According to Sooseo Police, the outcome of the polygraph check alongsidethe girl in her 30s, who accused Lee Jin-wook of sexual assault, indicates a lie.
Seoul Sooseo Police carried out polygraph tests eitherat thegirl and Lee Jin-wook on July 21st. The test effectsimply a lie for the woman 'A' and 'indecipherable' for Lee Jin-wook.
The police will conclude the investigation in line withthe result of the polygraph tests, the statements from both the woman and Lee Jin-wook and other evidences collected.
'A' attended the police investigations 4 times after she filed a complaint opposed to Lee Jin-wook for sexual attack on July 14th. As the result of the polygraph tests grew to become out to signify 'a lie', she admitted she had made a false accusation all over the fourth investigation on July 26th.
As 'A' confessed her false accusation, it's far presumed that Lee Jin-wook may beready to transparent his call and 'A' will be prosecuted for false accusation.
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterNetizens are in disarray after reacting in a other way to a post accusing Oh My Girl for racist intent in their newest Windy Days promotions.
Recently, Oh My Womanwas oncein the midst of a racism and racist appropriation accusation as they released their tune “Windy Days.” Even ifthe reality that the track contained hints of the usage of South Asian influence, enthusiasts were grew to become off with the style they behaved when asked about the foundationat the back of their music and choreography.
A fan and her post also were given attention after it enumerated the volume of times the participants were called out for behaving inappropriately and exhibiting stereotypical moves when asked about their choreography. It turned into besides pointed out that ever since “Windy Days” was released, the gang has been labelled by way of the fans as “curry-dols” and named their dance “Aladdin dance” after the South Asian impression in their current comeback.
Actor Lee Jin Wook Accused Of Sexual Assault; Firm Respondskokoberry July 15, 2016 0 Actor Lee Jin Wook has been accused of sexual assault.
On July 15, a police source printed that a lady in her early 30s (hereafter often known as A) filed the lawsuit on July 14. Her complaint has been officially gainedthrough Suseo Police Station.
In the early hours of July 14, A reported the sexual assault through One ForestallMiddle (a police medical institution for sufferers of sexual assault, domestic violence, and other crimes). After investigating the case, it used to be transferred to Suseo Police Station. A has since retained a lawyer.
Following their investigation of the plaintiff, the police can be investigating Lee Jin Wook. A police source said, Because it hasnt been long because the eventbecome transferred, we have got yet to analyze the plaintiff.
His agency CCO ENS stated, There has been no such incident. After checking with him, he acknowledged that he doesnt know about it. We can taketo determine more main pointsyet we are reasonably taken aback.
Lee Jin Wook maximumthese daysgave the impression in the drama Good-bye Mr. Black and the film Time Renegades. He was scheduled to wait an awards ritenowadays for stars who made Korean motion pictures shine brightly in 2016, but has since canceled his plans because of this news.
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3kstocksShare on FacebookShare on Twitter Practicallystraight away afterwards their debut, Jellyfish Entertainment girl group Gugudan used to be defendant of plagiarizing their logo, with netizens suggesting that they without delay copied male group Snupers heart-shaped logo.
And soon after rumors started spreading about their plagiarism, fanaticsexposed more examples of the gang allegedly stealing concepts from other groups. As neatly as their logo controversy and the use of senior teams for media play, the women have also been criticized for their greeting and choreography.
According to netizens, Gugudans greeting felt like a mixtureof 2 rookie groups TWICE and NCT. Whilst NCTs greeting line is To the arena NCT, Gugudan had an overlyan identical line of work One Step to the World. And while theyve since replaced their greeting, the crewbecome likewise criticized for containing their hands up in the very same way as Two timesall through their introduction.
As for choreography, Gugudan has been accused of copying portionsin their dance from fellow woman groups TWICE, Apink, and Oh My Girl. Employing screenshots and gifs to compare the dance choreography, many fans were convinced that the dance was a alamgam of stolen moves.
Check out the track video for Gugudans debut song Wonderland below:
Share on FacebookShare on TwitterAlthough Jellyfish Entertainments new lady group Gugudan just made their debut, theyve already been stuck in their first controversy.
Shortly after making their debut, enthusiastsspotted that the teams logo looked incredibly familiar. And after just a little of research, netizens have accused the crowd of plagiarizing their logo from rookie male idol group Snuper. Comparing Gugudans crimson heart-shaped logo, which resembles a pass between a G and a 9, to Snupers blue middle logo, netizens concluded that the 2glance too very an identical to be a coincidence.
Check out the song video for Gugudans debut track Wonderland below:
It has been brought to netizens' attention, specifically that of EXO-L's, that a womancrewcould have copied EXO's logo and name.
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The lady group's name, which is stylized as EX.T, now notmost effective sounds very identical to EXO yet EX.T's logo also looks too just like EXO's logo...or so the netizens claim. They also noted that the emblem looked too much like BTOB's.
Top netizen comments in this post read, "Omg...? That logo becomes EXO's centerwhilst you fold it...wouldn't SM say something? Lee Soo Man has excessive pride over that logo.." "What's with that logo. I willrealize the 'EX' section but why does the 'T' appear to be that?" "That's loopy the logo is the f*cking same..do EXO-L's know this?" "They are just a dance team ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ" "The one at thesome distanceappropriate is pretty," and, "Hey, they arethe folks that busk on the streets of Hongdae."
Girl’s Day member Yura and actors Park search engine optimization Joon and Lee Dong Wook are slated to appear on an upcoming episode of SBS form display “Running Man.”
According to a media source on August 17, the 3 stars participated in filming for the early life special of “Running Man,” all through which the forged and visitors tackle missions that take position close to university campuses in Seoul.
The episode featuring Yura, Park search engine optimization Joon, and Lee Dong Wook will air in mid August.
Meanwhile, Park search engine optimization Joon and Lee Dong Wook either big name in the film “Beauty Inside,” that will open in theaters on August 20. Yura is making ready with her team Girl’s Day a eastern album this is slated for free up in September.
Are you having a look ahead to seeing those stars on “Running Man”?
Previously, Brown Eyed Girls‘ Ga In has been accused of plagiarizing her latest music video. Fans of her have come to her defense against plagiarism accusation from American brand Xoticy and its creator Monica Wilson, uploading various videos of other dancers with similar moves as alleged proof.
On the popular community website portal, DC Inside, a fan published a thread in the “Brown Eyed Girls Gallery” with the title, “Ga In choreography plagiarism accusation counter data,” and posted a series of videos that showed many others using similar moves Xoticy has claimed as their own original moves in their accusation against Ga In.
The original author of the post included an edited version of Xoticy’s original plagiarism accusations, making an argument that the moves are so generic that many others have been seen dancing the same or alternative moves for years even before 2009.
Following the initial release of Xoticy’s “call-to-action” public announcement on March 13th, which has since gained 130,000 views, many have been commenting that the video is just a ploy to gain attention.
In response, Monica Wilson replied through her Twitter with a series of tweets on March 14th PST stating, “When you’re not mentally mature you will never understand a mature situation.  If you don’t have facts just be unheard.  Humans apply too much time Into defending a situation with No facts. That’s wasting time on earth. Life is too great to do a such thing. ”
“Just look at the Time and date stamp on videos and that will tell you your answer. #ResearchPpl.  How can one speak on a stripper when you’ve never lived in a stripper shoes? Strippers dance sexy NOT Xoticy BIG Difference. No comparing.  Just because it’s new to you doesn’t mean it’s New.  I want attention? HA Attention don’t pay bills. I help women via dance #Fact #Xoticy Created by Myself. My style of dance. My sexy. ” (March 15th)
In other news, Ga In’s title track “Apple” has been banned from non-cable networks due to its suggestive lyrics, and the original choreography for “Paradise Lost” is not allowed to be performed on said networks as well due to the dance’s nature.
A fancam of Girl"s Day making their red carpet entrance at "The 4th GAON Kpop Awards" is creating a buzz as the video features fans screaming and swearing at the idols.
On January 28, an Bestiz post titled, "The thoughtless people who cursed at Girl"s Day"s face today," brought attention to this fancam. In the clip shown above (note: the uploader of the video above has now replaced the original audio with music possibly due to negative comments), the members can be seen posing for the cameras on the red carpet. As they pose, people from the crowd are heard screaming angrily at them, saying various swear words such as, "Get out you b*tch!" as well as rudely shouting at them, "Hey, what are you!" and "Hey you!"
Some netizens have pointed out that the Girl"s Day members appear to be uncomfortable in the video as if they are aware that they are being insulted. While Sojin appears shaken from the beginning of the video, Yura looks around nervously when the girls are taking pictures.
Other fancams of the same incident have also been uploaded. In the first clip shown below, at the 0:22 mark, a fan can be heard screaming, "Get out, get out, get out! (Naga, naga, naga!)" In the second clip shown below, at the 0:16 mark, fans can be heard murmuring Sojin"s name as well as mentioning an "oppa." At the 0:23 mark, a fan asks, "How could [she/they] come out?"
The netizen who originally made the post writes, "The people who attended "The 4th GAON Kpop Awards" red carpet, please apologize via Twitter or some online community. [To everyone else], reply with which fandom you think they"re from."
While some netizens were unable to guess as to which fandom the swearing crowd belonged, the boy group EXO was brought up repeatedly among the comments. Netizens speculate EXO-Ls (EXO fans) were the ones swearing at Girl"s Day due to recent rumors of Sojin and EXO member D.O. dating. EXO-Ls were also believed to have driven Sojin to make her Instagram private just a few weeks ago.
This speculated behavior is leading netizens to compare EXO fans to members of Ilbe, an internet humor site known to use its freedom of speech to say and do controversial things.
Netizen comments read, "I wonder if the EXO fans will come out again saying there"s no evidence that it"s them, just like with the ticketing controversy," "Does calling yourself a good EXO fan mean being comparable to anIlbe member?" and, "We should call these fans EX-be (combination of EXO and Ilbe), what else could we call them? There should be a distinction between EXO-Ls and EX-bes. Those who sacrifice even their sanity to their oppas and will show that anywhere are EX-bes. EXO can cause this much of a social phenomenon."
The MBC Saturday Sunday drama "Hotel King" Lee Dong Wook warned Jin Tae Hyun. On the fourteenth episode of the MBC Saturday Sunday drama "Hotel King" which aired on May 25, 2014, Roman Lee, played by Jin Tae Hyun, approached Ah Mo Nae, played by Lee Da Hae, who is the C.E.O. of the C. L. Hotel, on purpose. Cha Jae Wan, played by Lee Dong Wook, who is the manager of the hotel, warned him, "CEO has nothing to do with your business (building a casino at the hotel). Please do not approach her anymore." Roman Lee replied to Cha Jae Wan, "The reason for this fight is that woman. I will take a note of this," threatening Cha Jae Wan. In related news, the new MBC Saturday Sunday drama "Hotel King" is a story of a heiress, played by Lee Da Hae, who does her best to keep the only seven star hotel in the nation, and her love story with the manager of the hotel, played by Lee Dong Wook. Actors Lee Duk Hwa, Lee Da Hae, Lee Dong Wook, and Kim Hye Sook star in the new MBC Saturday Sunday drama "Hotel King."