(Photo : Photo courtesy of Visit Korea)South Korean actor Jung Gyu Woon had to be rushed to the hospital onFriday, after he was cut reportedly cut by a "falling knife" in hiskitchen.
"He was organizing items for his newlywed house, putting some kitchentools above the refrigerator," a rep from Jung's management companyFantagio Entertainment told Newsen.
"He opened the refrigerator door and the tools fell. A knife fell as well and unexpectedly gave him a wound."
"Because it bled, he went to the emergency room, but it was a smallwound. He returned home after basic treatment," the rep added.
"Jung Gyu Woon, himself, is also bewildered by this, but it's not aninjury that should cause worries or a case that should be blown up. He'sapologetic for making people worry."
Jung's spokesperson also claimed reports of how serious the 31-year-old actor had been injured were exaggerated.
"It's true that Jung Gyu Woon did go to the emergency room with aknife injury, but it's not true that his wound is [over two inches]deep," the spokesperson said.
Jung began his acting career in the 2004 mobile drama "Five Stars."
A popular format in South Korea, mobile dramas are content created for viewers to watch on their phone.
The actor soon graduated to television, starring in over a dozentelevision dramas like "Dr. Champ" and "Loving You a Thousand Times,"before landing his first starring role in a feature film as AssistantManager Woo in 2012's "The Spy."
Yet, Jung has continued to work in the small screen medium, mostrecently earning rave reviews for his portrayal of a corporate spy inthe Seoul Broadcasting System television drama "History of a Salesman."
Jung plans to marry his girlfriend of three years in Seoul in April,according to eNEWS. His fianc, a 32-year-old former model, currentlyworks as a web designer.