ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong Denies Cursing During Controversial Video Call Fan Signing Event
ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong Denies Cursing During Controversial Video Call Fan Signing Event

ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong has refuted allegations claiming that he used offensive language during a fan signing event conducted via video call. On February 2, an anonymous person shared a video on X (formerly Twitter) depicting a screen recording of a fan call with Kim Ji Woong. Towards the end of the call, a voice, purportedly that of Kim Ji-Woong, can be heard uttering curses in Korean.

ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong: The Controversy

The individual questioned the appropriateness of using offensive language when bidding farewell to a fan, seeking the opinion of ZEROSE (ZEROBASEONE’s fandom). Shortly after, a second video surfaced, apparently capturing the beginning of the call. The anonymous individual claimed that Kim Ji-Woong sighed and displayed a dismissive attitude towards fans, expressing frustration about the need for fans to be cautious during conversations despite their financial investment in the fan event.

In response, WAKEONE Entertainment issued a statement the following day, asserting, “After consulting with [Kim Ji Woong] directly, the allegation is found to be untrue. We have also verified this with the on-site employee and translator.” The agency pledged to thoroughly investigate the matter for objective accuracy, utilizing various methods, including digital media forensics, to ascertain the truth and protect their artist.

ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong Denies Cursing During Controversial Video Call Fan Signing Event
ZEROBASEONE’s Kim Ji-Woong Denies Cursing During Controversial Video Call Fan Signing Event

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