An arrest warrant has been issued for Noel, the son of ‘People’s Strength Councilor Jang Je-won, who is charged with driving without a license and assaulting the police’.

Jang Je-won’s son Noel.

An arrest warrant has been issued for rapper Noel (21, Yong-jun Jang), the son of National Power lawmaker Jang Je-won, who is accused of driving without a license and assaulting the police.

On the 12th, Moon Seong-gwan, the chief judge in charge of warrants at the Seoul Central District Court, issued an arrest warrant for Mr.

In the morning of this day, the Seoul Central District Court in Seocho-gu, Seoul, was scheduled to conduct a substantive examination of Jang’s warrant. However, Jang submitted a waiver of interrogation stating that he would not appear in the warrant substantive examination, and the court proceeded with a written hearing.

“I am very sorry to many people,” said Jang through his lawyer. He said, “I will accept the punishment for my wrongdoing sweetly.”

On the morning of the 12th at the National Assembly in Yeouido, Seoul, the seat of Rep. Jang Je-won was vacant during the audit of the Constitutional Court (office) and the Constitutional Court Research Institute of the Legislative and Judiciary Committee. On this day, Senator Jang’s son, rapper Noel (21, Yong-jun Jang), did not appear at the warrant substantive examination held at the Seoul Central District Court on charges of refusing to take a breathalyzer.

On the 18th of last month, at around 10:30 pm, while driving a Mercedes-Benz car in Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, he had a collision with another car. Police arrived at the scene and demanded a breathalyzer test and identification, but Jang refused for more than 30 minutes, eventually pushing the police and hitting him in the head.

At that time, Mr. Jang was unlicensed and was on probation. The police arrested Jang on the spot as a current offender, including refusing to take a breathalyzer, but he was sent home after a brief investigation.

After that, the police called Jang as a suspect on the 30th of last month and investigated him, and the next day, he applied for an arrest warrant for five charges, including refusal to take a breathalyzer, obstructing the execution of official duties, driving without a license, violating the Road Traffic Act (car damage), and injury.

The police secured a closed circuit (CC) TV that contained the circumstances of Jang’s drinking and investigated the suspicion of drunk driving.

Meanwhile, in September 2019, Jang was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison, 2 years of probation, and 40 hours of law-abiding driving lessons for drunk driving and changing drivers. In February of this year, he got involved in an assault case and was sent to the prosecution in April, but the case was closed due to the lack of the right to prosecute.

Seo Eun-hye Freelance Editor [email protected]


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