‘Retinitis pigmentosa’ Lee Dong-woo “‘Isn’t it on TV?’ Question, I’m really angry” Toro [Oh!sen point]


[OSEN=Reporter Yoo Soo-yeon] Broadcaster Lee Dong-woo, who lost his eyesight due to retinitis pigmentosa, opened up about an unpleasant experience caused by rude questions.

On the 19th, a video titled “Why isn’t it on TV?” was posted on the YouTube channel “Udon Sali,” run by Kim Kyung-sik and Lee Dong-woo.

On this day, while reading Jeon Yoo-seong’s book ‘Like a Newcomer to Earth’, the topic of ‘rude language’ came up. In particular, in response to the question, “Why aren’t you on TV these days?” Lee Dong-woo said, “That’s really rude.” “It’s a very uncomfortable thing to say,” he replied.

He continued, “It’s a little different each time, but there was a time in the past where I heard that phrase a lot. I also made excuses. ‘I’m doing something different these days,’ What else can I do? I was just at home. He also said, ‘If you look carefully, you will find it.’ “It was something I said to avoid a small, uncomfortable crisis of my own,” he recalled.

Lee Dong-woo also said, “Sometimes I said things mixed with emotion. If I’m really uncomfortable and in a bad mood, the words won’t come out nicely. ‘Watch all TV programs 24 hours a day?’ “If I listen to it 100 times or 1,000 times, I get really angry,” he confessed.

He said, “I regret it immensely. I don’t do that now, but I’m embarrassed. If he were to face me again, he added, “I want to say, ‘I was really sorry back then.’”


[Photo] YouTube ‘Udon Sali’

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