South Korean Entertainment Industry Organization Has Asked Not to Spread Celebrity Scandals Without Going Through an Investigation

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South Korean Entertainment Industry Organization Has Asked Not to Spread Celebrity Scandals Without Going Through an Investigation

South Korean Entertainment Management Association asked the public not to spit scandals from celebrities without first investigating.

Reported by Koreaboo, the Korea Entertainment Management Association and three other industry organizations have released a joint statement.

The statement was signed by the Korea Entertainment Producers Association, the Korean Drama Producers Association, and the Korean Federation of Popular Culture and Arts.

The organization apologized for the circulation of the scandals that had occurred against celebrities and promised to defend the victim if the allegations were proven true.

However, they appealed to the public to refrain from spreading fake news without prior confirmation or investigation.

They do not want the false rumors circulating to affect the careers of Korean artists.

However, we wish to appeal that the recent situation not only affects celebrities who have been exposed for their wrongdoing, but will also affect the pop culture industry as a whole. Therefore, we strongly ask for a good understanding from the public - statement from the organization said.

First, it concerns acting activities for celebrities. If they suddenly withdraw from the program in the middle, it is inevitable to re-shoot because the existing footage has to be canceled. This will put huge pressure on the crew who are working hard on the project. as well as other celebrities involved - they continued.

It's not that organizations don't want to reveal bad things that celebrities have done, they just want rumors to be spread based on valid information.

We are in no way against the exposure of celebrities who commit school violence. However, without a rigorous investigation of the truth, it will cause a fatal blow to celebrities and the industry - continued the organization's statement.

Previously, the organization appealed to broadcasting companies and production companies to reconsider the decision to broadcast the issue of celebrity scandals.

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