Lim Ji Yeon, who plays a bully in “The Glory”, has been appointed as an honorary police officer

Actress Lim Ji Yeon, who portrayed school violence perpetrator Park Yeon Jin in “The Glory”, becomes an honorary police officer.

On May 30th, the National Police Agency announced that they appointed Lim Ji Yeon as an honorary police officer at the Seoul Police Office in Seodaemun-gu.


Over the next two years, Lim Ji Yeon will promote and publicize the police’s major policies and various crime prevention activities as an honorary police officer.

In addition, the actress has been appointed as an “Ambassador for Drug Crime Prevention” and will also engage in promotional activities to prevent drug crimes.

That day, Lim Ji Yeon filmed a video about her participation in the drug prevention campaign called “NO EXIT”.

Expressing her feelings, Lim Ji Yeon said, “I’m honored and grateful to be appointed as an honorary police officer and ambassador for drug crime prevention”, adding “I will work hard to help the police with a great sense of responsibility and complete all missions”.

National Police Agency commissioner Yoon Hee Geun showed his expectations, saying “I hope you take pride in your role as an honorary police officer and serve as a bridge between the police and the public.”


Meanwhile, Lim Ji Yeon’s next acting project is ENA’s drama “Lies Hidden in My Garden” and it will premiere on June 19th. In this drama, the actress took on the role of Chu Sang Eun, a pregnant woman who endures poverty and domestic violence.

Source: Insight

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