Actress Liu Yifei, who was cast as the lead in the live-action remake of Disney’s “Mulan,” and South Korean actor Song Seung-heon have reportedly called it quits.
Liu Yifei, 30, and Song Seung-heon, 41, first met on the set of the Korean-Chinese movie “The Third Way of Love” back in 2015, and the two began dating and announced their relationship to the public in the same year.
Later on, I her what was wrong and if she wasn’t feeling well, and she said she was nervous too.
It was funny because both of us are really experienced this felt brand new.
Their reel-to-real romance culminated with a wedding in Beijing and wedding banquet in Taipei in 2016.
The Taiwanese actress and Chinese actor met on set of the 2014-2015 adaption of the Louis Cha tale, "The Romance of the Condor Heroes" and sparks flew after they played the lovers, Yang Guo and his mentor Xiao Long Nu.According to Chinese media outlet insiders, Liu Yifei’s side has “already determined that the two have broken up,” but they are taking their time to organize their feelings considering that they have been together for a long time, All Kpop reported. 25, the actor’s camp echoed the same sentiments, and further confirmed that the couple have officially broken up.“It’s true that they broke up.Because it’s their personal life, we cannot know the exact reason,” the 41-year-old actor’s label said in a statement via Soompi.So we had a lot of re-takes during our first shoot.”Seung Heon revealed that he was nervous because this time round, he had to act a historical role.However, he reckons it was more challenging for Young Ae, who had to act out a real historical figure, as opposed to the fictional character of Lee Gyeom.