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Yoon Son Ha under fire for her son beating another student with a bat

By harmony4377   Saturday, June 17, 2017   68,041   1,141   101



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Actress Yoon Son Ha has recently voiced her opinions on her position in regards to the articles about her son's bullying incident. 

An official from CLN Company released a statement saying, "It's difficult for us to keep a close eye on this situation and all the reports that have been released in regards to the issue. We want to discuss about Yoon Son Ha's position and get the facts in order as well as the progression of the actual problem. The fact that SBS Press released the initial report of several third-grade students purposefully targeting a single classmate and trapping that student in a blanket then resulting to beating said student is different from what happened in reality. The bat that the student used, was not a baseball bat, but rather a toy. A toy bat made out of styrofoam. Because of the material, the bat was made out of it wouldn't have caused much harm or damage." 

Furthermore, the official stated, "The incident with forcefully feeding the classmate the banana milk shaped body wash has not been confirmed. The fact that SBS Press released these kinds of reports without consulting both parties, and instead only listened to the parents of the student that was allegedly attacked is wrong. The teacher who consulted with this parent has had to have edited the clip of the accident and broadcast it, it is unforgiving."  

Additionally, the actress is to have relayed the following message, "There is not one moment where I think of this incident as just child's play. I do not intend to use my career as a celebrity to forcefully have this incident play out in my favor. I will try my utmost best as a child's mother to make sure this kind of accident does not happen again." 

Currently, Yoon Son Ha plays the role of Hong Bong Hee in 'The Best Hit'. 

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judyi Sunday, June 18, 2017

At least shes not going to shield her kid. That means she is trying to set a good example for him by letting him get the consequences he deserves

Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

people are reading too much into this. they are acting like this was a metal pole that 17 year olds used to viciously beat a classmate with after they lured the person into a dark back alley. don't get me wrong, this was WRONG on every level, bullying is horrible and people need to have a no nonsense approach to it, but you have to remember these are 3rd graders. they are literal children who are in school 8-12 hours a day depending on extra curricular activities meaning they aren't around their parents for very large part of the day if not almost half of it. these are kids in a country notoriously known to be home to one of the worst bullying school systems in the world. they are children who don't think about their actions, they have no grasp of real life situations or the gravity of their actions. again, i'm not defending them by any means, they need to be punished appropriately and in my opinion harshly and strictly, but people are freaking out over this and acting like these kids are monsters. the mom is not a "failure" or a horrible parent because her kid acted like this, does he lack discipline and respect, clearly yes. but again, kids make horrible disgusting mistakes all the time. he needs to be punished immediately and needs to understand what he did, but to attack and tear down a literal child and a family is too much. almost all kids at some point engage in some form a bullying whether it be physical, emotional, or mental. girls are some of the worst. it's one unfortunate way kids learn boundaries and social constructs. this is a level of physical and emotion bullying that is alarming and upsetting but you can't look at it like they are grown adults. these are literal children. yes they may be in 3rd grade, but they are 8 years old. it's wrong and disgusting behavior, but keep some perspective. every singe person in this comment section has made a massive mistake growing up, would you be cool with everyone saying your parent was a failure and how awful of a human you are and how you need to be beat? obviously not. again, be outraged and sad for the victim but to be attacking a child and attacking and leaving harassing remarks about the mom, that's not the way to handle it. you're actually being the bully now.

seungriseyo Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

you're acting as if none of us was ever in elementary school here. we've all been there, and when i was 8 it would never occur to me to do such a thing. i acted sometimes like a know-it-all kissing my teacher's ass but i never ganged up on a kid. this kid needs some discipline now that he's still easily influenced

Mitch1 Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

If a 3rd grader can do this, i wonder how he is handled at home to be like this at that age

Logan_W seungriseyo Sunday, June 18, 2017

i never at any point said he doesn't need discipline, idk if you read my comment but i clearly stated multiple times that bullying is completely unacceptable and he needs to be punished immediately and strictly. i also never said none of us had not been in elementary school? just because you personally didn't do it, doesn't mean other people don't do things. that's like saying well i never drank underage so it's crazy anyone else does it. all i meant by my comment was people verbally attacking, harassing, and bullying this literal 8 year old child and his mother are wrong. you are trying to say its okay for you to bully a bully. online bullying and harassment is just as bad if not worse than when bullying happens in real life. it's been shown time and time again, idols and celebrities do read comments and go on sites like this to see what is being said about them. how is 80 people who are on a different continent, never met the kids, never met the mom, like truly have no idea what they are talking about, how is a bunch of 13-20 year olds attacking an 8 year old and their mother thousands of miles away okay? i repeatedly said, be upset, be outraged, but to go after a little child and his mom is not alright, and it's not. you can have an opinion and share it, and it can be one against the mom and kid, but to attack, belittle, and harass them is a different story. just because someone does something bad doesn't mean you are entitled to bully them. i'm not saying everyone in the comment section was, but if you scroll through even a few of the comments, so many are throwing out wild accusations, verbally attacking this 8 year old kid and his mom, and being really cruel. how does one bad thing get better from other random people being just as bad to them?

Logan_W Mitch1 Sunday, June 18, 2017

i totally get it, it definitely raises some questions. but it still doesn't make it okay to verbally attack this actual child, like an 8 year old kid, and harass and berate his mom. like 100% of these commenters are reading the same one page "news" story as all of us, are on completely different continents, have never been to a school in korea, have never met this woman or her child, have never met the victim, and are literally harassing, attacking, and berating someone based off of an article. just because the kid was a bully doesn't mean people are entitled to bully him. its wild to me people don't see the hypocrisy of it.

allkpopellie Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

I never did that too :(, I was too busy playing soccer, having fun on the playground, and chatting with friends. I think my mum would have killed me if I were to bully a kid the way that boy did. I'm sure she would have cried a lot; she's a giver and loves children :(

Longan_Lychee Logan_W Monday, June 19, 2017

I first dislike you but then I read the whole thing and I agree with you to some point. There is no need to attack the kids who bullied. They need reprimands AND explaining from parents and teachers, what they did wrong and why it is wrong. It was wrong of the reporters to spread around that news now not giving chance for Yoon Son Ha’s kid for any redemption because people on social media are really harsh and judging and at the end of the day, he is still just an elementary school kid.

Logan_W allkpopellie Monday, June 19, 2017

yeah my mom would have DESTROYED me if i ever acted that way. idk what would have happened to me lol. i did all that stuff too so i'm glad we both had good childhoods growing up!! :)

Logan_W Longan_Lychee Monday, June 19, 2017

LOL yeah i figured my comment could be taken really wrong if it wasn't read in its entirety. because i definitely was not saying the kid should be excused or the mom was mom of the year. the kid needs to be punished immediately and the mom needs to readjust what she is doing at home. i just meant that people being so mean in the comments weren't any better than a bully themselves. but glad you got what i was saying!! :)))

its_zo Sunday, June 18, 2017

Where did this take place? If it was in a corridor, will there be CCTV?

crownheiress Sunday, June 18, 2017

A bat is a bat. Doesn't matter what it's made of. The point is... the intention is clear.

propanda crownheiress Sunday, June 18, 2017

Well if it was baseball bat instead of bullying I think criminal charges of severe assault would have been needed.

crownheiress propanda Monday, June 19, 2017

Obviously. My point is, they're already making excuses that it wasn't a baseball bat, and that's what my comment is about. They're belittling the situation.

allkpopellie Sunday, June 18, 2017

This is not gone play out in her favor, people are gone look down on her. unless bullying is praised in SK.

abbie_kpopper allkpopellie Sunday, June 18, 2017

you're sarcastic, right? :)) bullying being praised in SK? Not even 1%. Even if you're bullied people talk about you (Samuel Kim from Producer 101 case)

allkpopellie abbie_kpopper Sunday, June 18, 2017

I'm just shocked at how the lady tries to belittle the situation because they are kids, something is off in her thinking, but yep if bullying was praised in SK, she wouldn't try to make the case small, she does fear the backlash.

allkpopellie Sunday, June 18, 2017

OMG this is horrible! As a mum, she's a failure. I'm so thankful for my mum raising me well p_p, every time I read those stories I'm reminded of how much my mum thoughtfully raised us to become decent children and decent adults, but I had a good heart to start with lol. Still, I'm disappointed with the statement.

SecondLeadQueen5 allkpopellie Sunday, June 18, 2017

How is she a failure?! I've known incredible parents who raised less than great children. and I've known less than great parents have good children It's just how it is. Also After awhile blaming the parent gets very old. You can lead your child down the right path but it's up to them if they continue down that path.

Logan_W allkpopellie Sunday, June 18, 2017

she is not a failure or a horrible mom because her kid in 3rd grade acted like a bully. do you not know how many kids are bullied every single day from elementary school all the way up into university? plus most kids who do bully when they are younger, are just that.. kids, and when they grow up and mature mentally and emotionally they regret the behavior and are amazing people. others remain bullies but it's not a reflection of the parents. some are a direct representation of their parenting. every situation is different. just because the kid did something wrong does not mean the parent is a failure, especially in an incident like this where kids are bullying in a country notorious for bullying. so are all the parents failures? she would be a failure if she neglected, abused, and exploited her child.

propanda Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

If your child is a bully you didn't raise the child well. Simple as that. Child is the one being raised not an adult.

SecondLeadQueen5 propanda Sunday, June 18, 2017

That's not true. Are you a child psychologist?! Children can come from great homes and bully.

allkpopellie SecondLeadQueen5 Sunday, June 18, 2017

agree, I have seen evil kids from wonderful parents, but I later realized crap those kids became evil because they were spoiled to death :(, of course parents can't be blamed for everything because at the end of the day that's the child who make the choice, but she should be careful in the way she words/justifies her kid's actions.

allkpopellie Logan_W Sunday, June 18, 2017

As a matter of fact, SK is notorious for bullying, and of course there are children who grow up regretting their actions. However, boys will be boys, girls will be girls, and kids will be kids, are no excuse for bad behaviors, this doesn't excuse the child and the mum, she would be a failure if she neglected, abused, and exploited her child, sure, but she would also be a failure if she didn't raise that child well, I know some parents believe that this is not their job to teach behavior to their child, whose job is it then? the school? Whose fault is it? The teacher? the victim? I'm as offended as her (sarcasm alert) how could they only listen to the victim? It's just a child play, what's wrong with that kid? It was styrofoam only. If I don't see any bruises or broken bones, no hurt. Does that lady realize how dumb her statement is?

Logan_W allkpopellie Monday, June 19, 2017

SK is notorious for bullying and I totally agree that some parents do believe that they dont' have to teach their kids respect, kindness, responsibility, etc. but to say all kids who engage in an act of bullying are horrible kids and the parents are failures is a blanket statement and completely not true. does that make sense? i probably worded it wrong lol. what i meant is so every kid who has ever done something wrong, their parents are failures? the kids themselves are monsters? no. absolutely not. i have known kids who came from great families and who were so rude and disrespectful when they were children and mean to their classmates and grew up to be great people and i've known just as many people who's parents were not great by any means and who were angels in school. that's like saying every single person who steals is a felon who deserves the maximum punishment and is a failure to society. that is wildly not true. a career criminal is very different from a teen steeling a bag of chips. both are bad. just like a 17 year old aggressive career bully is extremely different from an 8 year old bully. again.. both are bad. but to say both are equal and the parents are failures is just not true and not well thought out. kids will be kids is not an excuse. you are absolutely right. i didn't mean it that way so my bad! this child should be punished immediately and severely, but to attack this literal child and his mom, like to verbally attack, harass, and berate them when everyone has literally never met them, never met the victim, are reading a "news" story where the entire thing isn't properly laid out, are on a completely different continent as them, like genuinely we have no idea what actually is going on, to think it is okay to bully them is cool? thats totally wrong. criticism or an opinion is one thing. i never said the kid should get off free or is an angel, but to verbally go after people and be as cruel as people are being in the comments, that isn't right. a mom isn't a failure because her 8 year old child made a mistake. if the behavior continues on then yes. but one mistake or even a couple, does not make a failure. and bullying people you've never met online isn't okay because the child bullied someone else. since when is a wrong helped by another wrong? does that make sense? lol its so long

Logan_W propanda Monday, June 19, 2017

i think we just have to respectfully agree to disagree. almost every single kid engages in some sort of bullying whether the recognize it or not. bullying can be ignoring someone, pressuring someone, standing silent when someone else is being picked on, verbally being mean to someone, physically attacking them, calling them a name, etc. it is an unfortunate way most kids learn limits and social behavior and social constructs. not every kid is a bully, but almost every kid exhibits a bullying behavior at some point in their childhood whether they recognize it or not and whether or not it is dramatic or mundane. if this kid consistently bullied people then yes, the parent is at fault. are they are failure? no. they need to adjust their parenting immediately and take appropriate action. if the child continues to bully and behavior escalates then maybe you could say someone is a "failure" as a parent, but to claim this woman who you have never met, you have never had any interaction with, you don't know anyone around her, you've never met her kids, her relatives, her friends, you don't live on the same continent as her, to say she is a failure is bullying in & of itself. to make wild claims like that, to defame someone, to verbally attack someone is bullying. all i was saying with my comment is kids mess up. it's not excusable, and it shouldn't be let go of, but that comes with raising a child. it's part of teaching boundaries and respect. some kids have issues well into their high school days. each child is different. he needs to be held responsible for his disgusting actions and taught a lesson, but to verbally go after the mom and a literal child is wrong.

propanda Logan_W Monday, June 19, 2017

I know that her child is bully and not some sort of bully either, wrapping one kid up and hitting him something resembling on base-ball bat, that's more like child criminal than bully. Something went wrong with that child and compassion, empathy, and wrong to right are something parents are supposed to teach.

allkpopellie Logan_W Monday, June 19, 2017

No worries, even if it's long, I read it all, and you do write well. every case is diff, or course it's wrong to bash a child and a mother without knowing all the fact. But to reach that level of violence when bullying a child, this didn't start in 3rd grade, trust me, this is a behavior that was encouraged mostly at a very young age. To bully and being mean one time to a kid doesn't start with wrapping a kid with a blanket and ganging up to corner that kid, you should ask ur friends if the first time they bullied a kid, they did what this kid did. Also, the lady's statement is clear on how she's going to deal with the case, fake seriousness.... I call the mum a failure based on her statement, if it was mistranslated, I will retract my stand, if not, well she is imo.

SecondLeadQueen5 allkpopellie Monday, June 19, 2017

So all spoiled children become evil?! where do you get this information from?! Not all kids who bully others come from spoiled homes, I've met kids from rich homes who bully others and I've met kids from poor home who bully. Also when did she justify her sons actions?

allkpopellie SecondLeadQueen5 Monday, June 19, 2017

Did I say ALL spoiled kids are bullies? I was ref to people I know, why are twisting people's comment so u can live in dramaland. Reread the statement she made if you cannot see her justifying her son's actions, I suggest u to have someone read to u, or have someone share or paraphrase what they read, out of context, to u.

SecondLeadQueen5 allkpopellie Monday, June 19, 2017

Your sentences are poorly written and you have the nerve to imply I cannot read?! Oh please. "u" clean up those sentences before you try to call someone else illiterate.

allkpopellie SecondLeadQueen5 Monday, June 19, 2017

lol, there you go, are u mad? lol Why would I clean up my sentences? Am I graded? Is allkpop an AP English and literature composition blog? That's too bad doesn't seem like it, and your writing and reading skills are so so, and your interpretative skills are ... out of this world lol. Poor u, I see you ran out of arguments and you are just being nonsensical. Can't help u.

pink_oracle Sunday, June 18, 2017

Oh dear, I get that the media have been reporting the issue falsely to sensationalise the bullying but, her kid has been involved in bullying. Perhaps now would be a good time to put her career on hold and focus on being a hands on parent.

seungriseyo Sunday, June 18, 2017

Goo Jun Pyo is that you

Peejeon seungriseyo Sunday, June 18, 2017

I wonder who is Geum Jan Di?

_Jarhon Sunday, June 18, 2017

"accident"...... that sums up the situation completely.

SpringxTempo Sunday, June 18, 2017

girl i don't care if the bat was made out of cotton candy, THE CHILD IS A BULLY AND NEEDS TO BE DEALT WITH.

allkpopellie SpringxTempo Sunday, June 18, 2017

and they teamed up to corner him with a blanket, they could have killed that kid.

SpringxTempo allkpopellie Monday, June 19, 2017

the kid must be traumatized honestly, poor thing~

allkpopellie SpringxTempo Monday, June 19, 2017

I'm sure there were verbal abuses and a few physical assaults before too :(. yes traumatized.

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