Jang Yong-joon, the son of Jang Je-won, a member of the People's Strength, and who works in music under the name Noel, was caught by the police while driving under the influence of alcohol again.

This time it was an unlicensed drunk driving, but he refused to take a breathalyzer and pushed the police.

We exclusively obtained a black box video of the scene.

Correspondent Han Seong-hee.


A crossroad in Banpo-dong, Seoul around 10:50 pm yesterday (18th).

A white Mercedes-Benz car is visible among the cars with their emergency flashers on.

Police and driver stand and talk.

The driver is Jang Yong-jun, the son of Rep. Jang Je-won and a rapper named Noel.

Jang tries to sit in the driver's seat and pushes the policeman who is trying to stop him.

[Witness: Shouting, the police just shoved their chest with their hands.

I sat down and pulled out again, sat down and pulled out, pushed and hit me with my head, and it was just like this.] The

quarrel continued for several minutes.

[Witness: He looked drunk.

Anyone can see that person is on drugs or intoxicated...


Mr. Jang hit the left side of the vehicle on the right while changing lanes before turning right at this intersection.

When the police, who witnessed the accident while on patrol, asked for a breathalyzer, Jang continued refusing to do so, and he hit and pushed the policeman.

Non-compliance with a breathalyzer will be considered a license revocation level of drunk driving charge.

Even Jang was unlicensed and was on probation.

Jang was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison and 2 years of probation for trying to change the driver after getting into a drunken state at the level of license revocation two years ago.

The police, who took Mr. Jang home because he was intoxicated enough to investigate, plan to investigate whether or not to apply for an arrest warrant for Mr. Jang after the holiday is over.

(Video coverage: Kim Hyun-sang, video editing: Lee So-young)