Chef Jung Chang-wook, who was handed over to trial on charges of assaulting and wielding a knife at his acquaintances, said, "I want to apologize to the victims."

At the trial on the 24th, at the Seoul Central District Court on charges of assault and weapon threat against Jung Chang-wook, victims A and B said, "We have no intention of reaching an agreement and we want strong punishment."

In particular, Victim B explained about the damage, saying, "It's been a year, and it's mentally very difficult and difficult to overcome. It was an unimaginably threatening situation."

Previously, Jung Chang-wook was indicted on charges of assault, threatening, such as pointing a weapon at A and B at a person A and B at a desk in Hawaii, where he visited in August last year to film a YouTube video.

Jung Chang-wook acknowledged all the charges and expressed his intention to apologize to the victims, saying, "I want to apologize to the victims and I am ashamed of myself."

(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kang Kyung-yoon)