Throwing a placard towards Son Seok-gu… Controversy over bad manners of audiences during “The Roundup” stage greeting

While the movie “The Roundup” is about to surpass 10 million viewers, it was pointed out that some of the audience’s actions were dangerous in a recent stage greeting.

On April 4, a netizen had a post on a forum pointing out the rude behavior of some viewers during the stage greeting of the movie “The Roundup.”

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The OP recently released a video showing some viewers flocking toward actor Son Seok-gu, who is loved by the public thanks to the success of JTBC’s drama ‘My Liberation Notes’.

In the video, fans rushed toward actor Son Seok-gu when he left the cinema after finishing his stage greetings.

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Fans threw flower bouquets, various gifts, and banners that they had prepared for Son Seok-gu. The guards tried to stop this action but could not because too many people rushed in at once.

Pointing out the behavior of some of the audience, the writer said, “The actor got hit by gifts thrown by the audiences who were rushing like bulls. It was chaotic.” At the same time, he/she argued that etiquette notices should be given to those who attend stage greetings.

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Netizens who watched the video of the greeting on stage, which had become chaos, said, “This is the first time I’ve seen such a thing,” “This is the first time I’ve seen such rude spectators,” “It’s really rude,” and “It’s dangerous.”

On the other hand, there is also an opinion that Son Seok-gu made the gesture of “throwing gifts” when some viewers expressed regret that they could not give him gifts.

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In another video shot during the actual stage greeting, Son Seok-gu gestured for a fan to throw a gift directly. Then when the fan threw the gift on the floor, he safely picked it up and left.

Nevertheless, netizens said, “Even so, throwing objects at someone is a bad idea.”


Meanwhile, “The Roundup” depicts a pleasant crime eradication operation carried out by monster detective Ma Seok-do (Ma Dong-seok) and the Geumcheonseo Criminal team to catch Kang Hae-sang (Son Seok-gu), a vicious killer who has been committing crimes in Vietnam. “The Roundup” begins 4 years after the sweeping operation in Garibong-dong in the first movie, and it is restricted to viewers aged 15 or older.

Source: nate


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