YG Leisure denies BLACKPINK’s Jisoo is courting footballer Son Heung-min


YG Leisure, the company that represents BLACKPINK’s Jisoo, has denied that the singer is courting soccer participant Son Heung-min.

The Ok-pop idol and the Tottenham Hotspur participant have been romantically linked since no less than September 2019, when the BLACKPINK member was noticed at one in all Son’s matches in England, per Korea JoongAng Day by day. The duo have been alleged to have been carrying matching bracelets on the time.

Rumours of their relationship resurfaced final week after each Jisoo and Son flew again residence to South Korea from France on the identical day (October 5). The previous had been within the European nation to attend Paris Trend Week. In the meantime, the latter returned again to South Korea forward of the third leg of the 2022 Qatar World Cup Asian qualifying spherical.

On October 10, YG Leisure addressed the rumours in an official assertion to South Korean media, saying “that every one the courting rumours associated to BLACKPINK’s Jisoo should not true”, as translated by Soompi.

“Our company has been fastidiously monitoring the scenario. Nevertheless, because the rumours have even unfold internationally, we have now grow to be involved that the artist could undergo damages as a result of scenario, so we wish to make clear the misinformation,” it added. “We implore you to please chorus from groundless hypothesis.”

In different BLACKPINK information, member Jennie had been romantically linked to Massive Bang’s G-Dragon earlier this 12 months. South Korean leisure website Dispatch had claimed in February that the Ok-pop idols routinely go on secret dates at G-Dragon’s villa in Hannam-dong neighbourhood in Seoul.

The duo’s relationship is outwardly an open secret at their label YG Leisure, an unnamed supply near the idols instructed Dispatch. On the time, YG stated that “as this pertains to the 2 artists’ non-public lives, it is not going to be potential to substantiate the information”.



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