I’m a solo 6th year Youngho♥Youngja is discussing marriage, breakup TEN

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‘I’m Solo’ Youngho and Youngja (pseudonyms)

Yeong-ja and Yeong-ho (pseudonym) of the 6th season of ‘I’m Solo’ broke up.

Youngja and Youngho recently deleted the couple Instagram account they operated together. They also erased the traces of the couple on their respective Instagrams.

After that, the two officially broke up through their respective Instagrams. When a netizen asked, “Are you dating Young-ja well?”, Young-ho answered, “I’m sorry. We decided to support each other’s paths.” When Young-ja asked, “Are you two going to meet again?” I left a reply.

Youngja and Youngho appeared in the 6th season of NQQ and SBS PLUS’s ‘I’m Solo’ last March and became the final couple and developed into real lovers. Young-ja, who was introduced as an MD for a computer-related distribution company at the time of the broadcast, drew attention as a straight woman who showed an active interest in Korean percussionist Yeong-ho from the beginning.

Another final couple, Young-sook and Young-cheol, recently announced that they will be getting married and are 2 years old.

Photo = YouTube video capture.

Photo = YouTube video capture.

In particular, the two were uploaded to the YouTube channel ‘Studio Peanut Butter’ in April, saying, “Who told you to film or have a fan meeting… The day when Yong-jin Lee became holy [금쪽같은 내 사랑]’ He said that he even discussed marriage in the video. Young-ho said, “I want to get married within one year,” and Young-ja also showed a difference of opinion, saying, “We have to wait for three years.”

By Tae Yuna, staff reporter for Tenasia youyou@tenasia.co.kr

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