Gain, Ju Ji Hoon break up after 3 years: Report

Gain and Ju Ji Hoon have recently separated after going through an on-again-off-again relationship.

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Ju Ji Hoon (left) and Gain KeyEast and Facebook

Singer Gain of Brown Eyed Girls and Korean actor Ju Ji Hoon have broken up after three years in a relationship. Korean news site Daily Sports reported according to a source, Gain and Ju Ji Hoon have recently separated after going through an on-again-off-again relationship.

Gain and Ju Ji Hoon admitted their relationship in 2014. He previously appeared in Gain's music video.

The news came after Gain posted on her Instagram account last month that a friend of Ju Ji Hoon named Park Jung Wook offered her illegal drugs.

She made it after Big Bang's T.O.P was indicted for using marijuana four times together with a female trainee at his home in Seoul.

"As most of you are already aware, I'm dating a man who used to be a drug user (Of course, he received all the punishment and now lives his life to the fullest and honestly). However, even as I am dating Joo Ji Hoon, his friend Park Jung Wook offered me marijuana," she said then, AllKPop reported.

Gain said the offer "was very tempting because I was not mentally strong at the time."

"But I've been living my life with no regret and won't ever use something like marijuana in the future as I'm already under morphine that's legally provided. If you guys feel this is unfair then you can smoke that marijuana and go to jail or hurt like crazy and use morphine to ease the pain. But I'm warning you, next time you offer me marijuana, you'll die," she warned.

After making her post, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency began investigating her claim. They questioned Gain over her post and her boyfriend's friend.

Now the police announced that Park has been cleared of any suspicion about drugs, the Korea Herald reported.

Marijuana is a prohibited substance under Korean law. Any use of the drug can lead to imprisonment of up to five years and a fine of up to 50 million won ($43,212).

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