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Police to Summon Kim Hyun Joong by This Weekend at Earliest

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2014.08.27 13:15 Newsen Baek Jae Ryun Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Facing a lawsuit for alleged domestic violence, Kim Hyun Joong may be summoned in by this weekend for investigation.

An affiliate of Songa Police Station, which is in charge of Kim Hyun Joong’s case told Newsen on August 27, “We’re in the process of discussing the exact date for Kim Hyun Joong to be summoned to the agency. We will begin the investigation this weekend (August 30-31) at the earliest.”

The affiliate added, “But the exact date has not been confirmed yet. Since Kim Hyun Joong had schedules overseas, we’re still discussing with the agency by taking that into consideration.”

About what will be investigated, the affiliate explained, “We will be focusing on checking whether or not what citizen A had claimed in the lawsuit is true or not.”

Police to Summon Kim Hyun Joong by This Weekend at Earliest

On August 22, Kim Hyun Joong was accused of assaulting and injuring his girlfriend on repeated occasions.

Girlfriend ′A′ stated that she has been dating Kim Hyun Joong since 2012, but from May to July, she was assaulted four times in Kim Hyun Joong′s home in Songpa-gu, requiring two weeks and six weeks to recover.

Regarding the accusation, KeyEast stated, "After checking the facts, the two people knew each other since 2012, but only started dating in recent months. While dating, they got into verbal arguments, and during that process, it is true that emotions riled up and there was a physical dispute, but it is false that it was a repeated offense in the period of two months like the reports say."

The agency told Newsen, “KeyEast and Kim Hyun Joong will reveal the truth through a close investigation and will participate diligently in police investigations.”

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