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[Photo] Kim Hyun Joong Appears for Investigation Following Domestic Violence Allegation

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2014.09.03 10:25 Newsen Jung Il Gu

Kim Hyun Joong arrives at the police agency


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

Kim Hyun Joong remains stoic


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

The media crowds around Kim Hyun Joong


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

The mics are turned towards Kim Hyun Joong for a statement regarding domestic abuse allegations


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

Kim Hyun Joong appears to be overwhelmed


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

Kim Hyun Joong previously stated he will cooperate with the investigation


Kim Hyun Joong, who is currently mired in domestic violence allegations, appeared for the first investigation by police at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency in Seoul on September 2.

Photo credit: Newsen/Jung Il Gu

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