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[HanCinema's News] Park Myung-soo Involved in a Traffic Accident


On November 21st Park Myung-soo was involved in a traffic accident. While his vehicle was stopped it was rear-ended by a school bus. There is no suspicion that the accident involved illicit substances, nor does anyone appear to have been seriously hurt. The school bus did not have any passengers at the same time, save for the driver.

The older man who was driving the school bus was very concerned over how he was going to pay for the damages. Reportedly Park Myung-soo worked to assure the bus driver that he was not angry and would not take a punitive response, for which the bus driver was grateful. The accident was a result of the school bus driver not being able to see Park Myung-soo's car, as it was on the other side of a hill.

This is not the first accident in which Park Myung-soo's stationary car was damaged. A past incident in 2015 involved his car being hit by a taxi driver in a hotel parking lot. Park Myung-soo's apparent coolness in such situations has been a boon to his reputation.

Written by William Schwartz

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