Jung Kyung-ho and Soo-young Spotted Attending a Play Together “Dating Both Abroad and Domestically”

On June 4th, actress Jeon Do-yeon’s play “The Cherry Orchard” premiered.

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“The Cherry Orchard” is an adaptation of Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s novel set in Korea. The story begins with Song Do-young (played by Jeon Do-yeon) returning to Korea after leaving for America following the death of her son a decade ago, unfolding against the backdrop of contemporary Korean society in 2024.

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This play marks Jeon Do-yeon’s return to the stage after 27 years since her appearance in “Educating Rita” in 1997. The work also features Park Hae-soo, Son Sang-gyu, Choi Hee-seo, Lee Ji-hye, Nam Yoon-ho, Park Yu-rim, Lee Se-jun and Lee Joo-won, generating much anticipation.

Fellow actors have been visiting to support the performance. Sol Kyung-gu, Esom, Lee Yeon and director Byun Sung-hyun, who worked with Jeon Do-yeon in Netflix’s film “Kill Boksoon”, were present.

Notably, Jung Kyung-ho, who co-starred with Jeon Do-yeon in tvN’s “Crash Course in Romance”, attended the play with his girlfriend Choi Soo-young, drawing attention.

Jung Kyung-ho and Soo-young’s relationship was acknowledged when paparazzi photos of them on a date were published in January 2014.

Having been in a relationship for 12 years, the couple has quietly nurtured their love. Recently, they have appeared on YouTube variety shows, openly expressing their affection for each other, and their relationship has been highlighted through sightings and reports of their dates abroad.