BLACKPINK’s fan Angela Baby avoids Jung Yong-hwa
China’s anti-Korean sentiment is strong. Angela Baby, former WJSN Cheng Xiao, and Koo Joon-yeop’s sister-in-law Seo Hee-je are being criticized for being on the blacklist of Chinese netizens for going to a BLACKPINK concert.
Black Pink’s world tour was held in Macau for two days on the 20th and 21st. Angela Baby, well-known as a fan of BLACKPINK, showed her fan spirit by attending a concert in Macau following a concert in Hong Kong in January.
However, Angela Baby had to be criticized as a traitor for attending BLACKPINK’s concert. Referring to the situation between China and Korea, Chinese netizens criticized, “Can a Chinese actor go to a Korean girl group concert?”
In addition, Cheng Xiao, who served as a member of WJSN, has been criticized and criticized over and over again for being seen visiting BLACKPINK’s concert in a wheelchair. Chinese netizens’ anti-Korean sentiment was attributed to South Korea’s tightening of quarantine regulations at the time, including mandatory COVID-19 PCR tests for inbound travelers from China.
Finally, Chinese netizens are continuing their overheated atmosphere by distributing blacklis and declaring a boycott by “finding celebrities who visited BLACKPINK’s concert.”
In addition, Chinese netizens recently accused Jung Yong-hwa of appearing on the new audition program “Struggle Freshman Class 1” of the Chinese video platform “Aichi.”
On the 10th, Jung Yong-hwa announced on her SNS that she had left for China by writing, “It’s been so long since I went to Beijing.” In fact, Jung Yong-hwa finished recording until the second round, but her appearance was canceled due to complaints from several Chinese. One netizen said, “As a result of investigating Aichi, the information on Jung Yong-hwa’s Beijing recording entertainment program is not true, and Jung Yong-hwa will not be used as a guest in the follow-up of the program.” “We will continue to strengthen the management of program guests to manage the number of people and contents well,” he said, revealing the answer he received from the Radio TV Bureau in Beijing.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK will hold a world tour concert at Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan, on June 3 and 4