Song Joong-ki’s reaction to a “sex molestation” prank before his debut
Song Joong-ki is an actor loved for his acting skill and sweet manner. He has starred in tvN’s drama “Vincenzo” and the movie “Space Sweeper” this year.
As interest in Song Joong-ki exploded recently, his predebut past is constantly drawing attention. Especially, Song Joong-ki’s appearance in a hidden camera prank show called “Humiliating Flower Boys” in 2008 has resurfaced again. “Humiliating Flower Boys” is a program that put handsome men that are not celebrities in absurd situations to see how they would respond.
Song Joong-ki, who was attending Sungkyunkwan University at the time, was stuck in an elevator with a drunk woman. The woman kept trying to talk to the handsome Song Joong-ki, pretending to know him.
The woman was flirting with Song Joong-ki but suddenly complained of pain and urinated in the elevator.Seeing this, Song Joong-ki calmly pressed the emergency call button and said, “I think the elevator’s power got turned off” and asked for prompt action.
Fortunately, both were soon rescued by the 911 crew members. However, the woman suddenly began to claim that Song Joong-ki sexually harassed her, saying, “He touched me earlier,” even though he was trying to help her.
The 911 officer then questioned Song Joong-ki to see if the woman’s words were true. Song Joong-ki was dumbfounded, but still told the 911 crew members to check the woman’s condition first, saying, “If it was true, she would be able to tell you later then.”
Even when he was suddenly accused of sexual harassment, Song Joong-ki was still worried about the health condition of the woman. He even helped the rescue workers to move the woman out of the elevator together, showing his manners.
After finding out that it was a hidden camera, Song Joong-ki was at a loss for word and expressed his feeling of being wronged.