Reflection is over… the famous actress who was heavily embroiled in the ‘school violence controversy’ returns after 1 year and 8 months

Actress Park Hye-soo was embroiled in school violence last year....

Actress Park Hye Soo, embroiled in a controversy over school violence, is scheduled to return after a year and eight months.

OSEN reported that Park Hye-soo would attend the 27th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF). She is Park Hye-soo and participates in the official event of the new Korean film ‘You and I (Kimi to Boku),’ where she was invited to the ‘2022 Busan International Film Festival‘ section of the Busan International Film Festival.

According to reports, the GV of ‘You and I’ will be held on the 10th, 11th, and 12th, starting on the 9th, and Park Hye-soo will attend all four schedules with director Cho Hyun-Cheol.

In response, Park Hye-soo’s agency, Studio Santa Clause Entertainment, acknowledged, “It is true that Park Hye-soo is participating in a conversation with the audience of ‘Kimi to Boku,’ an invitation to the Busan International Film Festival.”

Previously, Park Hye-soo was caught up in allegations of school violence in February last year, and all activities were temporarily suspended. At that time, in an online community, a controversy began when Park Hye-soo and her middle school classmate A claimed that she suffered school violence from Park Hye-soo.

The agency said, “She confirmed that it was a false fact to maliciously slander and slander Park Hye-soo.” However, even after her first revealer, Mr. A, deleted her post, many of Park Hye-soo’s middle school classmates claimed that she was verbally abused and assaulted, and the actual battle began.

Afterward, Park Hye-soo‘s agency and Park Hye-soo responded by issuing their own statement. Still, in the aftermath of the controversy, the formation of the KBS pre-produced drama ‘Dear M’ was postponed indefinitely. In the end, ‘Dear M’ was first released on a Japanese streaming platform in June, with the domestic production on hold.

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