Moon Se-hoon Discusses Show’s “Evil Editing,” Hateful Comments, Blames Staff Soompi

Some competitors on Netflix Bachelor’s Hell have been criticized for their actions and behavior on the show. One of them was Moon Se-hoon, who received hateful comments about his “obsessive” behavior for Shin Ji-yeon on Inferno of singles. In a Q&A interview, Se-hoon talks about the onslaught of criticism he’s received and reveals that a lot of it is due to the staff editing his scenes.

Moon Se-hoon on the dating show ‘Single’s Inferno’ | through Netflix

Moon Se-hoon was well hated in “Single’s Inferno”

At first glance, Se-hoon looks like a charismatic and handsome man who had a chance of finding love on Inferno. But audiences quickly turned to him for his ongoing fascination with Ji-yeon. Some fans think he was “relentless” in his pursuit despite Ji-yeon showing less interest over time.

Despite the introduction of two new candidates in Bachelor’s Hell Episode 5 which was promising for Se-hoon, he stuck to wooing Ji-yeon. His efforts and kindness eventually won Ji-yeon over and led them to go on two dates in heaven. They left the island together as a couple.

Like some of his co-stars, Se-hoon received hateful comments about how he acted on the island. Some comments also came from international fans. As he laughs at the comments in a Q&A video on GomongTube, he explains that his reactions were manipulated on Bachelor’s Hell.

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In the Q&A video, Se-hoon explains that many fans hated him until episode 4 or 5 of Inferno of singles. People didn’t like the way he handled trying to win Ji-yeon’s favor. He reveals that some fans have DMed him privately.

“I got a lot of criticism via DM. They would say, ‘Open your eyes.’ Like, ‘I’m going to punch you in the face and break your glasses.’ There were a lot of people who didn’t like me,” Se-hoon said. He says it was hard for him and read comments from fans who were upset about him chasing someone who wasn’t interested. really his.

Se-hoon also reveals that the contestants were allowed to use their phones for a short time during breaks. When he chose Ji-yeon for a trip to heaven, online comments made him doubt his decision. Fans and netizens felt he was “toxic” due to his facial expressions that showed jealousy, annoyance, or anger.

But Se-hoon explains the Bachelor’s Hell the staff is partly responsible. “But the staff are a bit to blame on their part. (Editing is a bit)…They just used it as is. The madness showed on the face, and because of what happened before, it’s very provocative. While rewatching the show, he noticed why fans disliked it because of the editing.

Moon Se-hoon wasn’t the only contestant who got poorly edited

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The staff of Bachelor’s Hell could have smeared the contestants as Se-hoon wasn’t the only contestant to be seen in a bad light. According to Koreaboo, Kim Hyeon-joong spoke to the Maeil Business Newspaper about how he was portrayed on the show and about the malicious comments.

“I knew there would be a lot of scenes that [were heavily edited] might create a specific opinion and misunderstanding about me, but I didn’t expect such serious malicious comments,” Hyeon-joong said.

Bachelor’s Hell left out the reality of why Hyeon-joong looked uncomfortable and upset during the broadcast. He had dislocated his shoulder during filming and was trying to deal with the pain. He also dealt with health issues regarding his congenital kidney function. The competitors on Bachelor’s Hell became overnight celebrities and were the butt of criticism.

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