Article: Jo Byung Kyu’s classmate who said he was abused by being beaten with an umbrella refuses to comply with police requests to file a report in South Korea
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[+303] There are some types of people who can’t stand watching others succeed in life.. This class will be doomed to a life of envy.. but I hope they will be able to be free and live a happy life 👎
[+180] Like the #metoo movement, I feel like the school of blasphemy has gone to people who are exaggerating or making up fake news out of their jealousy. If this class is really confident in its claims, it will come to the country to make a report instead of hiding like this.
[+139] ‘The Glory’ takes the lead in school pranks but it feels like Koreans just latch on to any topic like a trend and make a fuss until it’s over.
[+62] But why doesn’t he come and file a police report if his statements are true?
– [+52] Why would anyone take time off from their work to spend thousands on a plane ticket, staying at a hotel, just to come to Korea to do a report on Police?;;;;;; I live in the US myself and I don’t think I can do something like that easily. Police should request a Zoom interview instead.
[+62] It’s funny to me that the police use “non-compliance,” but why would they expect him to spend his own money to come to Korea just to file a report ㅋㅋㅋ
[+57] I don’t even know why so many people are going to get Jo Byung Kyu ㅡㅡ
[+48] The police are very stupid. No one is going to take the time out of their life to fly from New Zealand to Korea – a 12 hour flight – just to “prove” they were abused at school ㅋㅋㅋㅋ The police should be involved New Zealand police instead.
[+24] If I had to spend my own money and time to file such a report, I wouldn’t either.
[+19] I am a neutral party, I don’t really know what is going on with this scandal, but this person lives outside the country. It’s not like you ask someone from Daegu to come down to Seoul to file a report. And if this class is the same age as the actor, it should be in the middle…twenties? Well, he is either a student or entering his career, and you really expect him to take weeks out of his working life, spend thousands on tickets and hotels, just to come to the country and follow studies??? ???? It is not appropriate for the police to make it appear that the victim refused to comply because of this situation.
[+25] Oh, why aren’t the police in New Zealand if they want his damn information? What do you want them to come to the country for? “Non-compliance”? What a joke. Unless you bought a plane ticket and booked him a hotel, you shouldn’t blame the victim for “disobeying.”