Commentator Kim Tae-hyung Controversy over profanity… Park Sang-won “The person who is like a father” Direct evolution
When SBS Sports commentator Kim Tae-hyeong’s abusive language controversy spread, the person concerned, Park Sang-won of the Hanwha Eagles, started to evolve himself.스포츠토토
The scene in question came from the match between Hanwha and KIA Tigers held at Gwangju-KIA Champions Field on the 6th. In the bottom of the 9th inning, where the Hanwha Eagles were leading 4-3, Na Seong-beom hit Park Sang-won’s first pitch and brought in second base runner Park Chan-ho to tie the game 4-4. The match then went into overtime.
And right before the 10th episode extended after the advertisement, caster Jung Woo-young commented, “It’s been 10 episodes. God, from the beginning,” he spat out abusive language. He did not say the subject, but he was referring to the pitching of Park Sang-won, who was ahead of the situation.
After commentator Kim Tae-hyung’s comment, caster Jung Woo-young said, “I ask for your understanding. The conversation we had when we had a brief private conversation has entered,” and Commissioner Kim said, “It’s still a bit awkward to look at the monitor. I hope for your understanding.” He apologized, saying, “I’m sorry,” but he couldn’t avoid fans’ criticism because the swear words were relayed intact.
Park Sang-won, who took the mound with one out and bases loaded at the end of the 8th inning, when the team was ahead by one point, prevented the crisis by turning Lee Woo-sung and Han Jun-su into looking strikeouts, but by the end of the 9th, he recorded a blown save with 1 run in 1⅔ innings. From the bottom of the 10th inning, Lee Tae-yang took over the mound, and the game went into overtime until the 12th inning, but it ended in a 4-4 tie.
After this scene became controversial, Park Sang-won, who was in contact with commentator Kim Tae-hyung, said, “I, the person in question, am fine. Really. Kim Tae-hyung, commentator, is like a father. I have been close since I was a child because my father and I are seniors and juniors in elementary and middle school.” He said, “This would not have happened if I hadn’t given the score.”