With Single Inferno 2 is finally over and the contestants are free to share experiences, information, and the behind-the-scenes stories of the series have finally been revealed. The scene that attracted fans’ attention has been clarified and the relationship seems to be revealed.
In particular, besides the positive moments, one of the biggest controversies of the series arose after netizens criticized the contestants Jo Yoon Jae‘s behavior.
In one of the episodes, the guys play a game where they all have to wrestle each other, finishing each other off by throwing them out of a muddy pool.
Despite many attempts, Choi Jongwoo endured until the very end, when it was just him, Yoong Jae, and Kim Jinyoung. And finally, Yoon Jae said, “Let us work together,” hoping to end the game once and for all by defeating one person: Jong Woo.
As the show ended, contestants were more open to sharing their side of stories regarding scenes from the show. In particular, in a recent interview, he shared the reality of the scene.
As expected, Jong Woo understood how difficult a decision could be when it came to choosing someone to support, and everyone on the island had mixed thoughts and views on the topic. he explained, “I want to help everyone, but it’s impossible to make a choice that satisfies everyone.”
In particular, he shared that his lack of screen time and missed scenes would explain his decision perfectly, especially when it comes to his friendship with Shin SeulKi.
Yoong Jae revealed that many scenes were cut, showing how many times he and Seul Ki spoke while on the island, and he even added that they became very close. Thus, he tries to make decisions based on what he wants, but the rest comes down to destiny.
That’s why I know Seul Ki’s thoughts, and I think he likes Jin Young. So it’s true that I have a desire to connect Jin Young and Seul Ki. But other than that, it was a match.
— Jo Yoon Jae
Even though the scene lasts only a few minutes, the truth couldn’t be further from the truth as it lasts for more than 30 minutes, which would be physically and emotionally taxing.
After all this time, and the fact that Yoong Jae was the only one left with Jong Woo and Jin Young, he added, “Inevitably, there is a situation where I have to go in there in the middle.”
Also, because the match lasted longer than shown, it made Jong Woo’s actions seem even tougher and meaner. In reality, it wasn’t as strong as the contestants described, “I only attacked Jong-Woo at the last moment. I didn’t just attack Jong-Woo in the first place.”
The interview indicated that netizens should not make assumptions or judgments based on the short clips from the episode. While the scene makes Yoong Jae seem cruel and unfair to Jong Woo, in reality it is a way to end the game quickly and help his friend Seul Ki.
You can read more about the scene below.
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