Skip to main content

Controversy over Park Seo-joon's refusal to wear a headband at the stage greeting

 Park Seo-joon has been embroiled in controversy over his ill-timed behavior at the stage greeting for the movie 'Concrete Utopia'.

Over the weekend, Park Seo-joon was embroiled in controversy for not wearing a headband given by a fan at the stage greeting for the movie 'Concrete Utopia'.

The incident started like this. A fan of Park Seo-joon prepared a couple's headband for Park Seo-joon and Park Bo-young, who played a married couple in the movie. Park Bo-young accepted it and wore her headband, but when she handed the other one to Park Seo-joon, he gestured that he had sprayed his hair and ultimately did not wear it, while Park Bo-young nodded and held Park Seo-joon's headband in her hand.

When the video spread on community sites, netizens poured out criticism, saying, "Isn't a headband a national rule at stage greetings? Why be so prickly?" "Park Bo-young who handed the headband, and the fan who prepared it must have been embarrassed," "It's a shame that it's even hard to accept and keep it," "What's with that laid-back, looking-down attitude?" "He has no manners. Other celebrities do it, so why even bother with stage greetings if he's going to act like that?" "Even Lee Byung-hun carries and promotes a doll bag given by fans on Instagram, why does he act like that?" "He used to wear a headband at a fan meeting, why now... " and other reactions.

On the other hand, there were reactions like "Does wearing a headband help with promotion?" "Making a fuss over something trivial, feels like finding something to complain about," "Is this a controversial issue?" "He probably spent hours at the salon setting his hair, so why ruin it by wearing something like that?" expressing that being embroiled in controversy over a headband was excessive.

Meanwhile, 'Concrete Utopia,' a disaster drama depicting the story that begins as survivors gather in the only remaining Hwanggung apartment in Seoul, devastated by a major earthquake, will be released on August 9th.


Popular posts from this blog

Commotion Over False Alarm of Armed Disorder on Line 9... Due to Fans Screaming at BTS Suga's Tattoo

It was found that the commotion caused by false reports of an armed disturbance on Seoul's subway Line 9 occurred when fans who were watching a live broadcast of BTS member Suga screamed, causing startled citizens to evacuate quickly. According to the police and fire departments, around 8:36 PM on the 6th, about 20 reports were received from passengers on the express train to Gimpo Airport, stating "a strange smell", "people running and falling", and "there's a rioter in the station". Police and firefighters were promptly dispatched to the scene. After evacuating passengers and inspecting the train's interior and surroundings, no gas leak or armed disorder was found. When the train stopped at Sinnonhyeon Station, frightened passengers quickly ran out, and seven people were reported to have suffered minor injuries from falling on stairs and the like. While the exact reason for the passengers' panic was not clear, unconfirmed rumors of bioche

Haha, Controversy Spreads Over Parody of 'Made in Jeolla... 19+ Bomb Shot'"

Entertainer Haha's parody of the movie 'Inside Men' has stirred up controversy. On the 6th, SBS variety show 'Running Man' aired a summer vacation special. The members enjoyed self-made fried chicken along with makgeolli and zero-calorie cola. At that moment, Jeon So-min requested a toast from Haha, and Haha had Jeon So-min, Yang Se-chan, and Song Ji-hyo shout, "Cheers, Yongcha!" Yang Se-chan asked, "Isn't this something you do standing up?" and the members stood up from their seats. The members stood up and shouted, "Cheers, Yongcha!" At this point, Yang Se-chan said to Haha, "Hyung, this is something guys do among themselves," and in response, Haha shook his body, saying, "We didn't do this." When Jeon So-min attempted to follow Haha without knowing the exact action, Yang Se-chan and Haha stopped her. Jeon So-min asked, "Why?" in confusion. This scene was a parody from the movie 'Inside Men,&#

Jung Hae-in 'I never bullied anyone in the military' [Interview]

Actor Jung Hae-in returns with 'D.P.' Season 2 Great affection for the role of Ahn Joon-ho... "Many male fans have emerged" The desire to return to melodrama too Jung Hae-in shared his candid thoughts in an interview. Provided by Netflix As always, Jung Hae-in, neatly dressed in a suit, greeted the reporters with a polite manner, looking slightly thinner than before. His unique bright and lively face was quite different from the tough appearance or rough action scenes in 'D.P.' "I'm worried that I'm getting too far from melodrama," he laughed, but in reality, 'D.P.' is one of the most vibrant and glittering works in Jung Hae-in's filmography. It's also the work that has brought him many male fans, who had been known as the "national younger boyfriend." The Netflix series 'D.P.' Season 2, released on the 28th of last month, captures the story of Ahn Joon-ho (Jung Hae-in) and Han Ho-yeol (Koo Kyo-hwan) who stil