'Single's Inferno' Season 2: Kim Jin-young condescends to Lee So-e, calls her exact 'opposite of sharp'

'Single's Inferno' Season 2: Kim Jin-young condescends to Lee So-e, calls her exact 'opposite of sharp'
'Single's Inferno' Season 2 stars Kim Jin-young and Lee So-e (Netflix)

SASEUNGBONG-DO, SOUTH KOREA: 'Single's Inferno' Season 2 star Kim Jin-young is gaining fame with each passing day. As soon as he entered the show, it seemed as if all the girls suddenly started going after him. Despite his popularity, Jin-young is coming off as rude on screen.

In the recently released episodes of 'Single's Inferno' Season 2, we saw Jin-young's reaction after Kim Se-jun chose Lee So-e for his paradise date. Even though everyone was shocked seeing the new entrant Se-jun choose So-e, Jin-young's reaction was way too harsh. He exclaimed, "That was really unexpected." Jin-young further went on to indirectly slam So-e's appearance too. Keep reading to know all.

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'Single's Inferno' Season 2 stars Kim Se-jun choosing Lee So-e for paradise date(Netflix)
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Jin-young laughed as he sat in between the boys and passed a comment on Se-jun's decision. Jin-young talked about Se-jun's "type," saying, "He said his type is someone who looks sharp." The ex-army man further added, "He just chose the complete opposite." Jin-young therefore clearly hinted that So-e does not have sharp features, compared to other girls. For him to openly make a remark like that shows just how condescending he can be.

This is not the first time that Jin-young has made someone look small in front of him. Previously, we have seen him being so 'straightforward' that it sounds like he is being rude. Recently, when Jin-young went on a date with Lim Min-su, he clarified that he is not attracted to her. After having a few drinks together, Jin-young opened up and confessed to Min-su that he did not feel any romantic connection between them because they did not have any 'friction' or 'discomfort' which he believes is needed to spark chemistry. Clearly, he believes in the 'opposites attract' formula. Jin-young told Min-su that they were too comfortable with each other. They could be good friends but nothing more than that. Even though it was good that Jin-young cleared the air, Min-su seemed to have been offended by Jin-young's statement.

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Jin-young has often given straightforward replies to many contestants. Sometimes people find that attractive but, more often than not, this type of 'honesty' hurts people's feelings. It is to be seen if Jin-young will ever confess his love to anyone on the show or if he will just bounce from girl to girl. 

'Single's Inferno' Season 2 is available to stream on Netflix.

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