“Classmates are all on the field…” After ‘The Glory’, an actor’s ‘school-bully’ past brought to light

When Netflix’s ‘The Glory’ received an explosive response, the situation of ‘school violence’ was brought to light again.

The ‘iron temperature check’ incident suffered by young Moon Dong-eun (Jung Ji-so) in ‘The Glory‘ is a real incident that occurred in 2006, and the incident in which the perpetrators forcibly dragged Park (then 22) and burned him with gasoline under the pretext of celebrating his birthday in 2020 was re-examined. In addition, domestic and foreign celebrities who suffered school violence in the past were also re-examined.

Jo Han-sun

In the meantime, the case of actor Jo Han-sun’s past school violence exposure was re-examined. On the 19th, in an online community, an anonymous netizen wrote in 2021 that he was bullied at school by actor Jo Han-seon in the past.

Jo Han-sun

At that time, the netizen who created Jo Han Sun’s school violence rumor posted a photo of Jo Han Sun’s middle school and claimed that they had to run errands for Jo Han Sun at the canteen.

Later, Jo Han Sun replied to every netizen who believed in the school bullying rumor and left malicious comments on his Instagram account, saying “I’ve never committed school violence. Please wait until the end and see the result”.

Jo Han-sun
Jo Han-sun

In addition, friends who went to the same school and class with Jo Han Sun commented in the article that spread the rumor to defend the actor. They said, “It’s my first time writing a comment after reading a random post. Jo Han Sun almost did not exist in class and only slept (because he was a member of the sports club)”, “Han Sun was not even popular at school. He’s not that kind of a person”, “Han Sun was not as bad as that”, “He was a friend who smiled even when I hit him in the back of his head”, “Jo Han Sun was a famous and handsome nerd. Just sue that person”, etc.

Jo Han-sun

In response, netizens commented, “I like him more after reading that”, “Just getting bullied?”, “The classmates are even crueler”, “He looks like a big and gentle person”, etc.

Jo Han-sun

Source: wikitree

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