FTISLAND’s Lee Hongki admits having a “some” relationship in the past

FTISLAND‘s Lee Hongki recently admitted to having a “some” relationship in the past.

The FNC Entertainment singer participated in an interview with Korean news outlet Star News on July 15th, where he revealed that he had a “some” relationship, but that it had ended. The term “some relationship” became popular after the release of Soyou and Juggigo’s mega-hit track “Some,” which was released just over two years ago.

Lee Hongki revealed that although they had continued to meet each other, he started bowling and did not contact her often after that. He also revealed that even though his “some” relationship has ended, the two have stayed in touch.

On July 18th, FTISLAND will be releasing their 6th album, Where’s the Truth?, which was produced and composed by the members themselves. The group released the music video for the album’s title track, “Take Me Now,” on July 17th. “Take Me Now” is an upbeat rock/metal track that illustrates FTISLAND’s uniqueness in the Korean music industry.

Check out the music video for “Take Me Now” below!

Source: Star News, 1theK’s Official YouTube Channel, and Bugs