Sung Ho Kim, 43, the Redmond man that prosecutors say , pleaded not guilty at an arraignment Friday morning, according to the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
Kim is accused of shooting Jin Kim -- an employee of the wife and no relation to the family -- at a Belle Arts apartment building in downtown Bellevue on Nov. 15. Kim pleaded not guilty to a charge of Murder Second Degree and remains in jail with bail set at $2 million, according to the Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
A case setting hearing is scheduled for Dec. 14 at 1 p.m. at the King County Courthouse, courtroom 1201.
The wife told investigators that she and Jin Kim were at the unit at the Belle Arts, where her business is run, when her husband came to the apartment to talk to them.
The wife told investigators that she and Jin Kim were in an affair that was "emotional, not physical," according to court documents.
According to court documents, Sung Ho Kim told investigators that he came to the apartment the morning of Nov. 15 because was so upset by his wife's affair that he couldn't go to work at his job at Microsoft.
According to Sung Ho Kim's account in court documents, Jin Kim told Sung Ho Kim that he would leave their family alone for $500,000, and the husband told police he became so upset he pulled out his 9mm Glock and shot the other man.
However, Sung Ho Kim told investigators that he only meant to threaten the other man and did not come to the apartment to shoot anyone.
The wife said after the shooting, her husband yelled, "My life is over," and lamented that he would never see their 8-year-old son again.
Sung Ho Kim threw the gun out the window after the shooting and told his wife to call police, according to court documents.
, according to police.