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Politician Yoo Seung-min on Kim Seon-ho’s controversy: “The crime of false accusation need to be punished severely too”

Former lawmaker Yoo Seung-in, a presidential candidate of the People Power Party, expressed his thoughts on the controversy over actor Kim Seon-ho. 

Former lawmaker Yoo Seung-min said on Facebook on Nov 2nd, “I came to think once again that a fair world without gender discrimination is important. The idea of seeing all men as potential perpetrators should disappear,’ he wrote. “Sex crimes that destroy a person’s life should be severely punished, and for the same reason, false accusations that destroy a person’s life should also be severely punished,” he said.

Kim Seon-ho

Kim Seon-ho‘s ex-girlfriend recently revealed that he had forced her to have an abortion under the pretense of marriage. through his agency, Kim Seon-ho then distributed an apology that seemed to acknowledge these facts. Since then, he has canceled the ending interview of tvN’s “Hometown Cha Cha Cha”, dropped out of KBS 2TV’s “2 Days 1 Night”, the movies “2 O’Clock Date” and “Dog Days.”

Kim Seon-ho

Since then, on the contrary, the controversy is still heating up online as a series of revelations related to Kim Seon-ho’s former girlfriend began to appear. Kim Seon-ho’s side has not expressed any special position regarding this.

Below is the full text of politician Yoo Seung-min posted on his Facebook.

Watching what happened between actor Kim Seon-ho and his ex-girlfriend, I came to think once again that a fair world without gender discrimination is important. The idea of seeing all men as potential perpetrators should disappear.

We must uphold the principle of presumption of innocence. Sex crimes that destroy a person’s life should be severely punished, and false accusations for the same reason that destroy a person’s life should also be severely punished.

It becomes a fair world only when the constitutional spirit that all citizens are equal before the law is protected.

Yoo Seung-min

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