“That was so rude”…  What happened to Park Eun-bin on her way home from work?

Netizens got angry when the news of actress Park Eun-bin almost getting hurt by a rude fan on her way home from work was reported

Park Eun-bin responded with laughter to the rude attitude of a fan as she was greeting fans who waited for her on her way home from work.

On August 3rd, a post titled “A Rude Fan Pulling Park Eun-bin’s Shoulder Just Because They Wanted To See Her” was uploaded on the online community FOMOS. 

The writer explained the situation at the time, saying, “On her way home, Park Eun-bin tried to get in the car after repeating ‘Hello,’ ‘Thank you,’ and ‘Go home safely’ to her fans there, but someone tapped Park Eun-bin’s shoulder and suddenly pulled her toward them.”

“The security guard immediately told them not to touch her. Park Eun-bin still apologized ‘I’m sorry’ and told everyone there to go home safely until the end.”

The video released along with the article showed Park Eun-bin trying to get in the car as one hand popped out from behind and hit her shoulder.

When the bodyguard, who saw this, stopped that fan, Park Eun-bin waved as if she was okay and boarded the vehicle.

The writer pointed out that fan’s attitude, saying, “If you want to see her face, say it instead, why would you pull her like that?”

Upon hearing this news, netizens reacted, “Why did that person touch her so recklessly?”, “There would have been a big problem without the bodyguard”, “She was on her way home from work. Please give her some space”, “Real fans won’t do such a thing”, etc.

Park Eun-bin plays Woo Young-woo, a newbie lawyer with both a genius brain and autism spectrum disorder, in the ENA Wednesday-Thursday drama “Extraordinary Attorney Woo.”

“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” has been gaining popularity since it first aired on June 29th, recording its own highest ratings in every episode.

According to Nielsen Korea, a ratings research company, the ratings, which started with 0.9% in the first episode (based on paid broadcasting households), have continued to rise to double digits since the seventh episode (11.3%). The 11th episode, which aired yesterday, recorded a rating of 14.2%.

“Extraordinary Attorney Woo” is organized into a total of 16 episodes, with only five episodes left. The drama airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 9 p.m. on the ENA channel. It can also be watched on Netflix and seezn.

Source: wikitree

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