Lee Min Ho and Suzy Bae to split? Miss A singer's latest TV chatter is bombshell on fans

Suzy Bae revealed that the right age for marriage is 31 years -- something that makes marriage to Lee Min Ho a distant possibility.

Suzy Bae posing for Didier Dubot
Suzy Bae posing for Didier Dubot Facebook/MissA.SuzyB

Miss A singer Suzy Bae and 'Legend of the Blue Sea' actor Lee Min Ho make one of the popular Korean couples and therefore rumours keep swirling around over their personal life. The latest is that Suzy and Min Ho are headling to a split -- this is the conclusion drawn by the ardent fans from the latest TV interview of the singer. In the latest episode of "Off the Record," the 22-year-old singer revealed about her wedding plans and when is the best time to get married.

As Suzy revealed that the apt age for marriage is 31 years, the wedding rumours with Lee Min Ho came to rest. Rather it built up new speculations as to whether the couple is possibly breaking up.

Both the high profile stars have tried to stay away from the media when it comes to their love lives. But in the last few episodes of "Off the Record," Miss A singer talked a lot about her personal life and also revealed about how frequently she and her partner go out on a date. Suzy also commented on what she feels life would be like after getting married.

According to the idol, she is highly doubtful whether she is going to marry or not but if she does she is doubtful about her future in the industry. She also revealed that she does not have a specific date in mind when it comes to getting married.

There have been a lot of reports speculating the marriage of the two but it seems to be quite uncertain as Lee Min Ho is going to leave for the military enlistment soon and Suzy cited that the field she works in is uncertain and therefore she is not sure what is going to happen in future.

Amid these marriage rumours, Suzy's statements hints like she is not quite sure about her relationship or marriage. Even if it does eventually happen, it is certainly not happening anytime soon.

This article was first published on February 14, 2017