Actor Kim Dong-hyun-I was demanded to 1 year in prison for fraud.
Kim Dong-hyun-I claimed, "I am not the one who borrowed 100 million from A but it was B. I happened to be there and B wanted me to sign a promissory note so I did".
"I had also lent B 150 million won. He'd said he'd pay be back a part of it with money borrowed from A so that's 50 million. Then B suddenly died from kidney cancer and things got complicated. I did tell A that I would pay him back half of what B owed him for the sake of morality".
About the 10 million won borrowed to pay taxes on loans for a villa, "I did borrow that money, but I didn't use it. The actual person in charge of the villa said I had to pay default taxes to get loans for the villa so I borrowed money from A to give to C".
"A and B are all close friends of mine, but I must say it's a shame that this has happened to us".
Kim Dong-hyun-I's legal counselor claims, "A has no credibility and it's true he lent money to Kim Dong-hyun-I but details of the account don't match. It's true Kim Dong-hyun-I signed a promissory note but this is a civil case. However, A is pushing this as a criminal suit so Kim is claiming he will return the money and tell the truth".
The investigators claim, "Kim is denying all charges but looking at the evidence, there is liability in prosecuting him. The money involved is not a small amount so he is guilty".
Meanwhile, Kim Dong-hyun-I was sued last year for not paying back the 100 million or so won that he borrowed from A. He borrowed 120 million won in 2009 claiming he would pay him back when he could and additionally borrowed 10 million won to 'pay him back'.
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