Super Junior's Leeteuk criticizes the reporting of his past?
On September 10th, several media outlets in Korea began reporting on the traumatizing past of Super Junior's Leeteuk based on a clip broadcasted on MBC’s "Good Day."
In the clip, Leeteuk revealed that he had issues within his family while growing up, as his parents would always fight with each other. He was also beaten while he was a child, and thus felt an immense amount of pressure growing up.
Today, Leeteuk tweeted, "Why would you bring up something said several months ago as if it was new? Our 6th album is breaking 500,000 in sales; we've debuted for 2,500 days; we're trending worldwide – there are so many good things. It's such a shame."
Netizens were quick to comment and concluded that Leeteuk is referring to the fact that reporters are only focusing on his sad past, which he revealed months ago through a documentary, rather than the recent success of Super Junior.
What do you think of the incident?
Source: @special1004 and Newsen