Court sentences After School's Lizzy to a year in prison for her DUI charges

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  • Wow. An actual jail sentence? Was her DUI that dangerous or is there something else.


    Kang in from Suju did DUI and crashed into another car displaying he was out of control and threat to human life AND he did a runner. He only got fined. His second DUI he crashed into a lamp post. He got a smaller fine the second time round. she would have to something more extreme to get a harsher sentence

  • wait was he guilty I have zero clue about the case but didn't he win the court?

    It doesn't make him innocent, it just makes the SK court system flawed. There was a lot of evidence of his guilt but justice is not always just.


    I hope this is the point for her where she decides to change her life and change herself and I wish fair punishments to other people who drove under the influence as well.

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  • Can't read the article. Does it mean prison time or only on probation?

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  • Can't read the article. Does it mean prison time or only on probation?

    Prison. The sentence is not suspended.

    This is the first trial though and she is likely to appeal, just like everyone else did.


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  • wow weird

    from all the idols who got charged for DUI she's the first one who's going to jail


    is it because she's a girl and we all know how koreans are sexist ?

    because 2PM, Suju etc... only got probation after their dui scandal or were fined

    I think it is too cynical to say she is only getting jail time because she is a girl (at least i hope so)

    that's why i was wondering if her case was more severe somehow and we aren't getting the full picture/details. I looked more into details and

    for starters, her alcohol level was so much higher than that of Kangin's and Jun.K's (Kangin: 0.05, Jun.k: 0

    .07, Lizzy:0.197%)

    second, accroding to the allkpop article, aside from the drunk driving she was also charged for dangerous driving and violating the road traffic act. so maybe her sentence was the accumulation of everything together and not just the drunk driving.

    finally, according to this article http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20200920000168 there have been a crackdown on drunk driving in Koread starting last year with both politicians and the public pushing for more severe punishement


    look at this paragraph for instance


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    In Korea, a drunken driving accident that results in death is punishable by at least three years in jail to a life sentence. A driver‘s license is suspended when blood alcohol concentration is 0.03 percent or higher, and the license is revoked when the level is 0.08 percent or higher.

    Lizzy, Kangin and Jun.k don't belong to the same "group". Lizzy's alcohol level was more than double the bench mark of license revoking.

  • they should've take her driving license and give her 3-4 year long probation

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  • Thats really really high

    At that point she probably wasnt walking properly


    I reckon she has an alcoholism problem, she has caused public scene due to intoxication before but first time it being illegal


    She needs to seek help for her alcohol problems

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  • at first i thought her sentence was harsh but 0.197 is really, really high, no wonder she got a year in prison. South koreans should be grateful blood alcohol limit there is high, lots of counties has zero tolerance.

  • For everyone clamoring for her to get jail time: it's not great for society to default to throwing people in jail. It shifts resources from health and recovery systems to punishment. It increases infections and viral loads. Inmates are at a higher risk of assault, sexual assault, and rape, which has long-term lasting impacts. etc. etc.


    You can think "someone who drove recklessly should be punished" and there are ways to do that that don't needlessly put people in prison for a year. I don't know the specifics of her case, so if she killed someone or something then that changes thing, but just driving drunk, this seems really harsh. It would be better for her (and by extension, society) if she was fined, sentenced to probation, and required to attend an alcohol recovery program.

  • I can understand when someone got seriously injured…. But a year in prison for a first offense is way to harsh…


    The Korean Justice system punishes severe crimes to light and less severe ones to harsh way to often…


    Unless I’m missing more details.

  • Im not one to defend anyone who drinks and drive but seems pretty harsh for a first time offender. I mean did that Super Junior guy get any prison sentence after multiple DUIs?

    I was just about to comment about this.... Daesung from Bigbang and Multiple Members of SUJU have had reckless driving and DUI charges, (one even involuntary vehicular manslaughter) but she is the one who got prison time.... when she did not even hit anyone or worse accidentally kill anyone...

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  • they should've take her driving license and give her 3-4 year long probation

    Yea, made her take A&A courses in order to get it back and probation would have been enough

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  • Can't read the article. Does it mean prison time or only on probation?

    She is looking at prison at this time.

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  • I was just about to comment about this.... Daesung from Bigbang

    Daesung wasn’t drunk, the person who died was a motorcyclist who already had a traffic accident due to his dui. The men was lying on the floor on a dark road. Daesung didn’t saw him (cause the person was completely dressed in black) and run over him. It’s not clear if the person was already dead (before Daesungs arrival) or if he died after Daesung run over him. So he was acquitted from all charges…. Completely different situation.

  • Daesung wasn’t drunk, the person who died was a motorcyclist who already had a traffic accident due to his dui. The men was lying on the floor on a dark road. Daesung didn’t saw him (cause the person was completely dressed in black) and run over him. It’s not clear if the person was already dead (before Daesungs arrival) or if he died after Daesung run over him. So he was found not guilty…. Completely different situation.

    Oppps, I knew someone was drunk in that situation, for some reason I thought it was Dae. My bad. ;( I just spent forever thinking my Bias killed someone by accident while being intoxicated =O

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  • Oppps, I knew someone was drunk in that situation, for some reason I thought it was Dae. My bad. ;( I just spent forever thinking my Bias killed someone by accident while being intoxicated =O

    No worries, you ain’t the only one. There is a lot of misinformation spread about this case by many people.


    If you wanna know what really happened here… it was a very unfortunate situation.

  • No worries, you ain’t the only one. There is a lot of misinformation spread about this case by many people.


    If you wanna know what really happened here… it was a very unfortunate situation.

    https://www.google.de/amp/s/ch…-sung-car-accident/%3Famp

    I cannot imagine he lives easily either way, knowing he accidentally killed someone ;( That is some rough trauma to try to process

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