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'One Night of Real Entertainment' apologizes for reporting Lee Sang Woo & Kim So Yeon's wedding in negative light

By beansss   Wednesday, June 14, 2017   40,148   779   0



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SBS's 'One Night of Real Entertainment' has issued an official apology, after drawing criticism for portraying actors Lee Sang Woo and Kim So Yeon's private wedding in a negative light on the show's June 13 broadcast. 

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The staff stated, "The footage in question from the broadcast did not have the purpose of criticizing or degrading, but of depicting their wedding as 'out of ordinary' due to the wedding's concise regulations with the guests. We admit that some captions and the appearance of comedian Lee Eun Hyung was cause for misunderstandings, and apologize deeply."

They continued, "We want to congratulate Lee Sang Woo and Kim So Yeon on their wedding, and if they felt offended in any way due to our broadcast, we apologize to them." 

On the June 13 coverage of Lee Sang Woo and Kim So Yeon's private wedding, 'One Night of Real Entertainment' placed emphasis on how inspectors at the entrance of the wedding hall thoroughly checked each guests's invitation, not admitting any who were not invited. The show compared the inspections to high-security airport checks, in addition to captions pointing out the exclusivity of the guests. Comedian Lee Eun Hyung, who had come to pick up a guest nearby the hall, was interviewed and portrayed as if she could not enter the hall because she did not have an invitation. 

If you missed the gorgeous photos from Lee Sang Woo and Kim So Yeon's private wedding this past June 9, you can check them out here

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unscrewedhorses Wednesday, June 14, 2017

I mean, that seems like it would be the right thing to do for a celebrity wedding?  Why would you just let anybody in?

jinssam unscrewedhorses Thursday, June 15, 2017

or...any wedding for that matter? I mean, why they even made this part of their coverage is mind boggling to me smh

hixale Wednesday, June 14, 2017

I feel like if they did  this with Baekhyun's brother's wedding, it wouldn't have been such a humiliating experience. Honestly people need to check invitations otherwise you'll have a shit ton of party crashers. Especially if you and your wife are pretty notable.

KVK Wednesday, June 14, 2017

How is possible to report any wedding in negative light?

reeesie Wednesday, June 14, 2017

I don't see anything wrong with what the couple did for THEIR wedding. They don't want uninvited people and wedding crashers to come in. Plus, people that's trying to snoop like what the reporter did to get the info. It's private for a reason so I don't see why the way the couple did things was even important or surprising.

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