Park Hye Soo Greets Viewers For The First Time In 2 Years After Suspending Her Activities Over School Violence Allegations And Promises To Address The Claims Soon

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Actress Park Hye Soo, who had suspended her activities due to suspicions of school violence, reported her current situation in an official appearance for the first time in about two years at the Busan International Film Festival for her upcoming film “The Dream Songs” screening.

The first screening of the 27th Busan International Film Festival’s Korean film “The Dream Songs” was held at 4 p.m. on October 9 at the Standard Time Office of the Korea Film Council. Director Jo Hyun Chul, actors Park Hye Soo, and Kim Si Eun attended the GV, which was held at 6 p.m., shortly after the screening, to talk about the movie.

“The Dream Songs” is director Jo Hyun Chul’s first full-length production film debut. It features a special day that takes place as Semi played by Park Hye Soo and Ha Eun played by Kim Si Eun, who are best friends, share feelings between love and friendship.

Park Hye Soo, who attended the meeting, said,

It’s been a long time since I am greeting you, but thank you so much for coming. I’m very happy to be here and I’m telling you because I think there are people who are a little curious about my current situation.
I’m not avoiding this situation even a little bit but trying my best to resolve it by facing it. If you wait a little longer, I will take the opportunity to tell you in more detail when the exact situation is sorted out. Thank you for coming here, and thank you to all the actors, including the director, staff, and Si Eun who worked in ‘The Dream Songs.’”

This is Park Hye Soo’s official appearance in about two years after the controversy over school violence. She was caught up in allegations of school violence early last year and then got in trouble.

The actress’s agency made an official statement at the time and denied the accusations and announced a legal response policy, calling it “false rumors.” Nevertheless, after the controversy, the actor’s appearance in the drama, which was being discussed, was declined, and the KBS2 drama “Dear M,” which wrapped up filming, was postponed indefinitely and eventually released overseas first.

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