K-pop girl group Apink has suffered yet another bomb threat from the same individual.
On November 21, Apink's Jung Eun Ji was scheduled to attend her new drama 'Untouchable' press conference at Imperial Palace Hotel, Seoul.
However, the event got delayed as the hotel received a phone call saying, "I know that there's a 'Untouchable' event today. I have a grudge, and I will set off a bomb."
The police emptied the venue and there were no explosives found.
Shortly after, Jung Eun Ji expressed her concerns toward this issue by posting a note to the suspect on her Instagram.
Jung wrote, "I don't know who you are, but the authorities know who you are. Although you are obviously committing crimes and we know who you are, they're unable to punish you as the laws are different in Canada and Korea."
She added, "Please take stronger measures against the criminal, so that he can be caught as quickly as possible. Also, I would like to express my apology to the police and the reporters who came and waited today. Thank you."
Apink members have continuously been facing bomb threats from the same culprit since June. The identified suspect is currently residing in Canada.
(Credit= SBS funE, 'artist_eunji' Instagram)
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