HA: TFELT, aka Yeeun, was appointed as a Ministry of Justice’s Digital Sexual Crimes Committee member.
According to media outlets, the Ministry of Justice recently appointed the singer as a member of the “Committee Specializing Digital Sexual Crimes,” which will be launched next month. Accordingly, HA: TFELT will discuss policies and systems against digital sexual crime/violence with fellow members.
In response, HA: TFELT shared her thoughts through her agency Amoeba Culture. “I am delighted and honored to be a part of this meaningful work,” she shared. “I am delighted that a committee for related laws, countermeasures, prevention, etc., was created at a time when digital sex crimes are becoming a serious problem.”
She continued, “I lack professional knowledge, but I want to share various concerns from the perspective of the victims. And I want to help them as much as possible.” In addition, Amoeba Culture also supported her. They said, “We respect the artist’s goal and good-will.”
This is the first time that the Ministry of Justice has appointed a celebrity as a committee member rather than an honorary ambassador. HA: TFELT has constantly revealed her beliefs and the importance of women’s rights over the years.
Meanwhile, HA: TFELT debuted in 2007 as a Wonder Girls member under the stage name Yeeun. Since the group disbanded in 2017, she changed her stage name to HA: TFELT and started promoting as a solo singer. Back on the 14th, she dropped her new song, “Summertime.”
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