I think its happen everyday and everyone will forget it soon.
Please find their replies as belows
Lee added: "It was a personal video, which we all thought was funny and decided to upload on social media for everyone to see."
When asked why he had used bad language, Lee said: "We used that kind of language as we know Hong Kongers speak that way too. It's also to capture people's attention."
It certainly caught the attention of netizens, who felt their actions were inappropriate for public figures in the entertainment industry.
One said he was disappointed with their behaviour, and another called them "Singaporean trash who do not understand the meaning of mutual respect".
But Lee was unrepentant and refused to apologise.
He said: "When I cursed, it was quite mild, not something extreme. I just thought that people would focus on Dennis instead.
"I don't regret saying what I said as all of us felt very sad after eating the food. It's an international airport, which represents the food of Hong Kong. How could it be so bad?"
Like Lee, Chin was also not sorry.
He told TNP: "We were quite surprised it went viral, but the food at the airport really tasted horrible. It was not worth our money.
"We were just stating the facts as we really thought that Hong Kong's airport was not like this. I feel that the food at Changi Airport is way better.
"I suggest that reporters in Hong Kong head down to the airport to try out the food themselves, and see how bad it is."