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The SBS drama “Six Flying Dragons,” reveals official statement regarding a controversial child rape scene on its latest episode.
On the recent airing of the fourth episode of the drama, many viewers are wondering whether the said child rape scene was really necessary.
In response to the controversy, a representative from the production team of “Six Flying Dragons” defended the decision to keep the child rape scene by saying, “The scene of young Yeon Hee (played by Jeong Yu Mi) being raped is really essential in portraying the psychological awakening of Ddang Sae (played by Byun Yo Han).”
The representative also adds, “Ddang Sae goes through a struggle in having to stand in there but is unable to help Yeon Hee during the rape scene. He even contemplates on doing suicide over the guilt that he feels. Child actor Yoon Chan Young had his struggles on working on the scene, however, he was able to pull through it with the help of the staff members.”
Despite Ddang Sae’s suicide attempt, Master Jang Sam Bon rescues him, leading Ddang Sae to become Lee Bang Ji, who then becomes the bodyguard to political adviser Jeong Do Jun.
Meanwhile, the historical and political drama “Six Flying Dragons”stars, Yoo Ah-in, Byun Yo Han, Kim Kyung Min, Yoon Kyun Sang, Shin Se Kyung, and Chun Ho Jin. It airs during Mondays and Tuesdays at 11 p.m KST.
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