“Song Joong-ki went to Bali with friends before embarking on promotions for his upcoming film ‘Battleship Island,’” the actor’s agency Blossom Entertainment said.
“While it is true that Song Hye-kyo went to Bali, she went to attend a meeting for a different project.
MBC has received complaints but has aired part two this weekend nevertheless, claiming that it received those pictures and tips through others.
She followed and saw them arrive and enter the same resort, and then Section TV checked the reservations and saw that a Song Hye Kyo friend has reserved the private luxury suite that she reportedly was seen staying in and also seen by resort staff where Song Joong Ki would enter and leave with a face mask on.
Fans of both stars are furious beyond belief at many of the invasion of privacy actions that have led to these MBC stories, including friends of Song Hye Kyo sharing pictures from her private locked instagram account (which she has since deleted over 60 pictures), and also the network from sharing pictures taken by the resort staff.
The stars were spotted dining together in New York City in March, though they denied they were dating then as well.
Actor Song Joong-ki on Monday denied rumors that he was in a romantic relationship with actress Song Hye-gyo, co-star of the 2016 hit drama “Descendants of the Sun,” amid reports that the two vacationed together in Indonesia.
The two stars played a soldier-doctor couple in the hit 2016 KBS 2TV series set in the fictional war-torn country called Uruk.