On the 28th, Mr. Roh said on his Instagram메이저놀이터, “As many of you already know, I am the spouse of Mr. A, who recently disappeared after receiving tuition from four Pilates centers,” and announced that he had been filing for divorce since August of last year.

He said, “After starting the divorce lawsuit, I lived alone with my daughter, so I did not know about Mr. A’s whereabouts after that.” ”he said.

He continued, “Today, I heard that more than 800 people suffered damage due to Mr. A.” “He showed tears.

Mr. Roh said, “I came to think that it is my duty to compensate for the damages of the victims to the extent I can,” and “I will pay 70 million won, the total amount remaining in the account I currently have, to Mr. A in the name of property division. We plan to deposit 70 million won with the court so that the victims can be compensated.”

He also said, “It may be an insufficient amount to restore the damage to all victims, but I sincerely hope that my decision will help the victims recover from damage.”

Mr. Roh, a former Pilates instructor, has a history of running as a candidate for the Hwaseong City Council in Gyeonggi-do, the power of the people in the last 6/1 local election.

At the time, Mr. Roh drew attention with a novel slogan, “I will run like a slave,” which was created after the word “slave” in front of his name.

It is said that he decided to run while campaigning against the Moon Jae-in government’s Corona 19 quarantine policy. At the time, he said, “As this is my first run, I tried to write a novel phrase on the representative banner to imprint my name.” At the same time, he expressed his gratitude to the supporters, saying, “Thanks to you, you recognize a lot,” and “There are citizens who say, ‘I’ll take a picture for you, don’t work like a slave too much.’”

He continued his Pilates instructor activities even after dropping out of the election.

It is known that the Pilates center that Mr. Roh mentioned has four branches across the country, including Suwon, Yongin, and Cheonan. Even though there are members who have paid in advance for memberships ranging from hundreds of thousands of won to millions of won, on the 26th, Mr. A suddenly sent a text message to the employees saying, “We have decided to suspend the operation (closure) due to ongoing financial difficulties”, and they were not contacted and informed of the refund. is being criticized for not doing it right. Center staff also claim that there was non-payment of wages.

A total of 35 students have received reports of damage, and it is known that the amount reached 23 million won. This company has had hundreds of members so far, so the scale of damage is expected to increase further.

It is known that the victims are currently discussing countermeasures such as hiring a lawyer and filing a lawsuit through an open chat room.

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