2PM Nichkhun's Black Box Video From His Car Revealed
By Staff Writer | July 28, 2012 08:05 AM EDT
Nichkhun's video from his black box containing the footage of the accident was recently released.
According to a media source, the video from 2PM member Nichkun's black box containing the footage of his accident with the motorcyclist has been released.
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The video reportedly shows that Nichkhun was driving at a speed within 40 km per hour (~ 25 miles per hour) on the four-way street of Hakdong when he collided with a motorcycle driving at a relatively slow speed as well. However, both parties were revealed to have not paid attention to the stop line, which is the source of the accident.
On July 26, Nichkhun updated his personal Twitter page stating, "I would like to apologize to the person involved in the accident as well as his family, Korean citizens, fans, JYP Entertainment family, 2PM members who have all been affected from my irresponsible act. I will never repeat a mistake like that ever again" and expressed his remorse.
People in the online community who heard about Nichkhun's black box video responded with comments like, "I hope Nichkhun's case is investigated properly", "Looks like this incident is really showing the seriousness of drunk driving," and "Looks like Nichkhun's black box has been revealed."
Meanwhile, Nichkhun's fans as well as all Korean citizens hesitated when a witness appeared on two different TV shows on July 26 and stated different accounts about the accident.
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