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Lee Byung-heon speaks out

After the story broke about an ex-girlfriend of Lee Byung-heon accusing the star of tricking her into a sexual relationship (which Lee’s side refuted as an attempt at blackmail and extortion), Lee has now responded personally. He posted his feelings in a December 13 message on his homepage, and while he didn’t address any of the accusations directly, he called them “distorted truth” and encouraged his fans not to worry, as the truth will come out in the end.

The message reads:

This is Lee Byung-heon.

I don’t know what words to use to greet you.

It’s been a while since I last wrote. I should be writing about good news…

The company and my lawyers held me back, but I am writing because many of you are worried.

The story that has been released to the world has been distorted, and I’m not sure what stories will come out in the future, but the truth will come out in full, through the legal process.

But more importantly, what should have been left as precious, beautiful memories has been twisted and dispersed to the world. My heart is pained that the circumstances between two people who were once so dear to each other has turned into this.

Throughout my career, at times there have been instances when I could not explain a situation, and at times I have believed that keeping quiet about outright lies or stories that have been twisted was the wise choice, and that will largely continue to be how I live my life in the future. I believe that the truth that I have faith in can be felt through the heart, not through words.

Through this latest incident, I have unintentionally caused you all to worry. However, my drama has not yet finished, and it’s my duty to not cause trouble for the people working with me, so I will do my best through the end.

I am trying to not let this affect me.

I hope you will not let this affect you.

Please be strong.

I am here in my place as always, unshaken. Thank you.

Lee’s ex-girlfriend, a Ms. Kwon, had filed a civil lawsuit on December 8 with the Seoul Central District Court, asking for reparation for damages inflicted. On December 10, it was further revealed that she had accused Lee of illegal gambling.

Lee’s management responded by revealing that Lee had been the target of blackmail calls and declared their intent to countersue for defamation of character.

On December 13, Ms. Kwon’s side released photos of her with Lee Byung-heon and at his home to show that she had truly lived with him. (Pictures above and below.) Kwon stated that her reason for releasing the photographs is because of the reproach that has been directed her way after filing her suit, and she wanted to prove that she was telling the truth about her story and how she had lived with him.

Via Yonhap News, Leebyunghun.kr, DongA, My Daily

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Ugh way to make us women look bad... Why can't people just stay classy and mature after a relationship ends? And for money too.....

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@ 1 well said that gold digger should just move on with her life. If LEE is as bad as she says he is why not just ask for an apology and not money? In the end that's just gonna make her look bad not him

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@ 1 well said that gold digger should just move on with her life. If LEE is as bad as she says he is why not just ask for an apology and not money? In the end that's just gonna make her look bad not him :(

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Even if the accusations are true, blackmailing & suing sounds a little harsh, don't apologies work anymore? But reading her side of the story makes me pitty her & understanding of the emotional pain she suffered. Funny how this doesn't even affect me but I'm so wind up in this, Hehe.

CHEER UP LBH!

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@ 1 KrnKimbap

Why do you presume that the woman is to blame? Maybe there is some truth in her story, but we'll never know since we were not "there". I don't know why it always has to be the women who are ostracized and made to look bad. I am not saying the accusations are true, but that is not to say they are not either. What two grown up people do behind closed doors is really their business and it is not for any one of us who were not involved to judge.

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I agree with TwoCents!

we don't knwo the truth so don't blame any sides.

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I'm not sure I'm understanding what is going on here, but Ms. Kwon is suing because LBH promised marriage and after she moved in with him, and after CONSENTUAL relations, he reneges on the marriage promises and dumps her right? And so she is suing for emotional damages? How is this even a case? Honey, guys here in the States (and I'm sure women too) do this all the time! If people sued everytime they get dumped, or if everytime some guy reneges on marriage promises, our legal system would be bogged down with this sort of garbage and never have any time to hear serious cases such as murders, etc. I'm not saying that LBH might not be a dirt bag in this scenerio to Ms. Kwon, but aren't we all adults here? Sue him for money for getting dumped? UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get an apology Ms. Kwon and move on!

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aqgree with twocents and otk...what happened behind closed doors between adults should remain behind closed doors...let's not blame either one...we don't know the truth...as LBH says...the truth will come out thru legal processes....let justice prevail...anyway...i wonder why the girl like him? ...in my opinion...he is not handsome at all...when he smiles, he look like the joker in batman....i guess she liked him for the money....or not....

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Both sides played with fires and got burned!! No one is a victim. Both sides have different expectations of each other that's all.

Look at Jacky Chan, he comes back even stronger after his sex scandal broke couple of years ago. It is surprisingly, he still gains so much respect and trust in the entertainment industry.

I believe, Jacky Chan has got a good wife who embraced all his flaws and continued to support him silently after the scandal broke. The same also applies to Andy Lau's wife who decides to support him anonymously for so many years. That's what I call true love.

In contrast, look at Tiger Wood. I am actually feel rather sorry for Tiger, such a genius, but has a wife (or rather a nanny/baby sitter) who has little understanding, shallow intellectual depth and lack the power to embrace his flaw. At the same, gave willing to give him no concession at all, but with malicious intent to destroy him. I think Tiger is a broken man now, and not sure how long will take him to get back to his feet.

Wonder who is the real victim ? It is the fans who are the victim who knowingly about the imperfect character and personality of their idol (or rather idiot), but still continue to support the idiot.

The public persona is just as human as all of us, however, when you look behind into their private life, they seem quite depressing, unfilling and living life of false glamour!! That's why so many of them die so young, rather than living life to its fullest and enjoying every minute of it!!

To life, cheers!! ^__________^

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@5 and 6,
I think we CAN take a side on this -- using basic understanding of the matter. The woman is suing for MONEY. That gives us a very clear clue into her intentions. She accepted money to move to Korea. She expected her housing and food and everything to be covered -- and it was. She got herself a sugar daddy, and got pissed when the funding got cut off.

The woman prior to the lawsuit was blackmailing LBH. That's extortion.

The woman's latest lawsuit about LBH's supposed gambling is nothing more than an attempt to character assassinate - -that's defamation.

The information is here. Even though I am not a LBH fan, I am fairly comfortable at this point to conclude that this woman is a mean-spirited, batsh*t nutcase.

She also sounds mental. Who files two lawsuits and then releases private photos within days? Someone fairly unstable, I would say.

Also, why is her face pixelated? She is not a rape victim. She released these photos herself. She is simply a litigant in a lawsuit. She does not have any rights to privacy.

I don't know why this case has me so angry. Maybe it is the combination of the Tiger Woods case and this one, but really, what century are we living in? I want to throttle these women: if they want to make millions, then close the legs, get a profession, and EARN it.

LBH and Tiger Woods have money because of talent, hard work, and dedication, not by seducing, sleeping with, and leeching off of someone rich.

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@NOm_kitten: well said. I really don't care about LBH but suing due to being dumped seems rather pathetic. I can't put my words any better than you but I agree.

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@10 well said, women nowadays are driven by money and fame and dont care to respect themselves. take a look at all these women that seem to suddenly appear out of nowhere to say that they have slept with this celebrity or the other!! come on where are their self respect. all i blame it all on reality shows!!! quick fame, quick buck.........no need to work for it!!!

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i hope this whole thing sorts itself out soon!!!

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my first thought was...oh, he writes pretty well...and then, yes, he does write pretty well in representing himself as the victim...
but then again, it must be really sad to see your pictures plastered and circulating on the internet or wherever else she posted them... i felt sad looking at those pictures, it is an invasion of privacy, those should be as he said private treasured (or despised in her case) memories...
so in the end, i feel sad for both of them...i can understand how she would feel, and hurt and anger does lead to irrational behavior...
it's unfortunate it's come to this point, at the same time, as a famous public figure, things like this should be expected and avoided, so still lack of judgement on his part...there is still some responsibility one has to assume...

and regarding those women going after the money, personally i say "go get them for all they've got!" because in the end, they will still be better off than you...so make them pay, what's the line "don't get mad, get even"?

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oh...no...it's "don't get mad, get everything!" (from the First Wives Club)

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to reply to I DON"T GET IT
what you said about for everytime we break up with gf/bf, and that we sue our lovers in court, a bottleneck will occur in the courts and things like this are stupid

from what she said, the company promised companionship, love, sex, and marriage

she decided to give up everything, her dancing or professional something something (in vancouver) to be with him, thats her choice and if she thought she was going to get married (i.e decided to be with him and also be married to him (when she left for candada, she may already had ulteriour motives)

everyone gets dumped or become the dumpee once in a while and i guess she is doing this because he is LBH, if anyone here know if such cases have brought through court, bring it to light, it sounds very baseless because they were it a relationship not a marriage so how can you sue something when its not marriage, anyway in korea, isn't being with a man before marriage taboo or something, LBH and his company should no better to lure a women of such

im curious and sadden by the events happening and how it is played into the koeran media and as you know everyone wants to know what a celebrity is up to

i hope he and she can get all the affairs in the right order and that this does not play too much into the public

just release a statement, with one or two pics and thats it, i understand it is a tough time but still you are going to get criticised no matter what you say or do

just sit quiet and follow the lead of the latest case between sm and tvxq 3 members, just state the facts and then let the courts decide, they sent statements to the media and now over 3 months its in the courts hands

and on a last note, something about a couple of men blackmailing LBH and how she is related, whether if she is or isn't related, this is extortion and to the extent those blackmailers will be caught, im sure LBH has got some dirt on them with his money and power

anyway my rant is over (i might sound 2 face cos im just HONEST)

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The core of the problem facing Jacky Chan, Tiger Woods and LBH are the same. It is called sexual misconduct.

In the case of LBH, he is not really as innocent as he tried to defend himself. Since he claimed that he is unshaken, but failed to realise that he still have to take self-responsbility for his action/inaction, decision/indecision, promises and broken promises. Hence, I do not think he has learned the lessons. He is just too proud and egoistic and I believe it is not good in the long run for him.

Frankly, I am kind of feeling ashame for my fellow mates, they look so brave outside, but deep down they are really a whimp inside, and "unshaken" is just to camouflage the fact that I am badly shaken!!

All three of them, I believe, are buddhists. Strictly speaking, they have broken one of the key precepts in buddhism. Of course, only if they observed those precepts. Otherwise, history will tend to repeat itself.

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Too bad a relationship that turned sour .............hopefully in the near future we will all know the truth.. .....

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It's such a shame (and annoying) that everyone is attacking Ms. Kwon so vehemently and so soon... even though hardly any details of the case has actually been made public. Everyones first thought is gold-digger (mine too!) but the important points to remember are:
1. This is Korea. Despite whatever is 'normal' practice elsewhere (e.g. US, UK etc.)... Korea remains pretty conservative. (NB Morality Laws for adultery... remember that case from a few months back).
2. LBH is knocking on 40 and Kwon is 17 years younger- shes only 2 year into Korean 'adulthood' for crying out loud... What was he thinking?
3. 22 is a very young age- a very manipulable age- so it makes me wonder if others are exploiting this situation for their own...

But like I said... there's not enough info to make any informed judgement. It makes no different to me if he did or didn't... I still think he's a great actor. Just hope they settle this quickly and quietly.

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@16: ti know quite a few korean friends who have been in a relationship and are definitely not married

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@ #10 - agreed, agreed and AGREED!

LBH so far has not denied that he was in a relationship with kwon after the lawsuit has been filed - but it definitely looks like she's only after money. she should've just thanked her lucky stars that she was once eating, shopping, sleeping and living with LBH.

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@21 cille: You have just fallen victim to idolise LBH too much!! Hahaha...

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Before knowing off for the night, I thought I share with you all about role model that a Happy Guy that I have drawn alot of my inspirations from. His advice is as follows:

Who’s your role model? Perhaps it is some famous athlete. Or maybe some glamorous movie star. Or could it be someone dedicating his life to making the world a better place. Remember what a role model is; it is someone you admire and you would strive to become more like. The danger about having a famous athlete for a role model is that you will likely never be able to repeat the amazing moves for which he is famous. So what you will most likely emulate are his attitudes and habits, which might or might not be worthwhile. The danger about having a glamorous movie star for a role model is that you will likely never be able to repeat the luxury and glamourfor which she is famous. So what you will most likely emulate are her attitudes and habits, which might or might not be worthwhile. The danger about having someone dedicating his life to making the world a better place for a role model is that you will likely never be able to have the same impact on the world for which he is famous. So what you will most likely emulate are his attitudes and habits, which… which … which are probably among the best possible.

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So, this girl is 22, right? LBH is 102, right? She's being prodded by shady guys to file this lawsuit, etc. Right?

I don't see a crazy banshee bent on revenge. I see a hurt young girl being used by older men. First by LBH and now her handlers. Of course, she's probably angry, and easy to persuade. She's young.

No wonder LBH is unshaken; maybe he couldn't handle a female peer, but an infatuated young woman who should "thank her lucky stars" she's even in his presence, that's easy, right there.

Until she sues you.

On another note, I'm so relieved that I'm slowly revolving out of LBH's preferred age range! ^^

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@ AgentDarwin: Am sorry but a guy that cheat get your sympathy but not his wife who get cheated on? Instead she get criticize for lacking the intellectual depth to embrace his cheating flaws? Because obviously a woman who can swallow the shame and hurt of being the spouse who can't even earn the respect and love of her husband is the clear role model for all females out there. Obviously.

As for the LBH scandal as well as the Tiger Woods scandal, omg, who cares? It's their messed up personal lives, let them live it out. We should just enjoy their works.

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No matter what the truth is, for there to be such a scandal means that there is some amount of fact mixed within the fiction, right? Such a thing does not pop up out of nowhere, and no one with any shred of common sense would exploit a celebrity, especially such a high-profile celebrity as Lee Byung-heon without there being some sort of substantial reason, and an amount of truth in it.

People who all choose to move to blame it all on either LBH or Ms. Kwon are not thinking of the situation objectively. To say that "All women these days are just gold diggers" is an incorrect fact and to say that LBH is just trying to make himself the victim in the midst of all of this is also a dubious statement.

In all situations there is going to be some level of disconnect, since no one will probably ever know what REALLY happened, but the accusations and blatant stereotyping and labeling to social standards isn't cool at all, and it may not even be true, so why say something that you may regret later?

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Sorry for the double posting but I also have to add LBH's case totally differ from that of Tiger Woods! LBH is not a married dad! So for the love of all that holy, stop defending Wood's action and stop blaming just the women he slept with. Last I check, it takes two to do the horizontal tango.

Woods is cheating jerkwad. Period.

Also, it really unnerves me to see all the female bashing and stereotyping in here. Can we even it out and call all males as cheating bastard also? Why only criticizing the women?

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@26 Heej "and no one with any shred of common sense would exploit a celebrity, especially such a high-profile celebrity as Lee Byung-heon without there being some sort of substantial reason, and an amount of truth in it."

No one who is rational too.

I was definitely on the side of "the jury is out" on this one inititally even though I'm a huge LBH fan. But she has increasingly become more aggressive and hostile.

Now she is threatening to expose an "inappropriate picture"! This, to me, translates to: PAY UP OR ELSE!

How they met and the age difference aside, I'm starting to believe the guy came home one too many times to a boiling pot of bunny soup and had to put girfriend's behind out on the streets!!

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lol forever at his house.

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I don't condone either of their actions, however I would like to add the following. If LBH and/or his representatives brought this young lady from Canada to Korea with the promise of a long-term relationship that is between them. However in doing so if they also agreed to provide her with her opportunites for advancement in her carreer if she relocated, and those promises from LBH or his company were not delivered that could be considered fraud.

If in fact this Kwon moved to Korea with the hope of not only a relationship but also a position in the Korean Gymnastic organization and the opportunities were not delivered then there are financial implications to this scandal, and it is fair that she explore those options. Especially considering that by not moving she might have continued a carreer she is no longer elligible to do having moved outside of Canada.

Finally, engaged or not engaged if there was any sort of planning/financial investment on her or more importantly her familes part that they undertook because of the promised arrangement then I would agree that he is in some way culpable for part of that expense.

I think we can all agree that If you plan a wedding but breakup before the wedding both parties should bear the financial burden resulting from that break. We do not know what possible personal financial losses Ms. Kown might have incurred throughout this relationship. However, it is not for us to decide what is the right course of action that is the province of the courts and the legal system.

That being said if this is the case of a woman scorned who wants revenge then LBH should let this play out in full view of the press and legal system. In the end the truth will out. A scathing public will take care of Ms. Kown If he really is innocent/not culpable in any of this mess.

LBH should feel as though there is nothing to hide and let the courts and public opinion decide the outcome of this case. He has supporters that will stand by him no matter what the truth is, however, if he is not willing to take the risk to engage this woman both in print and in the legal system then public opinion will decide on its own what the truth is and who is really the wronged party.

~R

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as a woman i never understand why many of fans said hey she is B****, Gold digger . i am absolutely agree with Two cents , mostly here is women but most of them blame her.

we don't know the truth behind. something i think about LBH why don't he Look for mature woman on his age. not a Kiddo like her. 22 it's so young i don't think she's mature enough ( even her age 22 ). he seems Playing around with kids??? he likes date or Play with early 20's girl??

we don't know LBH's real personality. i understand her Feelings dumped, outside her hometown.

i wonder who is the real victim. i don't think this Girl is " stupid" enough to sue LBH she must be has many evidences.

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@rossi: thank you! i was hoping someone would say that to AgentDarwin.
@ Agentdarwin: you believe somebody with an ounce of self-respect to have "shallow intellectual depth and lack the power to embrace his flaw?" You even tried to define "true love." If those men knew what the hell True love means, they wouldn't go around and screw with other women.

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Drank too much water, so need to go to the loo. Then, got curious to check on the progress of this thred!! [email protected] Rossie and Anne, have you all read my posting @ No. 17?

Both of you sound so much like tigress. Hehe...I am just a guinea pig, you know? So, if you want to pick fight, fight it with Tiger is better. Please read No.17 before rebutting OK? ^__________^

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@agent Darwin
They may be Buddhists but they are not Buddha. Big difference. And I don't think they are practising Buddhists.

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and it's time for all the feminist dumb bitches to start their rant.

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Okay now she is posting private photos....but why block out her face? I really want to see what she looks like. So next if she does not get any settlement will she be posting videos next?

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I am not a fan of LBH but this looks like a case of a gold/fame digger that is trying to get more out of this since he's really famous now.

In a relationship, it takes two to tango. She agreed to move to Korea to be with him. It's her choice. Nobody held a gun to her head. Relationships end and so what if there were promises of marriage, it happens all the time! Feelings change or maybe LBH saw her true self.

If love is an issue here, why sue for money. That in itself shows money has always been the motivation for her from the beginning. Love would not motivate a person to hurt the one you love.

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is really all these other peoples karma and not any of our business.

unfortunately, some like to play with other peoples stuff. :(

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and also it's pretty stupid of people to say "why didn't he look for woman his age?" Now I will ask that dumb woman "why didn't YOU look for man your age instead of finding yourself a sugar daddy?"
Stop talking like women are the only ones who can get hurt emotionally, men can too you know. All the double standards dumb feminists should go cry in a corner and preach stupid things to themselves instead of fueling their ego and destroying LBH career this way. what belongs to private matters should be private and it does not have anything to do with a person's career. The woman chose to make it public, which can destroy LBH's career. She deserves all the backlash she is getting. Whatever the result of the lawsuit, she still comes off as stupid and greedy. It's not about who treated whom badly, it's about who is damaging whom AT THE MOMENT. And guess who the culprit is? That exact woman who is suing LBH.

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I don't think dramalover understands what the word feminist means.

It's disturbing how many people automatically assume the woman is the evil one here. What makes you think LBH is incapable of being in the wrong? This is a CIVIL suit, not criminal, so it's not wrong of the woman to seek damages if the court finds it appropriate. She's not claiming that LBH committed a crime, just that he owes her damages. Let the court decide if she deserves it but leave the "dumb feminist" and personal slurs out of it.

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@40: so explain to me how much you understand of the word "feminist"
also is there a rule that protects privacy in civil cases? who's in the wrong here, releasing the photos to the press and all?

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A feminist is someone who advocates for the equal treatment of women in society, who believes women and men deserve fair and egalitarian treatment in the eyes of the law. How can you, dramalover, accuse "dumb feminists" of anything objectionable in this thread? The slur seems like a cheap shot on your part to detract from an argument, except it makes no sense.

Somebody tell me, because I don't see it, what is the problem with the releasing of the photos? They're not intimate or scandalous. They are, as Kwon said, to prove she did actually know and date LBH, because people were accusing her of lying. I don't know if she's got a case against LBH, but I don't understand why so many people are hurling insults for the pictures issue.

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I am a feminist, I love Lee Byung Hun and I'm offended at that feminist crack.

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@42:
that's called double standard. People called for equal treatment for men and women but went about and asked question like "Why did LBH go for 20s women, why didn't he find woman his age, oh so stupid blah blah blah" You think it's ok to ask him that and not accuse her of the same thing? Oh so that's what you called equal treatment? Obviously the feminists in this thread have despicable double standard so I tell you they are dumb and I'm not generalizing feminists at all here ok.

The problem with her releasing pics to the newspaper is not how intimate the picture is, but the fact that she released private pic and make it public. All things private should remain private, she can present it to court but why did she choose to give the press the pics? I guess that's more money for her because the newspapers are obviously dying to put those photos on their front pages. She make the whole private thing PUBLIC and she deserves the backlash. that's all. it's not even about whether she was hurt or not. Revealing a person's private life is WRONG.

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"sugar daddy", "dirt bag", "joker in batman", "idiot", "proud", "egoistic" - people are getting creative in the words they use to describe LBH....

what my brain can't wrap around is the fact that LBH is allowing other men to make arrangements for him concerning a very intimate relationship.... what does that say about the character of this actor????

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@ dramalover: I think if you are female, if you like to vote, have the right to owe property, have the right to an education/job/other opportunities, you're a feminist. So yes, we're pretty much all feminists around here, I'm sure. I for one know I sure like my right to be able to buy my own house.

I agree with anon, your comment is senseless. But you're right in that these things should have remain as a private business between the two of them. It's crass and crude to drag these things out in public.

@agent darwin: I did read your 17. It didn't change my understanding of your original comment so my old comment still stand. And btw, I think not cheating is one of the Golden Rule, which mean it's the same in every culture, traditions, religions, etc. So bringing in Buddhism as part of the argument is rather nonsensical and useless.

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dramalover:
But you're totally conflating the issue. Where did the people who said LBH shouldn't date a 22 year old woman also say that they were feminists? What the hell does any of this have to do with feminism and why are you dragging it in when it's inapplicable to this case at hand? Furthermore, I don't see the double standard issue here. At all. I keep thinking "These words don't mean what you think they mean."

The fact that you boiled down this entire issue into "People who criticize LBH have double standards and are dumb feminists" shows me that you have no idea what feminism is. Please stop using that word. It's been badly abused in the past and I hate to see people fling it around like an insult when it's something all people, both men and women, should strive for.

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Come on - this girl is either very naive when she promise to move to Korea and be taking of or she is so stupid to get sympathy from the court. I am sorry that's why I get so frustrated when I hear story about a twenty something girl suing a guy who she thinks got dump. I read some of you said and I do agreed that what goes behind closed stay closed. This girl really must have felt like needing to sue "him" for all his worth and tell/show it to the press. I don't have any sympathy for her.

I hope she does get something but for what is worth, it is really bad money if she gets anything.

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This story is beginning to be worthy of being filmed into a drama!

I think LBH as a famous celebrity should have been more careful in what relationships he gets into and how he handles breakups.

It is no point arguing about who is right or wrong here because the facts are not out yet and even if the court eventually pass a verdict, only the people involved will really know what happened.

Maybe if the woman is another famous person, people will sympathise with her more, but now the facts just doesn't seems to be in favour of her.

In any case, I personally hope they settle out of court and in peace!

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@49: are you kidding me? If the woman is a famous person, what happened to her will be similar to what happened to Baek Ji Young and Ivy.

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