'Squid Game' star Oh Yeong-Su indicted on charges of sexual misconduct, report says

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Oh Yeong-Su in Squid Game. Youngkyu Park
"Squid Game" star Oh Yeong-Su was reportedly charged with sexual misconduct on Thursday.
Yonhap news agency said the actor was accused of inappropriately touching a woman.
According to the report, the case opened in December 2021, but the lawsuit dates back to 2017.
Squid Game star Oh Yeong-Su has been charged with sexual misconduct, Yonhap News Agency reported.
The South Korean news agency reported on Friday, citing unnamed officials, that the 78-year-old actor was charged without custody on Thursday by the Seongnam branch of the Suwon District Procuratorate.
According to the report, while the case opened in December 2021, when the accuser filed a complaint with police, the charges stem from an allegation that Oh inappropriately touched a woman in 2017.
Police reportedly dropped the case in April without bringing charges, before prosecutors resumed the investigation at the prosecutor's request. According to the report, Oh denied the allegations during the investigation.
Officials from Oh and the South Korean Attorney General's Office did not immediately respond to insider requests for comment.
Oh is best known for his role as older competitor Oh Il-Nam on the hit Netflix series Squid Game.
The role led to the actor winning a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series earlier this year. He was also nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series in September.
"Squid Game" proved to be a racy hit over the past year, to the surprise of many, including Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos.
Last year, Oh told South Korean TV show How Do I Play that he was struggling to keep up with the number of calls he received about acting opportunities after appearing on the hit show.
"I feel like I'm floating in mid-air. It makes me think, 'I need to calm down now, organize my thoughts and hold myself back,'" he said, according to South Korean outlet Soompi. "So many people have contacted me and because I don't have a manager to help me, it's difficult for me to deal with the volume of calls and messages I've received, so my daughter helped me."
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