Kim Dong-he

Kim Dong-hee “Apologize for School Violence” just for a year…

Kim Dong-hee “Apologize for School Violence” just for a year…Revealing a new profile

Kim Dong-he

Actor Kim Dong-hee who apologized for the school violence controversy, stretched his activities after a year.

On the 5th, Kim Dong-hee released a new profile picture on her Instagram without much comment. In the released photo, Kim Dong-hee boasts a different atmosphere than before, drawing attention.

Kim Dong-hee who previously stood as a rising star through the web drama “A-TEEN,” JTBC drama “SKY Castle,” “Itaewon Class,” and Netflix’s “Human Class,” was embroiled in a controversy over school violence. At the time, he denied the allegations through his agency, calling them “groundless,” and had been engaged in a legal battle, but the discloser who claimed damage from school violence was cleared of charges.

At the time Kim Dong-hee law firm said, “It happened in elementary school after a long time, and there was no clear evidence to support each other’s differences and claims, so the investigation showed that he was innocent.” However, in the notification of the reason for the non-prosecution of defamation (violation of the Information and Communication Network Use Promotion and Information Protection Act) released by A, “The accused Kim Dong-hee assaulted a suspect in the fifth grade of elementary school, but he never held scissors or cutters, and he accused the victim of defamation.”

Later, Kim Dong-hee said, “I fought with my friend when I was in the fifth grade of elementary school, and I was admonished by my teacher. “My friend and friend’s mother apologized, and I thought they forgave each other because they had a lot of time together without any problems, but I think it was my own thought,” he said. “I didn’t know my friend’s mind deeply due to my rash judgment and thoughts when I was young.” “I sincerely apologize for the hurt that my friend received from me,” he apologized.

Kim Dong-hee who has not been active since the controversy over school violence, is set to release the movie Ghost director Lee Hae-young on the 18th. Although there is no public relations activity, it is interpreted as a move to engage in full-scale activities starting with this.

“Ghost” is a movie about the endless operation of the real “ghost” and the struggle of suspects trapped in remote hotels, suspected of being spies planted by anti-Japanese organizations in Gyeongseong and Chosun Governors in 1933. Kim Dong-hee works with actors Seol Kyung-gu, Lee Ha-nui, Park So-dam, Park Hae-soo, and Seo Hyun-woo. A year after the school violence apology, attention is being paid to what Kim Dong-hee will look like in his work and his move to resume his activities.

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