There are rumours that Lee Chan-hyuk, one half of the K-pop duo AKMU, and Lee Sae-rom, one of the members of the girl group fromis 9, are dating.
On the basis of their social media postings, fans have hypothesised that the two had been dating for more than a year. Both members of the rumoured pair have been posting photographs to their separate Instagram profiles that were shot in the same locations.
Following Lee Chan-recent hyuk’s appearance as a guest on MBC’s popular reality show “I Live Alone,” which was broadcast on October 14 and during which he stated that he is “having problems staying alone” at his home, rumours began to intensify.
“Throughout the course of my life, I have the opportunity to interact with a wide variety of people; yet, I believe that the relationship I have with the one person with whom I will spend the most of my time is the most significant.” My objective is to provide a successful home environment for myself and my family. If I had someone to marry, the wedding could take place the next day. “[These days], getting married is my one and only dream,” he stated on the show.
As YG Entertainment is committed to protecting the privacy of its artists, the agency that represents Lee Chan-hyuk stated that “it is difficult to corroborate” the rumour. fromis 9 is represented by Pledis Entertainment, and the company declined to comment on the situation.
The brother-sister duo AKMU shot to fame after being included on the second season of SBS’s “K-pop Star,” an audition show for the Korean music industry that aired in 2012. YG Entertainment watched the competition and ultimately decided to sign the winning team. “200%” (2014), “How can I love the heartbreak, you’re the one I love” (2019), “Dinosaur” (2020), and “Nakka” are some of the duo’s most successful singles to date (2021).
On Monday, Lee Chan-hyuk published his debut album under his own name, titled “Error.”
Lee Sae-rom made his debut with the group fromis 9, which was established through the audition programme “Idol School” on the cable channel Mnet (2017). Hits like “Glass Shoes” (2018), “DKDK” (2018), and “DM” (2018) are among the female group’s discography (2022)