Stars, Loved For Their Good Manners vs Crying From Controversies Over Their Rude Behavior

Posted: August 7, 2011 in Micky Yoochun
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110801 Stars, Loved For Their Good Manners vs Crying From Controversies Over Their Rude Behavior

It isn’t only good looks and great talent that the public want from their stars. A good character is what the public deems most important for a star to have. Good manners are key to raising one’s popularity and likability. On the 26th of July, Yoo Jae Seok showed his great character when he helped a grandmother with her stroller in the middle of a TV program’s challenge. On the other hand, KARA’s Goo Hara(20) became a target of criticism when she called out the names of her seniors without the appropriate titles. There have been other instances in which the words and actions of celebrities were interpreted as disrespectful to their fellow celebrities.

◆Famous for being well-mannered
Yoo Jae Seok and Leessang’s Gary(33) helped an elderly woman go down a steep slope during the episode of ‘Running Man’ that aired on the 26th. The celebrity garnered much attention when he walked up to the grandmother without faltering in order to help move her stroller with her grandson in it. In front of the steep slope, he kept saying, “I’ll help you to the bottom of the slope,” while holding on to the stroller and showed his worry for her as he said, “There are more slopes down there, till where do you need to go?” Yoo Jae Seok showed his shining thoughtfulness by helping out an elderly woman and her grandson at a steep slope.

Jang Dong Gun(39) was praised by Lim Ha Ryong(59, actor) in April as he said, “He is more well-mannered than most actors.” Lim Ha Ryong appeared on KBS 2TV’s ‘On A Roll’ and said, “My rival is Jang Dong Gun,” and “Not only is he good at acting, but he’s well-mannered, even with such good looks.” He continued to say, “Though he’s atop star, he’s still so modest and I think he’s quite amazing.” In 2009, Jang Dong Gun appeared in a radio program and said, “What is most important in relationships between people is manners and etiquette.”

Kim Sae Rom highly praised Jo In Seong’s polite manner and chose him as the greatest actor she’s met in her reporting career. Kim Sae Rom appeared on QTV’s ‘Girl who chooses ranks’ and said, “I was moved by Jo In Seong’s polite manner during his interview. I saw him greeting every screenwriter, director and reporter present with a 90 degrees bow.”

Kim Jung Tae(39) of MBC’s ‘Miss Ripley’ praised actor and singer Park Yoochun(25). On his personal Twitter account, Kim Jung Tae stated, “Park Yoochun is very polite. Anyone can see his willingness to learn and hard work.” Park Yoochun’s brother Park Yoohwan(20), who is currently acting in MBC’s ‘Shiny Shiny Shining’, also talked about his brother’s good manners. He revealed, “I didn’t have much of a social life during my 10 years in America, so I learned my manners from my brother.”

◆ Free spirited or rude behavior?
KARA’s Goo Hara was swept up in controversy when she talked down to her seniors during the episode of ‘Running Man’ that aired on the 26th. She called MC Yoo Jae Seok ‘Mr. Yoo’ and actress Song Ji Hyo(30) ‘Ji Hyo’ and received much criticism for it. The scene in which Goo Hara said, “Our Ji Hyo has changed,” to provoke Song Ji Hyo had viewers frowning in discomfort. On the 27th, Goo Hara apologized on her personal Twitter account and said, “I’ve done wrong. I was only thinking about making the show fun and I made a mistake,” and “I’ll be more careful in the future and I will always work hard.”

Actress Seo Woo(26) was called a ‘rude star’ by netizens when she had side conversations while her coworkers were sharing stories on KBS 2TV’s ‘Happy Together’. While Moon Geun Young was answering a question posed by one of the MCs, Seo Woo had a whispered conversation with 2PM’s Taecyeon and burst out into unnecessary laughter. While listening to Chun Jung Myung’s stories of his military service days, Seo Woo pointed out, “He always talks about his military service.” To this, Park Myung Soo indirectly criticized the actress’ behavior when he said, “You’re a mean one.”

Many actors were called out for watching the celebratory performances of singers with no expression on their faces during an awards ceremony at the end of 2010. While Girls’ Generation performed their hits ‘Oh!’ and ‘Hoot’, actors including Choi Daniel, Wonbin, Jeon Do Yeon and Kang Soo Yeon were seen watching the performance with an uninterested expression. To this, several singers such as SG Wannabe’s Lee Seok Hoon, The Name and Psy criticized these actors and called them out of line and rude. On his personal Twitter account, Lee Seok Hoon stated, “Is it so hard to clap and smile? They’re going too far,” while The Name said, “I can’t set aside this uncomfortable feeling as a viewer. They’ve come to celebrate your appearance and but you sit there with no expression.”

Source: [sports seoul]
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