The French paper mentions several moral standards held by Korean celebrities

Article: Release of French documents on the death of Lee Sun Gyun is a symbolic logo “Korean society needs a high demand for morality”

Source: X Sports News via Nate

[240, -27] The French are used to cheating on their partners and acting like dogs at their weddings, so it's no wonder they think we're surprised by an actor dating a salon madam. “high morals” in their ranks.

[+112, -10] Isn't their own president a fraud? It's funny to see a country that has such a low standard for morality try to pretend it's above us.

[+54, -3] What does a culture where cheating is common know about morality?

[+49, -2] Someone in France said that Dong Gun and Byung Hun are both alive and well

[+37, -5] It's not just Korea, all of Asia has a higher moral standard. If you are someone who was born in Korea and you want to establish a career as a celebrity here, then it is natural that you should be expected to obey the standards of our society.

[+8, -1] What do you expect from a country that often cheats on their spouses ㅋㅋㅋ

[+5, -1] I mean, what makes it so bad to expect moral behavior from celebrities who choose to make their money from selling their lives and gaining popularity from the public? Why only “get along” when they do something wrong? Why does everyone act like Lee Sun Gyun is a victim of a crime?

[+5, -1] Just because Europeans don't think it's a big deal doesn't mean we have to agree…ㅡ.ㅡ

[+4, -0] If celebrities don't want the public to hold them to moral standards, then they should look for a better paying job.

[+3, -0] It is understandable that the Korean society seems confused in a culture where drugs and affairs are common

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