She recently held an interview with SBS's '8 o' Clock News', where she said, "In the mid 2000s, Nam Goong Yeon called me to his house for work purposes, and started touching me with pressure treatment as an excuse. After that, it turned very sexual. I've been getting psychological treatments since I quit that work. I'm joining the #MeToo because I got courage from the others revealing what happened. I hope this helps society become a place where the victim doesn't have to stay silent."
Three of the four previous women also interviewed with SBS. One said, "I'm so angry that he said he was going to sue by saying it's false. It's made me think that I will reveal the truth to the end." The second said, "When I saw the first post, I realized it was similar to what happened to me. When I heard he was going to sue her for spreading lies, I wrote my post because I believed the victim shouldn't be sued." The third woman said, "I don't know how someone who begged me for forgiveness and said he would be forever guilty is now saying he's going to sue me."
Additionally, a man who is friends with Nam Goong Yeon interviewed JTBC's 'Newsroom'. He revealed that he had witnessed a scene like the ones that the women were accusing Nam Goong Yeon of. He said, "The women were getting massages while on their stomachs. Near the end, he told them that they had to take their clothes off and said the effects were different if they had their clothes off." He added, "He also showed me some photos on his phone that he had. It was photos of women's bodies without their faces showing."
So far, Nam Goong Yeon has denied all accusations.