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The bullying controversy involving Song Ha Yoon and Nam Joo Hyuk has entered its second round. Accusers claiming to have been victimized by the two have begun to take more proactive steps in making their grievances known.

One accuser, identified as A, brought forth more detailed allegations of physical assault by Song Ha Yoon on the 8th during an episode of JTBC’s Scandal Supervisor. A stated on the broadcast that despite Song Ha Yoon’s denials of school violence, A suffered injuries lasting over four weeks after being beaten up by Song, who reportedly used not just her hands but also her feet. It was claimed that the incident led to a disciplinary committee at school and the enforced transfer of Song Ha Yoon and other perpetrators involved.

On the show, A remarked, “While other students involved in the bullying came to my house to kneel and apologize, Kim Mi Sun (Song Ha Yoon’s real name) did not.”

Another accuser stepping forward against actor Nam Joo Hyuk has officially entered legal proceedings. B, who has accused Nam Joo Hyuk of school bullying, was recently fined 7 million KRW (approximately $5,600) for defamation in a summary order. Journalist C, who reported on these allegations, also received a fine of 7 million KRW. In response, B has filed for a formal trial at the Uijeongbu District Court’s Goyang branch to ascertain the truth.

The indictment includes two parts: one claiming that B told C about being bullied by Nam Joo Hyuk’s group, which C misreported as bullying by Nam Joo Hyuk himself. The second part involves B, who witnessed a friend being bullied by Nam Joo Hyuk and intends to call classmates who were directly bullied as witnesses to determine the truth of Nam Joo Hyuk’s bullying allegations.

As the drama unfolds, all eyes are increasingly on this case, especially with Nam Joo Hyuk wrapping up his military service this coming September.


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