2NE1 member Park Bom will be leaving the variety show “Roommate.”
On July 24, Baek Jung Ryeol of SBS’s “Roommate” revealed that “Park Bom’s last appearance will be on July 27. She didn’t participate in the filming, so there was nothing for us to film of her. It is true that she is leaving the show.”
News of Park Bom being investigated for smuggling drugs resurfaced this past June. Although the investigation happened four years ago, the scandal erupted and caused more questions and controversy around Park Bom. Despite YG CEO Yang Hyun Suk trying to clarify the situation, people have been curious as to whether or not Park Bom would still appear in “Roommate.”
Baek Jung Ryeol added “There are no plans to have Park Bom participate any further. There were no discussions about it. We edited Park Bom out of many parts in the upcoming episode. All of this is because it is a legal controversy.”
2NE1’s Park Bom will not be present on ‘Roommate’ filmings for quite some time.
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2NE1 member Park Bom will not be attending next week’s filming for the variety show “Roommate.“
Earlier today, we reported that news broke out in Korea claiming 2NE1’s Park Bom was previously caught for smuggling large amounts of narcotics back in October 2010.
SBS Roommate: “As of now we don’t consider Bom appearing on Roommate as a problem, Since there is no problem in terms of laws this issue has nothing to do with Bom’s appearance on SBS (Roommate). However, SBS might follow Bom’s choice (if she chooses to modify).
“Why?” is the question that’s been tugging on everyone’s tail. With YG’s head president, Yang Hyun Suk, already releasing an official statement explaining their truth and stance, the public is still half in doubt. Then again, who wouldn’t be doubtful when a popular girl group member was allegedly being accused of “illegally smuggling” drugs? However, it has been confirmed that prosecutors decided to “close the case”, or in other words, release Park Bom. Though the misdemeanor was deemed to be true, a judgement was made that the crime was not a matter serious enough to carry through with a charge or further investigation.
This is where the doubt begins to form.