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Super Junior’s Kim HeeChul finally made a new twitter account with the name ‘@HeeZZinPang’. He was known to be an active twitter user before his military enlistment and had millions of followers around the world. However, last year in July, he closed his twitter account because of sasaeng fans.
After making a new twitter account, he announced it on his instagram and also posted a lot of pictures on his twitter. He made his cartoon icon, “Heebum, the cat” as his logo picture. All his fans were happy with this news, they immediately followed him and welcomed him back on twitter.
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Super Junior's Heechul has been very active on social media since being discharged from the military last week with many posts on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.
While many updates have been fun and happy, the latest photo has a very serious tone.
Heechul, like many other K-Pop idols, is once again faced with the issue of incredibly overzealous fans.
The Super Junior singer added a cartoon to his Instagram account on September 2 that shows a very annoyed looking guy who is saying, "I'm going to cut off your wrists!"
Heechul's caption leads on to his frustration and reads, "I still have sasaengs who stick around... I'm feeling really good lately, but I don't know if I should just be cool about it or make a fuss
Jay Park has a word of advice for fans: ”Don’t become a sasaeng fan~^^“.
He tweeted the simple yet direct message on March 9th, leaving fans to wonder what may have prompted him to say those words.
As you all probably know, he’s definitely not the first and probably won’t be the last celebrity to talk about sasaeng fans, who are extreme fans who invade the privacy of celebrities and will do crazy things, even to the point of sneaking into their homes.
JYJ, TVXQ, Super Junior, and other older idol groups have had especially bad sasaeng fan troubles, and recently G-Dragon had spoken up against them as well
Leeteuk’s Twitter updates: “Sasaeng fans are still following me even up to the day before my enlistment”
On October 29th, Super Junior leader Leeteuk updated his Twitter account with the message, “Sasaeng fans are still following me even up to the day before my enlistment. What should I do. Please just leave me alone for today.”
A few hours later, he tweeted again, “I have nowhere to go. I’m going home to pack and move my luggage.”
It seemed Leeteuk had met problem with some Sasaeng fans even the day before his official enlistment.
(If you don’t know what a sasaeng fan is: it’s a fan that is really obsessed with a celebrity. They’ve been known to mail body fluid, break into houses, follow celebrities in taxis, tap phone lines, and find out personal information about these celebrities.)
Meanwhile, Leeteuk is set to enlist to the army on October 30th
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Super Junior's Heechul recently closed his Twitter account(@Heedictator). Before closing however, he posted one last tweet to share his thoughts about his experience with some stalker(sasaeng) fans.
Heechul wrote "Please do not follow me to my house or to my ward office. I thoughtthat I became a bit more good-hearted now that I'm 30, but I guessthat's just not for me. I still feel the after effects of my accident,and it's frightening to put my life on the line and drive away as if I'mrunning from something. I know this sounds arrogant, and I know peoplemay be disappointed, but I only have one life to live. It's my fault forbeing unable to be more understanding.
He added "And to all you taxi drivers,please don't rip off foreign fans who don't know any better
Super Junior’s Heechul gave a stern warning to sasaeng fans and taxis. It appears as though, sasaeng fans are riding taxis and following Heechul around.
Heechul tweeted on July 9, “Don’t come in front of the house or the borough office. I thought I became a lot nicer after I was 30, but I don’t think I can do this. I still have trauma from my car accident and it is scary, driving away like my life depends on it. Even though it might be disappointing, I can’t help it because I only have one life. This is my fault for not being more understanding.”
He continued, “Also, don’t overcharge and take money from foreigners who don’t know anything. When you laugh and cheat them, it makes you seem like thugs. With this message I hope there aren’t any more victims. I am not going to tweet for a year and live quietly
Super Junior‘s Kim Heechul recently closed his @Heedictator Twitter account, but posted one last tweet to share his thoughts after appearing to have had an experience with some sasaeng fans.
On July 9th (KST), Heechul wrote:
Please do not follow me to my house or to my ward office. I thought that I became a bit more good-hearted now that I’m 30, but I guess that’s just not for me. I still feel the after effects of my accident, and it’s frightening to put my life on the line and drive away as if I’m running from something. I know this sounds arrogant, and I know people may be disappointed, but I only have one life to live. It’s my fault for being unable to be more understanding. And to all you [taxi drivers], please don’t rip off foreign fans who don’t know any better