What’s Going On with #MondayCouple Song Ji Hyo and Gary???

kpride, Sept. 11, 2015, 11:25 a.m.


Running Man cast members Song Ji Hyo and Gary, better known as #MondayCouple, recently made an appearance on the Chinese talk show ‘Day Day Up’.  The show has released image cuts showing the couple in some very couple like situations. 

According to the show's weibo update, Jihyo firstly hesitated saying that they only do skinship on Mondays but the host are very persistent calling them 'everyday couple' and even joked that they can air their episode on Monday.

Cheon Seong Im, better known by her stage name Song Ji-hyo is a South Korean actress, television presenter and former model. She first made her acting debut in Wishing Stairs (2003), one of the films in the Whispering Corridors film series. Her notable roles include being the ballerina Min Hyo-rin in the popular television series Princess Hours (2006), Lady Ye So-ya in Jumong (2007), The Queen in A Frozen Flower (2008), Oh Jin-hee in Emergency Couple (2014) and Kim Soo-jin in Ex-Girlfriend Club (2015). Song gained international fame for being the only female member of the popular Korean variety show Running Man, which made her popularity rise across Asia. Her frank, easy-going personality endeared her to many Korean and international fans.

Kang Gun Hee, better known by his stage name Gary is a South Korean rapper, songwriter, record producer, dancer, entrepreneur, and television personality. Gary is the rapper and lyricist of the respected hip-hop duo, Leessang. Since their formation in 2002, the group has produced a total of eight albums and had several hits under their belt. In 2014, Gary made his debut as a solo artist with the mini-album Mr.Gae. Despite the album being banned by all major TV broadcast stations for its 19+ content, his songs still managed to top several charts. He and long time collaborator Jung In later went on to formed the duo, Jung In & Gary. The two released the chart topping single "Your Scent" and "Bicycle."

 

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