The husband of actress Yoon Jung-hee, who is battling Alzheimer's, and pianist Baek Gun-woo filed a lawsuit for 1.1 billion won against MBC's 'PD Note', which raised suspicions of neglecting Yoon Jeong-hee.

In a press release on the 25th, Baek Geon-woo said, "I filed a claim for correction information and compensation for damages to the Media Arbitration Committee against MBC (which aired mainly on the opinions of my younger brothers). The claim for compensation is 1 billion won for Baek Geon-woo and 100 million won for (daughter) Baek Jin-hee."

Previously, 'PD Note' was broadcast on the 7th of last month with the title of 'The Disappearing Actor, Two Faces of the Adult Guardian'. alleging that he was not doing so.

Regarding this, Baek Geon-woo said, "Son Mi-ae, Yoon Jeong-hee's younger sister, has been managing Korean concert fees since 1980 and has stolen more than 2 billion won by falsely reporting the balance. There was no,” he explained, explaining the reason for taking Yoon Jung-hee to Paris.

Also, in relation to the 'PD Note' that 'PD Notebook' raised suspicions that no one came or went to the French house where Yoon Jeong-hee was recuperating, "Nursing assistants visit 2-3 times a week, and the caregiver in the morning and the caregiver in the afternoon tea time. Yes. Yoon Jeong-hee and Baek Jin-hee went on vacation, and after visiting Yoon Jeong-hee's house, they said that no one was coming, and it was broadcast as if the caregiver was not coming."

In this regard, Baek Gun-woo is scheduled to hold a press conference on the morning of the 28th.

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kang Kyung-yoon)