It was confirmed the pair were dating in August by the actor's agency, FN Entertainment
Jisoo of Blackpink and South Korean actor Ahn Bo Hyun have called it quits.
The former couple had “naturally became distant due to their busy schedules” and went their separate ways as a result, a source revealed to JTBC, as translated by Soompi.
YG Entertainment, who represents Jisoo, has since confirmed news of Jisoo and Ahn's split in a statement to Sports Chosun.
“It is true that Jisoo and Ahn Bo-hyun broke up,” the K-pop company told the outlet.
Reps for the former couple did not immediately return PEOPLE's request for comment.
After local South Korean media reported that Jisoo and Ahn were seen together in Seoul, the actor's agency, FN Entertainment, confirmed to PEOPLE in August that Jisoo and Ahn were an item in August.
"The two are getting to know each other carefully with a good feeling. We would appreciate it if you watch them with warm eyes," a statement from FN Entertainment read.
YG Entertainment, which represents Blackpink, reportedly provided a similar statement to South Korean news agency Yonhap.
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Ahn made his acting debut in the 2014 television series Golden Cross and has since appeared in numerous other series and a few films, per his IMDB page.
As the lead male role in Netflix's My Name, Ahn took home the Excellence Award, Actor in an OTT (Over-the-Top) Drama at the 8th APAN Star Awards in 2022, per Soompi. He also earned the award for his work in Yumi's Cells.
Beyond her musical career in Blackpink, Jisoo is an actor who made her debut as Eun Yeong-ro in the South Korean television series Snowdrop in 2021.
Blackpink wrapped their historic Born Pink (Encore) tour last month after visiting 34 cities and hosting 66 shows around the world. Their final tour performance was at Seoul's Gocheok Sky Dome.
The K-pop group previously headlined Coachella in April, with the girl group — consisting of Jisoo (Kim Jisoo), Jennie (Kim Jennie), Rosé (Park Chaeyoung) and Lisa (Lalisa Manoban) — performing some of their biggest hits.
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