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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Sulli caught swearing in Chinese on 'Running Man'


Article: [Exclusive] 'Running Man' Sulli swearing in Chinese gets aired without editing

Source: Oh My News via Nate

In the episode broadcast on the 14th, Sulli swears in Chinese ('cha XXXX') at the 63rd minute mark. The swear is said to be one that makes fun of someone else's parents.

SM Entertainment reps said, "Sulli was joking with someone at the time of the recording that involved thinking up Chinese swears. She wasn't swearing at someone. We believe the audio was accidentally added in."

SBS rep said, "It seems that Sulli was joking with someone at the time. It is the fault of the producers for not catching it and editing it out. We will be editing the audio out of reruns and making sure that this does not happen again."

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1. [+161, -20] Isn't the fact that she's swearing on a show a problem in itself?

2. [+150, -15] Both Sulli and the show are at fault for even playing a joke that involves thinking up Chinese swears. Even if they were going to pull it off, they should've drawn a line somewhere.

3. [+170, -35] I guess this is how Sulli ends her career too...

4. [+38, -3] 操你妈 It means b*tch (or directly translated, 'have sex with your mother')

5. [+29, -10] I have a feeling this article is going to disappear soon ㅋㅋㅋ SM has enough money to make things like this go away...

6. [+23, -4] Proved to be brainless

7. [+19, -3] Hul, swearing on broadcast.... How could she think of doing that when the camera's recording lights are on...

8. [+17, -2] cao ni ma... It means to rape your mother.

9. [+15, -6] I'm more shocked that she had the balls to say it in front of the Running Man members... Saying it with your friends or people your age is not my business but they're all way older than her... This is about as disappointing as Onew's middle finger.

10. [+11, -1] And another brainless b*tch leaves us

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373 comments:

  1. "

    10. [+11, -1] And another brainless b*tch leaves us"


    The sexism I cannot. Seems like they are one too...

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  2. Mainly because i'm french and because I've heard people swearing many times on TV, i find it ridiculous that it became a hot issue...

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  3. I somehow feel that this was not a mistake. Did SM piss anyone off?

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  4. She speaks Chinese?

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  5. Raping you mother, that is kind of an intense swear. yikes.

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  6. "This is about as disappointing as Onew's middle finger. "



    WHAT'S SO DISAPPOINTING ABOUT MIDDLE FINGER?

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  7. "And another brainless b*tch leaves us" lol no. I doubt this is going to end her career. It's not even a big deal, i bet everyone comments swears. oh wait will you look at that? lol the comment i quoted is the exact reason why this is all pointless.

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  8. She might have learned from Victoria.

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  9. What's up with the negative f(x) articles being translated on NB lately? Lol
    Anyways, she didn't say it negatively towards anyone, it's just a slip up but whatever.

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  10. 'mother fucker' really isn't any different when you think about it and people say it all the time.

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  11. 3. [+170, -35] I guess this is how Sulli ends her career too...





    Because of one swear word? Okay.

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  12. 9. [+15, -6] I'm more shocked that she had the balls to say it in front of the Running Man members... Saying it with your friends or people your age is not my business but they're all way older than her... This is about as disappointing as Onew's middle finger.



    what Onew got to do with this???......... #sigh

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  13. she barely got screen time and out of everything, people noticed her swearing. oh, god.

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  14. She's not going anywhere, she's in SM and apart of an established group. The antis on the other hand...

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  15. True, but I have the feeling that what she said was a worse than what we use to hear on tv, j'ai l'impression qu'elle a dit un truc du genre 'va nik** ta mère" et qui plus est c'est la Corée, ils voient les choses différemment.

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  16. I think people aren't aware of the fact of what she said + it being said on /broadcast/ is what's going to potentially fuck her over.

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  17. how is that the end of her career
    it's so stupid, everyone swear sometimes

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  18. i think it's noise marketing since their comeback is approaching
    ugh why k-netizens take everything so personal!
    i mean like really chill out !

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  19. not much but f(x) has popularity in China and Victoria is Chinese so I'm sure the members have learned some stuff from her.

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  20. Yes calling her a bitch in the comments and meaning it is fine but God forbid she swear when joking with someone.

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  21. Upcoming comeback.

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  22. i went to watch that part, who was she joking with? she's sitting with gary and jihyo o_o

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  23. Nope, not a big deal at all. Chinese people always use 'cao ni ma' as a swear word and it's hardly the worst one. It's basically like motherfucker in English. No one cares. Netizens are blowing it out of proportion. It's far from a 'career ending' phrase, lmfao.

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  24. learn from hyosung. one word is all it takes.

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  25. Another celebrity affected by JYP's voodoo magic.

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  26. hyosung ver 2.0

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  27. It depends on the situation and how you say it. Like let's get real, please. We're not saints and we curse sometimes. Sometimes it's funny, other times it's hurtful but most times it's just an expression.

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  28. Chandler's TurkeyJuly 16, 2013 at 2:54 AM

    I don't think anything is over for her, look at the comments. By netizens during a scandal standards, these comments are nice.

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  29. ┒(˘▽˘┒)(┎˘▽˘)┎July 16, 2013 at 2:54 AM

    netizen just have so much free time that all they can do is sitting in front of the screen and digging others' mistakes
    and why drag onew in this issue ==

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  30. I guess, choosing these types to hype things up though? Whatever, these sorts of articles barely affects f(x)'s status anyways.

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  31. [+23, -4] Proved to be brainless

    [+29, -10] I have a feeling this article is going to disappear soon ㅋㅋㅋ SM has enough money to make things like this go away...

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  32. lmao ! Swearing is a normal thing tbh especially when you are joking with someone heol

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  33. Wow. And to think SM is so damn meticulous in training their artists with "broadcast speech." It's so very rare to have an SM idol slip up like this.

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  34. Variety shows should be considered a double-edged sword. One wrong word/sentence and your image goes down the drain. I'm dreading the day when one day I wake up and I

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  35. I don't condone the hate she's getting, but for all the Westerners coming in with "what's the big deal": swearing, especially on broadcast and around older people in a culture built on hierarchies of respect, and especially especially from someone's whose image is marketed as entirely sweet and docile, it IS a big deal.

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  36. So? Like, SM or not, celebs/idols get hated for the most ridiculous things. And as usual, people are being hypocrite. C'mon.

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  37. I suppose you could relate this with the Onew middle finger incident in which he was easily forgiven by the public and only anti-fans dwell on it. His career is still intact since SM handled it well releasing a short apology statement right away.
    This is going to be the same thing. SM released a statement and Sulli is going to be quickly forgiven. She's an adult, anyway. She'll be loved again in a matter of days.

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  38. Being an idol is hard you have to be careful 100% of the time or else things like this happens. I feel bad for her :/

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  39. but... but... what's the use of mastering foreign language if not for cursing right in front of other person? lol

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  40. koreaboos defending korea again

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  41. SHETTUP YU MODAFATHA NETIZENS111! 1! 1! 1!

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  42. These netizens are acting like children. Someone swears and the act as if they cursed the whole nation.

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  43. i don't speak chinese but i don't think it would be much different. she was joking and not saying it in a hurtful manner or even toward anyone in particular.

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  44. I don't get why she is playing a game of swearing in the middle of recording :/

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  45. 6. [+23, -4] Proved to be brainless

    Isn't it the opposite I mean she is swearing in CHINESE lol

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  46. because SM got them money


    and money makes the world goes around

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  47. Cao ni ma = chinga tu madre = mother fucker.

    Common curse words, give the girl a break.

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  48. or Amber she also speaks chinese..

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  49. There was a time when my Korean friend updated her Kakao display picture with her brother showing middle finger. It was around the time Jay Park's middle finger became a hot topic among knetz.I asked her about the middle finger things, she said she doesn't feel like doing sth bad, it just merely a joke. That was when I've started to think I shouldn't take Knetz seriously. Because there are times, what they said do not represent the general public opinion.

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  50. >.> cussing=brainless.... So netizens are calling themselves brainless ???

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  51. If anything, this must be some sort of hype build up for their comeback. Krystal, now Sulli, in a day? OR this could just be a bad day for them idk. But I don't just believe slip ups like this could happen just like that, it's not as if it's live. It's touched, manipulated at the very least. I hope Sulli wouldn't be a victim in this situation.

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  52. all this idol bashing and idol defending.... feels good to only be a movie and variety fan. we get to sit back and laugh.

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  53. OpparDoesntLoveYouJuly 16, 2013 at 2:59 AM

    Ikr i bet every single person who commented has sweared in their life. Something this small shouldn't destroy someone's career. #BitchesBeOverreacting

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  54. Ethnocentrists displaying ignorance again.

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  55. awh ssul baby, did you learnt this from your vic omma or amber hyung before you left for shanghai?

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  56. Why are people taking netizens seriously? They don't represent the whole public's opinion. A Korean friend of mine told me those kind of things aren't even a big deal.

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  57. Celebrities need to be aware of the red light tho. Be careful what you say when the cameras are on regardless if whether or not you're actually filming, cos it could come back to haunt you later on.

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  58. my bias in f(x) whyyyyy?! sulli please be careful...

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  59. [+15, -6] I'm more shocked that she had the balls to say it in front of the Running Man members... Saying it with your friends or people your age is not my business but they're all way older than her... This is about as disappointing as Onew's middle finger.



    i love Sulli but i have to agree with this :s she should be aware of where and when it is appropriate saying things that could potentially get her in trouble. i'm sure this will blow over thing, it's SM after all.

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  60. omg, she said that? In innocent face?

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  61. lol damn in america they'd just bleep her and everyone would laugh and she'd probably get a playful slap from someone
    'MERICA!!

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  62. They never watched MTV shows.

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  63. :p Ouais mais on dit "niquer ta mère" tout le temps... Elle a en toute probabilité pensé que la station n'a pas été en train d'enregistrer ses paroles.

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  64. Of course everyone swears, but the thing is she is a public figure that's why.
    SM lol why everyone ever thought of A GAME INVOLVING SWEARS in the middle of recording? Lame excuse.

    I honestly thought she was prank by someone cuz why suddenly she said a swear in Chinese like this :/ that doesn't make sense to me.

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  65. don't call amber hyung she is an unnie

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  66. She might have had the idea that it's okay to say it cause they were joking around. and the producers/editors probably took advantage of this situation by slipping up the audio. "Slip up" my ass, mistakes like these just doesn't happen commonly.

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  67. i think it's 'disappointing' to the fans because Onew's a public figure. yes, it's seen as something done jokingly (as honeyJ mentioned) but we have to keep in mind how conservative Korean culture is. disappointing in a sense that he ruined his sweetie boy image hahaha

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  68. 雪丽, 做的很好!

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  69. It was caught, it's not like she knew it'll show up.

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  70. sulli should be scolded but running man should be fined for not editing it out.

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  71. hul~~~ she is a girl and she has that 'pure' and 'angelic' image. I knew there is something behind that. just sayin'

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  72. Kyuhyun is an intelligent person. You can tell from the way he behaves and the way he speaks. He knows how to present himself

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  73. Ah yes, but they want saints for celebs. It's like if pre-batshit Miley Cyrus had said "motherfucker", people would be up in arms. Still ridiculous though...
    Censorship makes no sense

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  74. did you create an account just to comment one article?

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  75. in my culture, people curse, but there are certain curse words, similar to the one she said, that is very cheap sounding...
    I, for one, don't curse in my own language because it's just harsh sounding and very uneducated-like, i get offended just hearing other people curse in my language.


    I remember an actress accidentally cursing on live TV bc she tripped, and she used the phrase similar to the one Sulli made, it ended her career instantly..


    But, for some reason, cursing in English is like child's play... it doesnt sound so bad xD i guess that's why I dont mind hearing people curse in English.


    It's all about culture, and how one perceives it...
    In the US, cursing is normal, but in other cultures, it may sound very cheap and offensive even when using it in a joking manner.

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  76. yeah like a normal person.

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  77. Heywaitwhatyousaid?July 16, 2013 at 3:08 AM

    She's not pure anymore...

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  78. i can't imagine her sweet face while swearing.....

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  79. "Swearing Games" just doesn't happen commonly either. This is Sulli's habit? SM, what have you been covering up?

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  80. Oh so just because she was clearly joking around with fellow colleagues and members and said a swear word they probably all found funny she has lost her 'pure' and 'angelic' image?

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  81. Man why does it seem like variety shows are doing more damage then good to idol reputations these days? Idols and actors/actresses really need to watch out for those cameras because PDs will see, hear & air everything just to get viewers reaction.

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  82. I agree. Sometimes it's not really about the middle finger, but it's about the respective image a certain celebrity has upheld.

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  83. Swearing is excellent and Sulli deserves all your support. Netizens swear all the time, how can they say Sulli is bad for acting just like them? Just because Sulli is in the public eye? Netizens are in the public eye too.

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  84. lol i watched this episode, and u can tell why she was swearing. WHO DOESNT SWEAR? i bet most of u and a freaking swear word in every sentence u make.

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  85. "cao ni ma" is not the same as" mother fucker" it's more intense than that.

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  86. the problem isnt sulli its koreans actually thinking their idols are who they portray on tv so stuff like this become big issues. truthfully when miley cyrus bieber and other kid stars starting going wild america was like "it was a matter of time, i knew it wouldnt be long....." stop living in a fantasy knetz yes your idols curse and fart just like the rest of us.

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  87. that's why america is so fucked up.

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  88. Hence why I said it's a slip up. I just find it surprising in relation to SM artists in general.

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  89. I'm more concerned that there's a game that involves thinking of Chinese swear words lol how is that fun??

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  90. I think sulli is smart to do that but i feel like sm is trying to get attention...look today news,kangta like victoria,krystal got ps,sulli swearing...even if it is bad attention,it is still attention for their comeback

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  91. Is this the same time that Lee Kwang Soo fell down? I have watched the recent episode but i think she was just joking.

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  92. Haha I agree. I don't know why did I think swearing in English sounds less offensive than swearing in my own native language.

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  93. tbh swearing is a big deal here in asia, Sulli is our angel, our nation's dongsaeng, but swearing in a public place, in front of rm member which are older than her ? its a problem.

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  94. imo " sha bi" is more like "motherfucker" in english. people use it all the time and no one cares.
    not "cao ni ma" though.. it's more intense.

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  95. Maybe Luna or amber is next

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  96. i'm sure you can find people from english speaking nations who think 'mother fucker' is plenty intense and distasteful as well as others who think it's no big deal. the same can be said for every swear in every language. it all depends on how it's being said and who you're talking to.

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  97. I know why. RM stuffs gets tired of SM putting their idols over and over to their show when they're not even funny, so they 'accidentally' put her 'true face' on broadcast. lol


    aahh sulli is soo pretty, too bad she's not good at anything.

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  98. Hokkien swear words are worse than chinese ones....netizens won't wanna know what they mean esp one which means your ladybits

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  99. Wouldn't it be "oppa" not "hyung"?

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  100. Kyu doesnt need cuss words, the brat is mouthy as it is...lol

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  101. She's apparently good at pissing netizens off which means she's okay with me.

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  102. Chinga tu madre still seems pretty vulgar..
    What she said sounds vulgar but honestly everyone swears... I'd be more shocked if she didn't..

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  103. THE SAD TALE OF MR. MIDDLE FINGER:


    Society definitely has defamed the middle finger. Young talented middle finger was born to be the face of the group, he was tall and lean and idealistic and dreamt big dreams.


    One day, the Hand Agency got him a deal for Middle Finger's solo debut, but then a jealous antifan said 'you look like a dick when you stand alone!' and people started showing pictures of middle finger when they insulted people. Middle finger went on the chopping block for stuff he didn't do. There was no plastic surgery options available for middle finger.


    Controversy has doomed his career, and the Hand disbanded.


    Now, first finger is the leader, fourth finger got married and thumb is the capable foundation and little finger the promising maknae, and middle finger is the dick :(

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  104. Nothing. Knetz proving that they are truly the brainless ones, nothing more.

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  105. MOST of the time they don't represent the public opinion. Majority of these comments are the equivalent to youtube or Yahoo comments, aka worthless.

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  106. they are lucky they never heard of the word kao pei (which kinds of scolds your parents)

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  107. Wait...so is the 'game' they played part of the show?
    And to be honest the phrase she said is sooo offensive, to the point where you can get beat up if you say to the wrong person...

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  108. The only time knetizen comments have been a true reflection of general public sentiment was under that se7en scandal article with like 12,000+ upvotes.

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  109. "Sulli was joking with someone at the time" there were only running men members there lol if you want to bring her down then you might as well as bring the entire cast down

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  110. likeyourlifeisperfectJuly 16, 2013 at 3:29 AM

    lol omg

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  111. that applies to chuseok for the koreans and lunar new year as well...I don't swear in front of my elders either (fearing I would get scolded)

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  112. Not quite.


    Motherfucker is a verbal attack on the person you're saying it to.


    cao ni ma is an verb-action-thingy, directed to the person you're saying it to, but bringing in his/her mother. You're kind of like cursing his/her mother to be fucked by some random dude. Not very nice; what did the mother do? ):

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  113. The real question is where did she learn it from? Victoria or Amber? Unnies are teaching her bad words in chinese?

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  114. Why are you assuming everyone that says swearing isn't a big deal is a Westerner? And why are you taking these comments seriously. I suggest you check out that tumblr blog about Soul nightlife

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  115. It was probably a remark of some sort of joking response to what a friend of hers said.

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  116. sulli calls amber "hyung"

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  117. sulli calls amber "hyung" .

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  118. It's completely different in meaning.


    When A says to B, "motherfucker", it literally just means that A says B is a motherfucker.


    When A says to B "cao ni ma"; A is saying "fuck your mom". Kind of like cursing B's mom to be fucked randomly. Naturally, things get intense when you bring people's moms into this.

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  119. In Korea SWEARING is BIG. Deal with it! :(

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  120. lol good question...

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  121. Let us pray for monks knetizens, they never swear :')

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  122. 'mother fucker' is calling someone 'one who fucks their mother.' obviously the direct translation has a different meaning but overall it's the same feeling/implication.

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  123. uh. no. Its literal meaning is to "cry (to your) father" -- and thus refers to the act of being noisy.

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  124. why did them criticize her, if she did something wrong, PDs and all the staffs of programme were more stupid because they did not realize that. I think Korean are so serious about this

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  125. You can really end your career by swearing? I understand why people are upset. But why could that end your career.

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  126. No. Motherfucker is much less personal as it is not a verbal attack on one's family. Hence less intense.

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  127. maybe if you actually watch the video, the RM cast were talking to the PD about some article being posted about kim jong kook. Who ever she was 'joking' with, it wasn't the RM members and they definitely didn't hear what she was saying. lol

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  128. khau means cry , pe means dad, it more like " crying noisily like his/her dad died" literally but means "shut up"

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  129. i don't get people defending it like ''its no big deal", i mean big deal or not you do know its the wrong thing to do rite?

    i don't agree with the career ending comment either, but she deserve the critics so that she wouldn't do it again.

    that's life ya know.

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  130. The PDs and staff were stupid because Sulli said a swear word while RECORDING? The KOREAN PDs and Staff were stupid because they didn't catch the CHINESE swear word. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  131. Don't take netizens too seriously. I'm sure most regular people in Korea will not care unless there is more articles on this

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  132. this
    or A could say " wo(I) cao ni ma" means I want to fuck your mom.
    generally speaking "cao ni ma" is personal and intense swear word and I don't recommend people to use it if they don't want to get in trouble.

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  133. sorry, but i disagree. 'mother fucker' can be very personal, even if it's in a different way, depending on who you ask. people become desensitized by it because we hear it so often being used in less severe instances, but that can be true of any swear word in any language. the power of words is very dependent on how and when they're being used and who is hearing them.

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  134. First Krystal, then now Sulli, so who's next? Victoria? Luna? Amber? all these kinds of news just before their just-around-the-corner comeback where the teaser could just pop out anytime. Plus why didn't they edit it out anyway, don't they usually edit the video before airing it? what kind of BS is this

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  135. I scolded a friend with that word and she explained it meant scolding your parents...and I use sg hokkien fyi and I fucking suck at it T.T

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  136. People here really don't get it. Just like the people on AKP. It's part of their damn culture. They way they see it, is that when you give up your normal life and become a celebrity, there are consequences to every little thing you do on top of all the privileges you get. She's an IDOL, therefore a role model. Idols get criticized because they don't take that role seriously. Sure this shouldn't be career damaging, but far out, it's a mistake that she needs to learn from.

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  137. I don't think it's odd for anybody to swear especially at Sulli's age. But I think the fact that there is a time and place for that - I mean, would you swear in front of your boss? You don't, because that would be highly inappropriate and unprofessional.
    The fact that she's in CHINA, where people passing by could easily understood her - why was she playing around with Chinese swear words anyways? The other thing is that I know how people here kept saying middle fingers and swear words aren't anything, but in Asian culture where politeness and respect is still very much practiced, it is still pretty much a taboo. Swear words/middle fingers = looking for trouble.
    Another point is that Sulli is an idol and is pretty much looked up to by a lot of teens in her age group or younger. Nobody wants to encourage the notion that since idols can do it and look cool, then the bad habit can be followed as well.

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  138. it happens, believe it or not.

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  139. Wow this is pretty funny. Well, we don't know in what circumstances she was swearing, so I can't judge her as a person, but she should at least have the sense not to get caught on camera.

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  140. this will be covered with an apology from SM in 3...2...1...


    on the side note : is it just me or cursing in English is so normal but when cursing in your own mother tongue (i speak Malay/Chinese) or even different language it's a big no no? or is it we are just so used with English curse words.....

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  141. Lol. True. I never thought there would be a day in my life to see a massive insanely upvotes from knetz in a single article.

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  142. i think just a few days ago they compliment how beautiful Sulli is ...

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  143. i just watched the show... the so called "game" isnt a part of it.
    Im not even sure who she was supposed to be playing that game with since she was sitting with gary and jihyo...
    SM's excuse is weak...

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  144. NOTE: I SAID IF, OK, i said that if Knet said Sulli wrong, it looked like they said the staffs and PDs too because they are the producer, and they took responsibility for everything of the show, if she wore anything wrong, they can said her to change this. What i hate is Knetizens, what i said not to said the staffs of RM.

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  145. She probably learnt it from a staff or crew.

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  146. why was she swearing?
    and dont generalize...

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  147. I guess all the idols have to pretty much act innocent and pretend that they don't know any curse words.. =___= If they screw up just once, there goes their career. Pretty much 'YOLO' in this industry orz.

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  148. guys please. she sweared as a public figure. she is responsible for reppin herself and her group. she deserves some criticism. (even tho some were kind of harsh..ending her career and whatnot)

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  149. ....and during an intense game, too. I thought they wouldve been too into the game to even play games like theyre bored.

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  150. thanks a lot Victoria. What the hell are you teaching these kids

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  151. omg i had the same worry when he first started radio star
    but i do trust him, he will be ok

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  152. oh i see, thx for explaining

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  153. 10. [+11, -1] And another brainless b*tch leaves us



    How is this okay? Hypocrite.

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  154. Oh my. I never thought of that. Hope nobody points fingers at them cause it seems like she would learn it from them of all places.

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  155. I never thought I'd hear something like that from Sulli due to idols always having this pristine image. Not to mention she was around the Running Man members, it seems out of character for her. But again, I'm just way used to seeing idols trying to be perfect. It's good to see her act naturally but I don't think she should have said this when she was clearly on broadcast, talking to a friend or not.

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  156. OfficialKARALoverJuly 16, 2013 at 4:04 AM

    4. [+38, -3] 操你妈 It means b*tch (or directly translated, 'have sex with your mother')



    awts

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  157. I'm singaporean too....
    Eh it kind of it is a way, if you look at marie's explanation above -- if your parents aren't dead, why are you being so noisy? But personally I think it's one of the milder swears. >_>

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  158. the problem is she did it in front of cameras.
    and korea is not america
    korea is much more uptight.

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  159. that's true, not to mention she was around people older than her, if they heard her i don't think they would've appreciated what she said.

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  160. I wonder who is taking the K-Netizen comments seriously? from what I heard the comments box is equivalent to Youtube & Yahoo's comments box, it is not something people should take seriously.

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  161. 4. [+38, -3] 操你妈 It means b*tch (or directly translated, 'have sex with your mother')
    8. [+17, -2] cao ni ma... It means to rape your mother.
    5. [+29, -10] I have a feeling this article is going to disappear soon
    ㅋㅋㅋ SM has enough money to make things like this go away...

    6. [+23, -4] Proved to be brainless

    Another SM Ent Media Noise because its almost (fx) comeback?
    I want Sulli to Disappear for Good this is embarrassing

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  162. yes should not take it seriously

    4. [+38, -3] 操你妈 It means b*tch (or directly translated, 'have sex with your mother')
    8. [+17, -2] cao ni ma... It means to rape your mother.

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  163. maybe .. im saying this just a maybe.. that sulli learn it but didnt know the actual meaning of the word.

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  164. honestly, if the news is entertainment related you should almost never take netizens seriously... the comments can be manipulated in all sorts of ways, whether it be by fans, haters, agencies, ect. i'm pretty sure the people commenting "it's over for sulli" are just people who want her to go down, while most other people won't give two shits because let's be real, who doesn't cuss at some point or another?

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  165. there's a possibility that she doesn't know what the word means

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  166. it's not like she's the only person in the world who swearing. i bet every single who commented that article has sweared lol.

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  167. One word and your career is down the drain. I guess, idol/actor/singer/actress' life in Korea is scary. Scary but fun, I guess.

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  168. Maybe something was happening in the game? I definetly cuss when I watch sports, especially if its for a team I root for. In this case she may have been rooting for the other SM idols playing in the game, but all in all what she did was unprofessional given her circumstances at that particular time

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  169. Heol, I know that word. XD It is indeed rude and bad....

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  170. We really have to remember that these k-netz only represent one small part of the millions of people who live in Korea. The majority don't give a sh*t and don't follow celebrity news or listen to gossip. Just look at youtube, if everyone believed the comments there then you'd think that Justin Bieber's career would have ended years ago (not a Bieber fan or anything, just using him as an example). If an idol comes out with good music, people will listen to it, no matter what kind of scandals they've been in. Netizens hate on idols because they like to hate, and trolls hating in comment sections is nothing new. Some people give them way too much cred. /my opinion k

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  171. People saying she doesn't know what it means need to stfu. You sound stupid.

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  172. Why do i feel that SHINee and f(x) having same kind of news. Krystal and jonghyun have ps rumor and sulli and onew have swearing incident. The only different is one is comeback one is in the middle of promotion. But this news will surely disappear after a few days like onew's case. No one really care about it only some antis and knetizen

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  173. Pwahaha...I can't believe someone make a story about our hand.And I still can't stop laughing at "...and little finger the promising maknae.."

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  174. kpopwillneverstopJuly 16, 2013 at 4:35 AM

    Lol really? All of a sudden, these people that are quick to bash Japanese and Chinese people in a heartbeat are concerned over a foreign curse word?

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  175. f(x) was my favorite among other girls band, but so sulli was swearing and krystal had plastic surgery.

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  176. He hasn't enlisted either. He is just a part of loser idol

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  177. that's not the problems, if you love anyone, u should accept that they are not the god so that they can make mistakes anytime, anywhere

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  178. Our cultures are so different O.O
    They take swear words so seriously and middle fingers so seriously. I say fuck all the time and no body says anything to me.



    I'm sure some of them would say swear words often too. But because she's a celebrity she needs to pure. They aired it accidentally. So basically she had no intention of saying it on screen. I wonder what they would feel when they realize their idols poop, fart, vomit and pee.


    But I guess it's their culture, so I shall respect it.

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  179. Noise marketing for their comeback?

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  180. Sulli can't even introduce herself properly in chinese, so that's 'kinda' possible. Maybe Sulli heard it from Victoria? after all Victoria is Chinese right? but then again I doubt Vic umma will say that tho

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  181. Disappointing the fans? I think you should write delusion fans is more suitable. Most of the shawols are quite happy about it because it shows onew is just a normal boy and not angel and etc like wat those delusion fans think. Some fans even 'celebrate' about it-_- because it was the first scandal from SHINee. You don't know how irritating those delusion fans are, one example when jonghyun push onew they say jonghyun hate onew and bully him just because onew is an angel he won't get angry or etc. When we try to tell them that SHINee are just playing around and they keep saying we are blind not see that they are not even close and blah blah blah. Even as shawol, i feel tat it is too much. This incident can teach some of those fans that their oppa are just normal human and they are really close that they can joke around with swearing or middle finger.

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  182. it means "fuck your mother" not "rape your mother"

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  183. sulli is still cute, we swear everyday.
    but double eyelid just disappointed me

    saying you should accept mistake, would you also say so if your love one goes to massage parlour? me absolutely no!

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  184. yep, we know that teenagers or adults always swear everyday that's why they said that to Sulli. Although I dont like Krys did PS but it can be forgiven, dear.

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  185. she is a public figure swearing on tv, knetz are anonymus

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  186. I really don't think Krystal had PS, more like she's just using some eyelid tape

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  187. there is something about sulli that rubs me the wrong way. she seems really fake

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  188. "Hey, Gary, i f*cked your mom, LULZ"

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  189. You are such a loser. Replying to you is such a waste of my time but whatever.

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  190. i guess shocked is a better word, but i'm just trying to make sense of the comment in context, not defend it. what i'm trying to say is people are angry because it's seen as 'degrading' his image. the term 'idol' WAS used because people saw these public figures in that light, they are idolised for being 'perfect'. the fact that Onew rebelled made some people disappointed, it was an image Onew portrayed since debut.

    with that said, Korea is not like America. and it's not just Korea, i'm sure other Asian countries try and keep that pristine angelic image for their celebrities. people tend to have high regards for someone who's an "angel" than for someone who's rebellious, sort of speak.



    you're arguing from a fan's point of view, and i get that. but try to take a step back and see things within context and without being biased. people are bound to be disappointed once someone's angelic image is uncovered whether or not they're delusional, a casual fan or someone who has no knowledge of the group what so ever.

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  191. This. I learned how to swear in English online tbh. And sometimes it leaks in my daily use when I'm angry/excited but always in English. Never in Malay. In Malay it just sounds so... crass. My first time hearing a male classmate swear in Malay, my eyebrows just shot up the roof.

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  192. hmmm i went back to watch it and indeed it was pretty damn loud. but i think the question is more of why is she saying that and to who? because it was during the pd coming over and showing then the article so it'll be weird if she's cursing the pd.....?

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