These are some extremely weird behaviors of female sasaengs toward male idols
1. Spamming Jungkook with phone calls and messages
In 2019, BTS successfully held a fan meeting in Busan – the hometown of two members Jimin and Jungkook. After the show ended, Jungkook broadcasted a live stream with fans to respond to ARMY’s enthusiastic support. I was surprised because, after concerts, KPOP idols will spend their time relaxing. However, JungKook chose to talk with fans.
Yet, that open Jungkook disappeared for a moment when he received tons of phone calls from an unknown woman. He blatantly revealed to the fans that the caller was a crazy fan and then bluntly blocked this number.
But, how could she know his number? I think she probably took it illegally because idols’ private information is well protected.
Calling idols nonstop is not a new thing. I think each idol receives at least one phone call from sasaengs like this in their life. Don’t those airhead girls know that they will never answer? Plus, I mean, if these sasaengs want to show their love, then they should have opted for a more decent way.
2. Sending Chenle blood letter
I promise this isn’t a horror video. It is based on a real story that happened to Chenle (NCT).
In July 2020, fans were currently anxious about Chenle’s safety and psychological state after discovering the disgusting actions that a noona fan had done to him.
This noona was reportedly trying to use her own blood to write Chenle’s name on a piece of paper with the phrase “xoxo”. She must have lost her mind! Not to mention, this person also posted on Twitter a somewhat challenging caption: “Don’t you see that I love you, Chenle?” and “Chenle is holding the sign I made him”:
This woman even threatened SM Entertainment that she would commit suicide if they sued her. Come on, SM’s responsibility was to protect Chenle, they ain’t got time for nonsense
Specifically, NCTzen community recently discovered a newly created Twitter account, believed to be owned by the same woman.
This account initially attracted fans’ attention because of a post claiming that the owner had Chenle’s phone number. But the next post is what makes fans feel worried and disgusted. She also posted a series of screenshots showing that she sent Chenle a bunch of messages:
I believe that this is not only an invasion of Chenle’s privacy but can also be viewed as harassment.
3. Trying to break into Dong Wan’s house
This case is just so annoying that I have to bring it up here. There was a crazy noona who always stood outside of Dong Wan’s house. He angrily affirmed that this is the crazy female fan who has followed and disturbed his private life for a long time.
His company even called the police and negotiated with her many times when she stood outside of Dong Wan’s house day by day.
Things may have been not so serious until she made, I think, the stupidest decision of her life: breaking into her idol’s house illegally.
After this, Dong Wan posted on his social account to ask for help because it was out of his control:
That means he was too tired of this crap. I don’t mean anything, but she seems to have a mental problem. I think somebody should let her get help from the psychologists.
SEVENTEEN’s Jeonghan once had to face this weird situation. When standing on stage, he was thrown something straight up from the audience but luckily, it did not hit anyone.
Isn’t it too excessive when a cell phone flies without wings on the stage? I think that every member was shocked at that time. Just then, Jeonghan was thrown by another old female fan with a paper ball.
I guess a random noona fan misunderstood this event as a classroom where she can freely throw paper at others.
Although it did not cause physical pain, Jeonghan’s face clearly showed the “heavy shock”. I mean, like, after a phone and a paper ball, who could know what else they dared to throw at the poor guy, a chair?
Similarly, Kang Daniel experienced the same situation. Yet, the thing is he was hurt this time.
Though some said that that was done by a mindless noona, nobody would know for sure how she looked like. The guy himself had to embrace his wrist in pain to greet the audience. His face expressed everything.
Poor guy! This overly excited fan’s action received a lot of negative comments from the fan community.
5. Getting arrested for doing illegal things
Earlier this year, it was reported that a 30-year-old noona was arrested at Changi Airport to buy an air ticket to meet a member of a Korean boy band. The thing is, she bought the ticket with no intention of travelling out of the country.
This is not the first time this has made the headlines in Singapore, with many sasaengs risking getting handcuffed in order to see their idols for that few moments. I think her idol was Super Junior because her arrest’s timing coincided with Super Junior’s in Singapore.
Similarly, Wanna One’s noona sasaengs got themselves in trouble when they were arrested for selling Kuala Lumpur people Wanna One merchandise while on tourist visas. The Korean Embassy had to contact the Malaysian authorities before they were finally released.
I understand their love for idols, but it’s not worth the risk really. Jail is not simply a room!
6. Trying to get physically close to idols
This one is probably one of celebs’ biggest nightmares, Jungkook was chased and clung to by a female fan at the airport, where she tried to film him.
Imagine you were in his shoes, what would you do? Jung Kook looked visibly shocked and fed up by the incident, which also sparked outrage from his fans.
G-Dragon was also a victim of a fan’s expert sneaking skills, as he was grabbed by a female fan during his concert in Seoul. He handled the situation like a pro, continuing to sing despite being extremely surprised.
The woman was eventually conducted off stage by security.
7. Jumping over hurdles or climbing on bookshelves
One of the highlights on Music Bank is when the idols arrive for rehearsals and only a short stretch away from the audience.
However, one such experience was spoiled by some noona sasaengs when they jumped over the barricades in order to get closer to Wanna One.
Well, at this point I think despite old age, noonas still suddenly have superpowers when seeing male idols. Or maybe they had to exercise a lot just to do this.
Why do I say so? Okay, these barriers are in fact super high and stable. Even the security staff find it hard to jump over them. As a result of this incident, the group’s walk was canceled due to safety concerns.
On March 17, 2012, Block B held a fan signing ceremony at a large bookstore in Suwon, Gyeonggi Do. A lot of fans have flocked to the store to find ways to approach the idol. Some sasaengs climbed up the bookshelves and stood on the table to “wait” for their idols.
These unconscious actions caused many books to fall down and trampled, the table was also broken due to the weight.
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