Liang Xuanxi, President of South Koreas YG, apologized and apologized for humiliating the Chinese show.

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 Liang Xuanxi, President of South Koreas YG, apologized and apologized for humiliating the Chinese show.


YG President Liang Xuanxi once sent an apology.

YG war was accused of publicly disgrace China.

Netease Entertainment reported on November 5. Some Netizens found that Liang Hyun-suk, president of YG Entertainment in South Korea, had deleted the apology for insulting China.

Last month 11, YG homemade program YG War Funds was found by Chinese netizens that the map of China used in the program was incomplete, and many areas were missing on the map. In addition, there were two Korean bodyguards dressed as Qing people in the program. After the two bodyguards were arrested, they also said in Chinese: I * m a pig. These details have aroused discontent among many Chinese netizens, questioning the suspected blatant discrimination against the Chinese and the destruction of Chinas territorial integrity. This afternoon, YG entertainment President Liang Xuanxi made an apology through personal social networking platform. I would like to apologize to all the fans in China. The relevant responsible persons have been issued instructions to modify and delete the wrong contents as soon as possible. More attention and care will be taken in the future.

A month later, Liang Hyun-xis apology was deleted, and his personal social platform did not find this article.

Liang Xuanxi, the president of the Korean YG, publicly apologized publicly.

YG Warfare Capital was found by Chinese netizens that the map of China used in the program was incomplete, and the map of China used in the program was missing in many areas. In addition, there were two Korean bodyguards dressed as Qing people in the program. After the two bodyguards were arrested, they also said in Chinese: I * m a pig. These details have aroused discontent among many Chinese netizens, questioning the suspected blatant discrimination against the Chinese and the destruction of Chinas territorial integrity. On the afternoon of October 11th, Liang Xuanxi, chairman of YG entertainment, sent an apology.