The legal dispute between Kim Bo-reum and Roh Seon-young, the parties to the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics speed skating ‘bullying run’ controversy, ended with Kim Bo-reum’s partial victory in two and a half years.
According to the legal community on the 13th, Kim Bo-reum and Roh Seon-young did not appeal to the Supreme Court about the second trial ruling, so the ruling was confirmed. The second trial ruled on the 21st of last month that Noh Seon-young pay Kim Bo-reum 3 million won in alimony.
Kim Bo-reum and Roh Seon-young competed together in the women’s team pursuit quarterfinals at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, but Noh Seon-yeong fell far behind in the three-person team pursuit and failed to advance to the semifinals.
When Noh Seon-young claimed that he was bullied after the game, Kim Bo-reum filed a lawsuit in November 2020 claiming damages of 200 million won, claiming that he had been harmed by Noh Seon-young’s false claim.
The first trial judged that Roh Seon-young admitted to her verbal abuse and abusive language to Bo-reum Kim, and ordered her to pay 3 million won in alimony. Afterwards, Roh Seon-young appealed against her first trial judgment.온라인카지노
The second trial judge advised both sides to apologize to each other, saying, “It is a lawsuit in which players suffer due to the faults of adults such as skating federations, coaches, and coaches.”
When the two could not reach an agreement, the court ordered compulsory mediation in January, but the mediation was broken down due to Kim Bo-reum’s objection.
In April, the court again recommended reconciliation and ordered compulsory mediation, but the second trial proceeded with objections from both sides.