An elementary school in Gyeongbuk recently took their students on a field trip to Gyeonggi Province.
A 6th grader (A) decided to take his toy bow with him, but he made some adjustments to the arrows.
He removed the suction clip attached to the end and shaved down the tip to make it sharp, like a real arrow.
He then aimed the arrows at his classmate (B), who covered his face with a pillow to stop the arrows from hitting him.
Other classmates of the two tried telling A to stop, but just when B lowered his pillow, the arrow hit his eye.
B suffered a severe eye injury that made him blind, and he had to undergo multiple surgeries and even have his eye lens removed.
Currently, the school is checking whether A intentionally bullied B, and if he did, they’ll be transferring him.
Being under 14 years of age, however, A will not be punished as he is protected under Juvenile Law.