Wanna Ones Kim Jae Hwan Responds To A Malicious Comment While Ranking Members By Visuals

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Wanna Ones Kim Jae Hwan Responds To A Malicious Comment While Ranking Members By Visuals
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Wanna Ones Kim Jae Hwan Responds To A Malicious Comment While Ranking Members By Visuals

Wanna One held their long-awaited first V Live broadcast!

On July 15, the group was welcomed by 570,000 viewers and 50 million hearts. During their corner Its Wanna One TIME, the members were able to answer questions about the various aspects of Wanna One that Wannables were curious about.

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During the broadcast, Kim Jae Hwan ranked the members in order of attractiveness. This is just my personal opinion so please dont get hurt, he told them.

Wanna One hold their 1st 'V Live' + Kim Jae Hwan ranks the members by visuals!
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Wanna One hold their 1st 'V Live' + Kim Jae Hwan ranks the members by visuals!

On July 15 at 3PM KST, Wanna One held their first ever 'V Live' broadcast!

The boys greeted their fans, or Wannable, as 11-members, then went on to give their thoughts on their upcoming debut showcase 'Wanna One Premier Show Con' as well as asking one another fan-sent questions!

During the broadcast, member Kim Jae Hwan was tasked with ranking Wanna One, including himself, by visuals! He began by stating that #1 and #11 would be saved for last, then chose Ha Sung Woon in 10th place, Yoon Ji Sung in 9th place, Park Woo Jin in 8th place, Lee Dae Hwi in 7th place, Kang Daniel in 6th place, Hwang Min Hyun in 5th place, Ong Sung Woo in 4th place, Bae Jin Young in 3rd place, and Park Ji Hoon in 2nd place!

Park Bo Young Does This Every Time She Read A Malicious Comment
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Park Bo Young Does This Every Time She Read A Malicious Comment

Park Bo Young revealed that she is hurt by online posts and comments about her that are malicious in nature.

Park Bo Young opened up about how she handles both malicious comments and compliments. She mentioned that the does, in fact, read comments on articles about her and elaborated on the malicious comments.

I read them. When I see the malicious comments, it does hurt me but I also see what people dislike of me, or what aspect of me makes them uncomfortable. Thoughts such as if my voice is too whiny or when they say that I always look the same when I cry, I think of how I can do it differently.

Comedienne Hong Hyun Hee Directly Responds To Sam Hammingtons Comment About Blackface Controversy
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Comedienne Hong Hyun Hee Directly Responds To Sam Hammingtons Comment About Blackface Controversy

In response to Sam Hammingtons angry post regarding the recent blackface skit on SBSs Comedy Hunter, comedienne Hong Hyun Hee shared some of her own thoughts on the situation.

On April 21, Hong Hyun Hee, who appeared as the main character of the controversial skit, posted a message on her Facebook, saying, Sam HammingtonI was going to say this to you through text, but I decided to post this online because you said things in a problematic way. You made a generalization that I was belittling African Americans just by the way I dressed up, but that means [silly] characters like Young Gu and Maeng Gu would be making fun of autistic children. There also used to be a Korean comedy act called Dark Performance that received love for a really long time. Was that making fun of African Americans as well?

Comedian Hwang Hyun Hee Directly Responds To Sam Hammingtons Comment Regarding Blackface Controversy
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Comedian Hwang Hyun Hee Directly Responds To Sam Hammingtons Comment Regarding Blackface Controversy

In response to Sam Hammingtons angry post regarding the recent blackface skit on SBSs Comedy Hunter, a comedian named Hwang Hyun Hee shared some of his own thoughts on the situation.

On April 21, Hwang Hyun Hee posted a message on his Facebook, saying, Sam HammingtonI was going to say this to you through text, but I decided to post this online because you said things in a problematic way. You made a generalization that Hong Hyun Hee was belittling African Americans just by the way she dressed up, but that means [silly] characters like Young Gu and Maeng Gu would be making fun of autistic children. There also used to be a Korean comedy act called Dark Performance that received love for a really long time. Was that making fun of African Americans as well?