Shin Se Kyung Addresses Hidden Camera Incident
Shin Se Kyung talked about the hidden camera incident and shared that she will be taking legal action.
On November 19, O’live’s “Pocha Beyond Borders” held a press conference, with Shin Se Kyung, Park Joon Hoon, Ahn Jung Hwan, Sam Okyere, and producing director Park Kyung Duk in attendance.
Previously, it was revealed that an outsourced staff member had installed a hidden camera in Apink’s Bomi and Shin Se Kyung’s room in the last stages of filming for the show. Regarding this incident, O’live replaced the staff member and shared plans for taking strong legal action.
During the press conference, Shin Se Kyung addressed the matter. She remarked, “The thing that I want to say is, that rather than the data that was filmed, I think the goal and the intent was extremely wrong. As much as my family and I were hurt, I will not be accepting favorable arrangements.”
She continued, “On the illegal filming and secondhand harm, I think that we need to have more consciousness as a society. I hope that it will quickly become a society where the perpetrator will receive strong punishment through the law, and the victim will completely receive protection through the law.”
Shin Se Kyung concluded by saying, “This is something that was created through the cast members, staff, and producers having fun and hard work together. I hope that our desire to give happiness to the viewers is conveyed well.”
“Pocha Beyond Borders” is a reality program where the cast members go abroad to share Korean street food and affection. The show will air its first episode on November 21 at 11 p.m. KST.
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