According to Focus Taiwan, the 16-year-old was smiling and laughing cheerfully as she and the other girls conversed with the singer-songwriter, in contrast to her previous sombre mood as she apologised online for supposedly hurting the Chinese people by waving the Taiwan flag.
Taiwanese singer Chou Tzuyu has apparently recovered from the controversy surrounding her alleged pro-Taiwan Independence gesture as she appeared on the South Korean music show, “Yu Hui-yeol’s Sketchbook”, with members of her idol group, TWICE.
Yu himself commented that he was delighted to see them all smiling and looking cheerful despite the previous issue.
“Being cheerful is truly a charm. Initially, I was worried because you guys are going through a tough time right now. But I am happy that you guys did not forget how to smile. It is hard, but I hope that you will win over this time,” he said.
On the other hand, Taiwanese singer Huang An, the person who was responsible for the whole hoopla, recently announced that he will be holding a news conference in Taiwan on 3 February to tell his side of the story.
He previously defended his statement on Weibo, saying that the pro-independence media has distorted his previous post about Tzuyu in order to spark hatred. However, Tzuyu’s fans quickly retaliated by reposting his now-deleted first post about Tzuyu to show that no distortion has been made.
(Photo source: koreaboo.com)