This study focused on influence of Internet comments to newspapers` sports reports on journalism. For this study, 10 journalists who worked in daily newspapers, sports newspapers and Internet newspapers had been participating in interviews for 4 months. As a result, firstly, comments have affected limitedly agenda setting, but Internet newspapers have been deeply influenced by comments. Secondly, comments have made journalists self-censorship when they write reports. they have been aware of critic comments of readers, and some of them have been afraid of severe criticism particularly about national sports heros. It means that independence of journalism have been destroying by comments. However, journalists who worked in the press have sticked to classical ways of journalism escaped reading a comments because they have recognized that comments prevent from writing reports without interruption. Lastly, journalism have been damaged their authority by comments. Comments become a information as good as journalism because Internet give readers a chance of approaching various information. In addition, Internet newspapers` excessive pursuit of their commercial goal affected decline in a reputation of journalism.