What Love did to Lee Si Young


Lee Si young

While being in love is not a sin but there are some who thinks otherwise.

Apparently screenwriter of Hand Signal, (which Lee Si Young was to be starred in) Im Sung Han didn’t like her blossoming relationship with Jun Jin that he dropped her name from the drama totally.

“Lee Si Young’s promising career might be stopped in it’s tracks because of her relationship with JunJin being made public. Although falling in love isn’t a sin, screenwriter (of Hand Signal), Im Sung Han who likes to be very secretive, must have been angered by the exposure of Lee Si Young’s relationship with JunJin.” Told one insider.

A staff from the Hand Signal production also revealed that “Screenwriter Im Sung Han has absolute authority to allocate the roles accordingly with his script. Although Lee Si Young was under consideration for the role, but because no contract has been signed, we reserve the right to change the cast around at anytime.”

“Screenwriter Im Sung Han has always been highly secretive about his work. Take his last work, Ah Hyun Dong’s Madam, the male and female leads were only revealed just before the drama was shown on television. Even when the drama was airing, he prohibited the media from interviewing his male and female leads. With the news of Lee Si Young being the female lead of Hand Signal being revealed beforehand without his permission coupled with the news of Lee Si Young dating JunJin, Im Sung Han must be really hopping mad and thus decided to drop her in the end.”

Lee Si Young management team was livid with this sudden turn of event.

Well, I don’t know what to say about this.

Source from AllKpop.

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