(UPDATED) Almost two years after they tied the knot, Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo, the celebs of the hit Korean drama “Descendants of the Sun,” are breaking the hearts of their avid enthusiasts. This after Joong Ki’s attorney, Park Jae Hyun, introduced that the actor has already taken prison steps for separation. “Our law firm filed for divorce on behalf of Song Joong Ki at the Seoul Family Court on June 26. Additionally, we would like to deliver Song Joong Ki’s legit declaration,” Jae Hyun said, as mentioned by the K-Pop internet site Soompi.
In his statement, Joong Ki apologized to his fanatics “who love and take care of me” for this unlucky news. He then asked for their expertise amid this difficult time. “I have started filing for divorce from Song Hye Kyo. Rather than denouncing one another and arguing over who’s to blame, I wish that the divorce process may be wrapped up amicably,” he stated.
“I ask for your knowledge regarding the reality that it miles hard to talk about the info of my private life, and I will recover from my cutting-edge wounds and do my utmost as an actor to repay you through remarkable productions inside the destiny,” he introduced. Meanwhile, Hye Kyo additionally launched her declaration through her organization to explain how she and Joong Ki reached this choice.
“We find it unfortunate that we are greeting you with sad news. After cautious attention, actress Song Hye Kyo and her husband are taking the first steps closer to a divorce,” Hye Kyo’s company said. “The reason [for the divorce] is personality differences, and due to the fact the two were unable to overcome their differences, they had been forced to come to this choice,” it introduced. Amid this unhappy news, Hye Kyo’s business enterprise urges the 2’s fanatics “to refrain from making scandalous posts and speculative remarks.”
Joong Ki and Hye Kyo, who tied the knot in October 2017, performed as lovers in “Descendants of the Sun,” a TV drama that took Asia by a hurricane in 2016. Right after their wedding announcement in July 2017, the hashtag #SongSongCouple became one of the most pointed-out topics on Twitter in the Philippines and globally. As of writing, the Song-Song couple has again conquered the world of social media, with this unfortunate news trending nationwide and worldwide on Twitter.
In this edition of Facts First, Christian Esguerra talks about the South China Sea dispute and the way ties between Manila and Beijing are affecting how we address maritime incidents in contested waters, especially the Recto (Reed) Bank incident, in which lives of Filipino fishers had been put at threat.
MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte devoted an impeachable offense when he stated Chinese fishers would no longer be barred from fishing inside the Philippines’ unique monetary sector, his fierce critic Sen. Leila de Lima said. In a dispatch from her detention cellular, De Lima said Duterte’s pronouncements, deemed as policy statements, “are without a doubt repugnant” to the Philippine Constitution in addition to the United Nations Convention at the Law of the Sea and the South China Sea arbitration ruling favoring the Philippines.
De Lima introduced Duterte’s most recent announcement, which “indicates a pattern of an open and brazen disregard of the rule of regulation and betrayal of the countrywide hobby.” “We have clean grounds for impeachment here: culpable violation of the Constitution, treason, and betrayal of public agreement.”
De Lima, however, said that with Duterte’s allies dominating the House of Representatives, wherein an impeachment criticism is initiated, it would be “wishful wondering” to anticipate the lower chamber to behave significantly and favorably. Duterte, in advance this week, requested that the Philippines bar China from fishing inside the Philippines’ different financial zone, to which he said that the two nations are “buddies” and that there must no longer be any “bloody end.”