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'Drunk driving and hit-and-run' Kim Ji-soo's company said, 'Nothing will change with 'King Geunchogo'

2010/10/06 | 1402 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Ji-soo might leave "King Geunchogo" as she was booked without detention for drunk driving and hit-and-run, and her company is carefully made their position.

On October 7th, during the phone interview with Asian Economy News, Sports Today, Kim Ji-soo’s company said, “Right now, they are still shooting ‘King Geunchogo'. About her leaving the drama, we know nothing.”

This official said, “It is not the stage where we talk about her position. It is hard for us to talk about it.’

On the other hand, Kim Ji-soo caused hi-and-run while she was drunk with her Audi sedan, with Mr. Yoo’s taxi at the intersection near Galleria department store at 9 P.M., on October 5th.

According to the police department, she just fleed from the scene without settling any accident.

Police searched through whereabouts of the car and found out that Kim Ji-soo was driving. Then they investigated her at Kangnam Police department. After few consversations, she admitted her mistake, and then she was booked without any detention.

Source : news.naver.com/main/h...

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