The Production Team Of ‘My Teenage Girl’ Responded To The Controversy Regarding SNSD’s Yuri Assessment In This Program. Check Out Their Full Explanation In The News Below.
Recently the evaluation of Girls’ Generation’s Kwon Yuri on the ” My Teenage Girl ” program has drawn controversy . According to some netizens, Yuri did not give an objective assessment and instead judged the trainees for no apparent reason.
Previously, the mentors were involved in a heated debate to select the trainees to be eliminated. Trainees Lee Seungeun and Lee Jiwon are the last potential candidates to be eliminated.
During their last performance, all the mentors agreed that Lee Seung Eun showed better qualities than Lee Ji Won. But Yuri announced that Lee Seung Eun was the one who was eliminated.
In connection with this, the production team of “My Teenage Girl” also released a behind-the-scenes video showing the process of selecting candidates during elimination. This is to ensure that the atmosphere during the selection process is different from what is shown on the screen.
During the moment, Yuri praised trainee Lee Seung Eun’s ability by saying, “Seungeun has a great spirit and temperament.”
“Unlike her cute image, this tarinee has inverse charisma and unpredictable skills that will help her to endure,” added Yuri. After that, Yuri named Lee Seungeun as one of the candidates who passed in this round.
On the other hand, Youngji’s vocal mentor said, “Honestly, Jiwon’s singing ability isn’t very good. But I’m becoming more and more greedy. I want to teach and help him move up to B+.”
When the final decision process was revealed, Kwon Yuri said, “After discussing and considering with other coaches, we came to this conclusion.”
Along with the release of the video, the production team of “My Teenage Girl” also apologized for not editing the recording completely. They also confirmed that the other mentors agreed with Yuri during the elimination process.
But after discussing with other mentors, the ‘pass’ ticket was changed and given to Lee Ji Won.”
“We sincerely apologize for making viewers uncomfortable by not being able to convey the entire context properly during the editing process,” added the production team.
SNSD’s Kwon Yuri Was Suddenly Criticized For His Assessment Of ‘My Teenage Girl’ Participants
On The Airing Of The New Episode, Six ‘My Teenage Girl’ Participants From The 2nd Year Were Eliminated. Mentors Appear To Be In A Heated Debate To Choose Which Trainees To Eliminate.
Kwon Yuri is known to take part as one of the mentors for the MBC audition program titled ” My Teenage Girl “. However, the SNSD ( Girls’ Generation ) member suddenly drew criticism for his assessment of the participants.
On the December 12 broadcast, six participants of “My Teenage Girl” from the 2nd year were eliminated. The mentors seemed to be in a heated debate about which trainees to eliminate.
Trainees Lee Seungeun and Lee Jiwon came as the final candidates for elimination. During their last performance, all the mentors agreed that Lee Seung Eun showed better qualities than Lee Ji Won.
But Yuri announced that Lee Seung Eun was the one who was eliminated. Hearing the announcement, another participant commented, “This makes no sense.” Lee Seung Eun was shocked and cried.
During the discussion with other mentors, Yuri stated, “In the end, we will receive votes from the public. I haven’t voted for Seungeun from the start. She doesn’t really catch my eye. We need members who can gather fans.”
Youngji’s vocal mentor even added, “Actually, Jiwon’s singing ability is low.” After the episode aired, Yuri’s comments became a hot topic in various online communities and social media.
Many are not happy that the idol judges for no apparent reason. As a result, Yuri also received a lot of criticism because he was supposed to give an assessment based on the ability of the trainee. “I think Yuri should judge based on skill,” wrote one netizen.
” connect another. “I don’t understand why Seungeun is the one who must be eliminated,” said another. What do you think?