On December 10, it was revealed that the actor was booked for a DUI (driving underneath the affect) final month, and his driver’s license has been suspended.
He acknowledged through his company, “I absolutely understand the accountability I maintain for what I did fallacious with no room for excuses. I settle for all the criticism and am deeply regretful. I will likely be cautious in all methods to ensure that one thing like this to by no means occur once more, and I’ll take time to self-reflect.”
Following requires the actor to be faraway from his present drama “Delayed Justice,” which he’s main together with Kwon Sang Woo, the drama’s manufacturing crew launched the next assertion on December 11:
To start with, we specific apologies for inflicting concern to viewers because of the drunk driving of Bae Sung Woo, who’s at present starring in “Delayed Justice.” That is the manufacturing crew’s assertion relating to the matter.
After listening to the information of the main actor’s drunk driving, the manufacturing crew and broadcasting station SBS mentioned the very best strategy to resolve the state of affairs, and the conclusion we’ve come to to date is that it’s inevitable for the actor to depart the drama. In consequence, Bae Sung Woo will now not take part in filming, and the drama’s future plot is at present underneath dialogue.
Following the published of episode 12 on December 12, “Delayed Justice” will take three weeks off to reorganize after which resume broadcasts subsequent yr. As filming is full by episode 16, these episodes will air with Bae Sung Woo edited out as a lot as potential, and episodes 17 by 20 will likely be filmed with out this actor. We’ll put together to air the broadcasts with none points. We ask on your understanding as it is a determination made in consideration of this system move skilled by the viewers and the potential hurt that could possibly be brought about to the opposite actors and workers.
We as soon as once more sincerely apologize for inflicting an inconvenience in watching “Delayed Justice.”
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