The first appeal trial for the drug case of Han Seo-hee, who took methamphetamine during probation, was postponed to March 15th

The trial of Han Seo-hee, who is accused of administering methamphetamine during the probation, has been postponed to March 15th.

According to OSEN on February 24th, the first trial of Han Seo-hee‘s appeal on charges of violating the Narcotics Control Act was scheduled to be held on February 25th, but it was postponed to March 15th due to Han Seo-hee‘s request for postponement of the trial date.

Previously, Han Seo-hee was sentenced to one year and six months and arrested in court at the first trial held in November last year, where she was accused of taking methamphetamine.

Han Seo-hee

Shortly after her sentence of imprisonment, Han Seo-hee made a fuss by swearing at the judge at the trial. She left the court in a rage with not only the judge, but also other employees.

During the probation period, Han Seo-hee was detained in a probationary office after her urine test revealed “positive” results for methamphetamine (philopon) and psychotropic drugs. After detention, she was released after her hair test at the National Forensic Service got a “negative” result, but she was later put on trial again after evidence of her drug use was secured.

Han Seo-hee‘s criminal act revealed at the first trial was that she administered methamphetamine in Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do around early June 2020. Han Seo-hee, who was found guilty through the trial, is known to be currently imprisoned in a detention center.

This is Han Seo-hee‘s second drug trial.

Han Seo-hee

Han Seo-hee was accused of purchasing 9 grams of marijuana 4 times and smoking marijuana 7 times at her home in Jung-gu, Seoul from July 2016 to December 2016. After that, she was sentenced to 3 years in prison, 4 years of probation, an additional fine of 870,000 won and a 120-hour drug treatment lecture.

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