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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Fans set out to defend Park Bom from 'PD Notebook' accusations


Article: Park Bom fans set out to clarify, "Not amphetamine, it was adderall"

Source: X Sports News via Nate

1. [+872, -51] The fans are screaming that everything on 'PD Notebook' is fake ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ hilarious

2. [+846, -31] What's fact is that she hid pills categorized as drugs that weren't prescribed to her as jellies and tried to ship it to her grandma's house before getting caught. The police never finished investigating her case and the two prosecutors on her case were known sex perverts Kim Hak Ui and Kim Soo Chang. Those are the facts.

3. [+665, -38] This same thing happened with GD's marijuana scandal. His fans ran around lying to shield him and shut up once the media put out the facts. Then he showed up on varieties like 'Healing Camp' and 'Infinity Challenge' to media play for his image. Always the same pattern with YG.

4. [+40, -4] I'm more surprised she has any fans left

5. [+29, -5] Look at all the ridiculous excuses Wanna One fans come up with to shield them, why would Park Bom fans be any different? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

6. [+28, -2] First of all, I'm surprised that she has fans left. Second of all, I'm surprised that they think just because she ate 4 pills out of the 82 she smuggled in means that it suddenly absolves her of smuggling in 82 pills ㅋㅋ Park Bom needs to be reinvestigated along with the prosecutors and the judge on the case

7. [+28, -2] Wait she has fans?????

8. [+24, -4] She has fans?? Are they sane??

9. [+22, -0] If there was no crime in what she did, why did she hide them and report them as jellies? Didn't she do that because she had something to hide? And this isn't America, this is Korea. If Korea deems it as a drug, that's a drug. How can you apply American laws about adderall to something that happened in Korea? By that logic, since marijuana is legal in some states in America, should it be legal in Korea too? These stupid fans are saying things that don't make any sense.

10. [+18, -1] Adderall is just the name of a brand... the medical name for the pills is amphetamine. I'm an American resident and have been taking adderall since I was 14 for over 10 years and adderall and amphetamine are the same thing... it's just like how Tylenol is the brand name for acetaminophen. Amphetamine is a treatment for hyperactivity and add.

11. [+15, -2] If Park Bom cared about you fans at all like you're caring for her now, she would've never caused this scandal in the first place ㅋ

12. [+12, -1] These fans shielding Park Druggie need to be slapped by a druggie to wake up to reality

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Kim Sarang suffers a fall in a manhole in Italy, back in Korea for treatment



Article: [Exclusive] Kim Sarang suffers a fall while on vacation in Italy... currently in emergency treatment

Source: Sports World via Nate

1. [+708, -24] Huk, falling into a manhole ㅠㅠ shocking...

2. [+679, -52] First Han Ye Seul and now Kim Sarang, is there some type of curse going around female celebrities?

3. [+527, -20] Hoping for a speedy recovery

4. [+45, -32] If it was really an emergency, shouldn't she get surgery locally? Why would she bring her broken leg back to Korea for treatment?

5. [+28, -9] She's injured, why would you be arguing about whether she's getting treated there or here... Just be glad she isn't severely hurt... tsk tsk

6. [+27, -9] I think it's funny people are worried about her at all when she hurt herself while on vacation... She's going to get top treatment at her hospital anyway~ worry about going to work tomorrow than any celebrity

7. [+25, -3] If it was such an emergency, I feel like she should've stayed locally for surgery... what's the point in coming all the way back to Korea?

8. [+20, -2] Doesn't seem like that big of an emergency if she was able to fly back

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Source: Naver

1. [+6,209, -87] Hul, oh no... I hope the injury isn't too severe ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ

2. [+3,498, -77] The title made me think it was worse than it was... a more appropriate title would've been "Kim Sarang fractures her leg in Italy... currently in Korea for treatment"

3. [+2,680, -75] The title made it sound like something worse had happened;

4. [+407, -49] She needs good treatment~~ I once fell into a manhole and the pain made my vision turn white ㅜㅜ I couldn't even move or make a noise because I was so embarrassed ㅜㅜ

5. [+182, -5] Doesn't seem like much of an emergency if she's back in Korea for treatment...?

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Kian84 jokingly warns female fans to not stand too close in case of #metoo


Article: Kian84 under controversy for ridiculing the #metoo movement... "Female fans have to stand far away from me because of #metoo"

Source: Donga Ilbo via Nate

1. [+4,531, -735] He's just being careful, how is that ridiculing the movement? Idiots need to stop blowing everything out of proportion

2. [+4,421, -671] Ugh must be so tiring to be him

3. [+3,828, -656] Of course the journalist is female. How is it logical to call that controversial?

4. [+164, -86] People who act like they need to be careful because of #metoo are obviously doing it out of guilt because they know they've done something guilty of it in the past

5. [+140, -96] Once again, people are too triggered...

6. [+106, -89] This journalist seems to be the only one who thinks it's controversial

7. [+90, -81] Aren't women the ones who made up all these rules in the first place anyway? If a man has his hand on her, it's "rude hands", if a man keeps his hand hovering around her, it's "manner hands" ㅋㅋㅋ

8. [+78, -71] Why did I already know the gender of the journalist who wrote this just by reading the article title ㅋㅋㅋ

9. [+68, -81] Not like he's wrong, why are women complaining when he's just complying to what they want, f*ck

10. [+55, -77] He's saying this out of consideration for women after all, isn't he?

11. [+51, -9] Why are the comments like this? I think the people who find what he said problematic think it's a problem because he's making a joke out of the movement like how people will call something trivial cancerous which makes light of the suffering of people actually going through cancer

12. [+41, -27] Obviously Kian is making light of the controversy. The whole point of #metoo is to expose sex crimes and yet he's making it seem like it's something stupid, like he can't take pictures with his female fans because of it. What kind of mindset is that???

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Source: Naver

1. [+5,285, -1,585] I can see why he'd be careful though... careers are ruined in an instant because of it...

2. [+2,905, -1,076] Why is that controversial?

3. [+1,917, -348] When did anyone ever start a #metoo over standing close to someone to take a picture? All the #metoos have been about direct sexual harassment and rape... Why is he talking like the movement is about women kicking a fuss over trivial things?

4. [+1,980, -703] There's nothing wrong with being careful. I don't think he's ridiculing the movement, how frustrating. I'm sure he's more frustrated by everyone blowing it out of proportion.

5. [+1,356, -588] He's protecting himself, why is that so wrong?

6. [+825, -91] Anyone who complains about how he "can't say anything now because of #metoo" just means that he's been verbally abusive int he past

7. [+523, -38] Kian just seems representative of men on the internet. The way I see it, the things he's said about women show a lot of malice towards them. He lacks confidence and self esteem when it comes to communicating with women and seems like the type who would be more preoccupied with acting like the 'ideal boyfriend' than just treating them right.

8. [+553, -121] I wonder how men have been acting on the regular that they need to be this careful?

9. [+429, -9] I don't think #metoo is anything to be joking about. How can he say "In case I get #metoo'd"... He's talking about women as if they're just accusing anyone of #metoo. Who ever accused someone of #metoo just for standing too close? The people involved have all gone through traumatic experiences... Please don't joke about it like you're scared someone's going to #metoo you just for standing too close.

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Reporters ambush Dara with questions about Park Bom at her variety conference + fans express outrage on Twitter


Article: 'Mimishop' Questions on Park Bom banned... Sandara Park suddenly loses her smile

Source: TV Report via Nate

At the press conference for jTBC's 'Mimishop', a reporter asked Sandara Park, "We know that you're in contact with Park Bom. As she is in the headlines currently, please tell us what she's been up to." The host then replied, "We will only be taking questions about 'Mimishop'." Reporters noticed that Sandara looked taken aback and avoided them with her lips tightly shut. Clearly flustered, she stumbled through answering her questions after.

1. [+535, -26] What crime did she commit to deserve this? Go find Park Bom yourself and interview her if you want it that bad

2. [+471, -27] Stupid journalists, why would you ask her about Park Bom at a production conference for her own variety?

3. [+353, -22] They're not even on the same team anymore, why would you ask her about her ㅋㅋㅋ what an annoying question at a production conference of all places, tsk

4. [+14, -2] Journalists are just desperate to start up a controversy. Why would you ask about Park Bom there?

5. [+10, -1] Why would she look happy when she's being asked about the b*tch who ruined her singing career. She can act and do varieties all she wants but she'll never live up to her singing career.

6. [+7, -1] Why would you ask that, you idiot

7. [+7, -3] Why make her flustered with those questions? Why so cruel?

8. [+4, -0] I get that people are curious but the reporters were out of line. Why would you ask about her at a production conference?

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Article: "#Please leave Park Bom alone" Twitter users are enraged

Source: Sports Kyunghyang via Nate

1. [+265, -10] If you committed a crime, you need to pay the consequences for it

2. [+228, -10] Fools...

3. [+181, -8] So this is how they're defending her? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Sigh, hopeless pigs

4. [+15, -4] Such idiocy

5. [+13, -1] So if I hashtagged the serial killer #leaveyooyoungchulalone, will he get left alone? Stupid pigs wasting their time

6. [+12, -1] Logic flies out the window once emotions take the wheel

7. [+10, -1] No different from the group of people who think Park Geun Hye is innocent

8. [+9, -2] Are they all druggies? What are they asking us to leave her alone for? A Samsung employee was sentenced to jail for the same crime while Park Bom's case got closed in the middle of investigations without any sort of punishment. Are you all idiots? Knock it off already

9. [+8, -3] Maybe they're all high with her

10. [+6, -1] They're insane... they're truly insane...

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Netizens concerned with Sulli sitting on a 'tokonoma' in Japan


Article: Sulli concerns netizens for stepping on Japan's 'tokonoma'... "It's a sacred alcove, you can't sit on it"

Source: Star Today via Nate

1. [+823, -15] Isn't it possible that she didn't know.. I'm just learning about it now too ㅠㅠ

2. [+742, -17] How is a foreigner supposed to know that? At least put up a sign in Korean if it's that important... Seems like people are making a big deal out of nothing.

3. [+16, -0] Obviously she sat there because she had no idea ㅋㅋㅋ who would go into their airbnb thinking that there are special places you can't sit on ㅋㅋ

4. [+13, -0] Put it in writing if there are rules like that, how was she supposed to know

5. [+9, -0] How are foreigners supposed to know??? Or put up a fence so that people physically can't sit on it. Or even a piece of paper. How does it make sense that flower pots can sit on it but humans can't?

6. [+8, -0] I'm sure she didn't know, not like there was a notice sign there

7. [+7, -0] Even Japanese youth aren't as aware of this rule, how would a Korean know ㅋㅋ

8. [+6, -1] Sigh, even the younger generation of Japanese don't bother with this rule anymore ㅋㅋㅋ

9. [+6, -0] I wouldn't go as far as to call it "sacred"... It's just a raised alcove for wealthy families to display their nice stuff on. Sure it's disrespectful to sit on it since it's specifically a space designed for your wealth but... sacred? That's going too far

10. [+6, -1] How many people actually knew that though?

11. [+5, -1] I'm 35 years old and it's my first time hearing about it ㅋㅋㅋ

12. [+4, -1] I've been to Japan a thousand times and have never heard of this. I don't like Sulli but I'm sure she didn't know either.

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