The agencies of Park Na Rae and Sung Hoon have announced their plans to take strong legal action against those spreading malicious rumors.
On May 15, the agencies representing Park Na Rae and Sung Hoon released separate statements condemning the rumors of sexual nature involving the two stars that have recently circulated various online communities.
Read the statements below:
Park Na Rae
“Hello. This is comedian Park Na Rae’s agency JDB Entertainment.
We are conveying our official stance on the malicious rumors regarding our agency artist Park Na Rae that are currently circulating mainly online communities, social media, messenger, and more.
We judged that we can no longer tolerate this current situation that defames the reputation of our agency artist and causes suffering to not only her, but her family and acquaintances, so we’ve decided to take strict legal action against those who spread false information in order to protect our agency artist.
We will use all means to take legal action with regards to all acts, such as the first person to write and spread the malicious rumor, and the repeated spread of false information as if it were true, and there will be no settlements or agreements regarding this.
Once again, we thank those who love our agency artist and JDB Entertainment will do our best to protect the rights of our artist through active responses.”
“Hello. This is actor Sung Hoon’s agency Stallion Entertainment.
We announce that the rumors regarding Sung Hoon that are currently circulating online communities and social media are clearly false information.
We cannot ignore this current situation that defames the reputation of our agency actor and causes suffering to not only him but his family, and we plan to take strong legal action.
We are currently monitoring and tracking the IPs of those generating rumors as if they were true and spreading them indiscriminately, and we will respond strongly without any settlements or agreements.
Following this too, we will take strict legal responsibility regarding all false information posted and spread online without any fact-checking.
Stallion Entertainment will do our best to protect our agency artist.”