Feed skater Kim Bo-reum won the final part of a civil lawsuit filed against former national teammate Roh Seon-yeong for being harassed.
According to the legal community on the 13th, both Kim Bo-reum and Roh Seon-young did not appeal within the deadline after the appeal court sentenced that “Roh Sun-young must compensate 3 million won” on the 21st of last month, so the ruling was confirmed.
As a result, the legal dispute between the two ended with Kim Bo-reum’s partial victory in two and a half years.
Kim Bo-reum was criticized by public opinion for the controversy over ‘bullying driving’ that arose after the quarterfinals in the women’s team pursuit of speed skating at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. However, public opinion reversed after an audit by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism found that there was no intentional bullying.토스카지노
Afterwards, Kim Bo-reum claimed that she had been harassed by Roh Seon-young from 2010 to 2018, when the Olympics were held, and filed a damages lawsuit in November 2020 with the Seoul Central District Court demanding 200 million won.
In February 2022, the first trial said, “It is recognized that Seon-young Roh verbally and abusively abused her junior Kim Bo-reum for speeding up her lap time in November-December 2017.” judged
The second trial rejected all appeals from both sides last month and maintained the first trial. The second trial judge tried to bring about a reconciliation between the two, saying, “There may be unfair things on both sides, but I also think that nothing has been done perfectly.”