In an attempt to sway the Seoul District Court during her trial, GLAM’s Dahee has submitted enough apology letters to fill a small novel for her role in the attempted blackmail of Lee Byung Hun.
The original incident first became public in early September when Lee Byung Hun did the smart thing and went to the police alleging that he was being blackmailed by two women. The two women ended up being Dahee and model Lee Ji Yeon, who claimed that they had tape of Lee Byung Hun and them drinking and talking about naughty things or something:
Lee Byung Hun reported the case to the police on August 28, after receiving demands that he pay the two women 5 billion won (roughly $5 million,), according to Yonhap News. The video was reportedly a clip filmed at Lee Byung Hun’s home, with the three of them drinking and talking inappropriately.
True to her group’s name, one will never fault Dahee for not being ambitious.
Now that she’s been caught and brought to trial, Dahee has spent her time writing apology after apology because… it’s not like her (or GLAM for that matter) has had much else to do recently. How many apologies has she written so far?
And with more court dates coming, there’s bound to be more as well.
GLAM’s Dahee has now submitted her eleventh letter of apology to the Seoul Central District Court on November 13 for attempting to blackmail actor Lee Byung Hun for millions of dollars with model Lee Ji Yeon. It has only been a week since her last one and there will undoubtedly be more before the second round of trials on November 24, which will also involve an appearance by Lee Byung Hun for testimony.
I’m not sure how many more ways one can say “I’m an idiot and dun goofed” but one can’t fault Dahee for trying I guess (she gets what she deserves for trying to hatch such a dumb scheme though). Hopefully, she’s written about fifty billion apologies to her group-mates because, damn it, GLAM was really freaking good.