FNC Entertainment has announced today that CNBLUE‘s Jung Yonghwa has been acquitted of the charges against him in a new statement.
“Hello, this is FNC Entertainment.
We would like to give everyone news regarding our agency’s artist, Jung Yonghwa’s graduate school admissions.
Earlier in the year, Jung Yonghwa diligently cooperated in all of the police investigations, and the police have concluded that his admission into the graduate program did not violate anything with the school’s business operations. As of July 2018, he has been acquitted from the case.
With the acquittal, he has proven that he did not intent to receive his preferential treatment during his admissions. He has also cleared the misunderstandings around his goals to earn his doctorate degree.
Currently, Jung Yonghwa is serving as a member of Special Forces Unit 702 after enlisting in March 2018. He finished his basic training with high marks.
— FNC Entertainment
CNBLUE’s Jung Yonghwa was wrapped up in a preferential treatment case at the beginning of 2018, where he was accused of cheating his way into University.
Due to his scandal, he was removed as ambassador for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and ultimately enlisted in the military.
The Ministry of Education even tried to cancel his University Admission after hearing about Yonghwa’s potential scandal.