Jinny’s Kitchen viewers are defending actress Jung Yu Mi after she suffered backlash online

Jinny’s Kitchen viewers are defending actress Jung Yu Mi after she suffered backlash online

After the first episodes of Jinny’s kitchen (Also known as by Seojin), actress Young Yumi received unwarranted reactions from some Korean viewers via online communities such as Nate Pan.

“Jinny’s Kitchen” | NTV

Malicious comments ambushed the actress for her “lack of cooking skills” in the episodes.

Actress Jung Yu Mi struggles with her gimbap controls. | NTV

Some of the top-voted comments blamed Jung Yu Mi for not doing that gimbal drive faster and slower serve for the whole crew. One comment accused him of doing the whole show. “frustrating” see.

A screenshot of Nate Pann’s now-deleted post. | theqoo about Nate Pann

[TBH, Isn’t Jinny’s Kitchen A Bit Frustrating?]March 11, 2023

I think members make mistakes because none of them have done this kind of work before. But… seeing them mess up all the time frustrates me. Not that the place gets many orders.

– Nate Pann Post

A screenshot of Nate Pann’s best comments has now been deleted. | theqoo about Nate Pann

  • “YES. It shows how easy it is for celebrities to make money. Ordinary people could never… Ha ha. US DOLLARS). But these celebs make a lot per episode. I mean, I’m jealous. Of course. But it occurs to me hard to identify with shows like this, so i don’t find them entertaining.
  • “I thought it was funny that the members decided to take a 60-90 minute break after a two hour shift. If this had been his actual workplace and his own business, this would not have been possible. However, they told me not to take the show too seriously.”
  • “TBH, I find Jung Yu Mi so frustrating. She did a single role gimbal when the command says two rolls. He had customers waiting for their orders so he should have focused on getting the pending orders out. Did he try to do tricks instead? And then he burst one of the scrolls. She said she wanted to use her brain, but how did she use her brainpower to do it? He didn’t even know how to slip the food into the order he received.”
  • “It’s always the same programs, all the same people. I stopped watching because there is nothing new. Effortless.”
  • “I think Seo Joon’s man is the most efficient in the kitchen. And I don’t know if the others act like they suck at work or something… But I found it very frustrating to watch, especially Jung Yu Mi. Why is it taking you so long to do the damn thing? gimbal Roll? It’s also not like she prepares the ingredients. The other guys do it for her. I wish someone faster and smarter would replace them. It also has slow AF. I love when I see Seo Joon and the others teamwork, but I get really irritated when she walks in. I’d rather the program find or mold a better person so the program can focus on capturing more customer interactions.”
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While the original post was trending for a while, other Korean viewers quickly flocked to the internet to defend the actress. Highlighting how Jung Yu Mi was able to transform her gimbal Parking after the first accident…

…Viewers sided with the actress and dismissed unnecessary criticism of her.

And elqoo The post even describes how Jung Yu Mi stepped up her game in the episodes, explaining that she “Mistakes once in three episodes.

Folks… It’s a TV show. Remember that these sequences are edited in several parts. And the restaurant is open for THREE DAYS. I understand that we have our preferences when it comes to what we find entertaining or not. But I don’t think it’s fair to her for people to say, “She’s wrong all the time” because of a hate message. To be clear, Jung Yu Mi got her shit back and put a game on her after making the mistake once. In the last episode, too, he placed all orders without errors.

— User at theqoo

Spectators also called them “enemies” for taking such a negative stance on an entertainment show.

| elqoo

  • “There’s nothing more to say, huh?” No wonder people criticize this stuff. yes a teacher gimbal Cook is what you are looking for, watch a cooking channel. This is a TV show. What else would you like?”
  • “It’s not like this show follows you and forces you to watch. Stop looking if you don’t like it. And I don’t know if you’re trying to belittle restaurant workers or celebrities… But nothing ever comes easy. Nobody is perfect the first time. The customers didn’t have any problems either. LMAO. The real problem is people like you who can’t see a TV show as a TV show.”
  • I can’t believe this post exists. How are people supposed to watch Jinny’s Kitchen like it’s a food documentary?
  • “Cut it for God’s sake.”
  • “Even her gimbal the buns are beautiful. Can we focus on that instead? Relax.”
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| elqoo

  • “But why do you have to push? Some people are so embarrassed for no reason. It’s a fucking TV show… Stop worrying. just look Or not. What’s the point of getting upset when the series is filming and there’s nothing to do?
  • “What’s the matter again…?”
  • “Remember… Jung Yu Mi is an actress. she is not gimbal Vendor in local Korean restaurant. LMAO”.
  • “It reminds me of the time when people were in a hurry because Youn Yeo Jung was cooking with gloves. Can we stop taking a TV show so seriously? And if you don’t like it, don’t watch it. I find ‘Jinny’s Kitchen’ super entertaining. I love watching reruns while I eat.
  • “However, it looks like a forced response. Stop bothering Jung Yu Mi.
  • “Yes, sometimes these programs can be frustrating. But it’s all part of watching TV shows. Isn’t that part of the fun? Ha ha. I also like to watch it while eating.
  • “And I was thinking here how hard it must be to do that gimbal because you use raw vegetables. I think it’s fun and entertaining to watch the actors fight. Isn’t that what makes these episodes funny? The unexpected pieces? It should be ENTERTAINMENT. Stop treating it like a kitchen or something. I doubt the trolls ever played dice gimbal in their lifetime, ever.”
  • “You know… Koreans can be so exhausting.”

Nate Pann’s post has since been deleted, but discussion about the post’s perspective remains heated online.

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