Blackpink star Jisoo and her beau Ahn Bo-hyun have broken up.
The K-pop star and the South Korean actor “naturally became estranged from each other due to their busy schedules,” JTBC revealed on Tuesday.
Representatives for the “Itaewon Class” star confirmed the split in a statement to Sports Chosun, but weren’t immediately available to Page Six for a comment.
Jisoo, 28, and Bo-hyun, 35, were first romantically linked in August when they were spotted together in Seoul, South Korea, FN Entertainment reported, per People.
“The two are getting to know each other carefully with a good feeling. We would appreciate it if you watch them with warm eyes,” a statement to the outlet read.
Bo-hyun appears to have his hands full as he preps for the release of his film “Noryang: Sea of Death” in December, JTBC reported.
His other film “2 O’Clock Date” is also expected to be released soon.
As for the “How You Like That” songstress, she is considering taking a role in the film “Omniscient Reader’s Perspective,” according to the outlet.
The singer-turned-actress first made her debut on screen in 2021 for the Korean TV series “Snowdrop.”
Jisoo also just wrapped up her world tour with Blackpink last month.
The all-girl band featuring Jennie Kim, Lalisa and Rosé had been touring since October 2022 for their “Born Pink” concert series.
The group — who became a national sensation after making their debut in 2016 — experienced a scare during their Melbourne, Australia concert in June.
During their set, Kim suffered a “deteriorating condition” resulting in the “Pink Venom” hitmakers having to call off their show.
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Footage from the incident showed the singer breathing heavily while nearly falling over on stage.
“JENNIE expressed her strong determination to carry on with the performance until the end, a statement from the group’s reps said in a statement.
“However, following medical advice on site, we immediately took measures to ensure she receives ample rest and stability.”
At the time, “The Idol” star had just made her debut on the HBO series starring Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye and Lily Rose-Depp.
The series came under scrutiny by critics for its horrific sex scenes and was blasted as “comically bad.”