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Where did Se7en and Sangchu get the money to pay for their massage parlor?

By jennywill   Tuesday, August 6, 2013   54,521   236   72



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How did Se7en and Sangchu pay 340,000 KRW (approximately $305 USD) for their massage parlor visit? As soldiers, they're supposed to only have access to their monthly soldier pay, which is 105,800 KRW per month (approximately $95 USD).

However, during their inspection / investigation, Se7en and Sangchu confessed that they had received 2 checks from Tae Jin Ah that were worth 1,000,000 KRW (approximately $897 USD) each. Tae Jin Ah is Sangchu's CEO at YMC Entertainment.

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However, even if the pair had a check from Tae Jin Ah, there is no legal issue. Although a rep from the Ministry of Defense said, "We haven't confirmed how they received the check", the rep proposed that the two had received the check from Tae Jin Ah or a common friend while they were performing. The Ministry of Defense also added, "If they say they got it as a friend, there is nothing problematic."

Source: Kuki News via Nate

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star_24 Wednesday, August 7, 2013

what the big deal i am sure a lot of Korean guys go to happy ending message place, just because their idols they make it a big deal and what i feel bad for is for se7en girl friend -.- like come on why pay money when you have a girlfriend xp ;

triniblossom Wednesday, August 7, 2013

It is never ending...

jakers251 Wednesday, August 7, 2013

-_- what the point of this article........

sarahvanilla12 Wednesday, August 7, 2013

if they answered that they got most of the money from other people to pay for the massage, doesnt it mean that they accept intending to go to 'prostitute' massage? if they intended to go to the usual massage parlor, then they could deny the question about the money to pay the massage because i bet the normal massage costs way less than the happy ending one. the question is rather tricky, isnt it? lol. i hope this clears delusional fangirls' thought about them getting lost to happy ending massage parlor hahaha. and actually what makes them punished is not going there for prostitute, but breaking the rules by going outside having fun without permission. (who the hell wants to get permission for having sex in a massage parlor?xD)

goldenthisisdumb Tuesday, August 6, 2013

T___T if theres no issue with the way they received the money and they didnt get to receive the "massage" or paid for it then wth are they making such a fuzz and why they punished them with 10 days in prison? then they did nothing but they still punished them? or the ministry of Defense is doing this to not recognize the celeb soldiers indeed had priviledges and they allowed it?

Angy8993 Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Well, they were attempting to pay a prostitute for sex. Prostitution is illegal in Korea (even though they don't really enforce it.). The attempt alone can get you into trouble in the states so it doesn't really surprise me that they got into trouble for the attempt even though they didn't get to have their "happy ending"(major points to whoever catches that pun). I personally don't feel bad for people who get into trouble for these kinds of things because to me they're creating a demand for for prostitution/human trafficking which is a major problem all over the world. So individuals like these aren't really helping the cause.

NowNoon Tuesday, August 6, 2013

whats the point of this article. waste of time. even this as i comment is a waste.

iseul012 Tuesday, August 6, 2013


Anna34 Tuesday, August 6, 2013

This article is kind of pointless, it's a non-issue since receiving the money wasn't a problem. And didn't they report those two didn't actually succeed in getting any 'services', why are they saying they paid for the services? Anyway, forget it. Hopefully these guys can finish their service in peace and quiet now~

b2utyfulbaby26 Tuesday, August 6, 2013

waaa~~ Sangchu is with YMC? Where Ailee is? :O

frescod Tuesday, August 6, 2013

that is just ridiculous reporting, it doesn't mean that you are not allowed to access your own money/bank account when you are in the army

so what if they don't have money from the army? they sure have enough from their own bank account

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