‘Super Family 2017’ Production Team Denies Putting Jessica & Krystal’s Names On Funeral Home Scene Intentionally
“Super Family 2017” is under fire after netizens noticed some intriguing encounters on the show. On the April 24 episode of the SBS drama, Jessica and Krystal’s Korean name were found at the funeral home as the names of the deceased.
According to Soompi, Jessica and Krystal’s Korean names, Jung Soo Yeon and Jung Soo Jung, appeared on the list of the deceased at a funeral home where the scene took place. Viewers that noticed the names quickly questioned the real purpose of having the K-Pop siblings name on the dreadful set. Some of them even took it to an extreme degree by saying that the “Super Family 2017” intentionally put the names on set as a form of attack to Jessica and Krystal.
Netizens are pretty sure that it wasn’t a coincidence. Either the production team or someone working at the funeral home has put them on purpose, Allkpop reported. “Super Family 2017” production team quickly responded to the allegations, stating that it doesn’t even make sense in the first place for them to put Jessica and Krystal’s names on the set. The production team also didn’t realize that netizens would react in such a way. Regardless, they still find the need to apologize for the blunder that has created a big fuss in multiple online forums.
Meanwhile, Jessica and Krystal never give a statement about the recent controversy. Their fans are hoping that they would never hear this news to save them from heartbreak.
Prior to the funeral home controversy, Jessica was reported to be selling her ultra-expensive coat in a flea market for 30,000 KRW only. The multitalented singer who just celebrate her 29th birthday on April 8 also made to the list of Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia for her huge success in multiple. Her new single “Because It’s Spring” has done pretty well in local music charts after it was released on her birthday.