Rapper Yook Ji Dam Apologizes For The Controversial Remark She Made Related To A Funeral Home

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Rapper Yook Ji Dam apologizes for the controversial remark she made related to a funeral home
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Rapper Yook Ji Dam apologizes for the controversial remark she made related to a funeral home

Yook Ji Dam apologized for her controversial Instagram post. 

The rapper was targeted with criticism after netizens saw a post on her Instagram stories.

Yook Ji Dam shared a sign for a funeral home with the caption, "I think I need to eat yukgaejang." (Yukgaejang, a spicy beef soup, is a symbolic dish served at funerals in South Korea.)

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Many netizens found her post to be inappropriate. In response to the criticism, Yook Ji Dam changed her Instagram account to private and in the header, wrote, "I'm Sorry"

‘Super Family 2017’ Production Team Denies Putting Jessica & Krystal’s Names On Funeral Home Scene Intentionally
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‘Super Family 2017’ Production Team Denies Putting Jessica & Krystal’s Names On Funeral Home Scene Intentionally

"Super Family 2017" is under fire after netizens noticed some intriguing encounters on the show. On the April 24 episode of the SBS drama, Jessica and Krystal's Korean name were found at the funeral home as the names of the deceased.

According to Soompi, Jessica and Krystal's Korean names, Jung Soo Yeon and Jung Soo Jung, appeared on the list of the deceased at a funeral home where the scene took place. Viewers that noticed the names quickly questioned the real purpose of having the K-Pop siblings name on the dreadful set. Some of them even took it to an extreme degree by saying that the "Super Family 2017" intentionally put the names on set as a form of attack to Jessica and Krystal.

Hong Kong actor Zong Yao Wang apologizes for insensitive remark about T.O.P
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Hong Kong actor Zong Yao Wang apologizes for insensitive remark about T.O.P

Hong Kong actor Zong Yao Wang apologized for a recent insensitive remark about T.O.P, who was hospitalized for a drug overdose. 

SEE ALSO: YG Entertainment gives official statement on T.O.P's hospital transfer

When the reports of T.O.P's hospitalization made headlines on June 6, Zong Yao Wang turned to Instagram to state, "T.O.P collapsed because he didn't smoke," which seems to be referring to the Big Bang member's marijuana use charges. 

Zong Yao Wang's post has caused netizens to react negatively, pointing out, "He wasn't hospitalized because of marijuana", and more. On June 8, the actor posted, "I think my past remark was too much. I'm apologetic to the people I've heard. I'm sorry I left a message like that in a public forum."

Seo Taiji Apologizes For Not Living Up To Expectations With MV For BTSs Come Back Home Remake
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Seo Taiji Apologizes For Not Living Up To Expectations With MV For BTSs Come Back Home Remake

On July 4, Seo Taiji released the MV for BTSs remake of Seo Taiji and Boys track Come Back Home.

Though the remake and MV were meaningful in many ways, there was apparently some backlash as the MV did not feature the BTS members themselves, as many had anticipated. Seo Taiji released an official apology earlier today on July 8, addressing the disappointment that some fans expressed.

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Hello. Thank you to everyone who sent their love and support for BTSs remake of Come Back Home, which is the first track of Seo Taijis 25th anniversary remake project called TIME: TRAVELER.'

Seo Taiji apologizes for not meeting expectations for BTS' recent remake of 'Come Back Home' MV
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Seo Taiji apologizes for not meeting expectations for BTS' recent remake of 'Come Back Home' MV

Recently, Seo Taiji and BTS collaborated for a remake of the famous 1995 song "Come Back Home" in which a music video was also released. However, some fans showed their discontent with the video.

Seo Taiji and his representatives released an official statement on July 8, "First of all, thank you to everyone for the support of BTS' recent remake of "Come Back Home. Since the release of the music video, there has been much criticism regarding the video. We apologize for not meeting the expectations."