Former member of the Young Turks Club, Song Jin Ah, was indicted on charges of assaulting a police officer back in early January, so netizens must have been calling for her head and for justice, right? I mean this is a REAL affront to societal/cultural rules, right? Nope, they’re defending her despite the fact that she shows little remorse.
Song Jin Ah got into an argument with a taxi driver regarding how much she had been charged. The two were brought to a police station, where Song Jin Ah used violent language and physically assaulted an officer. She was indicted without detention for such actions and was sentenced to fine.
Song Jin Ah commented, “I already forgot about that incident and have been living my life the way it is. I don’t understand why people are so excited to dig this up from the past like it’s some big deal. This is also affecting my family very much. They are having a hard time with it. After the incident, I’ve been trying to get myself together, but now I don’t know how I’m supposed to continue my social and professional life. It’s ruining everything.”
Song Jin Ah has been having a hard time since her father passed away in November 2012. Netizens have been supportive of Song Jin Ah, arguing that unreasonable “witch hunt” of anyone is wrong, especially when one is no longer a public figure. Song Jin Ah thanked and apologized to these supporters, “No matter what happened, I know I did my share of wrong. I am very sorry to make those who care about me worry about me.”
“Yo, I dunno why the fuck everybody is bringing this shit up again, I already forgot about trying to beat up the police dude, so it’s cool, right? FUCK DA POLICE!”
Yeah … everybody has problems. Not everybody uses those problems as an excuse to scream shit in the police station and then try to knock a police officer the fuck out.
If nothing else, this just goes to show that netizens are amusingly selective as far as which issues and which celebrities they torch, and to me, it’s fucking ridiculous.