‘Welcome to Waikiki’ stars end real-life relationship

By: - Mobile Sub-editor
/ 09:11 PM June 13, 2018

Lee Yi-kyung and Jung In-sun. Image: K-Pop Herald

Lee Yi-kyung and Jung In-sun, stars of “Welcome to Waikiki” have ended their relationship that had lasted more than a year, K-Pop Herald reports.

Last Friday, both HB Entertainment and CJes Entertainment, Lee and Jung’s agencies, respectively, confirmed the pair’s recent breakup, stating the couple separated on good terms and agreed to remain supportive.


Lee and Jung had been dating for about a year when their relationship was revealed to the public in April. The two starred together in JTBC’s series but had kept the relationship a secret.

Lee made his acting debut in 2011, and first gained recognition by playing a rebellious student in the teen drama series “School 2013”. He also starred in other TV series such as “My Love From the Star”, “Descendants of the Sun” and “Go Back Couple”.


Jung, who started her acting career as a teenager, has starred in “Secret Healer”, “Naked Fireman” and “Circle”. JB

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