On June 28, MBC's 'PD Notebook' met with the alleged victims sexually assaulted by Yoochun and aired their lengthy interviews.
In more detail from the previous article, one of the four women said, "It was very shameful and it felt like I had become a toilet. It felt like he had completely taken me and played around with me. He didn't say a word of apology to me at all before leaving. When you play music there, the whole store resonates [with the music]. He sings the song and turns the music on extremely loud. I didn't know how to act in that atmosphere and it hadn't been long since I started working there, so I was wondering what I was supposed to do, and then he wrapped his arm around my waist and started dancing while smoking. Then he kept saying to me, 'How much money do you need? Why are you here?' He said, 'Hey, I can't hear you well. Let's go talk in the bathroom.' I followed him in there with no suspicions whatsoever.
"He asked me, 'How much money do you need that you're here?' He said, 'I just have to earn money and quit,' and his words like that felt like he was trying to buy me with money and he kept saying money, money, money, so I started getting frustrated. He kept talking about money. He kissed me [in the bathroom]. He grabbed my face and kissed me. He kissed me then lifted his head and said, 'What is this, you have no emotion, no emotion.'
"At the time, I had my period. Even while he was kissing me, he lifted my skirt, so I told him, 'Don't do that.' I said those three words for sure. Don't do that. I said, 'Don't do that. I have my period.' But then he said, 'Oh, still, shouldn't I check if you match well with me?' I told him I didn't want to so don't do that and get out regardless, but when I looked in the mirror for a brief moment, he pulled down his pants, and I was so surprised that he forcefully dragged me and sat me down. I was so taken aback that I said I didn't want to and that I wouldn't do that, so he stood me up and turned me around.
"At the time, I cried. Because I was so taken aback. He said, 'It's okay. Because we're going to date. We're going to start dating now. You're going to give me your number today, right? You're going to?' I didn't say anything back. Doing something like that at a place like that where people could hear even when I didn't want to and I had my period, which I would hate even if he were my boyfriend. I didn't ask someone to help me; I was really embarrassed by the fact that that was done in a small bathroom like that. There was also that fear, 'What if someone finds out about this?'
"At that time, I needed a lot of money. I needed money for my education. It wasn't anything like prostitution and I could get a fast profit [so I worked at 10cafe]. I never even heard of a second round [taking it another level] and that place would stop you. Because they wouldn't want to get involved in something unsavory. At the time, I wrote in my diary, 'My friends. If I die, attack Yoochun. Don't hate me.' I had to earn money and I had to go to work, but whenever I went into that room, I had such a hard time and thought I would go crazy, so in the end, I quit.
"I thought that I was treated as less than human by him. If it were a woman he truly loved, would he have wanted to do that there? I felt like he thought, 'Those in this business probably won't be able to report me even if I do this to them, they won't be able to go against my words, and there is no CCTV, so they wouldn't dare file a charge against me, and since I'm a top star and celebrity, they probably wouldn't feel this is unfair.' He disregarded me because I work in this business. I honestly needed money and had no parents so I was there to make a living, but he disregarded me because I worked there and raped me. I cannot forgive him."
Also, another woman came to light stating that she had almost been raped by Yoochun earlier today. She said on the show, "He put his fingers inside my underwear and stuff like that. But then I started to resist. Because I was so taken aback. But at the time, he was drunk, and was like, 'You like me, though,' like that? As if it was such a sure thing."
What do you make of their testimonies?