Han So Hee’s Past French School Admission Story Re-Examined And Criticized, Actress Personally Responds To Netizens

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The agency of actress Han So Hee has spoken up about the controversy surrounding her admission to a French university.

A representative from Han So Hee’s agency, 9ATO Entertainment, told Donga.com, “It is true that the actress mentioned about her acceptance to a school on a broadcast. However, it is difficult to provide specific details as it is a personal matter.”

Back in January, Han So Hee appeared on a broadcast and revealed the story. At the time, Han So Hee reminisced about her debut days and said, “I was accepted to a school, but I couldn’t go. I was accepted to a French school, but in order to obtain a visa, I needed 60 million won [$43,000] in my own bank account.”

However, after her statement, the claim that she needed 60 million won for admission to a French school sparked controversy among online communities. Some online users pressured Han So Hee, claiming that her statement about the bank account balance that applicants need to prove for a French student visa did not match her statements. They demanded that she provide proof of her acceptance or her proficiency in French.

Thus, Han So Hee personally addressed the suspicion surrounding her acceptance to a French school to an online user via Instagram DMs.

Han So Hee told the online user, “As you may know, these ideas and changes in thinking don’t suit me. So, I gave up attending a domestic university and started making a portfolio.” She continued, “At first, I dreamed of Central Saint Martins and Parsons without knowing the topic, but when I heard that it costs billions of won a year, I chose Baekseok University. Since I wasn’t attending a domestic university, it was impossible to get a student loan.”

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She further revealed, “The parts edited on the entertainment show and the ones that became controversies, I needed 20-30 million won in my bank account, but I didn’t have enough money for housing and living expenses right away.” She explained, “Since I had to work part-time and spend all the money on a language school, it was like pouring water into a leaky bucket.”

In conclusion, she did not clearly state whether she was accepted to a French school, but only mentioned her economic difficulties at the time.

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