Photo credit to weibo.com/benballer
Justin Bieber kissed Sandara Park on the cheek. – Photo credit to weibo.com/benballer

MANILA- International pop-star Justin Bieber stirred a buzz after a photo of him kissing Korean singer Sandara Park gone viral.

The photo, which has become a web hit on social networking sites and various K-pop boards, shows the 19-year-old heartthrob singer kissing Park on her cheek as she smiles before the camera.

The said photo with caption “Last night in the VIP room with Justin & Dara #heartbreaker” was uploaded by Korean-American jeweller Ben Baller on his micro-blogging site Weibo.

The post gained more than 1,400 likes and comments.

Moreover, the photo was allegedly taken at Jay Park’s launch party for his hip-hop label AOMG (Above Ordinary Music Group), where several K-pop stars including Park were reported to be in attendance at the high-profile event.

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Park isn’t the only member of 2NE1 that Bieber got intimate with that night. Baller also uploaded a picture from the party of Justin kissing Lee Chaelin.

Maybe Justin induced his new friends the way they say hello in America. Whatever it is, it’s clear that he really enjoyed his time in South Korea.

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A source reportedly spilled out that another reunion may not be far off between Justin and Selena.

“Justin is going hard to get her back,” the source said. “They weren’t talking but he wore her down again and she’s taking his calls again. She wants to keep it strictly friends, but it’s a slippery slope on that because they have such intense chemistry, she’s just built up walls to protect herself,” the source added.

“Justin has major game, he’s good at saying all the right things,” the source continued. “And he’s looking hot! I’d say there’s a good chance they’ll go for another round.”

Bieber was in South Korea for his “Believe” concert series, which kicked off in September last year. He is in a middle of his Asian tour and will also perform in China, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand and other countries.

Arvia Claudine O. Denalo
ABCom/Leyte Normal University