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Posted by elliefilet AKP STAFF Thursday, December 13, 2018

g.o.d's Kim Tae Woo addresses father-in-law's fraud accusations


g.o.d
's Kim Tae Woo addressed his father-in-law's fraud accusations. 

According to reports, Kim Tae Woo's father-in-law was accused of borrowing money and escaping to the United States. The g.o.d member's agency Soul Shop Entertainment stated on December 13, "This situation involving Kim Tae Woo's father-in-law Mr. Kim was due to an employee at his company. At the time of the incident... the agreement was settled by both parties." The label also explained Mr. Kim is currently living in South Korea and did not escape to another country to avoid his debt. Furthermore, Kim Tae Woo's father-in-law and mother-in-law divorced in 1985, and he wasn't even present at Kim Tae Woo and his wife's wedding in 2011. 

Soul Shop Entertainment concluded, "Whatever the case, we apologize for the controversy, and Kim Tae Woo and Soul Shop Entertainment will aggressively work together to resolve the issue."


Kim Tae Woo is the latest celebrity in a series of reports on celebrity parents who've been involved in debt scandals, including Microdot and Girls' Generation's Tiffany.

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hiroonakamura Thursday, December 13, 2018 3
Thursday, December 13, 2018

his fucking father in law...why do ppl bother taewoo about it though?

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krell Thursday, December 13, 2018 1
Thursday, December 13, 2018

NOT saying it is fair. But, It is somewhat normal though that family members of celebrities or famous political people do get ENHANCED scrutiny from the public as a result. And IF they misbehave, it becomes 'news' of a sort. I am saying this to point out that this is NOT a S.KOREA ONLY type situation happening here. The child of a USA President gets arrested for drunk driving say. Others, hardly 'news' exactly. But mix in a USA PRESIDENT, and it is a bit DIFFERENT in public perception and attention.

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hiroonakamura Thursday, December 13, 2018 0
Thursday, December 13, 2018

true...but i was more saying that some people are crazy for wanting taewoo to take responsibility or ask for forgiveness

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TroySperro (Banned) Friday, December 14, 2018 0
Friday, December 14, 2018

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KimAC Friday, December 14, 2018 0
Friday, December 14, 2018

As I said before in another article. You can't pick your relatives. Unfortunately Asian culture has this issue with "elders are to be respected above anything" and the age ladder is to be followed. Well you can respect your elders if they are respectable. Not all of them are as most of us know. Being older, doesn't make you more respectable or smarter and doesn't give them the right to have you bow to them. I think we see this in these articles. You can definitely learn from elders, but you should also know there are things to learn what NOT to do from elders. Age doesn't make you a good or bad person. A good person doesn't do such things if they are 15 or 95.

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shyloone Friday, December 14, 2018 0
Friday, December 14, 2018

lol whos next, someones cousin and then someones sister of a friend of a friend,does anyone even care anymore about this fraud cra anymore

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krell Thursday, December 13, 2018 0
Thursday, December 13, 2018

Oh My g.o.d ... ;)

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