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actor Yoo Ah-in appeared before the police again for the first time in five days and was questioned for more than 21 hours. Police will quickly conclude their investigation and make a decision on the case.

I'm a journalist.

Actress Yoo Ah-in, who is suspected of administering five types of narcotics including
propofol and cannabis. Mr. Yu, who appeared at 5 a.m. yesterday (16th) and was questioned for more than 9 hours, briefly answered the reporter's questions and then walked out of the police building.

[Yoo Ah-in/Actor: (What did you say in the investigation?) I said what I could. I apologize for the inconvenience.]

The second round of investigation was originally scheduled for the 21th, but due to the large number of reporters, they protested that it had become a public summons, and they walked in front of the police headquarters.

Police have hinted at the possibility of arrests as further investigations continue to be delayed.

A hair test conducted by the bureau revealed the presence of narcotics such as hemp, propofol, cocaine, and ketamine.

Police have focused on proving the charge of cocaine, which is considered one of the top three drugs, despite Mr. Yu's repeated denials.

It is reported that this investigation also focused on the investigation to determine the timing and method of dosing.

Previously, four acquaintances were also arrested as accomplices on suspicion of aiding or co-dosing Mr. Yu's drugs, and the police also called Mr. A, a writer who graduated from an art university, as a suspect and investigated.

Unlike other drug cases, the investigation has been unusually long for more than three months, and the police will reportedly decide at an early date whether to apply for an arrest warrant.

(Video reporter: Kang Dong-chul, Gong Jin-gu, Video editing: Choi Hye-ran)