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Korean actor Park Yoochun is apparently one lucky man. Not only is he being acquitted of four rape charges, but he still continues to enjoy the solid support of fans.

On Thursday, HelloKpop conducted an online survey with the question: “Would you still support Park Yoochun?” The entertainment website noted that the one-month investigation was a big blow to the friend of “Descendants of the Sun” actor Song Joong-ki.

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The former JYJ member was stressed by the negative publicity surrounding the sexual assault accusation made by four separate women employed at bars. There are even hints that he made payments to silence the first accuser which is why she dropped the charges.

The actor’s career was placed on hold and even the premiere of his movie “Lucid Dream,” initially scheduled for release in fall, was reportedly cancelled.

However, although some followers left him because of the scandals, majority stayed. Results of the survey showed that 92 percent said they will always keep the faith. The other 4 percent said what Park Yoochun is wrong even if he was not convicted, and 4 percent had no opinion. So far, there were more than 6,000 fans who had responded to the online survey.

Even ahead of the formal acquittal, it seems Park Yoochun’s career has a second chance since his other movie “Sea Fog” is set for official release in the U.S., according to JYJ3 site. The film, which has Kim Yun-seok as co-star, is about a fishing boat crew that takes on a dangerous task to smuggle illegal immigrants to Korea from China.

According to Wegotthiscovered, the film – noticed by critics in 2014 at the Toronto International Film Festival – premiered its US trailer on Tuesday, July 12, although the exact date of showing is still unknown.