Wang Ki-chun, an Internet broadcaster who was a judo athlete and who ran a judo gym, denied the alleged sexual assault of a minor and protested, "I had feelings of love."

At the trial preparation date held on the 10th at the 12th trial of the Daegu District Court, the lawyer Wang Ki-chun reportedly denied the charges with the intention of saying, "The defendant and the victim had sexual relations and had an affectionate feeling."

Previously, Wang Ki-chun was accused of sexually assaulting A(17), who attended his gym in February 2017. Also, from August to February of last year, he was accused of having sex with a disciple B(16) ten times at the gym (violation of the Child Welfare Act). In February of last year, she was also charged with attempting to sexually assault Miss B.

It was reported that Wang Ki-chun claimed that "there were no assaults or sexual exploitation in the process of sexual intercourse."

The court will decide whether or not to participate in the trial after having another trial preparation date on the 22nd.

Prior to this, Wang Ki-chun was arrested in March and was arrested after being arrested for an investigation while filing a lawsuit for alleged sexual assault of a minor.

Born in Jeongeup, Jeollabuk-do, Wang Ki-chun won the silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and finally declared retirement for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

Ki-chun Wang opened a gymnasium in Daegu and took on a new challenge as a leader in life sports. In addition, he worked as an African TV and YouTube BJ under the nickname'BJ Wangganji' or BJ Wang Ki-chun.

(SBS funE reporter Kang Kyung-yoon)