Actress Park Hye Soo directly expressed her position on the allegation of school violence.
On the afternoon of the 9th, Park Hye-soo was invited to the ‘Korean Cinema Today-Vision‘ section of the 27th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) held at the preview room of the Film Promotion Committee in U-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan on the afternoon of the 9th. ) attended.
Park Hye-soo, who appeared on stage with a nervous expression, greeted, “Hello, this is Park Hye-soo.” She continued, “It’s a long since I’ve greeted you like this. Thank you so much for coming like this. I’m thrilled to be able to be with you here.”
Park Hye-soo, who appeared in public for the first time in about two years after the alleged bullying in February last year, said, “I’m going to tell you because there are probably people who are curious about my situation.”
“I’m trying to solve the situation with my best while not avoiding it,” she said confidently.
She continued, “If you wait a little longer, I will create an opportunity to tell you in more detail when the exact situation is settled.” “Thank you so much for coming here today. I want to thank the director, PD, the staff, (Kim) Si-eun, and everyone who worked with me.”
Park Hye-soo temporarily suspended her activities in February last year after being caught up in allegations of bullying. At the time, she said, “The claims of those who claim school violence are false,” but her controversy continued. Waves continued, such as the postponement of the KBS drama “Dear.M,” in which Park Hye-soo starred in her lead role.
Park Hye-soo will also participate in the conversation with the audience of the movie “Kimi to Boku,” which is held every day until the 12th.