A special education teacher accused of abusing the son of Webtoon writer Joo Ho-min was put on trial for remarks such as “You really hate me, what the hell is going on in your head” against Joo’s son. appears to have been handed over to
According to Yonhap News Agency on the 2nd안전놀이터, special teacher A’s indictment secured through the Office of Representative Yoo Sang-beom, member of the Legislation and Judiciary Committee of the National Assembly, said that on September 13 of last year, Mr. A had been charged with the son of Mr. Joo (9) in a customized learning class at an elementary school in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do. “What the hell are you thinking about all the time, do you know why you are doing this?”
Then he said, “Why can’t you go to your friends? You can’t fit in with your friends. You can’t go. You can’t go. You have a very bad habit. I hate you. I hate you. I hate you. I hate you too. I really hate you.”
The prosecution judged that these remarks were an act of emotional abuse that harmed the mental health and development of the disabled son, and indicted Mr. A.
This is the first time that Mr. A’s remarks to Mr. Joo’s son have been disclosed in detail.
Shortly after the controversy that Mr. Joo reported Mr. A for child abuse was recently raised, Mr. Joo posted on his YouTube account, “(Class time) the recording contained a situation that is difficult to see as simple discipline. , I think this is obviously problematic.”
Mr. A’s side is in the position that the contents written in the indictment were patched together unfavorably to Mr. A’s side.
Mr. A’s lawyer said, “The most negative words were selected and selected from various situations that took place over the past two and a half hours. In the case of arguing over abuse, the parts that prove discipline are completely excluded.”
He added, “As shown in the indictment, Mr. A did not speak as if he was constantly interrogating, but it was a process of conversation to inform and discipline the wrongdoing.”
Meanwhile, the Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education reinstated Mr. A on the 1st, who was removed from his position after Mr. Joo reported to the police last year.
Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education Superintendent Lim Tae-hee explained the reason for the reinstatement measure, saying, “If you are removed from your position just because you were indicted, teachers who are working on special education with a sense of duty in the field will be greatly hurt, and other special children and parents will suffer great damage.”
On this day, Superintendent Lim said on his Facebook page that “we are starting an official institutional response” in relation to this case. We will come up with a comprehensive support plan,” he said.