On November 2, Song Joong Ki's agency Blossom Entertainment stated, "We realize that a Chinese site live streamed Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo's wedding. We won't be countering anything related to this. It was a good wedding day, and it's already been decided there won't be any legal action against something that can't be changed."
Police have also responded to rumors that the culprit behind the drones spotted above the wedding venue has been captured. A rep from a Seoul Police Station stated, "The reports saying the individual who filmed Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo's wedding with drones was detained are completely false. It's true someone flew a drone in the Jangchung neighborhood, but the person didn't film the Song-Song wedding. The individual flew the drone over Jangchungdan Park, and the wedding wasn't filmed. He did violate an airspace law, which was settled with a fine."
In other news, Song Hye Kyo and Song Joong Ki have departed to Europe for their honeymoon.