“I was sick that day” TWICE’s Jihyo explained why she disappeared at MAMA
In her most recent V App chat session with ONCEs, TWICE‘s Jihyo clarified why she went missing for a while at the 2019 Mnet Asian Music Awards.
The Korean term she used “웅앵웅” is a very informal online slang-like language and is often used on social media platforms like Twitter to belittle opinions that carry a whiny / complaining tone. cr
original post: naver
1. [+6637, -1864] This is my first time seeing a girl group member using that kind of word to a fan who’s worried about why she wasn’t on stage.. And on a chatting app that fans have to pay for to be in, why is she treating them like attention seekers?
2. [+4293, -1011] I never thought she would say something like thisㄷㄷ… I got goosebumps as soon as I saw it.
3. [+3946, -945] If a male idol accused a fan of ‘blabbering’, would you call it a misunderstanding? I don’t think so…
4. [+3576, -779] I can give a pass on ‘웅앵웅’. But calling your own fan an attention seeker? How can you call yourself the leader?
5. [+1092, -503] She’s just going till the end, isn’t she?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ It’s creepy. This is historical. Has there ever been an idol or a celebrity who has said something like this?
6. [+901, -379] It’s obvious she didn’t say that to a fan who was just being hateful and attention seeking in the commentsㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ You guys, you already killed someone with your hate comments, don’t repeat the vicious cycle.
7. [+775, -302] That’s because the haters were in TWICE’s chat room. That’s what Jihyo said to the hate commenters who aren’t fans.
8. [+763, -393] She’s cold to her fans, but she’s extremely warm to her boyfriend. She’s the true romantic of this era.
9. [+461, -122] She just said, “I was so sick that I couldn’t come out. I wanted to go out to win the prize, but I’m sorry.” She should have written like this… I don’t think she should have written it in such a sarcastic way.