Korean actress  Han Ga In was revealed to have suffered a miscarriage in May this year, shortly after her pregnancy was reported. Her agency issued an official announcement just a few days ago about the miscarriage.

DramaFever fans are familiar with Han Ga In for her lead role opposite Kim Soo Hyun in the historical romance The Moon That Embraces The Sun, and, more recently, in the movie Architecture 101. Her husband Yun Jung Hoon also has quite a few works here, such as Vampire Prosecutor, Vampire Prosecutor 2, and Can Love Become Money. After 9 years of marriage, they were delighted to find that Han Ga In was pregnant earlier this year. Han was so happy that she decided not to act and to focus on prenatal care instead.

According to the news report, the couple had not intended to release the news of the pregnancy when it became public. She was pregnant for 7 weeks at the time. Unfortunately, it was only a little while afterwards that the miscarriage occurred in May. It has taken them some time to come to terms with the loss and finally issue an announcement about the sad loss.

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On September 24, Han Ga In's agency, BH Entertainment, released the following statement:

"A little after the happy news of Han Ga In′s pregnancy was shared in early 2014, she unfortunately experienced great pain due to a natural miscarriage around May. During the early stage of her pregnancy, a time when a mother must be the most careful, the news of her pregnancy was unwillingly revealed to the public, followed by a miscarriage a bit after. As it was a huge time of sorrow, the family members all needed time to heal."

The statement continued, "Han Ga In experienced a very sorrowful event, but found stability again with the help of her family members. Please continue to send her words of comfort and encouragement."

We would like to extend our sincere condolences and warmest wishes to Han Ga In and Yun Jung Hoon.

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