‘Produce 101’ Season 2: Netizens Bash Trainee Kwon Hyun Bin Saying He Doesn’t Deserve Winning The Votes
“Produce 101” Season 2 is once again under fire for its controversial scoring system. This time the unfair system involving trainee Kwon Hyun Bin has resulted in heated arguments among online communities.
YGKPLUS trainee, Kwon Hyun Bin feels the need to delete all his photos on Instagram after receiving backlash from netizens following his performance on “Produce 101” Season 2. Many viewers think that Kwon Hyun Bin didn’t deserve to win the most votes because he didn’t show any sincere intention to improve his ability during the training process, Allkpop reported.
Kwon Hyun Bin’s attitude has fueled viewers’ anger. The disappointed viewers took it to Kwon Hyun Bin’s Instagram to express their feelings. Knowing his account has been flooded with hate comments, Kwon Hyun Bin swiftly deleted all his pictures.
According to Soompi, on the episode that aired on April 28, Kwon Hyun Bin was seen rehearsing Super Junior’s “Sorry Sorry” with a bunch of other trainees for the group battle competition. The choreographer said that Kwon Hyun Bin seemed like he didn’t take the practice seriously and was still a lack of preparation. Pledis trainee, Kim Jong Hyun came to his defense saying he was the one responsible for the issue because he thinks he didn’t do his job as a leader properly.
Trainer’s complaint didn’t make Kwon Hyun Bin change his attitude. Even after the incident happened, he often disappeared during rehearsals, saying he needs a lot of sleep to recover his energy. Yet, surprisingly, Kwon Hyun Bin turned out to be the contestant with the biggest votes in his group. Even though he didn’t show a lot of efforts during the rehearsals, he still thinks he deserves to win the votes.
As of now, netizens are still talking about Kwon Hyun Bin. They said people who still vote for Kwon Hyun Bin after the last episode deserve an award for their persistence. On the bright side, Pledis Entertainment trainee, Kim Jong Hyun earns two new nicknames for his leadership ability in handling Kwon Hyun Bin: Nation’s Leader and Bodhisattva.