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Why did Steven Yeun apologize on stage?

2018/05/22 | 785 views | Permalink | Source

The actors of movie of issue "Burning" had a stage appearance. Yoo Ah-in, Jun Jong-seo and Steven Yeun were at the stage appearance of "Burning" in a cinema in Seoul on the 22nd.

They stood in front of audiences that came to watch the movie.

Jun Jong-seo smiled shyly as she was recently in the hot spot for her behavior at the airport.

Steven Yeun was in the middle of controversy for the 'rising sun flag' that represents the Japanese military. He apologized for not being fluent in Korean and asked the audience to watch the movie "Burning" 10 times.

Yoo Ah-in expressed his happiness with a hearty smile and the cast took pictures with the audience too.

Meanwhile, Steven Yeun was criticized for 'liking' a picture of a boy who was wearing a shirt with the 'rising sun flag' on it.

Jun Jong-seo turned into the issue of the day when she arrived at the Incheon International Airport going to Cannes with a frown on her face which she later covered with a piece of clothing.

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