‘I-LAND’ Is Criticized for Their Inattentive Behaviors After a Staff and Applicant Fall Off Stage

Credit: Mnet

Regarding the falling accident while filming CJ ENM & Big Hit Entertainment’s joint program I-LAND, the production team replied, “We have taken all measures to ensure the safety.”

An official from Mnet told SPOTVNEWS, “There were falling accidents while filming for ‘I-LAND.’ Since then, we have taken many measures to ensure the safety, including reinforcing the set and adding safety personnel.”

Recently, one of the applicants suffered a fracture due to the falling accident while filming I-LAND, and one of the staff members was also injured. The show, originally scheduled to feature 24 applicants, will continue with 23 applicants.

Mnet said, “We have continued to support the recovery of the applicant since the accident. We are discussing with his agency how to compensate after the recovery. As for the staff member, he suffered minor injuries and already underwent all the necessary treatments.”

I-LAND is an audition program where CJ ENM and BTS’s agency Big Hit Entertainment have collaborated, drawing much attention. It will present the birth of next-generation global artists. ZICO and Rain will participate as producers along with Bang Si Hyuk.

The first episode will air at 11:00 p.m. on June 26.

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