This was such a sad and interesting interview. It’s a shame that Jang Ja Yeon didn’t get much justice even after the reopening of her case.


    It also makes me wonder what really goes behind the scenes in the Korean industry. Although I am sure this treatment of woman isn’t exclusive to Korea as we have seen in recent years what has come out of Hollywood. I hope her book get picked up and made into a film and I hope that if it does it sparks something in Korean because the misogyny that has been exposed in recent years is appalling. Most recently the Seungri and Hidden cameras case and the fact that Song Hye Kyo keeps getting bashed for public appearances after the divorce with Song Joon ki.