“I lost all the damages”… ‘SBS Gayo Daejeon’ 70 million won scam man Song Chi [Ex’s issue]


(Xports News Reporter Lee Ye-jin) ‘SBS Gayo Daejeon’ A man in his 20s who stole 72 million won after tricking him into selling tickets was handed over to the prosecution.

On the 19th, the Incheon Central Police Station announced that it had booked Mr. A, a man in his 20s, without detention on charges of fraud and sent him to the prosecution.

Mr. A is accused of deceiving the victims by saying he would sell them tickets to the SBS Gayo Daejeon held in Unseo-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon on the 25th of last month, and then stealing the money by having it deposited into their account.

He committed the crime by posting a message offering to get a ticket through online SNS. It was confirmed that he re-delivered the money he received from the victims to another person. It is reported that overseas fans were among the victims.

It was discovered that Mr. A received money into an illegal virtual currency exchange account and subsequently lost all of his damages.

Mr. A, who works in performance-related work, stated in a police investigation, “I did it to invest in virtual currency.”


A police official said, “This fraud has been determined to have been committed solely by Mr. A,” and asked, “There is a lot of ticket sales fraud for popular performances, so be sure to use official sales outlets rather than transactions between individuals.”

Meanwhile, the ‘SBS Gayo Daejeon’, which was broadcast live at Inspire Arena in Incheon on the afternoon of the 25th of last month, featured past competitions such as TVXQ, SHINee, NCT 127, NCT Dream, The Boyz, Stray Kids, (G)I-DLE, New Genes, and Ive. A great lineup was formed, raising great expectations, but ticket fraud broke out as a ‘representation war’ broke out among K-pop fans.

When the ticket fraud occurred, SBS, which belatedly began to understand the situation, requested a police investigation at the scene of ‘Gayo Daejeon’. The police dispatched after receiving a 112 report randomly accompanied Mr. A and began an investigation.

Photo = SBS, Xports News DB

Reporter Lee Ye-jin leeyj0124@xportsnews.com

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