After the five-year entry ban was lifted, Amy, who returned to Korea, bowed her head, saying, “I want to start anew.”

Broadcaster Amy

Broadcaster Amy stepped on Korea for the first time after the five-year entry ban expired.

Amy appeared at Incheon International Airport at 7:20 pm on the 20th. In December 2015, Amy, who was forced to leave the country with a five-year entry ban, entered Korea temporarily to attend the wedding of her younger brother after obtaining approval from the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Los Angeles in October 2017, during the period of being banned from entering Korea.

Afterwards, Amy, who came to Korea for the first time, showed up at the departure hall in a gray-toned costume that day. Amy appeared wearing a hat, a scarf, and a mask, and when she saw the reporters, she bowed her head and greeted her.

He said, “I just still can’t feel it. First of all, thinking about meeting my family (I came).”

Then, “A week ago, my family died. That’s why I feel so bad that I can meet my family happily,” he said. “First of all, the five years that I was punished for have ended, I have a desire to be with my family, and I have a desire to start anew.”

Since Amy has been abroad for a long time, she pulled several carriers with both hands and attracted attention.

Amy, a US citizen, was forcibly deported from South Korea to the United States in late December 2015. At that time, Amy was ordered to depart from the court, as charges of taking propofol and illegal zolpidem continued. The entry ban was for five years, and after the period expired, I entered Korea this time.

Amy has lived in Guangzhou, China, and is expected to meet her family after two weeks of self-isolation after entering the country.

As Amy visited Korea again after the five-year legal entry limit expired, interest is also focused on whether to resume communication with the public in earnest.


Source: HuffPost South Korea – Athena by www.huffingtonpost.kr.

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