HyunA revealed her separation with longtime boyfriend and fiancé DAWN on Instagram.
HyunA revealed her separation with DAWN on November 30, 2022. The musician announced on Instagram that she and DAWN have chosen to call it quits. Fans didn’t want the power couple to split up, so this is shocking the internet.
Instagram Post by HyunA
She published this post to share the news:
“We parted ways.
We’ve made the decision to be great friends and coworkers.
We appreciate your support and kind thoughts toward us.
Dawn and Hyun
Beginning their romance in 2016, HyunA and DAWN made their relationship public in 2018. On February 3, 2022, the K-pop singers announced their formal engagement. They made synchronised posts on Instagram to announce their engagement. DAWN shared a video with the caption “Marry Me” and a picture of their matching wedding bands. HyunA responded by posting the same video and saying, “Of course it’s a yes.”
It is quite tough to accept that the cutest K-Pop pair is no longer together. Following the announcement of their love, HyunA and DAWN both experienced a great deal of difficulty. They were expelled from CUBE Entertainment, their previous management company.
On October 15, 2018, CUBE Entertainment ended their agreement with HyunA, and on November 14, 2018, it did the same with DAWN. The pair joined PSY’s agency P NATION shortly after and continued to be a solid unit. Following their joining P NATION, they produced several incredible hits. As seen by the success of each of their releases, they were both succeeding in their individual solo careers.
The duo collaborated on the song “PING PONG,” which was released on September 9, 2022, last year. It was a really lively song, and both of their vocals complemented one another and showed off how well-matched they were on stage. HyunA’s confirmation of their separation today has left all of the fans feeling conflicted. We hope for the best for HyunA and DAWN in the future.
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