Daesung & Se7en were sitting together and both had notebooks w/ a message written on them: Dae promoting his hall tour (cuz YB promoted his tour
when he went to his concert) and Se7en with “Show us something!” cuz YB did that to Dae on his tour too VIPs started chanting “show us!”
Then YB said: “Well, the specialist in showing something is Daesung” & then made us chant “Show us!” to Dae. Daesung started pointing at Se7en to make him show something and avoid showing something himself Se7en hit him playfully.
Then YB said: “Ok, then show us both together” and VIPs started chanting “Both together! Both together!” but Dae and Se7en just kept hiding behind their respective notebooks so YB said: “Ok then let's sing together” and BANG BANG BANG started. During the song the camera showed Dae & Se7en waving their lightsticks to the rhythm
Only in a world this shitty could you even try to say these were innocent people and keep a straight face. But that’s the point. We see a deadly sin on every street corner, in every home, and we tolerate it. We tolerate it because it’s common, it’s trivial. We tolerate it morning, noon, and night. Well, not anymore. I’m setting the example. What I’ve done is going to be puzzled over and studied and followed… forever.
In the climactic scene of Se7en, villain John Doe (Kevin Spacey) delivers a box to rookie detective David Mills (Brad Pitt) that contains the decapitated head of his wife Tracy (Gwyneth Paltrow) in order to bait Mills into killing him, thus completing his murderous, biblically themed performance piece.
When Pitt read the script, he fell in love with it, but he knew that the producers were going to have major reservations – specifically, with Paltrow’s brutal off-screen death, and Spacey’s villain “winning” in the end. As a condition of agreeing to do the movie, Pitt made the producers promise that the ending would be filmed as written, and that they wouldn’t cop out at the last minute by having Mills arrest Doe, or Paltrow pop out of a cake and yell “psych!” at the end.
But after the first press screenings, producers responded exactly the way that Pitt feared: They went into panic mode and tried to figure out how to reshoot the ending without the Paltrow jack-in-the-box. The alternative ending – the one they seriously almost went with – was that Doe decapitates Mills’ dog instead.