She previously made headlines this year as the trainee involved in BIGBANG's T.O.P's marijuana case.
28 Sep 2017 - 11:06 AM  UPDATED 28 Sep 2017 - 11:08 AM

Han Seo Hee recently made headlines when she held an Instagram Live session on September 24 and said a number of controversial things regarding several topics, such as her relationship with BIGBANG's T.O.P, her future, her marijuana controversy with T.O.P, and being a feminist. Following a number of upset responses from netizens, the trainee has issued out an apology for some of her statements.

In a new post on her Instagram, Han Seo Hee apologised for her remarks on being a feminist, writing that “I believe everyone felt uncomfortable by some of the things that I said on broadcast. Like I said several times during my [Instagram live] broadcast, it hasn’t been long since I found out about feminism. I started to gain attention from you all as I was starting to learn about feminism. I think it was careless for me to say things like ‘dress like a woman’ or ‘drive manly. From now on, I will study hard about feminism and become someone that can be a good influence. I will be careful with my words and actions, and not cause any more controversy. I sincerely apologize to those who were uncomfortable because of my broadcast.

Han Seo Hee previously made headlines this year as the trainee involved in T.O.P's marijuana case, for which she was given four years probation with the possibility of a three-year prison sentence should she re-offend during her probation period.


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