Korean Cafe Chain Ceo To Be Tried For Blackmailing Celebrity Girlfriend After Breakup

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Korean Cafe Chain CEO To Be Tried For Blackmailing Celebrity Girlfriend After Breakup
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Korean Cafe Chain CEO To Be Tried For Blackmailing Celebrity Girlfriend After Breakup

The CEO of popular Korean cafe chain Coffee Smith will be tried for blackmailing his female celebrity ex-girlfriend (hereafter referred to as “A”) after she told him she wanted to end their relationship.

July 11, the Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office revealed that the CEO, Mr. Son, will be prosecuted without detention.

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According to the prosecutor’s office, Mr. Son, around late 2014, threatened to ruin his girlfriend’s career upon hearing that she wanted to break up. He threatened to release a video of her, and said, “I’ll make it so you can’t appear on television by telling everyone you’re a gold-digger who got money out of me by pretending to want to get married. If you can’t return all the money that I spent on you, then give me at least 100 million won (approximately $86,800).” As a result, between two payments, he received a total of 160 million won (approximately $139,000) from A.

Coffee chain CEO blackmails celebrity ex-girlfriend
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Coffee chain CEO blackmails celebrity ex-girlfriend

The CEO of Korean cafe chain Coffeesmithhas come under fire for blackmailing his celebrity ex-girlfriend A following their breakup.

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On July 11, the Seoul Central District Prosecutor's Office stated CEO Mr. Son (47) is being prosecuted without detention for blackmailing his ex-girlfriend (28) after she broke up with him in late 2014. According to reports, he threatened to release a video of her to damage her career and expose her as a "gold-digger who took money from me by pretending to want to marry me."

Korean Celebrity Who Blamed Tesla For Car Crash Admits Its His Own Fault
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Korean Celebrity Who Blamed Tesla For Car Crash Admits Its His Own Fault

A Korean celebrity who blamed his car crash on Tesla, is now admitting that the accident was actually his fault.

Last year, Son Ji Chang, a well-known veteran singer, and actor from South Korea, attempted to sue American electric car manufacturers, Tesla. He had claimed that his car accelerated by itself, causing him to crash into the garage of his home in California.

This claim is not uncommon to the manufacturer as the car has an autopilot feature, which has been the cause of a few accidents in the past, however, there have also been instances where drivers continue to blame the car and the company when the real cause of the crash was the driver themselves.

Jaejoong Voted By Korean Netizens As The Celebrity With 'The Most Exceptional Looks' & Described Him As 'Sensual'
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Jaejoong Voted By Korean Netizens As The Celebrity With 'The Most Exceptional Looks' & Described Him As 'Sensual'

Korean netizens were asked to vote whether which male idol had the most exceptional looks. After a week of voting, JYJ's Jaejoong got more votes than the rest!

As reported by Koreaboo, the online survey was hosted by an online community portal site in Korea. The survey was participated by 12,932 Korean netizens and ran from April 2 to April 9.

First, the poll asked the netizens which male celebrity had the most exceptional looks. Aside from Jaejoong, G-Dragon of BIG BANG, Kam Nim Gil, Ryu Seung Beom, Jay Park, Yoo Ah In, Lee Dong Wook, Zico, Junsu, Che Seung Won, Kai, TaeminLee Soo Hyuk, Lee Joon Ki, Jung Woo Sung, and many others were also among the options.

Korean Man Stabs Teenager To Death Over A Seat At An Internet Café
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Korean Man Stabs Teenager To Death Over A Seat At An Internet Café

Tensions escalated over a seat at this internet café in Flushing, New York, until one teenager was stabbed to death.

A homeless Korean man, Paul Kim (51), has been charged with manslaughter and criminal possession of a weapon after he was arrested for stabbing a teenager to death at KD Internet Cafe in Flushing, New York.

According to the café owner, Paul Kim was a polite customer who had been visiting his internet café for 6 months. He also sat at one specific computer because it had enough storage space for his bags so that he wouldnt get in anyone elses way.