Comedian Lee Sang-joon self-certified that he looked like actor Son Seok-koo, but faced strong demands for explanation.
Lee Sang-joon posted a photo on his Instagram on June 7th. The photo showed Lee Sang-joon and actor Son Seok-koo, who is gaining popularity through JTBC’s drama ” My Liberation Notes” and the movie “The Roundup”.
Lee Sang-joon posted this photo and added a short phrase, “I’m not going to explain anymore.” About 6 hours after the photo was released, at 5 p.m. on the same day, the post attracted 4,700 “likes” and hundreds of comments.
Netizens who saw this protested, saying, “Please explain.” Many commented, “Please explain”, “I think you need to explain”, “It seems that you should explain”… Some responded, “It’s not the same dimple”, “You can’t do that. To the room of truth”, “You look more like the alpaca behind you”…
In addition, fellow comedian Hong Yoon-hwa made everyone laugh by commenting, “I wish there was a dislike button…” All netizens responded with comments to Lee Sang-joon’s witty joke, creating a pleasant atmosphere.
Lee Sang-joon made his official debut in 2006 on SBS’s “People Looking for a Laugh” with a corner called “This isn’t it”. After the end of “People Looking for a Laugh”, he moved to tvN’s “Comedy Big League” to deliver laughter.