Will the controversy over Elisabeth casting in ‘Ok Joo-hyun and Kim Ho-young gossip’ be resolved?… “Out of bounds” empathy

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It is noteworthy whether the controversy over the casting of the musical ‘Elisabeth’, which has been mentioned as a so-called ‘jade plate’ incident with the imminent high battle between Ock Joo-hyun and Kim Ho-young, will serve as an opportunity to resolve unfairness in the musical industry.

Recently, in the performance world, the fact that musical star Ock Joo-hyeon, a former girl group member, sued musical actor Kim Ho-young and two netizens for defamation in a timely manner has become a hot topic.

The background of the complaint is based on the judgment that the characters contributed to spreading the controversy even though they denied the ‘suspicious friendship’ caused by the double casting of Ock Joo-hyun and Lee Ji-hye as the protagonists of the 5th season of the musical ‘Elisabeth’ produced by EMK Musical Company. is transmitted

In particular, Kim Ho-young posted on his personal SNS, “Asari-pan is a thing of the past. It can be seen that he has decided on his position on leaving a message that seems to sniper Ock Joo-hyun, saying, “It’s now a jade board.”

In the midst of this controversy over the casting of a musical, as the controversy over the casting of the musical continues until a high-profile battle, the musical industry has created an atmosphere for the industry’s self-correction efforts by stating that ‘the current situation is because the right path has been broken’, and by revealing unfair cases such as the involvement of real actors in casting. are doing

Nam Kyung-ju, who recently shared a joint statement with Park Ka-lin and Choi Jeong-won, saying, “An actor should focus on his/her original job of acting, but not infringe on the rights of the production company such as casting” I was puzzled. It’s okay to talk to each other over the phone, but it’s difficult to understand why they led to a lawsuit, and I’m afraid that it will backfire on the revitalization of the musical.”

Correspondent Dongseon Park, Electronic Newspaper Internet (dspark@etnews.com)

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