K-pop superstars Sandara Park and G-Dragon at the backstage of the latter's recent Manila concert. | Instagram/@daraxxi

Sandara Park on rumored relationship with G-Dragon: 'Yuck!'
Deni Rose M. Afinidad-Bernardo (philstar.com) - October 12, 2017 - 8:55am

MANILA, Philippines — What is the real score between Sandara Park and G-Dragon?

Many fans have been asking this, following reports of these Korean pop stars’ closeness in concerts and in social media posts.

In an interview with Philstar.com Tuesday night for her launch as Head & Shoulders Supreme ambassador, Sandara or “Dara” stressed that she is not seeing anyone, not even G-Dragon of famed K-pop group Big Bang.

“‘Di ko lang talaga maintindihan kasi we’re really like family so parang, ooh…Yuck! We’re really close na parang there’s nothing special to it,” explained Dara, who was a guest at G-Dragon’s Manila concert last September.

Likewise, she clarified that she never sensed any jealousy from her fellow 2NE1 member, CL or Lee Chae-rin, who was also linked to G-Dragon.

“No, because we’re all very close. Parang siblings!” Dara reiterated.

Dara met with G-Dragon’s fellow Big Bang member, Seungri, last weekend in Boracay. 

In one of Seungri’s social media posts, he said: “This is the first time I’ve spent this long together with Dara.” This was affixed with hashtags, "Daraweekend," “After 10 years,” “We’ve become closer,” and “However still awkward.”



Let's start #Daraweekend #philippine #boracay #manila Ready na ba kayo?

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@daraxxi #daraweekend #boracay

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Seungri was invited to perform in Manila and Boracay.




It can be recalled that Seungri’s photos with Filipina actress Ellen Adarna in Bali went viral last August.

Meanwhile, Dara continues to delight Filipino fans, posting on Twitter about her new "Bayongciaga" bag from Divisoria. 


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