Kim Seon Ho continues to be the center of controversy over his personal life. While Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha‘s child actors’ mothers posted writings in support of the actor, a staff member’s interview said something completely opposite.
On October 26th, on the Instagram of the child actors Ko Do-yeon (Bora), Ki Eun-yu (Lee Jun), and Kim Min-seo (Juri), photos taken with Kim Seon Ho were posted on the 26th of October. All three accounts are managed by the actors’ mothers, and the posts were also uploaded by their mothers.
Kim Min-seo’s mother shared a captured photo of her two-shot with Kim Seon Ho through SNS, saying, “Believe only what you see, only say what you know. A happy memory to be remembered for a long time.”
Kodo-yeon’s mother and Ki Eun-yu’s mother also uploaded a photo of their daughter receiving an autograph from Kim Seon Ho on SNS. Kodo-yeon’s mother said, “Hometown Cha Cha Cha that has become a memory. Posting the past photos. The day I got the autograph. I miss Hometown Cha Cha Cha-Cha. And I miss you.”
A staff member of ‘Hometown Cha Cha Cha’ also drew attention by writing, “Get back on your feet asap, just like Chief Hong. Kim Seon Ho, fighting!”.
Fans of Kim Seon Ho are responding enthusiastically to the support of the staff and mothers of child actors.
However, on October 27th, another staff member from Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha said something totally different in an interview with 10Asia. “Kim Seon Ho made people very uncomfortable at the filming site by frequently making an annoyed face,” he said. “As someone who actually worked with him a lot, I don’t want to root for him.”
According to him, while filming the scene where he shares a meal with Lee Sang Yi at Kim Young OK’s house, Kim Seon Ho found something in the food. “I know that that’s something that could put him on a bad moon. But after that, the staff tried to refill the dish, but he so sternly said no, embarrassing everyone.”
He added, “He’s kind to the actors and always has a smile on his face. But whenever he’s not satisfied with his acting, he would blame the staff and make awkward situations.”