As the Hangzhou Asian Games are about to open on the 23rd, a video of Ke Jie (26), a Chinese Go player well known in Korea for fighting AlphaGo, complaining that he “feels like I’m going to throw up” while eating in the athletes’ village was suddenly deleted from social media. Recently, only videos praising people saying, “I had a really delicious meal” are being uploaded.
According to NTD TV, a Chinese-language media outlet based in New York, USA, on the 16th (local time), on the 11th, Ke Jie posted a video of himself eating at his athletes’ village while preparing to participate in the Asian Games on his social media.
He said in the video that the fish had a lot of thorns, the pork had a lot of hair, and some of the food was frozen and cost 3 yuan (about 500 won). In particular, Ke Jie, who was eating lamb, said the smell was so bad, “I felt like I was going to throw up. “I think I would have morning sickness if I ate this and got in the car.” Ke Jie, who frowned, filled his stomach with only white rice seasoned with soy sauce.토토사이트
Ke Jie is an influencer with 360,000 followers and a video with 1.43 million likes. The video he posted quickly spread on social media. However, Ke Jie’s video was suddenly deleted online. NTD TV reported that all Chinese media articles covering the content of his video were also deleted.
Ke Jie later posted a new video on social media saying, ‘Here’s the Asian Games meal you want.’ The atmosphere of the video completely changed. Ke Jie filled a bowl with a variety of food, from shrimp to various meats and fresh vegetables, and even showed off how delicious it was. This video received 107,000 likes.
Three days ago, Ke Jie posted another video titled ‘Asian Games Preparation Diary’. In this video, he continued his praise for his athletes’ village meal. After bringing various foods, we ate, showed the empty plate, and then said, “See? “We had a really delicious meal,” he said. “Actually, what we are eating now is not the meal provided at the official Asian Games athletes’ village.” He said, “It is said that more expensive and diverse types of food will be provided in the Asian Games athletes’ village. “And you can also taste the most authentic Hangzhou food,” he said. “The really good days are yet to come.” These words, spoken by Ke Jie, were provided with English subtitles as well as Chinese subtitles.
The menu at the athletes’ village restaurant at the Beijing Olympics held in February last year was evaluated as the worst in history. Athletes said most diets were too oily and of poor quality. The Korean athletes ate Korean lunch boxes provided by the Korea Sports Council, but athletes from other countries expressed their dissatisfaction by posting photos of the athletes’ village’s poor diet on social media.
Suspicion is being raised that the Chinese government, conscious of this, deleted Ke Jie’s video and ordered him to upload a new video.