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Soon after, as EXO-L's anger toward the program escalated, some of the hate spread toward Super Junior's Leeteuk, one of the main MCs for the show.
Due to poor management by the MBC staff, EXO-L were forced to wait in line to see EXO perform for over 20 hours, along with being mistreated by the show's staff for being noisy. Furthermore, despite a huge amount of fans turning out for the recording, only the first 500 fans were allowed in, and got to watch a meager 3 performances by EXO live. Even more discontentment arose when fans, who believed that they would be attending the show's full recording, found out after all the waiting and delay that they would only watch a few live performances.
EXO-L's hate toward the show spread toward Leeteuk so much that Leeteuk's fans began taking actions to report those defaming Leeteuk's image. Realizing the scale of the ongoing issues, Leeteuk took to his Twitter to explain the events clearly, and to apologize to any who may have been negatively affected. He wrote, "..we wrapped up recording for 'Star Show 360' very well. I think it's going to be daebak, but why is everyone talking about me?We recorded [the talk portion] well, I left for my radio show, then came back for the live recording, so please don't fight. Right now I'm at my last recording for 'I Can See Your Voice 3'.."
Many netizens expressed that there was no need for Leeteuk to apologize, and found it saddening that the issue spread to someone who had nothing to do with the matter.
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