Hallyu star Lee Byung-hun and actress Lee Min-jung have denied that they will be walking down the aisle, downplaying reports from early in the day which said that the two are getting married in November.
On Thursday, an official with Lee Byung-hun's agency BH Entertainment told the magazine over the phone, "Everything regarding the news that the two actors will tie the knot in November is absolutely not true."
The BH rep explained that Lee Byung-hun will be busy promoting his historical film "Masquerade," which is set to open in local theaters over the Korean Thanksgiving holidays.
"He will then shoot several advertisements and then head over to London to begin filming the Hollywood blockbuster 'Red 2' in November," the official said.
Lee Min-jung's agency, MS Team Entertainment, gave a similar response. "The rumors about a wedding in November are not true. The two actors only share a junior and senior relationship and she is currently busy shooting a commercial in Australia and will be returning to the country this weekend."
In April, both Lee Byung-hun and Lee Min-jung have denied reports and rumors that the two were involved in a romantic relationship after being spotted having dinner together at a wedding in March.
Earlier this week, rumors surfaced once again about their romantic relationship when a related official with a Hanbok (Korean traditional attire) shop spoke up saying that the two actors visited the store and that they were planning a November wedding.
Lee Byung-hun, one of Korea's most well-recognized actors and a household name in Japan as well, made his Hollywood debut in 2009 through the first “G.I. Joe" flick as character Storm Shadow.
He recently attended a press conference to promote his forthcoming film "Masquerade" and will be heading overseas to shoot "Red 2."
Lee Min-jung is best known for playing the role of Ha Jae-kyung in SBS' hit teenage series "Boys Over Flowers" and landed her first lead role in SBS' weekend drama "Smile, You" opposite actor Choung Kyung-ho.
The actress has also appeared in films "Searching for the Elephant (2009)," "White Night (2009)" and "Cyrano Agency (2010)." She last starred in KBS' romantic comedy "Big" opposite actor Gong Yoo.