Writer Yoo Byung Jae called ZE:A‘s Kwanghee out on his informal speech on “Infinity Challenge,” inciting laughter, especially in light of the recent Lee Tae Im – Yewon controversy.
On March 28, Yoo Byung Jae and Kwanghee appeared on MBC‘s “Infinity Challenge – Sixth Man Project” as guests.
There, Yoo Byung Jae introduces himself, saying, “I’m 28 this year, I was born in 1988. I’m the same age as Im Siwan.” Kwanghee, who belongs in the same group as Siwan, gets playfully indignant, saying, “Why would you use Siwan as the example?” Kwanghee then reveals that he and Yoo Byung Jae are the same age, even though the idol star looks much younger.
The writer then reveals that he has no manager and that he ate alone before he came to the recording, to which Kwanghee replies, “You don’t have a management company?” in informal speech. To that, Yoo Byung Jae says with a straight face, “Why are you using informal speech?”
Kwanghee then replies, flustered, “We’re the same age, and we’re friends so I was just asking you because I was thinking of you.” Yoo Byung Jae explains that he doesn’t have a manager because he is just a writer, not a celebrity.
Kwanghee quips, “Why would a writer want to be on ‘Infinity Challenge?’ If you’re a writer, be a writer.”
Meanwhile, Yoo Byung Jae is currently a writer for “SNL Korea.”
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