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Min Hee Jin Gets Into Heated Verbal Altercation With Alleged “Biased” HYBE Reporter During Press Conference


The incident has sparked outrage.

This article is part of our coverage of HYBE vs. ADOR CEO Min Hee Jin. You can read more and view the entire timeline here.

A journalist got into a tense verbal altercation with Min Hee Jin.

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Min Hee Jin

On May 31, Min Hee Jin held a press conference. During the interview the CEO was talking about why it was important that she be able to make executive decisions at ADOR when she was aburptly cut off by a journalist, who demanded Min Hee Jin hurry up and finish talking.

I’m sorry for cutting off, but we don’t have a lot of time, so can you please hurry up and finish talking?

— Journalist

Dumbfounded, Min Hee Jin then offered to make the press conference longer.

I’m sorry but this it is important that I explain this. I can give you guys more time if you need it. As soon as I finish this point I will let you ask your question first.

— Min Hee Jin

The reporter then barked back, again telling the CEO to finish her statement.

We don’t have a lot of time either. Everyone is here because you suddenly announced this press conference, right? So please talk quickly and let us ask you questions.

— Journalist

Despite the tense interaction, Min Hee Jin handled the situation with grace while letting the journalist know that she felt uncomfortable with the way the journalist was speaking to her.

I’m sorry but i don’t think I should be scolded by you for this, but I’ll try to speak as quickly as possible. There isn’t a set limit of how many questions I will take and it is important that I explain this. But I will do my best to make this short.

— Min Hee Jin

The interaction sparked outcry and soon netizens alleged they had found the journalist. The headlines of the articles that journalist had written about the press conference also went viral. In one of her articles the journalist even slammed a colleague who had complimented Min Hee Jin for looking pretty.

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  • There were no apologies… Min Hee Jin rambles in a 100 minute long one-man show “Everyone is hurt”
  • “You’re so pretty” What is up with the visual compliment? Everyone ‘Sighs’
  • Min Hee Jin’s sudden press conference, cries in 3 minutes “I’m not trying to make an emotional appeal”

Netizens slammed the journalist for her unprofessional behavior. Many found it ironic that a journalist would complain about Min Hee Jin talking a lot during a press conference. Others alleged that she was heavily biased toward HYBE and had only written unfair articles about Min Hee Jin.

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  • “They say she is a s*itty HYBE reporter, lol. She only has written articles attacking Min Hee Jin. Her articles from today are also a mess. It’s so transparent.”
  • “But isn’t (listening) her job? Does it make any sense that she tells her to finish talking because she’s busy doing her job? It’s amazing she even had the gall to show her face while saying that.”
  • “Is it official that it’s her? Please send me the link, I’m curious.”
  • “If you’re that busy, then leave.”

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  • “This part pissed me off so much.”
  • “Wow…”
  • “I was seriously dumbfounded, she should be thankful Min Hee Jin was talking so much, lol. She is acting like the boss when she is a journalist at a press conference.”
  • “Her tone is seriously rude. Who does she think she is?”
  • “If you’re that busy, you shouldn’t come. Why did you come to kill the vibe?”

What are your thoughts?

HYBE vs. ADOR CEO Min Hee Jin





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