This Kpop male idol is not only famous for his genius brain, but he is also the owner of many hits on Youtube.
Today (September 29), a famous male idol has made a shocking decision: admitting himself as an ‘iljin’ (school bully) on his personal Instagram. Previously, his classmates denounced this male idol on social network. The characteristics of this male idol surprised netizens: A member of a famous Kpop group, has a very high IQ of 156, belongs to the top 1% of the smartest people in the world, has had many famous hits. After that, Korean media revealed the identity of this male idol. That is Park Kyung – the member of Block B, in the same group as Zico. He is the owner some hits such as Ordinary Love, Inferiority Complex … On Instagram, Park Kyung recounted his days when he was a student. Worth mentioning, Park Kyung admitted that he himself was the victim of school violence, but later turned into a bully.
“In elementary school, I was someone that only knew how to study. That’s why though I don’t know why exactly, I was the target of bullying and was looked down upon by my peers. I was smaller in size than my peers as well, and I held on to those memories as I entered middle school.” – Park Kyung said
So, he started hanging out with bullies because he didn’t like his model student image. It was this wrong choice that turned the male idol into a school bully: “I didn’t like my model student image, and I liked being the center of attention. I came to see those who some may call ‘delinquents’ as cool. I wanted to hang out with them and be close to them, and I acted in a way that’s shameful. I think I thought if I was together with them, people wouldn’t be able to treat me lightly.”
In the end, Park Kyung sincerely apologized for hurting his classmates. The male idol also expressed his wish to contact the victims in the past through the company – Seven Seasons Entertainment, to apologize.
In the past, Block B’s Park Kyung used to accuse certain artists of chart manipulation. On November 24 2019, Park Kyung wrote on his personal Twitter account, “I want to do sajaegi like Vibe, like Song Ha Ye, like Lim Jae Hyun, like Jeon Sang Keun, like Jang Deok Cheol, and like Hwang In Wook” . Reportedly, Park Kyung later deleted the post. However, the agencies of those artists above had claimed to use the law to handle this slander.