Reality of Sasaengs:
I’m afraid this kind of way can spread to other countries & i guess it might happen…we love our artist ….these crazy fan make us unlike or give up the artist we like(that’s my problem)~ blacklist us for example, have to seat at other places and not be part of the group. I myself am afraid of becoming like that….. it’s like we not good enough to like the idol or artist …..hope someone know what I’m saying.
khaisukor24 [quote has been edited]
I just can’t understand this >_> everyone knows that these fans (and i dont even think they should be called fans -_-) are behaving ILLEGALLY so why isnt anyone doing anything?! taxi drivers are enabling them ¬_¬ where are their parents, the police, or even the idols bodyguards? its just so unfair and heartbreaking ;_;
사생팬이 정말 미쳤어!
First of all, there are many who may not know the whole situation of what happened to Jay Park. You should start by reading this first.
When I began this, I was scared of what people might say about my opinion. But when you realise it, 2 years on and if someone talks about the two idols it’s obvious both fandoms will conflict. This isn’t about 2PM or Jay Park however, it’s more about people in the fandoms and importantly, people who are a Hottest and a Jwalkerz.
Recently, I stumbled upon a comment that interested me to write this post.
‘Kpop should open people up. Some people have matured in their liking for Korea beyond Kpop, Kpop was the key that opened the door if you will. Kpop has allowed me to meet amazing people and new opportunities but also think more objectively. I do not live in a fantasy world with idols and catchy pop (sometimes I do but I’m young and enjoying my youth). However sometimes I cannot tolerate superficial fans or deluded underaged girls, even the pure manufactured nature of kpop can sometimes irritate me. But I don’t hate an entire genre.
Besides, Korea’s economy is growing thanks to all these fangirls deluded or not xD good ol’ Korea ;D
source: Char, Founder of Koreancandy reflecting upon the Korean culture and language
It made me think about the obsession with K-Pop and crazy fans because unless you block out anything and everyone related to the genre, it’s very addictive. Some people take K-Pop too seriously, some do not. But from what I’ve noticed, it’s the fandom or the genre itself that seems to make others want to leave. However it’s got to the point where you feel like you’ve been listening to K-pop for so long that you don’t want to leave because admit it, it’s become an obsession or just a part of your life now.