On August 5, Chinese reports claimed that former co-stars Song Seung Hun and Chinese actress Liu Yifei (Crystal Liu) are dating.
As the legend goes, the chart was first conceived by a scholar during the Song Dynasty and finally ended up buried in the tomb of monk near Beijing for over 700 years.
When archaeologists uncovered and examined the parchment, they found that the chart predicts the sex of your baby with a spooky amount of accuracy.
The original is now held in the Institute of Science in Beijing.
They stated, “After finishing filming they were unable to see each other often, but they kept in touch and started their relationship.
Please look after them positively.” They continued, “It is untrue that they have met each other’s parents.
They have not spoken about marriage yet.” Do you ship them as a real-life couple?
Can a Chinese birth gender chart really help you predict whether your baby will be a boy or girl? It’s human nature to be curious and to want certain things, including the gender of our children.
Some parents really want a boy to carry on the family name and others would love the company and affection of a daughter.
Some people go to great measure to try and affect the gender of their unborn child, but can we really make a difference?