In response to the swirling speculations surrounding the romantic involvement of K-pop icons HyunA and Yong Junhyung, their respective management agencies have stepped forward to address the rumors and provide clarity on the matter.

HyunA’s agency, AT AREA, took the initiative to release an official statement to the media, asserting their stance on the issue.

In a communication shared with the media outlet Joy News24, AT AREA firmly stated, “We are not involved in [HyunA’s] personal matters”. The agency’s succinct remark emphasized their commitment to maintaining a boundary between the personal lives of their artists and the public sphere.
Shortly thereafter, Yong Junhyung’s agency, BLACK MADE, also issued a statement to address the speculation surrounding the dating rumors. Speaking to the media outlet Newsen, BLACK MADE approached the matter delicately, recognizing the sensitivity of personal relationships. Their statement read, “As it is the artist’s private life, it is difficult to confirm. We ask for your understanding”. The agency’s response reflected a desire for privacy and understanding from the public, respecting the personal space of their artist.
The dating rumors had gained momentum when a photo of HyunA and Yong Junhyung surfaced, depicting the two holding hands on a beach. The image quickly captured the attention of fans and the media, sparking widespread speculation about the nature of their relationship. The agencies’ statements, while not explicitly confirming or denying the rumors, shed light on their commitment to respecting the privacy of their artists and the acknowledgment of the intricacies involved in navigating personal matters in the public eye.

As fans eagerly await further developments, both AT AREA and BLACK MADE have set a tone of discretion, urging understanding and respect for the private lives of the artists they represent. The response from the agencies adds an intriguing layer to the unfolding narrative, leaving room for continued speculation and anticipation among fans and the wider K-pop community.

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