The South Korean states that his focus is on the Olympics, and offered up compatriots Lee Chung-Yong and Park Chu-Young as the possible Loftus Road target instead
Mark Hughes has already brought players such as goalkeeper Rob Green to Loftus Road this summer, and the club has been heavily linked with a £7-8 million move for the South Korean.
The 23-year-old insisted that his primary focus is the upcoming Olympic games, and put forward the names of Lee Chung-Yong and Park Chu-Young as other Koreans that QPR's Monday press conference could be introducing.
"I heard that QPR will have a press conference on [June] 9 with Korean player but I won't be there," Sung-Yueng told reporters.
"I know that QPR showed interest in me but I don't know what's going on right now. Anyway, I'm not the player who will attend press conference, it's 100%.
"I have not decided my future, now is time to focus on [the] Olympics. It's uncomfortable to see many transfer news about me. I don't even want to know the stories unless I receive an offer.
"Who would go to QPR? I'm curious. Maybe Lee Chung-Yong or Park Chu-Young?"