Park Myung-soo. Photo|Star Today DB
[Reporter Yang So-young on the Daily Economy Star Today]
Broadcaster Park Myung-soo expressed his thoughts on school violence.
In KBS Cool FM’s “Park Myung-soo’s Radio Show,” which aired on the 26th, the “Search N Chart” section was broadcasted. Jeon Min-ki, head of the Korean Site Research Institute, joined.
On this day, Jeon Min-ki talked about the recent controversial “school violence” with keywords and said, “There were a lot of articles about Park Myung-soo talking about school violence last week. “He’s been on the news all weekend. In response, Park Myung-soo said, “I had quite a few friends like this when I was in school before. Don’t say you don’t have any. We need to get a hold of ourselves.”
Jeon Min-ki has 56,000 mention cases per year, with 30,000 mention cases recently. “The most related word is the perpetrator. Until last week, the issue of sports violence spread to celebrity abuse over the weekend. Many people are being mentioned. Some of them are true or not, and if there are many victims, celebrity perpetrators may be in trouble,” he said.
Park Myung-soo said, “There is no friend who hits once and never hits. Friends who hit once will hit again. Such a friend should come to his senses. We must make a sincere apology.”
Jeon Min-ki said, “What’s important is to check whether it’s true or not from the perspective of consuming news. If you actually did it, you would have done it wrong, but there are people who suffer from secondary abuse or damage. Some say no, and it is necessary to judge accurately. The public debate itself is a welcome atmosphere. There is also a sense of problem that a person who has done bad things in the past may be a matter of becoming an influential person who is loved by people from a high position.”
“When you are a minor, you can make mistakes when you are immature,” Park said. “You have to admit the mistake and apologize. From the victim’s point of view, they are angry because they do not touch each other. If you lie, you have to get out of here. How traumatic would a person be? I’ve never hit anyone. I’ve been beaten before.”
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