woman Song Jeong Hwa and visits her hotel. Director Han Jae Rim of the films “The Show Must Go On,” “The King,” and “Emergency Declaration” is in charge of production.

Previously in March, Han So Hee and Ryu Jun Yeol received casting offers to star in “Delusion.” Later that week, their dating news broke out, and the two actors’ agencies initially denied the dating rumor, but Han So Hee personally confirmed in a lengthy blog post that she was dating Ryu Jun Yeol. On March 30, both agencies confirmed that Han So Hee and Ryu Jun Yeol have ended their relationship, stating, “They promised to no longer emotionally exhaust with their personal life.”


original article's last paragraph: Eventually, the two broke up after two weeks of public dating, and according to a close source, Ryu Junyeol and Hyeri had not been in contact or met since March of last year, effectively breaking up. Han Sohee and Ryu Junyeol met for the first time last year. It was at Ryu Junyeol’s photo exhibition in November.[...] However, reckless speculation continued regarding the timing of the two's romantic relationship, and Han Sohee was hit with arrows by repeatedly explaining, "It's not a transit relationship."

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1. Poor staff ㅜㅠ

2. Of course they won't... 

3. Obviously ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ They had the most legendary dating and breakup ever, why would they act together ㅋㅋㅋ

4. Obviously 

5. They will really try to blame it on Hyeri until the end, she even apologized already ,they're seriously so so mean 

6. It would've been even more fun if they really did it though ㅋㅋㅋ

7. The funniest thing is that they're even blaming Hyeri on their breakup time 

8. That last paragraph is so low ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Leave Hyeri alone

9. Obviously they will not go appear on the show, but why are they still biting and dragging Hyeri?

10. Stop blaming Hyeri 

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