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CBS bout to Kim Jong-in’s live broadcast punk “Strong regret”


The CBS current affairs radio program ‘Bandfight’ invited Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee, as a special feature for the 100th episode on the afternoon of the 1st, but the broadcast was interrupted because former Chairman Kim abruptly canceled the live broadcast an hour before.

CBS anchor Park Jae-hong, the host of the bout, said in the afternoon broadcast, “In the first part of today’s 100th episode of the bout, Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the People’s Power Troops, was originally scheduled to appear in the studio, but suddenly the notice of cancellation came about an hour before the live broadcast.” “Unfortunately, I can’t. The production team is also sorry.”

▲ Kim Jong-in, former chairman of the People’s Power Emergency Response Committee. photo = power of the people

Anchor Park said on his Facebook page after the broadcast was over, “Broadcasting is a public good, not an election committee. There must have been a number of circumstances, but we once again express our strong regret for the one-sided notice of cancellation of an appearance on the show without any apology.”

In that former Chairman Kim carried out his political schedule as usual, such as visiting the publication anniversary of Park Yong-jin of the Democratic Party of Korea held at the Kyobo Building in Seoul on the morning of this day, his unilateral notification of cancellation of appearance cannot be freed from criticism for degrading broadcasting as a tool of his own politics. . There are also criticisms that it is a violation of the promise to the viewers.

Anchor Park said in a phone call on the 1st, “Because it was the 100th episode, the production team prepared a lot, and he had requested and accepted the appointment of former Chairman Kim before,” he said. I heard you were going Up until the morning, you had attended the publication anniversary of Rep. Park Yong-jin, so the production team was very embarrassed by the sudden cancellation notice.”

Kim’s appearance in the bout, which was scheduled for this day, drew the attention of reporters from the political department. While CEO Lee Jun-seok was in hiding due to a severe conflict with Yoon Seok-yeol, the People’s Power presidential candidate, former Chairman Kim was arguing that he could declare a bomb on the broadcast today.

▲ The CBS current radio program 'Fight Again' invited Kim Jong-in, the former chairman of the Emergency Response Committee, for the 100th episode on the afternoon of the 1st, but the broadcast was interrupted because former Chairman Kim abruptly canceled the live broadcast an hour before.  Photo = YouTube capture of the CBS bout
▲ The CBS current radio program ‘Fight Again’ invited Kim Jong-in, the former chairman of the Emergency Response Committee, for the 100th episode on the afternoon of the 1st, but the broadcast was interrupted because former Chairman Kim abruptly canceled the live broadcast an hour before. Photo = YouTube capture of the CBS bout

Considering the current situation, the bout side was also preparing for the broadcast by listening to the story of the general election rather than asking Kim about sensitive issues such as the composition of Candidate Yoon’s election committee. The reason for the cancellation of the appearance that the production team heard from former Chairman Kim’s side was ‘the aftermath of vaccination’, but he is not suspicious of the fact that he suddenly delivered the cancellation notice after digesting the morning schedule normally.

This is not the first time that a politician has suddenly canceled a TV appearance promised by a politician based on political interests. People’s Power Representative Lee Jun-seok and Democratic Party Chairman Song Young-gil were planning to appear on MBC’s ‘100 Minute Debate’ on August 30th. However, CEO Lee abruptly refused to appear on the grounds that negotiations on the Media Arbitration Act broke down, and the MBC headquarters of the National Media Workers’ Union criticized it, saying, “I used the live TV debate, a promise I made with the viewers, as a negotiating card to pressure the ruling party.”

Anchor Park said, “Ex-Chairman Kim and CEO Lee are such big speakers, so broadcasters are trying to serve each other. Broadcasting is a public good and a promise to viewers. We have no choice but to express our regrets.” Media Today tried to hear the position of former Chairman Kim, but on the afternoon of the 1st, I couldn’t reach him.

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