Song Hye Kyo’s fandom has announced to protest against her agency for certain reasons!
On November 29, Song Hye Kyo‘s fandom, ‘DC Inside Song Hye-kyo Gallery,’ announced group actions, including protests against the agency. They informed the agency that they would arrange a group protest call, group written submissions and cooperate with the fan cafe to prepare a third-party complaint and truck protest.
The reason pointed out by Song Hye Kyo’s fandom is there have been a lot of malicious comments, including excessive criticism, about the actress, who recently returned to acting in the SBS’ drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up.’
In particular, the agency’s response became a major topic of discussion. Previously, one netizen also protested against malicious comments about Yoo Ah In, an actor from the same agency, but the agency gave no feedback.
Song Hye Kyo’s fandom has emphasized the need for truck protests, including group protests against the agency.
Fans don’t have any problem with legitimate criticisms, but the limits are crossed with many users bringing up Song Hye Kyo’s past tax evasion history, including personal attacks that went too far.
One YouTuber mentioned Song Hye Kyo’s history of tax evasion in the past and argued that Song Hye Kyo did not receive a full-scale investigation by the National Tax Service. The video further mentioned that Song Hye Kyo was protected by Jeong Cheol Seung, the co-founder of her agency. The video crossed 2 million views on YouTube.
In addition, some netizens are also revealing Song Hye Kyo’s past dating history, spreading false rumours that she seduces the male actor in each drama she appears.