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Park Si Hoo Speaks to the Press Following His Cross-Examination

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2013.03.14 10:26 Mwave An So Hyoun Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Park Si Hoo was subject to a cross-examination on the same day he testified before a lie detector.

The actor was able to leave the Seobu Police Agency at 2:40 a.m., March 14. The cross-examination had lasted eight hours.

Park Si Hoo Speaks to the Press Following His Cross-Examination

Before the press, Park Si Hoo stopped to say, "You′re working so hard in this cold weather. I′ve cooperated as much as I could with the police investigation. The truth will come to light soon. I′m sorry for causing so much concern."

He looked tired, but he flashed brief smiles here and there, seemingly expressing his confidence of being cleared.

Seo Jin Ok of the Seobu Police Agency said, "The opinions of both parties haven′t differed much. We′ll try to be careful with evaluations because their stories are very consistent. It won′t take long to draw conclusions. We will try to be quick after receiving the results from the National Forensic Service."

The cross-examination is expected to have concentrated on whether the sexual relations that happened between Park Si Hoo and his accuser were forced.

Park Si Hoo had said before entering the police agency, "These past few days have been so hard on me. I believe I′ll have tired out many more people. I hope this examination brings a conclusion to the case. I′m sorry to have worried so many."

Park Si Hoo′s junior, who has also been sued in the case, followed Park Si Hoo into the agency, while the accuser entered through a different door.

The results of the lie detector test that took place on the same day is expected to be released by March 14 if evaluations go smoothly.

Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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