Comedian Choi Hyo Jong takes a jab at sasaeng fans on ‘Gag Concert’
With the current controversy surrounding the issue of sasaeng fans, comedian Choi Hyo Jong made some hilarious jabs at the behavior of sasaeng fans on the latest episode of ‘Gag Concert’.
On March 18th’s broadcast of the segment ‘Praying Mantis Kindergarten’, Choi Hyo Jong’s character, Loan Shark, was asked, “What do you have to do to become a celebrity with lots of fans?” and he replied, “That’s not hard at all. All you need are solid skills, natural talent, and ability to keep your fans happy.”
He continued, “After you’re done with your schedule, you’re going home, but someone grabs you. When you’re doing your business in the bathroom and when you are sleeping, someone’s next to you. In those situations, all you have to say is ‘Thank you, I was lonely.’”
He continued saying, “You call the Chinese restaurant to order jjajangmyun, and before you order you hear, ‘Here’s your jjajangmyun oppa’. It’s your fan! Right as you get a new cell phone, you get a call right away asking, ‘Oppa, why did you change your number?’”
Choi Hyo Jong sarcastically commented on sasaeng fans saying, “They are people you are grateful for because they always stay by your side.”
Choi Hyo Jong warned to never get angry at the sasaeng fans by saying, “One day, what if this life becomes too hard and you want to get angry at your fans? Be careful. They might have a recorder.”
He concluded by leaving a message to the sasaeng fans out there, “Like how you leave space for safety while driving, it is important that you leave your oppas safety space too.”
You can watch this skit below.
Source & Image: Osen
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