Sometimes when rumors about an entertainer are started, regardless if they are false or not, netizens can be quite cruel. Here a just a few entertainers who publically admitted, or it was announced by their company, that they suffered severely from negative online comments. Take a look at the video below and subscribe to our Youtube for regular updates.
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Netizens vote for the best idol group, actor, actress, drama, variety show, and movie for the first half of 2017
Online survey company PMI asked netizens to vote for the best idol group, actor, actress, drama, movie, and variety show for the first half of 2017! A total of 5,047 netizens in their 20s to 50s participated in the survey. Find out who and what was voted the best of 2017 so far in the results below!
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1. 'Our President' - a documentary about former President Noh Moo Hyun (25.8%)
The woman who accused popular idol member 'A' of sexual assault has withdrawn her claims.
According to the Gangnam Police Department on July 6, a woman claimed that she has been sexually assaulted by A and two other men at a home in Gangnam while drinking together.
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However, the latest report reveals that the woman changed her words in the written statement of the investigation and claimed A is innocent. Currently, the investigation is ongoing and Idol A is also expected to show up for the police inquiry.
Netizens disagree with Heechul's statement about the controversy regarding sexualization on 'Idol School'
Super Junior's Heechul spoke up about the controversy regarding the new Mnet girl group production show 'Idol School'.
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Many netizens expressed concerns and complained about the concept of 'Idol School' as it seems to sexualize minors. The show was also accused of having a 'Lolita theme' for the school uniforms and scenes such as spraying water on the girls in white tops.
At the press conference for 'Idol School', Heechul, who's appearing on the show as the teacher, shared his thoughts about the controversy.
There has been a bit of controversy surrounding the popular K-Pop show 'Idol School' and an idol who has a strong opinion towards the shows contents and their contestants. Super Junior's Heechul recently spoke out saying how the show pulls in ratings through their sexualized viewer content and netizens reacted in quite a shocking way.
'Idol School' has received backlash from netizens complaining about how overly sexual the show has become. There were comments regarding the show using a distasteful 'Lolita' concept, depicting the girls in very provocative school uniforms, and even spraying the girls' white t-shirts with water during a recording. Heechul also appears on the show as a mentor to the new trainees and had revealed his opinion on the matter.