Ok-drama heartthrob Park Seo Joon (박서준) has gotten himself in a sticky scenario over his assertion from an outdated interview.
Recently, the favored celeb’s remarks in his previous interview again in 2014 turned a sizzling matter of dialogue amongst netizens on-line. At the time, he was requested to explain his ideally suited sort of lady.
As acknowledged by Park Seo Joon, he won’t ever change his ideas that she (future partner) ought to give up her job to deal with her household. “I grew up in a household like that, so I additionally assume my youngsters needs to be raised by their mother. I heard an individual’s childhood eternally shapes his or her perspective on life,” the 32-year-old was quoted as saying.
He added, “It appears an sad childhood results in a problematic grownup life. Either they gained’t have good social expertise, or they might find yourself being a felon to be excessive. I will likely be their good fatherly determine, however the youngsters want their mom. It might be fallacious however to me, that is a solution now.”
Many followers have been totally dismayed by the feedback made by the “Midnight Runners” actor within the aforesaid interview. In response, lots of them took to the web group to go away detrimental remarks in direction of him. Here are some ideas shared by them:
- “Well, what an outdated, patriarchal perception.”
- “LOL, I’ll by no means have a look at him the identical manner once more SMH.”
- “How does a toddler having a working mom routinely result in having an unloved childhood? That’s a giant leap.”
- “I’m fairly positive not all his followers have had a loving childhood. He ought to have been extra considerate together with his phrases.”
- “I perceive he desires somebody to be a stay-at-home mother however saying somebody might find yourself being a felon? He crossed the road there.”
- “He appears to not understand how his phrases would harm many individuals. I see what his views are like.”
Do you share Park Seo Joon’s previous view about his ideally suited sort of spouse? We actually hope not.
Source: Nate Pann through AllKpop.