The crime of disadvantaging or discriminating students who refused to perform on stage.
The crime of demanding students to perform choreographies unrelated to their major.
The crime of not informing the students the purposes and the earnings from the performances.
The crime of asking students for “sexiness” and “inappropriate touches” during performances.
The crime of announcing the performance schedule the day before, forcing the students to practice overnight.
The crime of making the students pay for expenses of the performance with their own personal money.
The crime of calling the student council president to the principal’s office, thereby attempting to appease him.
The crime of banning students from talking about the performances that they have attended.
The crime of forcibly holding a School Discipline Committee hearing on innocent students who have written about the school on Facebook.
The crime of threatening the student whistle-blowers through direct phone calls.
The crime of publishing a false explanatory letter claiming that “most news reports are exaggerated and spreading fake news” and thereby spreading lies and deceiving the students.
The crime of burdening students by requiring them to pay for their own flight tickets for a performance in Japan whilst having received ten million won ($9000) of financial support from the host.”
The students further noted that they were threatened by principal and others of getting sued for libel after they initially tried to reveal these incidents through social media.