Lee Min Ho & Suzy Bae Still Going Strong Despite Break Up Rumors & 'Legends Of The Blue Sea' Actor's Military Enlistment

5:45 AM EDT 4/25/2017 by Colt, Celebeat Reporter

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Multiple reports have been been making its rounds on the Internet claiming that Lee Min Ho and Suzy Bae may be heading to Splitsville for whatever reason. On top of that, the "Legends of the Blue Sea" actor has confirmed that he will be doing his two-year mandatory military service soon and many speculated that his absence may cause trouble to his relationship with the "While You Were Sleeping" actress.

Rumor has it that the two-year absence of Lee Min Ho may be a little to much for Suzy Bae to handle and it might lead them to call it quits. But despite whispers and speculations of their split, camps of the South Korean power couple firmly denied the media story. The 29-year-old singer and actor's agency, MYM Entertainment, released a statement saying, "We've confirmed that they're still doing fine. The reports saying they broke up are not true."

Meanwhile, it has been heavily suspected that Lee Min Ho will finally do his mandatory military enlistment this year but his agency did not confirm any update regarding the actor's service at the time, noting that the "Legends of the Blue Sea" star has not yet passed his enlistment letter. However, MYM Entertainment finally confirmed all speculations and shared that Lee Min Ho will begin his service on May 12.

Lee Min Ho revealed his real thoughts in Star Magazine of putting his career on hold to enlist himself to the military service, as reported by Soompi. “I thought I would be totally cool with it and I thought it would be nothing. But I do feel a bit sad, too," Suzy Bae's boyfriend said. “It’s not about the fact that I have to enlist that makes me sad, but the fact that I’m at the end of my 20s.”

Although it seems that he is more worried of getting old than doing the military service, Lee Min Ho did explain that it was a good idea that he has decided to do his duty in his late 20s. The "Legends of the Blue Sea" actor shared that if he went earlier then he would not have the chance to play his iconic role in "Boys Over Flowers," which made him an international heartthrob.

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