Former After Faculty member Lizzy – actual title Park Soo-ah – has spoken up concerning the aftermath of her latest DUI incident.
Yesterday (September 14), the singer-actress took to Instagram to carry a Reside session, the place she opened up about her DUI incident. Again in Might, the singer had been booked for driving below the affect in Seoul’s Gangnam district, the place she hit a taxi. She is ready to face trial for the incident later this month.
Throughout the Instagram Reside session, Park apologised for her actions, saying that she had initially wished to apologise “in writing, but I didn’t think that would be enough [so she held a live broadcast]”, per Soompi.
“I am so very sorry,” she added, whereas expressing frustration over how the media had portrayed the accident. “Now, my life is over. It’s true that I’ve let everyone down. The driver [from the accident] wasn’t hurt that much, but the articles [were written that way].”
The Okay-pop idol later requested viewers for his or her understanding, whereas acknowledging that she “did something wrong. “Don’t people have a hard time at least once in their lives? There are many [people] telling me to [take my own life],” she mentioned. “I did something very wrong, and I know that I did something wrong. I’m so sorry.”
Park has largely stayed out of the general public eye since her DUI incident. Previous to that, she had been centered on an performing profession, with roles in tv sequence equivalent to 2020’s Oh My Child and 2019’s Kim Is A Genius.
In different Okay-pop information, BTS recently announced ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’, the boyband’s first on-line live performance of the 12 months. The occasion is ready to happen later this month, with ticketing data anticipated within the coming weeks.
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