There’s a friend who cursed at the teacher The reason why Nam Joo Hyuk’s classmates came out
Since actor Nam Joo-hyuk’s alleged school violence, alumni have been scrambling to testify about the facts.
Some media outlets have argued that “at least four people claim damage to Nam Joo-hyuk,” but other alumni who spent their high school days with Nam Joo-hyuk claim that “it is different from the truth.”
Last month, a media outlet said that Nam Joo-hyuk forced him to buy bread from the snack bar, and caused damage by taking away his cell phone and making paid online payments without permission.
In addition, he claimed that he made him do unwanted “sparing” and bullied his friends by throwing mechanical pencil leads.
However, after identifying Nam Joo-hyuk’s first-year high school alumni, including Park, who wrote on the online community, the first and third-year homeroom teachers, except for their second-year high school homeroom teachers who left the school due to retirement age, are interviewing their students.
Why are those who live a peaceful daily life going to the media?
They said, “I don’t know who the informant is, but I want to actively inform the situation at the time about what happened during Nam Joo-hyuk’s school days.”
SBS Entertainment News asked Nam Joo-hyuk and those who spent their school days whether there was anything that could actually be a problem.
Mr. S, who was in the same class as Nam Joo-hyuk when he was in the third grade of high school, said, “I had a separate friend (A) who flipped the school by making a paid payment with the teacher’s cell phone.”He explained.
Nam Joo-hyuk’s alumni and high school teachers also remembered that Nam Joo-hyuk had physically bumped into A.
S, who was in the same class in the third grade, said, “I remember A fighting with his classmates and acting a little exaggerated in class.” “When I was a high school senior, I cursed at my Korean history teacher, ‘What are you talking about, XX?'” I remember the teacher taking a leave of absence because he was so shocked by it, and at that time, Nam Joo-hyuk was mainly on the side of stopping A.”
Another fellow student who was in the same class in the second and third grades also said, “It was obviously wrong for A to swear at the teacher, but everyone hated to be involved with A. Although he was not a bully, he was tall and had frequent fights, so Nam Joo-hyuk, who was tall and good at sports, was rather discouraged. On that day, A hit Nam Joo-hyuk and it turned into a fight. The fight ended soon, but A did not leave school for a day or two because his pride was hurt. If Nam Joo-hyuk’s behavior was wrong, the teachers would have done something, but they understood that they had fought each other because they knew the postwar situation.He added.
Earlier on YouTube, Nam Joo-hyuk revealed that he had done something that could be seen as “cyberbulling” such as swearing in the group chat room, drawing attention to the authenticity.
Since there was a part of Nam Joo-hyuk swearing in the group chat room, it was necessary to check with the person affected by the incident and why this happened.
According to a student who was in a group chat room, the incident started with a female student swearing and bullying a male student named K.
One student said, “At that time, when this (bullying to K) became a problem, a friend created a group chat room and invited his friends. It seems that friends who heard that K was abused and bullied unilaterally criticized the girl and some cursed. About three people led the chat room, but it was not Nam Joo-hyuk. I think I said about three words, but I know that there was also swearing. I know that the friends in the group chat room were scolded because the girl said it. Later, some made up with the girl.He explained.
In fact, even if there was bullying against other students, private solutions through group chat rooms can be problematic. In order to check the details of the incident, he tried to ask a male student K and a female student who heard abusive language, but both reportedly told their alumni that they would not come forward, saying, “It’s the past and I don’t want to raise work.”
Some media outlets are reportedly preparing additional reports on Nam Joo-hyuk’s specific damage to school violence.
While Nam Joo-hyuk’s side claims that “there was no unilateral harassment,” attention is being paid to what conclusion Nam Joo-hyuk’s suspicion of school violence will come to