Exemplary punishment for Kim “Moojin” Moo-jin jungler of Hanwha Life Esports, a South Korean League of Legends formation. The player was fined 15 million Korean Won (around 11,500 euros ) and forced by the team to make 48 hours of socially useful services.
The player would have been caught threatening and bullying some fans, according to InvenGlobal.
In his messages, Moojin would contact and try to meet underage girls, for ” violent date “, or appointments that basically are based on violence.
One of the girls contacted revealed a very strong message ( translated by the user Gatamchun ) that would have been sent by the player of this tenor: ” I’ll kill you. I’ll tear your hair out. Do you know what the” violent date “is? I heard it often happens in Busan … “.
The player who, according to reports, would already have had enough violent background was not only punished with the penalty we already reported at the beginning of the news, but he was also forced by the team to publish a letter of apology written by hand on the page Official Hanwha Life Esports Facebook.
The protest movement that has been unleashed in these hours, however, is clamoring for the team to inflict a harsher punishment on the jungler.
It would be helpful if you explicitly explained in your article what exactly Moojin was guilty of (and admitted to): contacting underage female fans and attempting to meet, sharing team internal ongoings, and joking about “date violence” https://t.co/AzSvHfUBNI
— Ana’s Tal Mask (@gatamchun) May 8, 2019