Park Myung-soo suffered racial discrimination
Park Myung-soo suffered racial discrimination
Park Myung-soo recently recalled a time when he experienced racial discrimination.

In the 'Search N Chart' corner of KBS Cool FM's 'Park Myung-soo's Radio Show' (hereinafter referred to as 'Radio Show') broadcast on the 21st, Park Myung-soo mentioned the fact that he suffered racial discrimination while traveling to India with Lucky on MBC's 'The Great Guide'. did.

In the broadcast at the time, Park Myung-soo, who was shopping at Bapu Market, wore shoes recommended by a clerk at a traditional clothing store. At this time, the clerk said to Park Myung-soo, “Korea Chingchaengchong.” This was a disparaging remark against Asians. Lucky, who heard this, said, “At least don’t swear. “Please be polite,” he protested, and Park Myung-soo was confused as he could not understand the racist remarks.
Park Myung-soo suffered racial discrimination
Park Myung-soo suffered racial discrimination
Park Myung-soo said, "I didn't recognize it at the time and didn't know what it meant. If I had known, I would have grabbed him by the collar," and added, "That doesn't solve the problem." Park Myung-soo then recalled, "In the past, when I went abroad to film 'Infinite Challenge,' I faced racial discrimination. He acted like my eyes were tearing up. But I didn't know much about it at the time."

At the same time, he was angry and said, "Why do people ignore people and races ignore races? Aren't all humans equal before God? I don't understand why they do that."

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter youyou@tenasia.co.kr translated by google