‘What are you doing when you play?’

MBC’s’What do you do when you play?’ is being criticized by viewers for appearing without editing actor Cho Byeong-gyu, whose suspicion of being abusive.

The second story of ‘2021 Living Together’ was revealed in MBC’s’What do you do if you play?’ broadcast on the 20th.
In the broadcast, Cho Byeong-gyu, who appeared in the last episode, appeared without editing.

After the broadcast, viewers showed displeasure to Cho Byeong-gyu’s appearance and said,’What do you do if you play? Blame the crew. ‘What do you do when you play?’ Through the video comment, “I’m uncomfortable appearing on a controversial actor broadcast”, “It’s uncomfortable to see Cho Byeong-gyu. Please don’t bring in controversial people”, “Does it mean to defend the perpetrator by exporting the abuser without editing it”, “Cho Byeong-gyu came out and turned the channel”, “Is it all that the abuser showed off flippers?”, “Cho Byeong-gyu is a person who has suspicion of a hakama. It’s uncomfortable to broadcast” Showed the opinion of.

Along with this, netizen A, who insisted on Cho Byeong-gyu’s “school violence,” posted new posts on her Instagram and snipered Cho Byeong-gyu to attract attention.

On the 20th, Mr. A posted a picture of Cho Byeong-gyu’s junior high school graduation and said, “At the retreat in April 2011, Cho was in Korea. And I usually study abroad for one year or more. In the graduation photo, only Cho Byeong-gyu is different from the summer part of 2011. It was filmed in the background. In the summer of 2011, Cho was in New Zealand.” Along with this, I put a lot of photos of evidence.

This is because Cho Byeong-gyu’s side claimed that “the victim who filed a suspicion of school violence was’instructed by Cho Byeong-gyu in school violence in 2011′, but’As a result of looking up the records of the school he attended, the record in 2011 was not found. The victim lied.’ It refutes the claim that Mr. A’s claim is false.

Meanwhile, Cho Byeong-gyu’s agency stated that it would take legal action, saying, “All of Jo Byeong-gyu’s suspicions of abusing are unfounded,” but the writings of “Abusive Suspicions” are still not fading.

Reporter Joo-won Choi, Digital News Team



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