YG Deceived JYP?
By Staff Writer | April 30, 2012 07:08 AM EDT
Singer Park Jin Young caught the attention of many as he shared that his image shown in ‘K-Pop Star’ is because of Yang Hyun Suk.
SBS ‘Healing Camp’ staff shared that Park Jin Young discussed the behind-the-story of ‘K-Pop Star’ that concluded its first season on April 29.
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Park Jin Young came to be known for his harsh remarks as he appeared in ‘K-Pop Star’ as a judge. He mentioned, “All of that is based on scheme of Yang Hyun Suk,” pleading his innocence. Yang Hyun Suk persuaded him to make an appearance by making a guarantee, as he was hesitant of making an appearance from the very beginning. His explanation is that due to Yang Hyun Suk’s betrayal Park Jin Young came to portray the bad harsh speaking judge as Yang Hyun Suk strengthened his image of warm judge.
Viewers are interested to see how Park Jin Young will disclose of what exactly Yang Hyun Suk promised to Park Jin Young and how Yang Hyun Suk betrayed him. Especially Park Jin Young stated, “This is not the first time, I was in a similar situation about 10 years ago,” he shared his resentment.
The remaining story of Park Jin Young’s unfair story will be revealed on ‘Healing Camp’ aired on April 30 at 11:15PM KST.
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