There is a South Korea slang called “Kakao Hell” which means when the chat app is used to verbally harass and bully someone. This week a third accuser, this one is a woman whereas the first two accusers are both men, claiming that Nam Joo Hyuk subjected her to Kakao Hell. She said that another one of his friends started a Kakao chat and forcefully added her to it, and afterwards the participants including Nam Joo Hyuk verbally abused and sexually harassed her with mean words. The messages included insulting her looks and demeaning sexual phrases. While Nam Joo Hyuk did not create the group, he did participate. She reported it to the school at that time and the school put the perpetrator in community service as punishment. Nam Joo Hyuk’s agency responded admitting the Kakao chat text messages the accuser provided were real but claimed it was taken out of context and also that this situation was resolved back them with the school and the student. The agency said the Kakao chat was a personal matter for the individuals in the chat and they would not be providing any further explanation. The agency said that all these claims by the first, second, and now third accuser are not true and through the formal legal process the agency will disprove it, but does not wish to do so via the media. It entreats the public not to just believe allegations without confirmation and validation and to reserve judgment through the formal legal process.