Park Hye Soo has directly expressed her position on the school bullying allegations.
On October 9th, actress Park Hye Soo was invited to the “Korean Cinema Today-Vision” section of the 27th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) held in Haeundae-gu, Busan.
Park Hye Soo came up on stage with a nervous expression. She greeted everyone by saying, “Hello, I’m Park Hye Soo.” She continued, “It’s been a long time since I’ve greeted you like this. Thank you so much for coming. I’m really happy to be able to be here with you.”
This was Park Hye Soo’s first public appearance in about two years after she was caught up in allegations of school bullying in February last year. She said, “I am going to talk to you about my situation because there are probably people who are curious.” “I’m trying my best to resolve the situation without avoiding it,” she said confidently. She added, “If you wait a little longer, I will create an opportunity to tell you more in detail when the exact situation is settled.”
Park Hye Soo temporarily suspended her activities in February last year after being embroiled in allegations of school violence. In response, she claimed that the allegations were “clearly false.” However, the controversy grew so big that KBS’s drama “Dear M” led by Park Hye Soo and NCT’s Jaehyun, which was about to go on air at the time, was indefinitely postponed.
Park Hye Soo will also participate in daily conversations with the audience of the movie “You and I” until October 12th.