Reporter Wu Ruici / Comprehensive Report
The South Korean entertainment industry broke out on the 30th that a popular girl group had an illegal injection of milk injections. The police did not disclose the identity of the actress. They only revealed that she had injected propofol (commonly known as milk injections) between July and August 2019. Said it was used for treatment, but was still fined. The news incident continued for a whole day, and the media revealed that the true identity of the actress was actually Brown Eyed Girls. Regarding this, her agency said in a low-key manner that it was confirming.
▲Brown Eyed Girls’ beauty was exposed to illegal use of milk needles. (Photo/Retrieved from Jiaren IG)
According to Korean media reports, a plastic surgeon B was prosecuted for violating the Pharmacist Law, drug management regulations and medical law. He was sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment in the first instance and then appealed. The result of the second-instance was exposed on the 25th and he was sentenced to 1 year in prison.6 Monthly and fine of 3 million won (approximately NT$80,000) and 9.2 million won (approximately NT$240,000) of recovery gold, which even involved a female star A who was also injected with propofol. At the time of the investigation, he only said “I thought it was general treatment.” A was found to have taken sleeping pills containing propofol between July and August 2019, and was eventually fined 1 million won.
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▲The beauty agency did not immediately deny the illegal use of milk needles. (Photo/Retrieved from Jiaren IG)
Since the first report did not disclose the identity of the actress, only the popular girl group described her. Unexpectedly, the Korean media overtly revealed the identity of the actress in the evening, which is the beauty of Brown Eyed Girls. In this regard, the agency first responded with “Confirmation” In response,” he soon stated that “on the suspected illegal use of propofol, a position statement will be compiled later,” but the report was not immediately denied.
Propofol, commonly known as milk needle, is a fast and powerful general anesthetic. Because of its fast onset, short duration, and few adverse reactions, it is widely used in various departments for anesthesia and sedation of critically ill patients, especially in plastic surgery. Different from general drugs, because they fall asleep directly, they will not feel the “excitement and intoxication.” However, some people inject smaller doses in order to experience the “intoxication,” which leads to addiction over time. In the past, Park Shiyan, Li Chengjuan and others have been sued for abusing propofol.