K-Pop Stars HyunA and Dawn Break Up After 6 Years Together

The K-pop power couple HyunA and Dawn have officially broken up after getting engaged earlier this year. Scroll down for all the details on the musicians’ separation.

By Alexandra Bellusci Nov 30, 2022 6:30 PMTags
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K-pop stars HyunA and Dawn are no longer 1+1. 

The "Change" singer revealed the news of her split from the former Pentagon member in a short statement posted to Instagram Nov. 30.

"We broke up," HyunA wrote in in Korean. "We decided to remain good friends and colleagues from now on. Thank you always for your support and for looking over us fondly."

In the comments K-pop fans reacted to the news of the breakup, which came several months after the pair got engaged in February 2022. "Ok now I officially don't believe in love," one fan wrote, with another showing a message of support for the singer, noting, "Hyuna, we are with you!! we will always be with you! it's your decision, and of course we will support it! we love you!"

Dawn has yet to publicly comment on the news. 

Earlier this year, HyunA and Dawn confirmed they'd gotten engaged by sharing an intimate clip of themselves to Instagram sporting matching ring sets on those fingers. The "Ping Pong" singer captioned the Feb. 3 post of the pair, "MARRY ME," with HyunA reposting the video and writing, "Of course, it's a yes."

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The former couple first started dating in 2016 but did not publicly confirm their relationship until 2018. Later that year, the two signed under P Nation, the company founded by PSY. However, HyunA and Dawn recently parted ways with the label in August.

The "Ice Cream" singer reposted the label's statement to her Instagram Aug. 29 that read in part, "Their passion as artists and their consideration and care for the staff became examples for everyone. All the members of P Nation will treasure the enjoyable memories with HyunA and DAWN for a long time, and we will continuously support their future activities going forward."

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Dawn commented on HyunA's post, showing his support, "Moving forward, let's freely and coolly make music, perform and love. I love you."

He also added a separate message to his followers on his Instagram Stories noting, "Thank you. I'll show you an even better side of me in the future."

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