On December 10, Kim Soo Ro wrote, "Even though it's a hidden camera for TV, you have to understand the situation before pulling the hidden camera [prank]. I think the hidden camera is crossing the line by too far when you ask someone who's overseas for business to rush back to Seoul. Even though broadcasts pursue what's fun, it makes me really mad in a situation like this. I'm really angry that I had to sacrifice a lot and returned [to Seoul]. I felt severe disappoint today, and felt disappointment from the people around me. Soo Ro, you lived so desperately."
No other details were revealed regarding which broadcast the prank was for; however, it's clear that Kim Soo Ro was very upset and angered. Netizens also sympathized with criticism, saying, "If you made someone overseas come back like that, that's not a hidden camera prank, but a scam... You caused another person harm for your program. Whoever it is, he/she needs to be scolded", etc.
Meanwhile, Kim Soo Ro deleted his angry post after it started to become a controversial issue on the web.