In this case report, we report a patient with complicated with persistent hemarthrosis following arthroscopic meniscal repair. Case Presentation. A 41-year-old male patient presented with persistent swelling of the knee 6 months after arthroscopic meniscal repair and partial meniscectomy performed for lateral discoid meniscal tear. The initial surgery was performed at another hospital. Four months after the surgery, swelling of the knee was noted when he resumed running. At his initial visit to our hospital, intra-articular blood accumulation was revealed via joint aspiration. A second arthroscopic examination performed 7 months after the initial procedure showed healing of the meniscal repair site and synovial proliferation. The suture materials identified during the arthroscopy were removed. Histological examination of the resected synovial tissue showed inflammatory cell infiltration and neovascularization. In addition, a multinucleated giant cell was identified in the superficial layer. After the second arthroscopic surgery, the hemarthrosis did not recur, and the patient was able to resume running without symptom one and a half years post-surgery.