Website positioning Ye Ji’s newest updates because the ex-boyfriend scandal

Seoul – Actress Seo Ye Ji has updated her fans for the first time since the controversy surrounding her former boyfriend Kim Jung Hyun.

The actress wrote a post in her official fan café, saying, “Knowing that there are people who believe in me is something that makes me feel good.” Seo Ye Ji has been silent on social media and at her fan cafe for the past two months and her update has relieved and upset her fans.

The media company Dispatch had previously reported Seo Ye Ji’s alleged involvement in Kim Jung Hyun’s behavior on the set of the drama Time. Her previous allegations of being a school bully have also been brought back into the spotlight. Since then, she has been banned from the drama ‘Island’ as well as from various brands, although the official statement of her label denies the allegations, as Allkpop reports.

Seo Ye Ji updated their official fan café after two months. Image: Instagram

Seo Ye Ji was born on April 6, 1990 and is a South Korean actress. She began her acting career in the sitcom Potato Star 2013QR3 (2013-2014). This was followed by leading roles in the historical drama Diary of a Night Watchman (2014), Thriller Last (2015) and Fantasy Moorim School: Saga of the Brave (2016). Her notable lead roles in television series include Save Me (2017) and Lawless Lawyer (2018). She became known with the love drama It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (2020).

While Seo’s ambition was to become a TV news presenter, things took a different turn when she became aware of the CEO of her then management company, Made in Chan Entertainment, who persuaded her to venture into acting. She entered the entertainment industry in March 2013 by appearing in an ad for SK Telecom. In May 2013 she played the role of Min-joo in the Samsung Galaxy S4 short film Love Essaying. She made her actress debut in the tvN sitcom Potato Star 2013QR3, which aired for 120 episodes from September 23, 2013 to May 15, 2014.

She next starred in the MBC historical drama The Night Watcher’s Diary (2014), where she wrote a leading role for which she was nominated for Best New Actress at the 2014 MBC Drama Awards

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