China, which has been engaging in rude behavior and booing at the Asian Games, has criticized South Korea for its “love-hate” attitude.
China played unsportsmanlike football against South Korea in the men’s soccer quarterfinals of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on Jan. 1, committing rough fouls, but still lost 0-2 and packed their bags. It was a low point for Chinese soccer, which also engaged in unsportsmanlike conduct against Qatar in the Round of 16.
The Chinese crowd cheered for the Uzbeks and booed the Koreans at the same time during the men’s soccer quarterfinal match between South Korea and Uzbekistan on Thursday. At one point, MBC soccer commentator Lee Dong-hwan said, “China is a third party in this match, but isn’t it too much?” However, Hwang Sun-hong held on for a 2-1 victory and a spot in the final.
China has left a stain on the Asian Games with this unbecoming behavior of a host nation. However, the Chinese media criticized South Korea for its antagonistic attitude. 먹튀검증
On June 6, Chinese media outlet Sina Sports reported, “South Korea said it was rude for Chinese spectators to boo Korean athletes, but in the women’s badminton team event, the Korean badminton team mimicked the crying of China’s He Bingjiao. This became a hot topic on Chinese social media Weibo and caused outrage among Chinese netizens.”
The South Korean badminton team won its first gold medal of the tournament in the women’s team final on Jan. 1, with Ahn Se-young in first singles, Lee So-hee and Baek Hana in second doubles, and Kim Ga-eun in third singles defeating the Chinese players in straight sets to win 3-0. It was the first gold medal for South Korean badminton in 29 years, since the 1994 Hiroshima Asian Games.
After clinching the gold medal for South Korea, Kim Ga-eun appeared to be in tears after the match. Chinese media said she was mocking He Bingjiao’s tears. It is not easy to recognize a person’s intention based on the scene alone, and the Chinese media concluded that Kim was simply copying the Chinese athlete.
“The Chinese team should motivate themselves by remembering the names of those who mocked them. This should help them achieve better results in future competitions.” “Sports is a stage for friendship and competition. Let’s work together to keep this philosophy alive.”
It’s ridiculous that China, which should be the first to stop being rude and start trying, is calling for “friendship” and “effort”.