It seems as though idol group JYJ‘s sasaeng fans are at it again.
The screen captures above surfaced on an online community site on July 10th with the title, ‘The CCTV sasaengs installed in the parking lot of Park Yoochun‘s home.’
There have been multiple reports of JYJ’s privacy being brutally invaded by sasaeng fans in the past, and this CCTV installment came as a another shock to the public.
In the screen caps, Yoochun himself seems to suspect the presence of sasaeng fans, as he hides behind the walls to carefully scan the area before heading inside. Seeing him be so afraid even in his own home broke the hearts of many fans everywhere.
“This gives me goosebumps,” netizens wrote after seeing the photos, along with “So scary!”, and “This has got to be a crime.”
In addition to allkpop’s article, they don’t deserve being called fans. Sasaengs / stalkers are making bad for real fans. At Yoochun’s home, stalking him, is insane. Although Yoochun is in the public eye, he deserves privacy at home. This is a scary situation for him. There needs to be a sasaeng / stalker law in Korea that prohibits this kind of behavior.
Media Credit: xinmsn / YouTube (Big Hit Entertainment)
Posted: Tuesday July 10, 2012 @5:53 p.m. PST
The leader of 2AM will speak with 20 lucky fans in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
Calling out to all fans of Jo Kwon! Do you have a burning question for this Korean entertainer on his solo album venture following the release of 2AM’s newest mini-album, F. Scott Fitgerald’s Way Of Love? If your answer’s a “yes”, you’re looking on the right page as xinmsn will be granting fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet and speak with Jo Kwon through an exclusive video conference on July 19.
The campy leader of 2AM unleashed his first solo album I’m Da One in Korea last week, one that’s filled with a quirky and exciting mix of music that is a refreshing change from 2AM’s usual love ballads.
I’m Da One was released amidst much fanfare, with one of its tracks, “Animal” (Radio Edit), which showcases Jo Kwon’s powerful and strong side, entering real-time music charts in South Korea shortly after its release.
Some of the best musicians worked on this album, for example Lauren Dyson, who previously worked with Girls’ Generation, and Swedish DJ, remixer and producer Avicii also aided in the production of the song. Avicii has worked with international names, including David Guetta on the latter’s song “Sunshine“.
Be part of the exclusive video conference with Jo Kwon at Universal Music Singapore’s Conference Room on July 19 (Thursday) at 3pm. The reporting time for pass winners will be at 2.30pm.