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Actor Moon Sung-keun "I hurt and apologize to her"…reveal thoughts about the late Jang Ja-yeon case

2011/03/07 | 2132 views | Permalink | Source

While the case has been reignited with the appearance of her handwritten letters, actor Moon Sung-keun revealed his thoughts about the Jang Ja-yeon case.

On his Twitter on the 7th, he said, "The fact that actress Jang Ja-yeon was forced to do sexual service is the mighty power of this entertainment. The fact that the producer that was always a problem, productions and executive manager of a media have been mentioned shows how much our society has been corrupted".

He continued, "I hurt and apologize to her".

Prior to that, the SBS "8 O'clock News" on the 6th, recalled the late Jang Ja-yeon case and brought up the concealed investigations and her so called 50 or so handwritten letters, causing not only Korean, but Chinese media as well to arise with interest.

Meanwhile, the police have decided to reinvestigate the case and find out what the truth is.

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