“Single’s Inferno” Lee Nadine Spills on the Amount of “Evil Editing” on the Show and How It Affects Her Image

Single’s Inferno, like all reality shows, edits the footage they get in a certain way to move the story along and make people more interested. Still, this can cause people to miss important moments that they think are “not necessary.”

In a recent interview, fan favorite Lee Nadine talked about what really happened on the show and how the editing changed how she was shown.

Lee Nadine was a fan favorite on the show, and even though she didn’t find love, she won the hearts of viewers.

In a recent interview with ELLE Singapore, Lee Nadine talked about how the show was edited and how that changed how she was portrayed.

In particular, Lee Nadine said that, after watching the shows, she realized that a lot of her conversations with the other contestants had been cut “to move certain plotlines along.”

Along with setting the record straight about her relationship with Kim Jin Young, she said that her relationships with other male contestants weren’t shown as well as they should have been.

During her date with Dong Woo, in particular, it seemed very serious because they talked about their careers.

Still, it looks like the truth couldn’t have been more different. Lee Nadine said that the date was actually a lot of fun, even though they talked about some serious things.

Lee Nadine said, “The reality of our date was very different from what was shown on TV. In general, it was fun and funny, and I had a great time. During the whole date, we talked about both serious and funny things “.

Along with finding love, the contestants all made close friends, and Lee Nadine‘s friendship with Choi Jong Woo was one that wasn’t shown enough.

In the interview, Lee Nadine talked about how close she is with Jong Woo and said that she became close to him because she admired and was jealous of him.

Also, Lee Nadine said, “The main reason I was friends with Jong Woo was because I admired how honest and committed he was. I was a little envious of him because I wanted to do what he did. Because of this and the many times we talked about it, I became his supporter and wing woman.”

But Lee Nadine is not the first person to say that the show was edited in a way that made netizens miss important parts.

In an interview, Jo Yoong Jae said that the wrestling game scene went on for longer than 30 minutes and that the audience missed a lot of the action because of this.

The contestant said that he didn’t know why he had made the controversial choice to work with Kim Jin Young against Choi Jong Woo.

In reality, he was close to Shin Seul Ki and wanted to help her by giving Jin Young the chance to take her to “Paradise.”

Given how long the contestants were on the island, it’s not surprising that a lot of things were missed. Still, Single’s Inferno seems to have left out some important parts that would have shown Lee Nadine‘s real life.



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