[news] Korean Idol Japanese Model scandal, whose going to be next?
Aug 14, 2010 06:43
On the 14th of August, out of nowhere, A Japanese woman's name was the top most searched item in real time on online portal sites. Why?
Sankei Sports in Japan said on the 14th, "Big Bang's G-dragon and model Mizuhara Kiko are dating and has been in a long distance relationship since Big Bang debuted in Japan".
However, this is not the first time that an Idol scandal between a Korean idol and a Japanese model has occurred.
Back in May, It was reported through a Japanese media that DBSK's Hero Jaejoong was dating a Japanese model named Yano Mikiko, They were seen dating at Shibuya where there were witnesses seeing them being intimate with each other.
The Magazine that reported this said, "Mikiko and Hero Jaejoong were seen arm in arm and were intimate with each other during their date".
After this scandal however, Jaejoon denied such rumors and said that they are not lovers of any kind.
Prior to this, Last November, Hero Jaejoong was also said to be dating Japanese actress Abiru Yuu and were seen dating each other, these however were also said to be not true.
Recently, there has been quite a number of occurring scandals between Korean Idols with Japanese models and artists.
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