“Jia Song from Hell, the hottest in the world!” Song Ji-ah, caught in a fake product controversy, appeared in ‘Knowing Bros’ without editing

Song Jia, a YouTuber who appeared without editing.

YouTuber Song Jia (Freesia), who was caught up in the ‘fake controversy’, appeared in ‘Knowing Bros’ without editing.

In the JTBC ‘Knowing Bros’ broadcast on the 22nd, actors Kang Ye-won and Song Ji-ah and singer Lee Young-ji appeared as transfer students. Previously, Song Jia became the center of attention by appearing in Netflix’s original entertainment show ‘Solo Hell’, but it became known that many of the clothes and accessories she wore on TV and YouTube were fakes, causing controversy.

As the controversy grew, Song Jia wrote a handwritten apology on the 17th, saying, “I apologize for all the circumstances that occurred due to the designers’ infringement of their creative work and their ignorance of copyright. As someone who has a dream of launching a brand, I will seriously recognize the controversy and reflect on it.”

Song Ji-ah’s handwritten apology for the controversy over fake products.

Accordingly, MBC’s ‘Point of Omniscient Interfere’ decided to edit the broadcast of Song Ji-ah, which was scheduled to air on the 29th. On the other hand, ‘Knowing Bros’ side said, “We will edit the length of Song Ji-ah’s filming as much as possible.

Contrary to the expectation that many parts of Song Ji-ah will be edited in the subsequent broadcast, personal episodes as well as childhood photos were released. In addition to the part where Song Jia introduced herself as “Jia Song from Hell, the hottest in the world,” various episodes such as her days at Hanyang University and her parents’ invitation to Miss Korea were exposed without filtration.

Meanwhile, Song Jia deleted YouTube content and SNS posts that exposed fakes and made them private.

Seo Eun-hye Freelance Editor [email protected]

Source: HuffPost South Korea – Athena by www.huffingtonpost.kr.

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