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A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji Apologizes for Unsafe Actions on the Road

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2013.01.28 11:11 Mwave Stewart Ho

Jung Eun Ji and her agency are seeking forgiveness after Jung Eun Ji’s actions sparked a minor uproar online.

On January 17, Jung Eun Ji updated her personal me2day with pictures and the caption, “I wanted to eat my tangerines but they were warm from being on top of the engine. So I let them get some fresh air outside.”

In the pictures, Jung Eun Ji’s plastic bag of tangerines were seen hanging outside the moving vehicle as it dangled from her closed windows.

A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji Apologizes for Unsafe Actions on the Road

Within hours, the pictures began spreading online and earned criticism, as many began pointing out, that had the bag ripped, it could have caused unsafe driving conditions for others.

The critics also added that the action was a clear violation of Korea’s traffic laws, which states that a driver must ensure any items inside his or her vehicle do not fall out onto the road while driving.

As the criticism and controversy began to swell, Jung Eun Ji’s agency stepped forward to publicly apologize over the incident saying, “Jung Eun Ji’s actions were clearly wrong. We are truly sorry. We will ensure such a thing does not happen again.”

Photo Credit: Jung Eun Ji’s me2day

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