Moon Hee Jun And Soyul's Agencies Give Different Statements About Pregnancy Rumors; Couple's Romance Started In 2013?
With a sudden engagement announcement, netizens are speculating that H.O.T Moon Hee Jun (38) and Crayon Pop Soyul's (25) upcoming wedding is due to Soyul's pregnancy. Aside from the large age gap, the fact that the two have been only dating for eight months triggered rumors of a shotgun wedding.
However, Soyul's agency quickly shot down the rumors and reiterated the engagement was not forced. "It's not pregnancy before marriage," Chrome Entertainment said, cited All Kpop. Soyul also addressed the issue over Crayon Pop's fan café saying that despite the announcement being sudden, she and Moon Hee Jun made the decision carefully after much consideration.
Meanwhile, Moon Hee Jun's agency, Koen Stars, raised even more suspicion with its answer. "We do not know because it's their personal matters," the label said, leading netizens to believe that Soyul is indeed pregnant and it is the major reason for the engagement.
In a previous report, even Moon Hee Jun's H.O.T bandmate, Kangta revealed he was shocked about the news saying he didn't even know the two were dating. Yet many Crayon Pop fans were convinced the soon-to-be newlyweds have been close since three years ago and said they were not much shocked about the announcement. The two idols met for the first time on a show hosted by Moon Hee Jun called "Pretty Boy Communication" in 2013 where the former H.O.T member suspiciously remarked that their age gap of 13 years is not a gap at all.
In an episode of KBS W's "Shopper Man" in January 2015, Moon Hee Jun was quoted as saying: "I'm totally for Crayon Pop now. I've thrown even Girls' Generation away." During the mission in the said show where he was supposed to obtain potato chips, eyebrows were raised when he turned to Soyul for help, as it was revealed that he knew Soyul received potato chips from fans before.
The couple will tie the knot in February 2016.
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