At the time of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Kim Bo-reum (30) of the ‘bullied driving controversy’ in the speed skating event won some of the damages lawsuit against Noh Seon-young (34) in the second trial.
On the 21st, the 13th civil division of the Seoul High Court (presiding judge Moon Kwang-seop, Jung Moon-kyung, and Lee Jun-hyun) upheld the first trial ruling, “Roh Seon-young should pay Kim Bo-reum 3 million won in alimony.”
Previously, Kim Bo-reum was criticized by public opinion for the controversy over “bullying driving” that he had beaten Roh Seon-young in the speed skating team pursuit at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.메이저놀이터
Afterwards, Kim Bo-reum claimed that he was harassed by Noh Seon-young in January of the following year, such as interrupting training and abusive language. He also filed a lawsuit against Roh Seon-young in November 2020 claiming 200 million won.
In response, the first trial court ruled that Noh Seon-young admitted to harassing Kim Bo-reum, such as abusive language, and demanded compensation of 3 million won.
Roh Seon-yeong appealed against this, and 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.”
However, the two could not reach an agreement, and the court ordered compulsory mediation in January, but the mediation was broken down due to Kim Bo-reum’s objection.
The court recommended reconciliation again in April and ordered compulsory mediation, but it was eventually ruled in the second trial on the same day due to objections from both sides.