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‘Squid Sport’ Star Oh Yeong-su Indicted for Sexual Misconduct

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Oh Yeong-su, the Korean actor identified for enjoying Oh Il-nam within the smash-hit Netflix survival drama Squid Sport, has been indicted on sexual misconduct fees.

As reported by Variety, prosecutors in Suwon revealed that Oh was charged on Thursday, November 17, for allegedly inappropriately touching a lady’s physique in mid-2017. He was launched with out detention.

A grievance towards Oh was first made in December 2021, however authorities closed the case in April 2022. Nevertheless, in response to native information experiences, the case has now been reopened on the alleged sufferer’s request. After being questioned by prosecutors, Oh denied the allegations.

Talking with the Korean broadcaster JTBC, Oh claimed he was simply serving to present the lady round a lake. “I simply held her hand to information the way in which across the lake. I apologized as a result of [the person] stated she wouldn’t make a fuss about it, but it surely doesn’t imply that I admit the costs,” he said.

In accordance with the AFP information company, a Suwon courtroom official stated that “all the things reported by native media isn’t factually right.” The company additionally famous {that a} authorities TV industrial that includes Oh was pulled off the air by the Korean ministry of tradition following the indictment.

Oh has been appearing professionally since 1967 and has starred in quite a few theater productions, in addition to varied TV reveals and flicks. Maybe his best-known movie position was the Outdated Monk in Kim Ki-duk’s critically acclaimed characteristic Spring, Summer time, Fall, Winter… and Spring.

Nevertheless, it was his current look within the Emmy-winning Squid Sport that gave him essentially the most acclaim and a focus. Oh performed the sport’s oldest contestant, a task which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Finest Supporting Actor in a Collection, Miniseries or Tv Movie.

Squid Sport, Season 1, Streaming, Netflix


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