Park bom dating ban
Although the drug is used for medical treatment purposes in some countries, in other countries it is heavily regulated or sometimes outright banned.It is a strong central nerve system stimulant, and because it can cause a lot of harm to the body when abused, its use is banned by a Presidential decree in Korea and some other countries.
, Park Bom used international mail in an attempt to smuggle narcotic amphetamines into Korea back in 2010.However, it has been revealed that the prosecutors (back in 2010) decided to suspend her case, meaning they would neither investigate nor punish her for the crime.This news has left many wondering why she was let off so easily and whether it was due to her celebrity status. P, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, actor, and record producer. Released under YG Entertainment, the group became one of the best-selling groups of all-time in Asia and one of the best-selling boy bands in the world. As a solo rapper, he has released two digital singles, "Turn It Up" (2010) and "Doom Dada" (2013), which peaked at number two and four, respectively, on the Gaon Digital Chart. He then expanded his career to the South Korean cinema with the 2010 films Iris the Movie and 71: Into the Fire, with the later earning him the Blue Dragon Film Awards of Best New Actor. That same year, he was also admitted to Dankook University to the theatre department. After they wrapped up, he focused his attention back to acting, starring in the film Commitment (2012), playing the son of a North Korean spy who is falsely accused. P rose to fame in the mid-2000s as one of two rappers in the South Korean boy band Big Bang. P and G-Dragon formed a duo to record and release the number-one collaboration album, GD & TOP. P expanded his career into acting, starting with the TV series I Am Sam (2007) and Iris (2009), and the TV movie Nineteen (2009). P was extensively involved with Big Bang's promotional activities for their EPs Tonight (2011) and Alive (2012).