Sasaeng fans have struck once again.

This time, it involves 2PM’s member Junho, who apparently, has been plagued by sasaeng fans who followed him and his family around. He has kept quiet about the matter but finally decided to speak up as the problem did not seem to cease.

Source: HYPNOTICASIA
Source: HYPNOTICASIA

His rant happened yesterday (Sunday, 7th August) night, when he expressed his dissatisfaction in a series of tweets on Twitter.

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He wrote:

To those few of you, please stop following me home. Not only I, but also the people around me are having a hard time. If this continues, I will have to leave this home. Do you enjoy seeing me in pain and having a hard time? I try not to write this kind of post usually, but I’m finding this so tiring. I beg of you. Please!

Throughout my career as a singer, I’ve always thought that everyone who gave me love is a fan. But I’ve now started to think about the term ‘sasaeng fans’ that people often talk about, because I’ve met these few people who have given a hard time not only to me, but also to the people around me.

I hope that I will remember you all in my heart as fans that I love, for as long as I am your singer, your actor, and your celebrity in the future. I want us to have good manners and sincerely cherish and support each other. I beg of you.

For those who can understand Korean, here are his original tweets:

Sasaeng fans have been an ongoing problem for Asian celebrities, most notably Korean idols. In recent years, TVXQ’s Changmin, BIGBANG’s G-Dragon, SNSD’s Taeyeon, and former EXO member Luhan have spoken out against these obsessive fans, but a lack of legal repercussions means that the problem might not be curbed anytime soon.

Source: soompi.

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