“Single’s Inferno” Contestant Jo Yoong Jae Finally Explains The True Intention Behind His Controversial Behavior Against Choi Jong Woo

Now that “Single’s Inferno 2” is over and the contestants are free to talk about their experiences, information and stories from behind the scenes are finally coming out. Scenes that fans were interested in have been explained, and relationships seem to have been made clear.

Aside from the good parts, one of the most controversial things about this show was when netizens criticized the behavior of one of the contestants, Jo Yoong Jae.

In one episode, the men played a game in which they had to wrestle each other and throw each other out of the game.

Choi Jong Woo stayed strong until the end, when only he, Jo Yoong Jae, and Kim Jin Young were left. And finally, Jo Yoong Jae says, “Let’s work together.” He wants to end the game for good by getting rid of Choi Jong Woo .

As the show has come to an end, the contestants have been more willing to talk about scenes from the show from their point of view. In a recent interview, he talked about how the scene really was.

As expected, Choi Jong Woo understood how hard it was to decide who to back, since everyone on the island had different ideas and thoughts on the subject. He said, “I wanted to help everyone, but I couldn’t make a decision that would make everyone happy.

In particular, he said that the fact that he didn’t get enough screen time and that some scenes were cut would have made his decision clear, especially when it came to his friendship with Shin Seul Ki.

Jo Yoong Jae said that many scenes were cut that would have shown how often he and Shin Seul Ki talked while they were on the island.

He also said that they got very close. So, he tried to make a choice based on what she wanted, but the rest just happened.

Jo Yoong Jae said, “So I knew what Shin Seul Ki thought, and I thought she liked Choi Jin Young. So it’s true that I wanted Choi Jin Young and Shin Seul Ki to meet. But other than that, it was time to go to the game “.

Even though it seemed like the scene only lasted a few minutes, it went on for more than 30 minutes, which would have been physically and emotionally draining.

Jo Yoong Jae was the only one left with Choi Jong Woo and Choi Jin Young, so he said, “Eventually, a situation came up where I had to step in there in the middle.”

Also, because the match went on much longer than what was shown, Choi Jong Woo‘s actions seemed harsher and more violent.

In reality, it wasn’t as intense as the contestant said: “I only attacked Jong Woo at the last second. I didn’t just start fighting with Jong Woo right away.

The interview shows that netizens shouldn’t make assumptions or judgments based on a short clip from an episode.

Even though the scene made Jo Yoong Jae look mean and unfair to Choi Jong Woo, it was really just a way to end the game quickly and help his friend Shin Seul Ki.



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