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Fans thought an anti-fan wrote “Sana has no life” but they were wrong
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Fans thought an anti-fan wrote “Sana has no life” but they were wrong

TWICEs Sana received a comment that appeared to be from an anti-fan but realized it was just a mistranslation.

TWICEs Tzuyu and Sana recently broadcast a live stream through their V App, where they read fans comments in real-time.

One fan commented in Korean 사나는 인생이 없다 which translates to Sana has no life, invoking much laughter from the members.

It was written by an international fan who used Google translate on the phrase No Sana No Life, but was hilariously mistranslated.

Anti-fan attacks Sana’s phone with insults, but it was a huge misunderstanding
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Anti-fan attacks Sana’s phone with insults, but it was a huge misunderstanding

TWICEs Sana received a comment that appeared to be from an anti-fan but realized it was just a mistranslation.

TWICEs Tzuyu and Sana recently broadcast a live stream through their livestream, where they read fans comments in real-time.

One fan commented in Korean 사나는 인생이 없다 which translates to Sana has no life, invoking much laughter from the members.

It was written by an international fan who used Google translate on the phrase No Sana No Life, but was hilariously mistranslated.

Song Mino Wins Being An Idol By Turning A Famous Anti-Fan Into a Fan
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Song Mino Wins Being An Idol By Turning A Famous Anti-Fan Into a Fan

WINNERs Mino aimed, shot, and stole the heart of a famous anti-fan.

Back in 2015s Show Me The Money 4, Mino rapped (and apologized for) a controversial lyric saying, MINO targets all your daughters. Spread em like youre at a gynecologist. 

Actress Seo Yuri took to Twitter to make a related comment against the lyrics saying, These days, some people think they were born out of an egg and not their mothers belly.

The comment marked her an anti-fan as she became overwhelmed with numerous death threats from Inner Circles around the world, but she always stood by her post.

Heechul admits many celebrities' careers have hit rock bottom due to social media
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Heechul admits many celebrities' careers have hit rock bottom due to social media

The June 6 episode of KBS 2TV's new variety show 'Pot Stand' featured Heechul, TWICE, Lee Kyung Kyu, Ahn Jae Wook, and Lee Yong Dae meeting for the first time.

'Pot Stand' is a real variety show wherein guests publish their own books, recording the events of their daily lives to share them with others. Lee Kyung Kyu, Super Junior's Heechul, and Ahn Jae Wook are the hosts, with Yoo Hee Yeol as a special member. 

Heechul confessed, "I don't like books nor do I enjoy reading them."  He went on, "And I thought whether if I can publish a book myself.  I would write a guidebook about girl groups which is a topic I like and am well fond of."

5 K-Celebrities Who Think Social Media Are Pointless
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5 K-Celebrities Who Think Social Media Are Pointless

Social media like Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat seem like a good place to interact with fans. However, these 5 big stars in the industry are still reluctant to share a little piece of their daily lives to fans.

Koreaboo has wrapped a list of major K-celebrities who don't do social media. Check out the list below!

Song Joong Ki emerges as one of the most prominent figures in K-showbiz. His good-looking face, decent personality, and marvelous act in K-dramas are what have got people rooting for him. Since his appearance in top-grossing drama "Descendants of The Sun", people are getting more interested to know more of him, including his personal life. However, Song Joong Ki doesn't seem to will his personal life on social media, simply because he thinks he's not familiar with technology.