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(NB) [Pann] SNL sets SNSD's photos on fire

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MirUsako
Post Oct 10, 2015 @ 9:00 pm

Pann: Wow, SNSD on SNL...



"Wonder Girls were the guests today and there was a scene where SNSD's album was stepped on and set on fire (the Wonder Girls did not do it, the SNL crew did)"


1. [+169, -12] If SNSD was on SNL and their episode had a scene where the Wonder Girls' album was trampled on and set on fire = all female community sites would start a rite. The top 4 search rankings on Daum cafes would all be about this on top of bringing up old SNSD controversies. People would blame SNSD saying "they probably saw the script and should've been able to reject it considering their seniority but the fact that they OK'd it means they agreed with it". Naver's real time search would be 'Soshi burns WG album', 'Soshi's true colors', etc. Sones defending them saying it's not Soshi's fault but the producers would get downvoted. 8 out of 10 of the top 10 posts on Pann would be hateful things about Soshi.

2. [+127, -5] WG went to America in June of 2009 while SNSD released 'Gee' in January of 2009 but the scriptwriter of the episode made it sound like WG would be the one top if they didn't go to America... (not that I'm arguing that SNSD is). SNSD was already preparing an album in 2008 that was scrapped for copyright reasons and had to resort to 'Gee'... Anyway, what fan would be happy to see their artist's face being set on fire like that on TV?... SNL producers need to apologize.

3. [+116, -9] I think this should be brought to the viewer message boards or even to the broadcast associations so that SNL gets fined.

4. [+49, -3] They crossed the line by far. Those albums are a result of SNSD's hard work and they're precious material to fans and the members. How can you set it on fire just for fun??? I'm not hating on WG, I'm calling SNL crazy for going through with this. The overall episode made it sound as if Soshi was only able to get popular because WG left for America but please keep in mind that Gee was released in January while WG left for America in June of 2009. ... After the broadcast, WG fans are actually blaming SNSD fans for overreacting to it but would WG fans be happy if their own albums and member pictures were set on fire like that??? All just for fun?? Stomp on it and ste it on fire??

5. [+43, -0] People have every right to be upset. I mean, they took pictures of people who are still alive today and not only stomped on them but set them on fire. That's way crossing the line. How can you do that to people who are still alive today? Furthermore, SNL's episode made it sound as if Soshi's entire career benefited off of WG leaving and made them sound as if they never had to work or rehearse for anything they achieved.

6. [+39, -0] Sones are saints sometimes ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ other fandoms are telling them they're overreacting. People seem to be way stricter when it comes to SNSD and Sones.

7. [+39, -0] I'm a Sone and I bet SNL did this because they can't get SNSD as guests;;; Every time WG had a skit, it was all about putting SNSD down.

8. [+36, -0] SNL's message board is abuzz right now with this, calling them out for accusing SNSD of riding on WG's fame, setting their albums on fire, etc.

9. [+30, -0] Crazy... SNL just doesn't care anymore

10. [+29, -1] Wow... to put it into perspective, imagine if SNL stepped on your oppa's pictures and set it on fire... do you get our anger now?

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MirUsako
Post Oct 11, 2015 @ 12:40 am

(NB) 'SNL 6' apologizes for setting SNSD's picture on fire

Article:
 'SNL Korea 6', "We apologize for setting SNSD picture on fire, our mistake"
Source: Star News via Naver



1. [+7,116, -2,074] Why is this even a big deal for people to be making such a fuss over ㅡㅡ

2. [+6,794, -1,971] It's just a variety, laugh it off

3. [+5,370, -1,890] Not even a big deal..;;

4. [+5,126, -1,847] Oh come on, this is nothing worth causing a fuss over;;

5. [+4,009, -2,586] Of course fans are upset. Just because they're celebrities doesn't mean you can just take their pictures and set it on fire without permission. Are the best replies serious about laughing this off as a variety? How will you feel if your own picture was set on fire like that?

6. [+1,250, -346] No matter what, setting fire to someone's picture, someone who's alive, is wrong..

7. [+1,263, -363] How can you laugh this off as a variety when their album was stomped on and their pictures were set on fire ㅋㅋㅋ would you be happy if your favorite stars were treated like this?

8. [+1,135, -269] I think their fans have every right to be upset..

9. [+1,173, -326] They honestly took things too far

10. [+1,130, -347] Not only the fire but they also made Soshi a joke by talking about Soshi being popular only because WG left for America... when in fact 'Gee' was released in January and WG left in July. They need to apologize properly to SNSD... and don't turn this into another gag.

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cr: Netizen Buzz



BabyPandaHat
Post Oct 11, 2015 @ 1:24 am

WTF is wrong with that crew? What the hell made them think this was a good idea? It's disrespectful towards snsd and their fans, but also other groups (indirectly, simply because this could've happened to anyone) wth man.. fire those bitches 


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TonyTonyChopper
Post Nov 29, 2015 @ 1:00 am

If this is supposed to be a joke then where's the funny part? As a fan I do find it rude because I know that if I was Taeyeon who only recently started smiling a lot more and has gone through depression I'd seriously feel hurt. 

Why even bother including Soshi in the skit if they aren't even there in person? I feel bad for the Wonder Girls because they must feel so guilty even though all the blame should be targeted at the producers. They could've done something humoristic with maybe even inviting Seohyun or someone and do a scene WITH her - srsly hire me as your producer..

Laughing it off would've perhaps been a good solution if they were doing something less serious to the merchandise but burning and stomping on it is disrespectful af imo. 


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epidermis
Post Dec 09, 2015 @ 10:00 am

Tbh, I don't think it's a big deal.
Fall Out Boy did it too.


Anyway, I wouldn't be offended if it was my bias. The skit itself was pretty funny seeing how the reaction of soldiers really reflected the real reaction of netizens lol

ellechorbernard
Post Dec 19, 2015 @ 9:30 pm

Wonder Girls and their fans are freaking pathetic, I hate them.


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