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[Video] Clip of Park Myung Soo Cursing Up a Storm on ‘Infinity Challenge’ Brings Show Into Emergency Meeting

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2012.10.11 17:23 Mwave Stewart Ho

Park Myung Soo may be known for his no-holds barred, straight-talk, but it seems his mouth may be bringing him and MBC’s Infinity Challenge under fire.

Recently on an online community board, a user posted a scene from the recent G-Dragon appearance special on MBC’s Infinity Challenge under the title, “unedited ‘Infinity Challenge’ scene.’

In the episode, which aired on October 6, the Infinity Challenge cast and G-Dragon role-played as a company with the team tasked with creating a unique underwear design.

In the scene, Park Myung Soo is seen explaining his idea for his underwear. However, at Jung Joon Ha’s criticism, Park Myung Soo (albeit jokingly) lets out a barrage of choice words which any Korean mother would rush to cover their child′s ears from.

The amateur video was shot of a video playing on a computer, which indicated the scene had been leaked internally from the show’s production and the leakage immediately brought about a divided opinion with some arguing that Park Myung Soo was clearly uttering the words as a joke, while other argued it was simply too much for a family-oriented show.

[Video] Clip of Park Myung Soo Cursing Up a Storm on ‘Infinity Challenge’ Brings Show Into Emergency Meeting

Immediately upon hitting the internet, Infinity Challenge’s production went into PR damage control as a source from the show revealed the show’s producers were taking the incident very seriously and had already come together for an emergency meeting to try and determine who leaked the clip and how to proceed from there.

The scene can be viewed below:

What is your take on this incident?

Photo Credit: Online Community

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