A book promotion came up on a famous bookstore website titled, "Kill Me, Heal Me, Hyde Jekyll and I but...Jekyll is Hyde".
"Jekyll is Hyde" is a phrase used to promote the novel-written web-toon. The problem lies in the fact that Lee Chung-ho is the original writer of it and the SBS drama "Hyde, Jekyll and I". He claimed that "Kill Me, Heal Me" had plagiarized "Hyde, Jekyll and I".
On his SNS, the writer wrote, ""Jekyll is Hyde" and drama "Hyde, Jekyll and I" were made differently but "Hyde, Jekyll and I" paid a sum to use my work and idea. It is only customary for one to pay a price for the rights to someone else's work and ideas in the smallest sense even in Hollywood. If someone else was to get a free ride, who would be willing to pay the price for using someone else's work?"
He's being unpredictable by cornering "Kill Me, Heal Me" for plagiarism but mentioning it in the promotion of his book. The said ad has been taken down but it's already been spread far and wide.
This writer suddenly deleted the Twitter account that he voiced himself on.
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""Hyde" original writer plagiarizes "Kill Me""
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