According to those employed in the legal field, this past May 25, Son Ye Jin submitted a request for a revocation of the eviction lawsuit she had filed against two of her tenants. The tenants, in turn, also canceled their ongoing 1 billion KRW (~$859,110 USD) damages suit against the actress.
The lawyer who was in charge of representing Son Ye Jin's case relayed, "Ms. Son and the tenants reached an agreement to extend the lease and cancel all lawsuits." The lease was reported to have been extended to August of 2017.
Last January, Son had purchase a two-story commercial building near Hapjeong Station in Seoul's Seokyo-dong for 9.35 billion KRW (~$8.03 million USD), and since continuously clashed with the tenants regarding the lease length.
The tenants claimed that they formed a verbal agreement with the previous building owner to extend the lease until August of 2017 when in fact the lease ended in August of 2015. Furthermore, the tenants demanded a payment of 300 million KRW (~$257,733 USD) to cover the nominal premium of the building's value.
When talking didn't solve the problem, Son Ye Jin turned the case over to the courts and filed an eviction suit against her tenants this past September. In turn, the tenants filed a counter suit for around 1.02 billion KRW (~$876,292 USD) against the actress in November for impeding their business operations and allegedly suffering financial damages.