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Hwang Chi Yeol gets completely edited out of a Chinese variety show

By yckim124   Wednesday, August 17, 2016   47,267   2,244   0
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Rising Hallyu star Hwang Chi Yeol also seems to have been affected by THAAD. 


On the recent airing of China's 'Challenger League', Hwang Chi Yeol along guested along with 7 others, but it's nearly impossible to spot Hwang Chi Yeol on the screen, and his voice is never heard. Even when he does appear briefly, it's only the back of his head or just a part of his body. 


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Chinese netizens assume Hwang Chi Yeol has been edited out of 'Challenger League' due to the ongoing controversy regarding THAAD. Some welcome the restrictions, whereas some believe the impact on Hallyu promotions is unnecessarily harsh.






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KrystaL_JunG_24 Thursday, August 18, 2016

Just go back in korea and return to Ask us anything. It will be great. :)

intricate Thursday, August 18, 2016

it doesn't even make sense.... in what reality does making a hack job of editing get you higher viewer ratings? And if that's not it, how corrupt is the Chinese government that they meddle in a variety show's content to suit their own needs?

Brimstone intricate Friday, August 19, 2016

I feel like it's not even corruption. It's just the power they have over their country as the governing body

intricate Brimstone Saturday, August 20, 2016

At the very least it's abuse of power.

kdramafaaan Thursday, August 18, 2016

As fucked it as it is, at the end of the day, it's their country they can do whatever they want though.

lulzbrooks kdramafaaan Thursday, August 18, 2016

Are you talking about china or Korea?

DZico lulzbrooks Thursday, August 18, 2016

both , korea also have rules against forgein working ib korea

lulzbrooks DZico Thursday, August 18, 2016

I was talking about how korea can install anything they want on their soil, especially since it's a self defense mechanism. Second of all these korean stars were allowed to work and they havent violated any chinese laws. Chinese govt is just butt hurt. But frankly all these stars have tons of money anyways so i dont really care

DZico lulzbrooks Thursday, August 18, 2016

do u think U.S would allow mexico to do same on there border with U.S ? .. this is not just defense mecanism , it have radar and can spy on China .. I am sure china have good reason why they against this , I think it's enough threat to them to have U.S bases in Korea .. if it was U.S they would never allow russian bases in neighbor countries around them .

lulzbrooks DZico Thursday, August 18, 2016

Yup. But US also doesnt have a rogue Canada with a fairly large arsenal pointed at your capital. Super powers will always spy on each other, either by drones, spies, satellites, etc... But the host nation of where it is going to be deployed wants it for self defense.

ilikeJB Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The Chinese would probably lose it because of the restriction one day and the programs would probably cater to their demands immediately.

MitchTatsuoka Wednesday, August 17, 2016

At least China's sticking to their patriotic self. Now I can see the difference.

vteebby Wednesday, August 17, 2016

can someone explain to me what is THAAD please? what is going on? i'm sorry i'm so late. i keep seeing this affect K Idols and actors schedules

DZico vteebby Wednesday, August 17, 2016

it's U.S military something that S.Korea want to put on the border and it might effect China safety so they against that project .

vteebby DZico Wednesday, August 17, 2016

ah ok thank you!

_Darkness vteebby Thursday, August 18, 2016

its a Military Defense that shoot down the incoming ballistic missile in your country. thats why China disagree on putting THAAD in SoKor.

dub09 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

as long as he gets paid it doesnt matter

MufffleCake Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Can someone tell me what is THAAD and why it's a big deal for korea entertainment?

dawkins (Banned) MufffleCake Wednesday, August 17, 2016

It has nothing to do with KPOP. Allkpop is just making stories up. It's an anti-missile defence system that shoots down missiles that travel at high altitudes.

NgohiongPuso MufffleCake Wednesday, August 17, 2016

You should research more on paranoid bullies... :) you'll get what this THAAD issue is all about haha

dawkins (Banned) Wednesday, August 17, 2016

I'm getting sick of Allkpop assuming that an anti-missile defence system is responsible for KPOP stars not appearing on television. You idiots don't even know what THAAD is and it's not a new technology. It was developed by Lockheed Martin many years ago. Stop trying to link KPOP bullshit with the US military's weapons.

greenbrick  dawkins (Banned) Thursday, August 18, 2016

Nobody said the technology is new. It's a new place to install it.

dawkins (Banned) greenbrick Tuesday, August 23, 2016

I dunno. Something tells me they already had intercontinental ballistic missile defence systems in place long before they announced it. I have no idea why this is such a big issue. It should already be assumed that South Korea has a means to shoot down ballistic missiles. I don't understand the point in announcing to the world that you have advanced weapons

greenbrick  dawkins (Banned) Wednesday, August 24, 2016

All I know is it tend to be this way. If one country legally gives some advansed weapons to another it's reported in the news. Maybe installing something big undercover is not allowed?

neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Haha, exactly. Witness China's power over the k-ent industry. Korean-ent is absolutely NOTHING without chinese and japanese influence. Fight me, I dare you to rebuttle with literally nothing.

sweetviolett neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

idiot

Newbie_loving neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Sorry but it was Chinese show not Korean

dawkins (Banned) neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Go eat some cockroaches you dirty chink

bokchoy neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

well that's a little bit harsh isn't it ? I won't say K-ent is NOTHING without the Chinese and Japanese, but it definitely makes up a major income of K-ent

selialevanim neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

They do perform in China and Japan , and I'm sure they make profit , but they certainly could make it without . You forget all other countries and kpop is getting quite popular

EXOREDVELVETYO neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

I think you need some education dear :). A Korean getting edited out by a CHINESE show in CHINA doesn't show China's power over Korea's lmfao. I'm Chinese but you're such an embarrassment I can't even. You know why there's no rebuttal kid? It's because there was no understandable argument being made in the first place.

NgohiongPuso neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Lols... if what you're saying is true.. I wonder why Chinese Kpop aspirants would leave their family in the hopes of becoming a Kpop star... lols and what? It has been striving for the past many years .. Kpop can skip China and Japan.. and their would still be KPop!

LisannaMint NgohiongPuso Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Lol that didn't make any sense, so I'm just going to assume what you just said. Basically, you called out Chinese kpop idols and are saying they went to Korea because it's... better than China thanks to Kpop and Hallyu? :D I'm sorry, but I still don't understand the point you're making here.

neoncolors_0 sweetviolett Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Take one to see one.

neoncolors_0 Newbie_loving Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Obviously? Why would a korean variety show edit out that korean person?

neoncolors_0 EXOREDVELVETYO Wednesday, August 17, 2016

You literally have tunnel vision lmao. Notable korean celebs' income pretty much originate from chinese gigs. Without china's backhand support, these shits are nothing. It's unfortunate you cease to comprehend a straightforward observation, thus the tunnel vision.

neoncolors_0 NgohiongPuso Wednesday, August 17, 2016

How about learning and applying basic english grammar and spelling before trying me? From what I can understand from your jumble... Let me ask you, why are these chinese idols (plus this korean person) leaving their groups in korea to do shit back in china? Explain.

NgohiongPuso neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Let's leave it at that... Tunnel vision can strain one's perception and reception.... Hence, nothing ever make sense from other people's sentences... So... I guess... Yeah you got me bro!! You are so good in English!! I admire your use of English rather... I also admire about your apathy towards context..... Bravo!!! bravo!!! Oh sorry!! I will use basic English... You.. tunnel vision.. not see other point of view... care only for syntax not context.. you good english.. me bad english... me study more get good grades .. comment with good english in AKP.

NgohiongPuso neoncolors_0 Wednesday, August 17, 2016

for my previous comment... Chinese aspirant go Korea ... train to be idol... why? They go Korea cause KPop is good.. very good... they leaving family in china..... for good dream in korea.... KPop is here always .. if china and japan ban kpop... kpop is survive... I use basic english.... for you understand me....

neoncolors_0 NgohiongPuso Thursday, August 18, 2016

Why are you replying to a comment I directed at someone else? Obviously it doesn't apply to you, but you clearly force-fed it. And NONETHELESS, you still failed to answer the one question I posed, actually directed at YOU. I'll copy paste my comment word for word: "Let me ask you, why are these chinese idols (plus this korean person) leaving their groups in korea to do shit back in china? Explain."

AReMY neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

Just saying, as a Chinese person, this is really annoying, because without Chinese and Japanese influnce, Korean entertainment would still be pretty popular. I'll agree with you that they have a big infuence, because of population, but Korean ent. would still be popular without Chinese and Japanese influence.

neoncolors_0 AReMY Thursday, August 18, 2016

The k-rookie fans who've recently caught on to the hallyu wave see the industry as blooming and successful. But it wasn't always that way. People don't notice, or bother to note the amount of backhand support nations like china and japan have provided over the years to really push k-ent (either intentionally or unintentionally, through something as simple as paying a korean idol to hold a concert in their country).

AReMY neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

I'm not saying that there was no influence from Japan and China, but Korean ent. would still be successful, maybe not to the scale it is now, but it would still be successful.

neoncolors_0 AReMY Thursday, August 18, 2016

Success is a highly subjective term...

megamanx neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

Kpop artists are selling out arenas in the United States and Europe. If China or Japan doesn't work out they can always pivot and concentrate more on other countries. South America / Mexico / Southeast Asia has a lot of kpop popularity. KCON biggest events are in new york and LA.

EXOREDVELVETYO neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

Korean Celebs' incomes ORIGINATE in China? What the fuck are you saying lmao. You really need to go back and read your sentences, big yikes.

manongja Thursday, August 18, 2016

I'm sorry but K-ent gas existing prior to outside influences. They make good shows and produce great talent, that is why other countries became interested. Yes, China may have the monetary capital but not the creative capital. It is proven that China has been copying others for years. If you deny that, then the Chinese brainwashing has worked on you and no amount of rebuttal will ever persuade you otherwise.

AReMY manongja Thursday, August 18, 2016

Chinese brainwashing is basically patriotism. Does your country not teach you to be patriotic?

neoncolors_0 megamanx Thursday, August 18, 2016

Puhlease, north america and europe wouldn't pay HALF as much the chinese did to invite k-idols to their country. Look at the par of fanmeets or concerts hosted by idol groups internationally. Unless they're invited to a large scale event like kcon, it's shit. Bts is a recent example of that.

neoncolors_0 manongja Thursday, August 18, 2016

No, the chinese ABSOLUTELY copy, sometimes even concept for concept, korean ent. I have never, and will never deny that. You know what's interesting? The koreans LET THEM. Why? They're being paid. While that occurs, these korean people are being paid (as much as 10x the amount they receive in korea) to make appearances in china. And that in itself, is the incentive and reason why they have the means to push international boundaries and further promote in other countries.

neoncolors_0 AReMY Thursday, August 18, 2016

Not "basically" patriotism, it IS patriotism. But if you think the US, canada, every other country in the world, isn't doing the same, you're too naive to be having this conversation. The way you see china, if you're from the states, is through the lens of extremely biased and manipulative american media.

megamanx neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

It doesn't matter if they won't pay half as much, they'll still pay and if you add other territories (Europe, the middle east, southeast asia, north america, latin america) it will more than make up the difference.

neoncolors_0 megamanx Thursday, August 18, 2016

You don't just "add". As of now it's china plus a few other nations sponsoring k-idols. Without china, it because JUST those few nations sponsoring k-idols. Who's "making up the difference" lol?

neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

*Without china, it JUST those few nations sponsoring k-idols.

megamanx neoncolors_0 Thursday, August 18, 2016

K-pop held concerts in France, England, Germany, Turkey, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Dubai, numerous American cities, cities in Canada, and more. How is that a few other nations? B.A.P themselves went to Finland, Poland, Germany, and Russia for the european leg of their tour.

neoncolors_0 megamanx Thursday, August 18, 2016

Don't like the word "few"? Fine. Lemme copy paste my last comment using "many" because my point still stands: "You don't just "add". As of now it's china plus a MANY other nations sponsoring k-idols. Without china, it JUST those nations sponsoring k-idols. Who's "making up the difference" lol?".

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