Shin Dong Yup, Tak Jae Hoon, ‘SNL Korea’ cast apologize to end latest broadcast


At the end of the most recent broadcast of ‘Saturday Night Live Korea,’ the whole cast came out on stage to apologize for the sexual harassment scandal that has been plaguing the show. Only Shin Dong Yup and Tak Jae Hoon spoke, but they all bowed deeply in apology.

Dong Yup said: I want to apologise to any one who we dissappointed or who we have troubled during the last week. Both our actions and our intentions were wrong. I want to point out that it was not the fault of one single person, it was the whole casts’ fault.

Tak Jae Hoon also commented: There is no excuse for that (kind of) behaviour. I sincerely apologise to every one. I am sorry.

I don’t believe there’s any evidence that either Shin Dong Yup or Tak Jae Hoon had anything to do with this, but I assume they’re apologizing because they’re seen as the leaders of the cast.

Anyway, at least ‘SNL Korea’ finally admitted that it wasn’t just B1A4 that were victimized and that it wasn’t just Lee Se Young who did it. Granted, they didn’t have much choice but to cop to it since the police are actively investigating the show, but I guess it’s something at least.


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