What does a celebrity mean He’s even invited to a concert
There was a time when the drama set was crowded like a cloud. To see a celebrity’s face at least once. At that time, the public followed the filming staff pretty well. There is no legal control, but if you say, “I’m filming a drama,” those who were watching also left their seats. Even if one lane of the bridge was controlled and inconvenienced, there was a lot of atmosphere that they should understand if they said they were filming a drama.
But that atmosphere has changed completely. With the atmosphere of “Why should we have any inconvenience in filming the drama?”
Recently, an article was posted on the online community claiming that the production team left garbage at the filming site under the title of “Tell me you love me, it’s like a drama set.” In the attached photo, discarded plastic cups, beverage cans, water bottles, and cigarette butts were discarded. The author also criticized, “If you’re here to film, you should clean it up. Who’s going to clean it up?”
In the end, the production team of “Tell Me I Love You” said, “We sincerely apologize for causing discomfort and concern to local citizens who cooperated with the filming due to the garbage left during the filming.” “We will prevent this from happening again in advance and proceed with more thorough cleaning around the area,” he apologized.
In April, the filming site of the tvN drama “Diva on an uninhabited island” also became a problem. During the filming, a man in his 40s living nearby threw bricks. In a police investigation, the man reportedly stated, “I was annoyed by the light and noise generated by the shooting” and “I couldn’t sleep.”
In the shooting of Netflix’s “I Got You,” it became controversial that it used the Gochang Green Barley Field Festival as a filming site to block the road and even control tourists from taking flower photos to prevent spoilers. Recently, there has been a lot of controversy not only in many dramas but also in variety shows
Hyundai Card Super Concert 27 Bruno Mars, which was held at the main stadium of Jamsil Stadium in Seoul for two days on the 17th and 18th, is still being talked about. Of course, it was an all-time performance, but it is being talked about by the public due to the controversy over the preferential treatment of celebrities. As it was the first time in nine years since 2014, Bruno Mars concert was held with 1.16 million simultaneous users at the time of ticket reservation. However, when getting tickets became a star in the sky, the stars sat in the main seats of the ground seats and were caught in the eye.
In general, concert invitations have special zones in the back seats or on the side, and the stars’ large number of Premier seats raised suspicions that the organizers might have overissued invitations.
Eventually, the host Hyundai Card said, “The seats are usually visited by celebrities who have received invitations for family, friends, musicians, etc. invited by artists during performances, or by celebrities with tickets purchased by celebrity agencies.” Hyundai Card also said, “We do not invite separate celebrities.” Chung Tae-young, vice chairman of Hyundai Card, also blocked suspicions by answering, “I think you’re talking about the artist’s invitation seats,” when a netizen said, “All celebrities gave them the front row, and it was worth seeing their acquaintances.”
Now, the view of “celebrity and broadcasting station preferential treatment” has become quite harsh. It is difficult to expect good intentions because residents are not obligated to cooperate with filming. Likewise, the privilege of being a celebrity and getting a good seat is now hard to accept