Ive's Jang Won-young's defection camp and prolonged litigation
Ive's Jang Won-young's defection camp and prolonged litigation
The legal dispute between Group Ive member Jang Won-young and 'Taldeok Camp' is expected to prolong.

On the morning of the 3rd, the 50th Division of the Seoul Central District Court held the second hearing for a lawsuit claiming damages worth 100 million won filed by Starship Entertainment (hereinafter referred to as Starship) against Mr. A, the operator of the Taldeok camp.

On this day, Jang Won-young's lawyer said, "It is not clear how much of Mr. A's total revenue is generated from videos made for defamation and business obstruction. Since the account was deleted, only the total revenue is known."

Accordingly, the court set the next date for June 19th, saying, "It seems necessary to confirm the facts as to whether the video content is false."

Jang Won-young and her agency Starship previously filed a lawsuit against Mr. A, who ran Cyber Wrecka YouTube. In the first trial, a partial ruling was made in favor of the plaintiffs, but Mr. A objected to the ruling and filed an appeal and requested a suspension of mandatory execution.

Accordingly, there are signs that the legal dispute between Jang Won-young and Mr. A, the operator of Taldeok Camp, will continue for a long time.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia delo410@tenasia.co.kr translated by google