A Currently Active Idol Member Wrote a Love Song About Go Eun Ah

A Currently Active Idol Member Wrote a Love Song About Go Eun Ah

Actress Go Eun Ah revealed some shocking news about an idol artist, which quickly topped headlines.

On February 25, an episode of “Talk Club Actors” aired and Go Eun Ah confessed, “In one of the albums of a currently active idol group, there is a song that was written for me.”

According to Go Eun Ah, the idol group is not MBLAQ, which is her younger brother Mir‘s group. When asked if she ever dated that particular idol, she answered, “No. He liked me but I didn’t. We were friends since we were young.”

She said, “He told me that he liked me but I wanted to focus on my acting and I was struggling with other things. So I got rid of my phone and even changed my number.”

Go Eun Ah continued, “One day, I received a package at home. It was his group’s album and he told me to listen to it. The track talks about his feelings when I left him and what he hoped for in the future.”

She  revealed that the idol artist who liked her was born in 1988.

She said, “The melody is so sad that I have sorry feelings when I listen to it.”

Finally, she was asked, “Does he still contact you?” She answered, “Sometimes. I heard that he hasn’t had a girlfriend ever since he liked me till even now.”

9 comments
locke06
locke06

I agree with all of you who said that she overstepped the boundary this time. She had to know, as an actress, that her words are being broadcast on national television, and it would hurt the idol who she was "hinting" about. I really felt sorry for the idol that liked her because he really did like her, and yet, here she is, boasting about this without any consideration to his honest feeling.rn rn <a href="/profile/jkytam">@jkytam</a>: A million awesome to you...as you stated...this action is without class.

Amy
Amy

Why did she say something like this ... i mean so personal on a show and about an idol? I understand that maybe she is proud having an idol confessing his love to her but I wonder why didn`t she think a little about him? if his identity is found out he is going to be so uncomfortable about the whole situation. :(

jkytam
jkytam

Liking a person is the greatest compliment one can give but when the recipiant boasts about it on air and makes fun of the person, it is totally without class.

suriji
suriji

Err that was harsh to tell that on air.rn I understand females (being one myself) saying oh, I have suitors, I've had guys confessed their love to me coz it makes one feel beautiful, desired but for her to go into detail and pretty much dare the netizens to find out his identity (for what? to make fun of him coz he didn't get the girl?), when the guy has the same 'public' job as you do, this just made the guy seem, idk, pitiful. I pity the guy for falling for someone like her.

hodtotu
hodtotu

For what purpose did she make this public? I do not think it was appropriate, some things should remain private :-? Now, some things could be awkward for him and he has been made pitiful now...

Miki_miki
Miki_miki

I actually really curious about it, but then I think "Ah, wait for some times, K-netizens will find it out for me" hahahaha~ Really...they are really...really...really good... I guess they're all investigators for secret organization... LOL

Celeste Nonthe
Celeste Nonthe

@locke06 That was unnecessary. Does it really matter ? That's her way of being. She even said she was sorry because she didn't feel that way. I'm her fan and just seeing rude comments hurts. If you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all.

locke06
locke06

It is not my intention to hurt you in my comment. It is my honest opinion. Just because this is her way of being doesn't mean that it is acceptable or right. And yes, it is necessary and yes it matters. You have to remember that an actress and an actor will probably be a role model of the younger generation. His/her actions and words would be scrutinized by the general public (that is the price of being an public figure)...and because of this reason, she should be more careful with what she had said because it will hurt the other party. Just only saying nice word would be bad for our society because no one would criticize an action that is wrong and by not criticizing, you are passively allowing that action to occur. I'm sorry if it hurts you, but this is honestly what I think. I am, by no mean, being malicious in this matter. If she does something right, I will support her. If she does something wrong, I will criticize her. That's how life is supposed to be.