It was a picture right out of a K-drama -- one of a dark room where footballer Ki Sung Yueng had lit candles to outline a heart and spell out the initials of the woman he loves, actress Han Hye Jin.In fact, there was a scene like that in "The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry," in which Kim Beom created a romantic runway using lit candles in a hallway.But this was real life and the picture showed up on the soccer player's Kakao account, kdramastars reported. Meant only for family and friends to see, the picture somehow got leaked to the public, causing a confusion of rumors about whether Ki Sung Yeung had used the picture to propose to his actress girlfriend.It has only been a few weeks since the couple announced that they were dating. Although rumors have since surfaced that the couple's families met and preparations for a wedding are underway, neither Ki Sung Yeung nor Han Hye Jin have confirmed those rumors.On Twitter, Han Hye Jin followed up the photo leak with a statement that no promises have been made."We thought a lot about this relationship beforehand," the actress tweeted. "But we haven't discussed the details. If we ever talk about marriage, you will hear it from us."Han Hye Jin was recently cast in the movie, "When A Man Loves A Woman," with Hwang Jeong Min. She made, her kdrama breakthrough in 2005 when she starred as a young widow in the drama "Be Strong, Geum Soon!" She is well known for playing the role So Seo No in the historical epic "Jumong" and she is one of the hosts of the popular television talk show "Healing Camp."Han is no stranger to the kind of media attention that can occur when celebrities date. She previously dated singer Naul of the R&B group Browneyed Soul. Her sister Han Moo Young is married to actor Kim Kang Woo.Fans had mixed reactions to the leaked photos. Netizens wondered how the pictures got leaked if they were only meant for close friends and family. And one netizen commented that those who did have access to the photos should never have leaked them.But other fans found the gesture adorable and were glad to see that real life occasionally does imitate romantic dramas. What's your take on this gesture?