Actor Park Eun Seok, who plays Logan Lee in SBS's 'Penthouse', responded to a malicious comment online.
Recently, Park Eun Seok took to Instagram and posted a group photo taken with the cast of 'I Live Alone'. Set to air this Friday, the upcoming episode of the MBC variety program will feature this actor as a special guest.
Under this Instagram post, however, a netizen wrote:
"I'm gonna say this as a college student attending UCLA after having immigrated to the states when I was 2-years-old, received my citizenship, and lived here since, but it's so disgusting to see how you're trying to act like someone who's better than everyone else while having lived as someone privileged in the states. You're uttering gibberish English and honestly with that level, you're not even that good. You only graduated from a community college, which means you're only the top among fools. And the reason why you gave up your green card -- I know how that's only an excuse. These days, they don't allow you to have dual citizenship, so you had to give up your American identity just to become a Korean actor. You don't think that people will know if you say it in a roundabout way? lol. You're being buried under Henry and you still want to come out in 'I Live Alone'?"
To this comment, Park Eun Seok responded:
"I come out next week too~~^^ Please look forward to the way I say things in a roundabout way!"
He also pinned the comment, making sure that people saw the netizen's words.
Viewers who found the news of Park Eun Seok's appearance on 'I Live Alone' delightful supported the actor and applauded him for his clever way of responding to the malicious commenter. In related news, the SBS series 'Penthouse' has been garnering immense popularity since its release in 2020.