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It’s not been so long since TOP of BIG BANG was arrested for doing drugs. When he got caught, a new name “Hahn SeoHee” rose up to the surface. She was a trainee, entertainment not known, who did drugs with TOP.
As the case grew bigger, they appointed each other for who brought in the drugs. During their fierce fight over the matter, TOP’s lawyer said publicly that “he had stopped doing drugs when he broke up with the girl and that was before he went to serve the military. ” Han SeoHee was not only doing drugs with him but also having a relationship with him.
Are you curious about TOP’s ex-girlfriend / ex-drug mate? Well, here is a profile of Hahn SeoHee, based on her SNS.
Hahn SeoHee Profile
SeoHee Hahn Instagram
Height: 166 cm
Weight: 47 kg
1. A drug mate with TOP of BIG BANG
2. Ex-girlfriend of TOP of BIG BANG
3. Will be debuting on January of 2018 as a girl group.
4. Calls herself a feminist and show strong disgust in man
6. Seems to be born in a rich family
7. Made it to the TOP 12 of MBC Star Audition Season 3
A Korean news channel exposed T.O.P’s smoking marijuana scandal on 1st June. This shocked people because he was known as serving a army at that time. Right after the reporting, YG entertainment announce officially that T.O.P is now investigated for his suspicion on smoking marijuana and fully repenting of his wrong. After a while, June 4th, T.O.P posted a hand-written apology on BIGBANG official facebook.
BIGBANG official Facebook
The day after a release of an apology, June 5th, T.O.P was notified that he got removal from a conscripted police officer position. Right after that day, June 6th, T.O.P be transferred to emergency hospital due to his drug overdose. The reason was he took too much benzodiazepine out of serious stress. He was in lethargy for 4 days and moved to ordinary room from intensive care unit.
On July 20th, Seoul District Court held a verdict hearing of T.O.P‘s suspicion on smoking marijuana. On this day, Court imposed T.O.P penalty for 10$ and asked him for 10 months of prison-labor with 2-years of probation. Court explained, “The prisoner at the bar(T.O.P) acknowledged all commitment he had and all his actions come crime.”, continuously, “Crimes related drugs harm individual’s life and health but also can influence society a lot, so strict punishment is needed.”. However, the reason why T.O.P’s sentence got reduced is that he acknowledged all the facts, seriously regretted it, and this is the first time he committed crime in his life.
At first, T.O.P denied all the suspicion on marijuana, but he changed his explanation in the second prosecutors’ investigation. Eventually, he admitted that “he smoked marijuana for 4 times.”. Also, T.O.P read aloud written apology in front of reporters after the trial, promising not to repeat this situation. T.O.P said, “I made a huge mistake because of my misjudgment at the moment.”, and ” All these situations happened for only a week. That week would be my wort time forever, and I am regretting smoking it. I’m so sorry for that and willing to get any sentence on me.”.
The music video has been under fire by some netizens claiming it sexualizes and degrades women. Along with the accusation is another one claiming that it contains provocative and gory imageries as well. And the conclusive reason why the whole thing became an issue was that there have never been idols that presented themselves the way Bang YongGuk did with so-called ‘provocative’ visuals.
While the video does contain certain mature content, we can’t help but question the maturity of people making such criticisms against the singer. Sexualization is something that is done in entertainment all the time. And it has been applied repeatedly to both men and women. As K-pop fans, we should ask ourselves if idols are not to be granted the creative freedom to express themselves, whether it comes in the form of sex and violence. It is disappointing and laughable to think that K-Pop is just limited to the typical ‘bubbly’ and ‘bright’ G-rated material. We certainly don’t hope that there are still South Korean K-Pop fans that are old-minded, pretentiously conservative without a clear reason, and ignorant about music entertainment contents on a global scale. Shifting perspectives, there is alternatively a possibility that netizens being critical of the B.A.P singer are actually just simply not satisfied with the quality of the music video. It’s possible because many people view the contents created by artists such as Jay Park and appreciate the art form. We have to remember that Jay Park was once part of a male idol boy band, 2PM and is still an idol as well. If you watch the videos, you’ll notice how similar ideas and subject matters are all incorporated into all the videos.
Beautiful sexy women and even cutting chicken heads, all the elements are there just like Yamazaki. And so there is also a possibility that Bang YongGuk has only been able to so far reach a market in South Korea that consists mainly of middle and high school students who are only used to watching exclusively bright K-Pop contents and G-rated videos, or potentially older people with the minds of middle and high school students. If such is the case, the steps an idol must take in order to release solo contents must be revised and a method to cater to a wider audience should be considered for long term success. Many fans overseas conversely have applauded YongGuk for his rap style and concept of ‘Yamazaki’. There is a divide of K-Pop fans in South Korea. Basically, ones that understand the cultural roots and intended artistic concept, and ones that are like ignorant sheep and criticize anything outside their comfort zone. While there are comments of criticism, there are also comments that support the ‘Yamazaki’ singer.
‘This is really good. Can I post this somewhere else too?’
‘Yeah go ahead, this is just my own personal review and there might be some inaccuracies but I wrote my review leaning towards on the more positive side.’
‘Your review did justice for the MV!!! I found myself agreeing to what you wrote and bobbed my head at the same time. Thanks for the nice share’
‘I did put some time into the review but was a little worried it wouldn’t be persuasive. But it’s a relief to know that you enjoyed it. Thanks’