Xiah junsu dating
Earlier this year, many K-pop fans were surprised to find out that Junsu of JYJ and Hani of EXID were confirmed to be in a relationship. Others who shipped the couple are sad it has come to an end. 2015 was actually a far worse year for Hallyu couples breaking up which included almost all the members of So Nyeo Shi Dae, better known as Girls’ Generation, ending their respective relationships resulting in Sooyoung being the only member still romantically linked to someone.The confirmation of their love for one another was the perfect ending for 2015 for Hani as the K-pop girl group she is a part of, EXID, had a very successful year starting out with promotions with their 2014 hit song “Up & Down” followed by the success of their 2015 extended play (EP), a mini-album titled , then wrapping up with a successful single release, “Hot Pink.” The same goes for Junsu who may not have much going on given the fact that the other two members of JYJ are doing military service, but JYJ as a group were appointed honorary ambassadors for the 2015 World Water Forum. However, the more grounded K-pop fans state the personal business of Junsu and Hani are none of anybody’s business, even for K-pop fans who are Cassiopeia, Big East, and/or L. Actually, 2016 has been a great year for Hallyu pertaining to relationships.Ultimately, the decision is Krystal’s alone, but there are possible reasons considered as influences for Krystal to leave f(x) and SM Entertainment.SM Entertainment Never Intended f(x) To Be Big This is probably a statement many K-pop fans who identify themselves as Me U, the official fan club of f(x), will hate.If Hani and Junsu continue to date, then they will have to hold out for two years until Junsu completes his military service.Junsu is currently 30, according to the Korean system of counting age.However, the cast of course is very nice to look at and if you already love DBSK then you will enjoy spending a little over an hour ogling and laughing at/with them.
Given the fact that her older sister, former Girls’ Generation member Jessica Jung, left SM Entertainment back in 2015, many wonder if Krystal will do the same.So far, 2016 has proven to be a terrible year when it comes to K-pop idol groups.Although the fandom remains entertained by numerous hit songs, such as “Cheer Up” by Twice, “I Like That” by Sistar, and “Fire Truck” by NCT 127, the bonds that hold K-pop idol groups together are apparent not that strong.Previously, the CEO of C-Jes, Junsu's management agency, released a statement in June 2015 saying that Junsu would enlist in 2016.This means that Junsu would be the final member of the trio to enlist.