The East Light’s Jung Sa Gang Posts His Opinions About The Truth
The East Light’s Jung Sa Gang uploaded a post on his Instagram that appears to reference the assault case involving siblings Lee Seok Cheol and Lee Seung Hyun.
On December 28, Jung Sa Gang uploaded on his Instagram, “I didn’t know it was this difficult to speak the truth. No matter how much someone tries to decorate their face with makeup, eventually their bare face will show. Truth is a bare face.” Along with his words, he posted a video.
The shared video is a scene from MBC’s “A Pledge to God” in which the main character played by Han Chae Young says, “To fabricate the truth, one has to cut the context. Currently, we call this the devil’s editing in our world.”
This quote is followed up by the question, “If that video was fabricated, then why were you silent? Isn’t silence consent?” Han Chae Young’s character replies, “When lies are everywhere, the truth becomes weaker. However, truth is a bare face. A lie is just trying to cover that. The bare face will eventually come forward.”
The post has been gaining more attention as Jung Sa Gang, along with The East Light member Lee Eun Sung, CEO Kim Chang Hwan, and Lee Jung Hyun, recently attended a press conference refuting claims by Lee Seok Cheol and Lee Seung Hyun.
At the conference, Jung Sa Gang and Lee Eun Sung claimed that they hadn’t known that the siblings were suing Kim Chang Hwan and Moon Young Il. Jung Sa Gang mentioned, “My heart hurt at the reports that are different from the truth.”
Lee Eun Sung also liked the message Jung Sa Gang posted, expressing his agreement. Jung Sa Gang and Lee Eun Sung seem to be of the opinion that the siblings’ claims were exaggerated.
Furthermore, Jung Sa Gang’s post has stirred up a debate.
Some commenters supported his actions and said, “The truth will eventually come out. I support you,” “Thank you for being brave,” and “I will support so that the truth will be revealed.”
However, many netizens also criticized Jung Sa Gang and said, “Don’t play with your members like this,” “This doesn’t seem right,” “Jung Sa Gang, please don’t become a perpetrator.”
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