ALIVE – After the passport drama was stopped by Indonesian immigration officials and unable to return home, South Korean actor Lee Jong Suk was finally able to return to the Ginseng Country on the evening of Monday, November 5, 2018.
For information, Jong Suk is going to Jakarta to fan meeting Crank Up at The Kasablanka Hall on Saturday, November 3, 2018.
Based on information from the immigration authorities, Jong Suk's passport was detained and he had been banned from returning to South Korea because of the use of a visitor's visa to Jakarta, not work.
Yes24 Ent Indonesia, as prosecutor, said that this problem was caused by fraud committed by a third party who was to take care of the administration and licensing of Jong Suk to Jakarta.
"Yes, we apologize also for our neglect of choice safety. But what is certain here is that we are also a part deceived by the parties safety said the representative of Yes24 Ent Indonesia, who declined to be named ALIVE while accompanying Jong Suk at the South Jakarta Immigration Office, Monday, November 5, 2018.
Around 6:30 pm, Jong Suk, dressed in all black clothes and hats, arrived at the South Jakarta Immigration Office using a black Mercedes-Benz S400 and two Hice cars carrying all his employees.
Series Theater Actor Pinnochio was also afraid of the problem, it was the first time this happened.
"Yes what do you do people feel disappointed. He is already really soft. Yes, what do you do"He (in fear) is asking for protection from the South Korean embassy and we are making it easier," the prosecutor said again.
In fact, the prosecutor did not explicitly explain licensing and visa issues for Jong Suk until the 30-year-old finally posted photos to his personal account on Instagram, @Jongsuk0206 on Monday afternoon, November 5, 2018.
"He no complaintjust feeling disappointed just so because he does not understand the real problem. We did not explain it clearly yesterday. Then he also deleted postthen explained, "said the promoter.
In fact, Jong Suk was scheduled to return to South Korea on Sunday night, November 4, 2018, but immigration officials held Park Shin Hye's passport and his opponent's visa. (ase)