Mao inoue dating
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ET Today reported that Japan's Hana Yori Dango actors Jun Matsumoto and Mao Inoue have been dating for 9 years already.Could it be that their pairing for the popular Japanese manga live-action remake paved the way for a sweet romance between Jun Matsumoto and Mao Inoue?
Moreover, the couple has been spotted by the Japanese press together and Jun Matsumoto even attended Mao Inoue's stage play "Miwa" last year.It is said that aside from that their engagement will be announced at the year’s end, and the wedding ceremony will take place when the filming for Inoue’s drama ends after September of next tear.At any rate, their relationship has been nine years long.” (A reporter for a women’s magazine) Matsumoto and Inoue met when starring together in the drama that aired in 2005, “Hana Yori Dango.” From there, their relationship started.“They were seen on dates multiple times, but because Johnny’s Jimusho greatly opposed the relationship, the vast majority of women’s magazines were pressured to not report it.Unless if their management agencies will meddle the relationship between Jun Matsumoto and Mao Inoue and force them to split for career reasons, the couple might get married before 2014 ends.This is the only recent time they did not deny about their relationship.
Inoue Mao (27) who will star in NHK’s Taiga drama “Hana Moyu” and Matsumoto Jun (31) of Arashi have gained a lot of attention for the alleged announcement of their engagement which is said to be happening by the end of this year.
“It seems that Johnny’s Jimusho, who was against their relationship has reluctantly accepted it.
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Mao Inoue was born on January 9, 1987 in Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan.
She is an actress, known for Boku no hatsukoi wo kimi ni sasagu (2009), Yôkame no semi (2011) and Shirayuki hime satsujin jiken (2014).