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Woman who accused Lee Jin Wook of sexual assault will stand in court

By alice101   Thursday, December 15, 2016   14,197   1,111   42



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Ms. Oh who previously pressed sexual assault charges against actor Lee Jin Wook will stand in court. 

The Seoul Central Prosecution Office announced on December 15 that Ms. Oh has been indicted without detention. According to the prosecution, Ms. Oh pressed charges against the actor on July 14 of this year, saying, "Lee Jin Wook came over to my apartment after having dinner as a group and sexually assaulted me." 

SEE ALSO: Police request new arrest warrant for accuser in Lee Jin Wook's alleged sexual assault case

Ms. Oh testified, "Lee forced sexual intercourse, and I was injured during the process." Lee Jin Wook denied all allegations and sued her for false accusation; Ms. Oh followed by her own false accusation charges against the actor. 

However, later that month, on July 26, Ms. Oh recanted her earlier story, saying, "It was a sexual intercourse without any use of force." Additionally, the police lie detector test showed that Oh was lying. Lee Jin Wook's test resulted in 'unreadable.'

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2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

I bet a lot of Korean male celebs are curbing their activities after 2016. Seems it was open season on them. I wonder how many of these assault scandals have a bit or maybe even a lot of truth in them?

bangeryun94 2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

I'm betting not a lot. I'm just going to say this. Korean women are fucked up. I have 3 unmarried, straight male siblings and I have spent my life watching women embarrass themselves. It's sad. It's also infuriating.

2fat bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

Well is it because being tied to a man in Korea is still so important for most women? That's usually the case. You aren't really Korean anyway.Ethnically but you've lived abroad a lot and now your perspective is different. You've also obviously feel like you've been given a choice. Believe me. I'm not defending sneaking, conniving or manipulative behavior in women. I just can't usually bring myself to fault a woman for doing what she needs to thrive or survive. Korea is still even more a "man's world" than it is in the west so attaching yourself to a man would be something more normal than out of the ordinary. The species really does seek to survive. lol

bangeryun94 2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

Being tied to a man with money.

2fat bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

Yes of course.

2fat bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

I have a question. Have your brothers lived mostly abroad too? Do they prefer non Korean women?

c4rol bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

As a foreigner woman who lived in South Korea, I'd like to say a few words: Living as a women in Korea is not as safe as people say. There's a stupid culture of guys thinking that they can get drunk to the point they pass out and do whatever they want, and still not think about it as "rape". There are a lot of CEOs or "chaebol"s who go to party and make other people go "hunt" for drunk girls so they can drag the girls for them to "enjoy". Few female friends had spoken a bit about sex and what we found out is quite shocking. A lot of them were abused in their relationships, but none ever gone to the police station or reported. "My boyfriends does it with me when he's drunk, but even If it hurts... I should endure it" is a "common" answer. Emotional manipulation, getting girls drunk and not being considerable to the other parts happens quite a lot in Korea. I'm not saying ALL women are saints, nor that all cases sued did happen, but as it IS quite common, I would not doubt it is a possibility. Most people always talk about male perspective in this kind of case and it ends up as If all girls are gold diggers whenever the guy is rich. You guys should always think twice about making any assumptions. Doubting any of the sides is being biased AND there's a huge possibility you can be blaming the victm (be it him or her). I love Korea, and I'm still planning to go back there to continue my studies, but I will not shield the fact sex crimes in Korea are quite more usual than the media shows.

bangeryun94 c4rol Thursday, December 15, 2016

I'm a Korean woman, live in Korea and I'm sorry but I don't hang out with women who are doormats or who have boyfriends like you describe. You must know a lot of truly fucked up people. And I would walk ANYWHERE freely in Korea, day or night because I don't mind killing any man that touches me.

bangeryun94 2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

My 3 older brothers have probably lived more in Korea than anywhere else. They liked to visit our relatives after a lot of them came home after the war. My brothers have dated mostly Korean women. My oldest brother had a girlfriend from Hong Kong for a couple of years. I think my brother had a French Algerian girlfriend when we lived in France but he was a teen. I only remember Korean women. I will say that my brothers are serial daters. Only one of them has had a steady relationship for more than a year or 2. Now that our parents are gone they have absolutely no interest in settling down and getting married or having little Kang babies

2fat bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

I'm afraid you don't have to be Korean to be in a fucked up relationship. I've had at least one really bad one myself and a couple another that was borderline abusive and involved alcoholism, my marriage. So no you don't have to be Korean. However, I have always gone pretty much anywhere I wanted in America and didn't think anything of it either. That's because Korea is at least not Saudi Arabia. It can get better. It's a misogynistic country but to some extent they all still are.

2fat bangeryun94 Thursday, December 15, 2016

Oh both of your parents are gone, I'm sorry. Well, I wonder if a few of those women didn't have a valid reason for being shameless if your brothers are "serial daters". Nothing wrong with that as long as the participants don't have other ideas. I suppose if you're tall, reasonably attractive and have a good job then you're a major chick magnet just like anywhere else in the world. Lucky them. lol

bangeryun94 2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

I had a very abusive boyfriend. Not for long though.

bangeryun94 2fat Thursday, December 15, 2016

Honesty is always the best policy and my siblings are honest with the women they are dating. If there is ever a woman who wins over one of my brothers I will adore her and hope that she teaches me her secrets.

c4rol bangeryun94 Friday, December 16, 2016

The one about hanging at night I am also not trully scared. Even through I look weak, I am more on the strong side, and it helps that Korean guys tend to be a little bit "weaker" (physically) than the guys in my country. I don't know If that's the reason or not, but usually they do not open up before you come up with the subject, so I'd like to ask If you ever came up with that subject around them. But I was living in Seoul and another friend of mine in Busan, and we heard the exact same experiences. Not ALL girls, but there were so many it was kind of surprising. My friends and I, foreigners, all had more bad than good experiences when it comes to Korean guys (one of my friends had one hyper boyfriend who was actually sweet, but didn't know you should not "joke" about your girlfriend being "scary" and "looking like a mom", nor laught when she's crying, and a terrible jerk who didn't mind hurting her badly and basically did try to rape her. Meanwhile I just had few problems because I went out drinking with two friends and the female one left earlier, and had a crazy psycho who wanted to have his ways with me not knowing how to take a "no" and trying to slut shame me by making racist *against my country* comments). And yes, as you said, honesty is always the key. I guess your brothers are quite the type I find really rare and better to have a conversation with. At least If they are a bit more open minded like I sense from your comments. Most straight guys I met tried to pretend to be sweet in order to get foreigner girls (well... not that it doesn't happen outside of Korea and that it's exclusively by men, but... I never felt it happening so much as while living over there), and it's quite annoying, because they changed 180° when they don't get what they want.

2fat bangeryun94 Friday, December 16, 2016

No need to put up with that. I had one too and I was divorced after a long marriage. Mine was slightly more than just an asshole. He was a sociopath. It took me two years and a restraining order to shake him. I've felt stupid and guilty about it ever since. I learned a real lesson from it though, some people do not have a tiny human spot in their lizard brains. Oh well, some of us find things out the hard way. I never said I was smart, just experienced. lol

2fat bangeryun94 Friday, December 16, 2016

That's good. I always was a "lay all my cards out on the table" type myself. My kids are too it turns out. I'm one of those women that doesn't need "a man stuck up my ass". We can have different interests and different friends. Sure we need to share some interests and have mutual friends as well. Certainly need the same goals if we plan to stay together. I don't know I haven't dated in forever. My son stopped for awhile. He wants to get his career situated. I want him to go back to school. He's doing HVac, he hates being cold and now his knee is giving him trouble. Although eventually he won't do as much crawling around once he learns his way around repairing all the equipment. I'm trying to convince him to go back to school and find work in an office. He says that carries it's own set of health problems and bullshit and he's right. So he does his thing. I'm proud of a lot of the decisions he's made lately. He's 25 and can date any time he wants. Girls have liked him since kindergarten. He grew up in a house with only two women, me and an older sister.

bangeryun94 2fat Friday, December 16, 2016

With you as his Mum, I'm pretty sure he's going to be a man who respects women.

2fat bangeryun94 Friday, December 16, 2016

He better respect women. I brought him into this world I'll take him out if he doesn't. But yeah, he does. He likes women. Sometimes you meet men and get the distinct feeling that they just not only don't respect women, they don't seem to even like them. He's a good boy.

momy1274 bangeryun94 Saturday, December 17, 2016

@bangeryn94, seeing your response make me feel relief and confirm of my judgement on this case. As an Asian female growing up in the States, my belief from the start is LJW is innocent from the start. I am not a die hard fan of him but I found him very special and talent. I appreciate his work and i just happen to get to watch his drama lately. I was so shocked to hear the news as first. However, with my basic female instant and my gut, I found this case is ridiculous from the start. Even though I always hear the saying the Korean/Japanese men are usually abusive and dominant. However, base on all shows that I had observed LJW, he is the type who cherish woman and somewhat shy. He is popular and good looking. He does not drink or smoke. Then even in his wild stage of mind, I don't think he is that crazy to rape her. Then reading on all the details from the time they met till the time of the incident, it is hard to believe a lady of that age who can claim not liking the guy who she just met to let him in her house late that night just to fix her blind. I pity LJW to be unlucky to meet such a crazy woman and almost ruin his life. I wish she deserves a severe punishment so others won't copy. After this incident and then the one with Uhm Tae Wong (another Korean actor that I admire), I honestly have a very bad view of Korean woman.

LauraDragon Thursday, December 15, 2016

Lee JinWook FIGHTING ^_^

k_kid Thursday, December 15, 2016

You have to be careful as a celebrity or a wealthy individual anywhere in the world. Anything you do, they'll try to leech off you and take your money. Of course, there are those who do use their power and influence to get what they want. But there are many that are victims as well.

JamlessCookies Thursday, December 15, 2016

yah this is so helpful ==

majong JamlessCookies Thursday, December 15, 2016

I dont think that is the lie detector they were talking about. try searching polygraph.

JamlessCookies majong Thursday, December 15, 2016

I know Lol

bangeryun94 JamlessCookies Thursday, December 15, 2016

We were playing around with one of these at a party and it shocked my best friend when the question was Are You Human?

SuperFly_Snuka Thursday, December 15, 2016

probably said he was going to date her, had sex, and then said SIKE

kimhyunjoong334 Thursday, December 15, 2016

Ms. Oh testified, "Lee forced sexual intercourse, and I was injured during theprocess." Lee Jin Wook denied all allegations and sued her for false accusation; Ms. Oh followed by her own false accusation charges against the actor. However, later that month, on July 26, Ms. Oh recanted her earlier story, saying, "It was a sexual intercourse without any use of force."

kimhyunjoong334 Thursday, December 15, 2016

ppl lie abt rape/abuse etc all the time dont blindly take the victims or womans side idiots

sun3sun Thursday, December 15, 2016

Nuts would only believe the lie detector ! I don't believe in this bullsxit!

iisstf28 Thursday, December 15, 2016

Lie detector? That is bullshit!! Many confirmed criminals have passed it easily and many innocent people have failed it just because they were nervous. Why do they keep using it?!.

krell Thursday, December 15, 2016

Okay, I do *not* like what Ms. OH did it; make false accusations. But, she did 'back off' on it all fairly quickly. Not sure how 'mad' that LEE JIN WOOK is about it all either. Maybe Ms. OH just felt 'sexually used' and got 'mad' about it, and filed the POLICE complaint? BAD IDEA, if true. But, NOT sure that I want to see POLICE like 'wreck her life' over this either. I grant it that SHE, at first, seemed rather determined to *wreck* LEE JIN WOOK's life and career. IF LEE JIN WOOK would have Ms. OH shown some 'mercy' somehow, I could wish for that for Ms. OH in this situation. SAD for Ms. OH overall, is how I see it.

Ninja_Poster krell Thursday, December 15, 2016

The problem is that accusations of sexual assaults, rape, etc tend to destroy the reputation of the defendant. It happens a lot. IF this whole story is false, Ms. OH deserves punishment for defamation - character assassination.

krell Ninja_Poster Thursday, December 15, 2016

Yes, I hear you about Ms. OH doing something DUMB. Again, I will *guess* that she felt 'sexually used' somehow. And was ANGRY about that. But that is NOT a justification to try to 'hang' a CRIMINAL FELONY on someone either. So, I am *NOT* saying that your view is wrong here. Just more that I prefer NOT to see Ms. OH 'ground up' like 'cheap meat' by the S.K COURT system too much here in all of this.

krell Ninja_Poster Thursday, December 15, 2016

But, IF it was discovered that Ms. OH had pulled this kind of POLICE COMPLAINT 'stunt' on OTHER MALES in *previous* incidents, THEN you have a DIFFERENT BALL GAME. If THAT were to come out, I would be on the 'POUND THE BISH' TEAM then! ... ;-)

bangeryun94 krell Thursday, December 15, 2016

SHE committed a crime. HE did not. If a woman doesn't want to be a "hit it and quit it" then the solution is to not meet someone for dinner and then get laid after knowing them for all of 3 hours

krell bangeryun94 Friday, December 16, 2016

Yes, I am *not* opposed to your viewpoint. It describes the reality of the situation. Still, IF she made her false accusations out of anger; I could wish that she receives some compassion under that circumstance. I realize that legally, SHE is in the WRONG in all of this.

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