Posted by yckim124 AKP STAFF Monday, May 20, 2019

Late actress Han Ji Sung revealed to have been under the influence before her fatal car accident


It's been revealed that the late actress Han Ji Sung, 28, was driving under the influence at the time of her fatal accident.

According to a report on May 20, CCTV footage near a sashimi restaurant in Yeongjongdo captured Han Ji Sung and her husband leaving the restaurant on May 6 around 3:10 AM KST, which is 40 minutes before the fatal car crash that took Han's life

An affiliate of the restaurant stated, "Their table had about 5-6 bottles [of soju]. The guy [her husband] did drink."

According to the police, the National Forensic Service found a 0.1% alcohol level in Han's body. The percentage is high enough for a driver license suspension. Han's husband is capable of being charged with negligent driving. 

Back on May 6, the actress/former B.Doll member passed away from a 3-car crash near Incheon International Airport. Han, who parked her vehicle in the middle lane on an expressway, was outside of the vehicle for unknown reasons. She was struck by a taxi which was trying to steer away from her car, stopped in the center lane.

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Canucks4Life2,279 pts Monday, May 20, 2019 3
Monday, May 20, 2019

Honestly it is always a little sad when someone dies even if it is due to there own actions, however the only person I truly feel bad for is the man who hit her. He has to live with what happened for the rest of his life, he tried to prevent it but unfortunately things happen and I know the guilt would eat me alive even if I wasn't to blame for the whole thing.


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Guesstar2,439 pts Monday, May 20, 2019 13
Monday, May 20, 2019

As her husband and a lawyer, how could he not know she was drunk and why did he ask her to drive when he should have stopped her from driving in the first place? Also, in an emergency, a driver is supposed to slow down and pull to the side, breakdown lane or exit of any highway - that's basic driver's knowledge.

Calling for replacement driver service (plenty there) or close friend/relative to drive them home instead could have sufficed. This whole thing could have been avoided...never ever DUI.

* it's best to assign, beforehand, a driver who is not allowed to drink in a group or as a couple, or dial-a-driver/cab afterwards, on nights out. Be safe, not sorry.

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