Sojang, a Korean YouTuber, has long been known for utilising manipulated images and videos to promote rumours about K-pop stars including BTS member V and IVE’s Jang Wonyoung. Fans of these celebrities have long detested the YouTuber, so when their channel was compromised earlier, there was nearly joy in the air. They believed Sojang would remain silent until she published a lengthy letter of apology to the idol admirers and channel subscribers. She has spread numerous rumours regarding other actors, including Nam Joo Hyuk.
Apology from Sojang to V of BTS:
She identified herself as Park Joo Ah, the owner of the Sojang YouTube channel. She said that she was aware of how nefarious her rumours were even before the channel was hacked. She claimed that when the followers of the well-known actors and idols she focused on watched the videos, she was duped into believing that there would be high viewpoints and that she would receive a respectable wage. As time passed, the viewpoints began to shift as she had predicted, and she felt the pay that went along with it. She apologised to the celebrities and performers in my videos. She became irrational for several reasons, including money or opinions.
When BTS’ V said that he was aware of her channel, she continued to act out to garner his attention and focused even more on him. She later expressed her regret to him.
The apologies from Sojang to Wonyoung of IVE:
She also apologised for fabricating fabricated stories utilising online images and videos that hurt IVE’s Jang Wonyoung psychologically. This time, her channel was compromised. Her email in particular was compromised. This caused her channel to disappear, forcing her to reconsider her choices. This post’s rationale was independent of any compensation request made by any of the named celebrities, organisations, or casualties. She promised to be prepared to respond appropriately to any claims.
She claimed to have created a second channel through her efforts. The name will not change because she is still active on YouTube and cannot stop being a YouTuber. However, the channel will have a different goal and focus. She declared that she would stop making recordings as she had in the past. She will produce videos to aid famous people, but she won’t profit from them via the second channel or any other channels, such as commercials. And last, she will give away all of the money she has made from the malicious videos so far.
For the benefit of the uninitiated, the contentious YouTube channel Sojang would engage in rumour-mongering, regularly posting videos in which they would claim that idols had undergone plastic surgery, fabricate dating rumours, and more. Although the videos would get millions of views, naturally, K-pop fans were furious with her behaviour.
I’m sorry to the idols and actors that starred in my videos, she continued in her letter to V. I was insane regardless of whether I was crazy for the cash or the views. I behaved to garner attention and further targeted BTS’s V after he claimed to be aware of my channel. For that, I apologise to him.
I’m sorry to the idols and actors that starred in my videos, she continued in her letter to V. I was insane regardless of whether I was crazy for the cash or the vistas. I behaved to garner attention and further targeted BTS’s V after he claimed to be aware of my channel. For that, I apologise to him.