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Kang Sung Hoon Will Be Taking Strong Measures Against Suit Reports

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2013.01.25 15:12 Mwave An So Hyoun Translation Credit : Erika Kim

[Update on January 25, 2013 4:15 p.m.]

The Yongsan Police Agency has confirmed to enews on January 25 that "no additional fraud charges have been pressed against Kang Sung Hoon between December 2012 to today (January 25)."

A source close to Kang Sung Hoon has also added, "We checked with the Yongsan Police Agency ourselves, and we′ve found that no additional charges have been pressed. We will be taking strong measures against those who reported the news without confirming it."

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Former Sechs Kies member Kang Sung Hoon denied that any new charges had been pressed against him.

According to the Yongsan Police Station on January 24, four people, including a property developer Mr. Lee, sued Kang Sung Hoon on January 23, stating he did not return the 1.5 billion won he had borrowed from them.

Kang Sung Hoon Will Be Taking Strong Measures Against Suit Reports

Mr. Lee and the others have been asserting that Kang Sung Hoon borrowed 2 billion won from them over the course of two years from 2008, saying he was planning to invest the money in a concert.

The accusers said, "He borrowed the money to take care of his other debts, and used it to lease luxury cars and enjoy other entertainments."

A source close to Kang Sung Hoon, however, told enews, "We haven′t been contacted by the Yongsan Police Station, and we′ve never been questioned on the case. Nothing has been confirmed; it feels like he′s already been found guilty as his name′s been circulating just because he′s the celebrity in the case."

The source added, "Those who sued Kang Sung Hoon this time are those Kang Sung Hoon came to sue previously. We believe they filed a lawsuit against him to have their revenge on him and cover up for their faults. We will take measures against them."

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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