Tags: Song Seung Heon Liu Yifei Better Entertainment Better ENT The Third Way of Love Zi You Xing Zou 18th Shanghai International Film Festival Autumn in My Heart Bruce Willis Hollywood A-lister celebrity couple Shanghai Puts Art and Design into Bags A grand exhibition titled "Bagism–We are all in the same bag!" featuring the first of its kind display that combines classic bags with contemporary art opened at the Chi K11 Art Space in Shanghai.Veteran actor, Yoo Dong Geun made a surprise relevation recently that he had tried to matchmake Song Seung Hun and Lee Yeon Hee during the filming of MBC's East of Eden earlier in the year.
Written by Oh Soo-yeon, it was a huge hit in South Korea and in other Asian countries and made him a household name.
Liu will be seen in the Chinese-French co-production romantic drama “Le Paon de Nuit,” which is planned to be released in Feb. Song joins award-winning Hollywood A-lister Bruce Willis (“Die Hard” series, “Armageddon,” “Red”) in Xiao Feng’s “The Bombing” to be shown next year.
For the meantime, Liu and Song might be seen in a restaurant or in a coffee shop somewhere out on a date.
South Korean actor Song Seung Heon and Chinese actress-singer Liu Yifei are officially dating.
The confirmation came from the actor’s agency, Better Entertainment aka Better ENT.
Song, 38, and Liu, 27, first met each other in Lee Jae Han’s “The Third Way of Love,” a China and South Korea co-production and a film adaptation of a Chinese novel of the same title written by Zi You Xing Zou.Liu posted on Weibo: "Although there's a lot that I want to say, for now I will upload two (then she inserted two heart symbols).Thank you everyone." Better Entertainment said that neither of them introduced each other to their respective parents nor talked about marriage.In the movie, Liu played a lawyer who fell in love with the character of Song.Even when filming wrapped, communication between the two continued.Song was in Shanghai in June to grace the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival. Song started his career as a model in 1995, tried acting in 1996 via the sitcom “Three Guys, Three Girls,” and received his first movie break in 1999 in Song Hae-sung’s “Calla.” He was given a lead role in his film debut.