Sometimes when rumors about an entertainer are started, regardless if they are false or not, netizens can be quite cruel. Here a just a few entertainers who publically admitted, or it was announced by their company, that they suffered severely from negative online comments. Take a look at the video below and subscribe to our Youtube for regular updates.
10 Kpop Idol Who Admitted Suffering From Mean Netizen Comments176 Articles
A Japanese YouTuber by the name of Kondo Youji has recently gone viral for his stunning looks. Not only does he look like an idol, but fans are amazed by how Korean-like he appears in his photos. But what is the cause of this?
It isn't just his clothes, netizens are saying he is a master of makeup and has used his makeup skills to make himself appear Korean. Netizens are claiming he looks awfully similar to NCT's Taeyong!
Surprised by the sudden attention and popularity coming from overseas, Kondo recently tweeted asking why he was becoming a hot topic among Korean social media. He wrote in both Japanese and Korean, "Why are so many Koreans commenting and following? I'm happy〜 Thank you!"
An episode of Radio Star that had aired back in 2011 has recently been brought up in an online community.
Singer Sung Si Kyung appeared as a guest on this particular episode and revealed that an SM idol had expressed interest in him through their manager.
A manager from SM called me one day, saying that an idol member liked me and wanted to grab some drinks with me, he shared, expressing that he had become really excited.
Super Junior's Heechul has been named as the homeroom teacher for Mnet's upcoming variety show, 'Idol School'!
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The show, set to premiere some time in July, will create an educational institution aimed solely for training female students to become girl group members. The students will participate in an 11-week program at the school, after which they'll take a graduation exam, and those with the highest scores get to debut in a new girl group immediately after, in the latter half of 2017.
Super Junior member Kim Heechul will be joining Mnets Idol School as a homeroom teacher!
Mnets new show Idol School is Koreas first girl group educational institution that will be premiering in July. Trainees will be taught in a program for 11 weeks. Afterwords, those who pass the final exam and are considered star students will be immediately debuting as part of a girl group.
Kim Heechul is expected to play a pivotal role as the homeroom teacher for Idol School. He will be acting as a support system to the students, giving them practical tips to becoming an idol.