Lee Min-ho, Suzy Bae Dating: ‘The Heirs’ Actor Cancelled Wedding For ‘City Hunter 2’? ‘Dream High’ Actress Jealous of Park Shin Hye?
Lee Min-ho and Suzy Bae wedding rumors have been making rounds online since the two confirmed that they are dating. However, new reports are claiming that the "Legend of the Blue Sea" actor reportedly decided to call off his imminent wedding with the "Dream High" actress for the "City Hunter 2."
Rumors suggest that Lee Min-ho is going to reprise his role as Lee Yun-seong in the supposed "City Hunter 2." According to AsiaStarz, the boyfriend of Suzy Bae is now getting ready to start filming action and death-dying scenes again for the upcoming sequel installment.
Speculations have it that Lee Min-ho will start working for the upcoming "City Hunter 2" soon, which reportedly forced him to cancel his plans on marrying Suzy Bae. Sources suggested that the "Legend of the Blue Sea" actor had a change of heart after learning that he will be doing a sequel to his popular action series.
Aside from that, another main reason why the supposed wedding of Lee Min-ho and Suzy Bae was cancelled is because of Park Shin Hye. According to rumors, the "Big" actress was displeased after learning that her boyfriend and "The Heir" actress could possibly reunite once again in the "City Hunter 2."
Most fans have been speculating that Suzy Bae is not comfortable whenever she hears about Lee Min-ho being linked to Park Shin Hye again. Well, it is a known fact that the "Legend of the Blue Sea" actor was romantically linked with the "Pinocchio" actress.
Korea Portal has shared that there were claims saying that Suzy Bae still feels jealous of Park Shin Hye. Rumors have it that the Lee Min Ho and his girlfriend almost broke up after the "Heartstrings" actress is being linked to the "Personal Taste" actor again.
Though these rumors could possibly be true, neither Lee Min-ho nor Suzy Bae has confirmed anything as of yet. So, fans of the "City Hunter" actor and the "Dream High" actress should take everything with a grain of salt until it has been proven true and correct.