Natural physical contact with Seungri Yoo Hyewon like a couple in Bangkok
Seungri, a former member of the group Big Bang, and actress Yoo Hye-won reportedly enjoyed their trip to Bangkok.
Dispatch reported on the 22nd that Seungri and Yoo Hye-won enjoyed their trip to Bangkok.
The media said that informant A, who was traveling there, captured Seungri and Yoo Hye-won.
According to A, Seungri spent his vacation at a luxury hotel in Bangkok on the 5th. It is said that Seung-ri and Yoo Hye-won walked in the lobby holding hands affectionately.
A said, “The two naturally touched each other like any other lover,” adding, “It was just that they were wary of Koreans.”
Seungri and Yoo Hye-won have been embroiled in rumors of dating in 2018 and 2020. However, Seungri did not confirm or deny the romance rumor.
Dispatch said, however, that the love between Seung-ri and Yoo Hye-won remained, and that Yoo Hye-won is known to have claimed to be a so-called “Okbaraji” while Seung-ri was serving in prison.
Meanwhile, Seungri, who was sentenced to one and a half years in prison for prostitution and overseas expedition gambling, was released from prison in February.
Seungri was cited as a key figure in the club Burning Sun scandal that erupted in November 2018. Seungri was accused of sexual entertainment and other charges.
Seung-ri was later sent to the prosecution in June 2019 for charges of violating the Prostitution Punishment Act (arrangement, prostitution), occupational embezzlement, evidence destruction teacher, sexual violence special law (camera, etc.), and was put on trial without detention in January 2020.
Seung-ri, who entered the Army’s 6th Division boot camp in Cheorwon, Gangwon-do in March 2020, has been under military trial since September 2020 when he was a private. Seungri has been charged with all but violating the Foreign Exchange Transaction Act throughout the trial. However, the first trial court found Seungri guilty of all charges and sentenced him to three years in prison, a fine of 1.156.9 billion won, and registration of personal information.
In January last year, the High Military Court of the second trial admitted all the charges as in the first trial, but accepted Seungri’s claim that the punishment was too heavy and reduced the sentence to one and a half years in prison. In May of that year, the Supreme Court confirmed a year and a half in prison, saying that there was no problem with the lower court’s judgment on the victory.
Seung-ri, who was imprisoned in the Armed Forces Prison as a soldier, was forcibly discharged from the military and transferred to a civilian prison. Under the Military Service Act, soldiers who have been sentenced to imprisonment for more than one and a half years will be automatically discharged