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Thursday, March 14, 2013

[WTF] "If a war breaks out, please save our INFINITE oppas first"


Article: "If a war breaks out, please save our INFINITE oppas first" prank 112 calls

Source: Kuki News via Nate + Instiz

With North Korea's threat of war looming over the country, 112 is receiving an explosive number of calls asking what will happen in the event of a war.

On March 14th, the Kyungnam Police revealed that they have been receiving an influx of calls and texts from the 11th through the 13th since North Korea declared the 1953 armistice invalid. They've received a total of 800 texts in total thus far.

The questions range from innocent inquiries like "Is North Korea stronger or is America stronger?" and "Where will North Korea shoot their nuclear weapons?" to pranks like "Will I be drafted as a student soldier in the event of a war?" and "Is our country screwed if we go into war?"

Most noted, however, are questions from teens and elementary/junior high school students who are calling by asking for a certain celebrity to be saved. "Please save our INFINITE oppas first if we go into war."

A representative said, "We've been receiving 300-400 calls a day and we're afraid that it's going to interfere with our work. We're trying to calm everyone but students are spreading groundless rumors that are causing more unrest. The schools need to talk with them about this."

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"So embarrassing..."

"If a war breaks out, your oppas will be fighting in that war."

"Such a serious nuisance.."

"Sigh, way to smear crap all over your favorite star's face like this."

"They can't be fans, not with that mindset.."

"Shouldn't they be thinking of their families first.."

"Stop wasting the police's time."

"I actually see a lot of kids worry about things like this on Kakao Story."

"I'm so embarrassed for INFINITE... INFINITE, go hide somewhere."

"Woollim even tweeted about it, asking fans to stop..."

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163 comments:

  1. The sad thing is tho...I've seen comments like this on AKP and other sites when rumored of NK attacking...

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  2. That's really embarrassing for INFINITE and mature fans of them......................

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  3. This is so funny but so embarrassing as a fan of INFINITE myself LOL

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  4. If war breaks out, I propose to send all our oppas out to the front line.

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  5. Lol stupid fangirls. Somebody please slap them with a huge ass history book.

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  6. As an Inspirit my self, I am so embarrassed ...

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  7. "If a war breaks out, your oppas will be fighting in that war."

    this xd

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  8. It's not just sad, it's practically depressing.

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  9. I saw Woollim's tweet last night and felt so embarrassed when I knew what it was about -__-


    Who are these kids? They should think about themselves and their families first.
    Really embarrassing...

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  10. haha..this in only happen in S.Korea

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  11. this comment made my day ahahha...seriously man this kid must love infinite but why netizens are angry...she is just kid she cannot think what will happen when they will into war

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  12. This i seriously embarrassing. Kids nowadays doesn't think before doing anything /sigh

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  13. cause that's how you win a war. sending your untrained troops to the front.

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  14. It wasn't meant to be serious.

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  15. seriously WTF........ if a war breaks out you don't care about your family or your brothers who might also have to go to the army fight that war but u care about some idols who are not even related you & who don't even know you exist... wow just wow

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  16. If a war breaks out, the whole country is in trouble. Nobody will be thinking about saving your oppas. Kids these days. Worry about your mama or daddy, not people that don't know you exist.

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  17. My toes are curling from the embarassment. I love INFINITE but this is just... wtf. Save yourselves & your families first. They will surely be called to the front line so, yeah, there's not much help in calling in advance.

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  18. That is embarassing.

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  19. leeteuk will lead by singing and dancing to the n.korean troops

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  20. INFINITE should go to war and not Rain or SuJu.

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  21. you shouldn't :/



    Inspiritis and Exotics are considered the best fandoms in korea.

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  22. this is the first time they have a scandal.... I bet Infinite antis create all this mess.

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  23. the Korean army needs Jaejoong, Yunho and Yoochun to win the war.

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  24. idk why but the Exotics part made me laugh

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  25. -Says no Korean ever.

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  26. OMG! what an embarrassment!!

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  27. what about no? personally i don't think there is one best fandom sure some are less fanatic than others but still in every fandom you find mature fan who just love the music and stuff and you also find the crazy delusional fans

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  28. Who are these kids?

    These kids are the ones who buy their album no matter how crappy they are!

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  29. well Yoochun don't even want to go to the military service and Jaejoong is afraid to be raped.

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  30. LMAO I really hope you're being sarcastic.

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  31. i want them to save Samsung first cause i really need to check that galaxy S4 just kidding north korea wont shoot i hear the president is a SONE
    i'm crazy

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  32. "Woollim even tweeted about it, asking fans to stop..."

    woollim aint having none of it...calling ya'll w/ your nonsense

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  33. LMAO! I'm worried about them too, but the kids actually called the military to ask for their oppas to be saved, lol!!

    So stupid, cute, and funny at the same time.But why Infinite? I don't think any of the members are in the military yet, or maybe they are and I didn't know about it.

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  34. But a lot of international fans don't have family or friends there. It's much easier to care about the welfare of someone whose name you know, their face and a bit of their life. As opposed to nameless and faceless south Korean citizens.


    Tthat's why they say its worse to kill one person rather than a thousand.

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  35. "If a war breaks out, your oppas will be fighting in that war."



    yep.

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  36. Nothing new, Inspirits has always been a childish fandom. This just proves it.

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  37. Lol, Infinite caters to fangirls who have raging hormones well in SKorea that is.
    This is so embarrassing and just shows why some fangirs are hated by Knets in the web.
    (I'm thinking that this is just some noise marketing for their new album coming up)

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  38. Don't understand why SK worry about war breaks out. If it do happen, they will just send those Americans army to fight for them!

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  39. they are both awful.

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  40. I know exactly why that would make you laugh. Hahahaha

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  41. Wowooow it's even worse sine they are Korean themselves like wtf, most international fans have no connection to korea except for the idols so it wouldn't even be as bad if they wished for the idols saftey

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  42. ELFs will go to war instead of Leeteuk.

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  43. Inspiritis are the new 하얀천사들 White Angels

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  44. Woollim are afraid of scandals, they would never use something like this for noise marketing.

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  45. inspirits are known for being a really rude fandom in korea 0_o

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  46. Which fandom is worse in Korea, B2ST or INFINITE?

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  47. Regular citizens are important like the idols....and that is embarrassing.

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  48. Either they're absolutely thoughtless or they're antis pretending to be Inspirits..

    Infinite rarely appears in top articles, how embarrassing it is for Infinite themselves and other Inspirits to see headline like this *facepalm*

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  49. This whole 'One fandom is worse than the other' talk is getting awfully annoying :/

    It was pretty obvious from the article that it wasn't just infinite fans calling in for their oppas to be saved. Although, if y'all think infinite are popular enough to get 300-400 calls a day for them to be saved from a potential war, then by all means feel free to think that way ;D

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  50. thank you for clarification but we just don't know how the company operates unless you're working for them so I'll have the benefit of the doubt

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  51. Both are childish fandoms

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  52. their fandom is quite big, it it possible "to get 300-400 calls"

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  53. Inspirits should save them instead,

    the police has better things to do

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  54. Oh, I'm well aware of that. I meant that if Infinite could get that many calls then surely Big Bang, Super Junior, Beast etc. could also get that number if not more-so? The article only refers to getting 300-400 calls yet with all the other idols in kpop you would think that number would be much greater.

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  55. because their fans aren't that silly?

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  56. I think they were talking about calls in general not just infinite. I can't say that if it were happening in my country that I wouldn't freak out a little bit but I sincerely doubt that many people were texting about infinite. I think that was just an example of something the kids were asking. That would definitely stand out it my mind.

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  57. at least Exotics are not stalkers like VIPs and Cassies.

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  58. This is hilarious...though I can't blame them...the other day my friend was telling me about this and I was like oh I hope SHINee and MBLAQ stay safe
    and she just looked at me like wtf?

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  59. PSY is the pride of Korea soldiers.

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  60. honestly ELFs are the new White angels... they even killed one of them.

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  61. Well I mean, given that they have had a past of not taking well to their artists' scandals and their CEO blatantly acknowledging in an article about a year ago that he was afraid of the public's sentiment towards Infinite, it seems they wouldn't like to bring any unnecessary attention to the group. They're always playing it safe it seems (like for example they could have taken advantage of the fact that Hoya became popular through his role in Reply 1997, but unlike other idols who get some popularity for their acting (and all the backlash for it too), Hoya and Woollim have rejected new offers instead.

    Woollim tweeted about the article because they wanted fans to stop for fear that it would make Infinite look bad. If they wanted to bring attention to the group they'd find other more acceptable ways to do it, and they have been doing exactly that. They have posters all around Seoul promoting Infinite's comeback and plus all of the attention they're receiving media-wise and from the public, that's more than enough. I'm not saying that Woollim would never noise market, all I'm saying is that they would never use something like this to do it. It goes against everything Woollim has worked so hard to protect. Sometimes I even think their CEO might be a bit paranoid.

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  62. Right...because a small sample of Inspirits from Korea=all Inspirits *rolls eyes* people got to stop generalizing fandoms...in every fandom there are some really crazy/stupid/delusional fans and every fandom also has mature/rational fans.

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  63. LOL...I think trained soldiers should go to war rather than untrained ones...you want to win a war, have a good army and good supply of weapons.

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  64. LOL since when? XD Dude...the closest fandom to White Angels would be Cassies...

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  65. No. Leeteuk should lead them ELFs to war if he wants to redeem himself from being such a shitty arsehole of a douche.

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  66. Well, they probably will be drafted still. Aside from the current 600k+ active troops and 3 million reservists, in the case of wartime anyone that is aged 18 to 45 will be drafted whether if they're former servicemen or had yet to start their mandatory service.


    That's what total warfare does - and a K-war 2.0 is certainly going to be such a conflict, where both sides will likely use everything available to win over another.

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  67. wow...Im embarassed...what the actual fk o-o.............

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  68. ""Is North Korea stronger or is America stronger?""


    LMAO. I think the answer is pretty damn fucking obvious.

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  69. WTF??? more like save all the innocent ppl first, omg i love my biases soooo much and for sure i will be worry but i will be more worried for all the innocent ppl that will die

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  70. The fact that this comment was said and liked just shows how shitty some people's minds are. Disgusting.

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  71. What about Tao's recording when he was singing in the shower? Totally not stalker like...

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  72. Wrong. Exotics stalk too lol. EXO's got some intense saesangs.

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  73. I think a majority of readers are missing the fact that these are 7-14 year olds sending these phone calls. By all definitions of the word, these are children here. Yeah, their parent could've controlled their phone use a bit better, but there's no need to insult or wish physical harm onto them for their "childish" actions (because duh they're children!)

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  74. I feel 2nd hand embarrassment. >__<
    Kids, please be mature.

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  75. care to elaborate?

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  76. This must be so embarrassing for Infinite. So embarrassed for them right now and glad I'm not a k-inspirit.

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  77. lol wrong

    on the otherhand, each fandom has their crazies, but i know that triple s, kamilia, and wonderfuls are known for being some of the best fandoms in terms of behavior.

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  78. I'm an EXO fan and even I know your statement is not true.

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  79. Exotics are as bad as Cassies because alot of Exotics are pre-Cassie sasaengs

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  80. I can't believe they actually did that... rude and embarrassing :(

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  81. bless this post

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  82. since most of thier fans are teenagers in Korea (which can explain for those senseless comments) Netizens are "iffy" about both fandoms.
    but some of thier fans aren't as delusional.

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  83. i always thought it was sone the best fandom in korea

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  84. You are being sarcastic right? He tried to cheat on his military service and ended up doing more time as penalty

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  85. You're aware that it's a bunch of young teenagers and elementary school students who did this, right? I'm not about to get mad at a bunch of kids for acting like, well, kids. At that age I probably would've been worried about oppa too.

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  86. "Because I naughty, naughty. Hey! I'm Mr. Simple!"
    Oh gawd... That imagery. Why... T___T

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  87. All I can say is that, whatever happens, every South Korean men, celeb or not, WILL FIGHT for their country. That's their law. All we (international fans) can do is wait and hope everything will be fine.

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  88. I see nothing wrong with this.


    Ain't no war gon' harm my baby L.


    INFINITE <3

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  89. It's a bunch of fans calling the police (who are most likely to be backlogged with emergency calls in the first place) & telling them that in the event of a war, they should save the members of Infinite.
    It implies that the people who called don't care about their fathers, uncles, brothers, or friends who will most certainly get drafted. That all they care about is the safety of Infinite (this is just an implication).
    It's also quite shameful for Infinite (thus Woolim's twitter message) because not only do the fans disrupt police activities, they also seem to disregard the fact that SK is at war with NK (a country who has a larger amount of troops than SK), whose tactics are quite unknown & thus very able bodied male citizen will be drafted. If NK attacks SK (NK claims that they can easily attack Seoul), then a lot of lives will be lost, no matter the length of the war.
    ... and despite all of this, those fans just want to save Infinite...

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  90. Always? Give examples. Don't generalize a statement. I don't remember there being another moment where inspirits seemed "childish" except when some one from ZE:A imitated Sunggyu.

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  91. I know it is wrong but I think kids who call police must be 8 or 9 years old...They cannot think properly

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  92. Listen here, bitch. Sorry for the profanity but this whole inspirits being immature is really pissing me off. I HATE when people call out whole fandoms. And since when were inspirits even bad? People keep saying, "inspirits have always been immature." Oh really? Give examples, because I only remember one event, and only people from that fandom know about it.

    Holy shit, since when were Beast fans bad!?

    I have NO idea how inspirits and b2utys are getting bad rep when I don't really recall them doing anything that bad ever. I can name MANY more fandoms that are "worse" than inspirits.
    I guess people are taking this as a chance to hate on the fandom though, but I rarely see anything immature.
    12 year olds? I don't think you know that inspirits are known for having a wide age group of fans. I know MANY inspirits who are 20 and even 30.

    Hate on something as much as you want, but don't even GET me started on how much I fucking hate it when people post a comment that doesn't even have anything backing it up or examples. All it does is make you look like a generalizing, judgmental, immature person. Get off your soap box.

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  93. Even if they are that young, they're taught in school about the tragedies of the Korean War. Absolutely no one wants to have a repeat of that. They also see cousins, siblings, etc. being conscripted. I'm betting that they know exactly what they were asking for when they called THE POLICE asking them to keep Infinite safe.

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  94. kpopwillneverstopMarch 14, 2013 at 9:36 PM

    Not to mention the whole incident with Kai at the airport.

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  95. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOL, am i the only one who thinks people were just trolling 112, idk i think this is kinda funny

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  96. I'm sorry but I heard that Inspirit was banned to attend any broadcast events. Then you call them the best fandom? Don't take me wrong, I'm Infinite fan.

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  97. these girls are something. if a war breaks out, i'd ask to save ME AND MY FAMILY first.

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  98. razzle dazzle them NK troops to death with their dance moves wearing bright shiny outfits and skinny jeans

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  99. My dad wants me to cancel my graduation trip because of this (not the fans calls but the threat of war).

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  100. sad but true. inspirits become rude now a day. that's why infinite listed as ten hatest idols, just because of their fan ):

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  101. I don’t know about inspirits but I am grateful to them because
    they cheer for Minho during idol sport day:)
    but it true that b2utys rep is not very good.. After beast get famous, they went around ‘attack’ other artist like bb, SHINee, and etc . To an extent that one of the beast member has to apologize and told them to stop, then b2uty wrote an apologize ‘letter’ online to SHINee/shawols. When IU have a collab stage with one of the beast member they also went to her cy or website to scold her..
    In one of the Dream Concert (I believe is in 2011), other fandoms decide to give b2uty a lesson: give beast a black ocean but didn’t do it eventually.. If you don’t believe please google yourself, it can be found easily.

    Ps. I am a Shawol and I only know their news if it is
    related to SHINee so don’t ask me more about them:) and sorry that my eng is bad

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  102. While I can agree with you that elementary school kids are forgivable, I personally think that the young teenagers should have better judgement already, that's too ridiculous..

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  103. aaaw...you sound like a very nice inspirit

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  104. Huh, I thought there'd be more ELFs in their ranks than Cassies. But oh well, both have their large lot of crazies.

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  105. North Korea's tactics are quite limited though or even daringly, outdated.


    The vast majority of their equipment is from the 50s and 60s and supposedly, their strategic plans for a war scenario always seem to disregard just how much larger damage the ROK and US forces can hit back, considering the massive technological gap.


    Heck, just recently, all of the DPRK's internet sites were shut down, supposedly from a cyber attack from an outside party (which could be the US, ROK or even Japan or China).

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  106. Well, in a total war scenario (which a Korean War 2.0 would very likely be), chances are every man that's not in the military will be drafted and given an accelerated training course while the active duty and majority of the reserve forces are engaged at the frontline - which means you'll also need security to guard refugee camps and rear echelon areas since the police will be too overstretched.


    It happened in the first Korean War (my grandfather's older brothers among them) to replace the ones who were either killed or wounded.

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  107. Did not know that. Thanks :)
    I know that NK is obviously at a disadvantage if it does attack SK, however, I feel that NK has some (crazy and outdated) tricks up its sleeve which MIGHT make some battles against them a lot harder to fight.

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  108. but they tweeted it to ask people to stop, why is it embarrassing? they don't even like it and are embarrassed of this fangirls actions

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  109. In my opinion it would be embarrassing,because they have to result to that....

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  110. Idol safety > Nation safety & World peace.
    LOL.

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  111. No probs.


    Though chances of having some 'trick' up their sleeve is low at best.


    The only 'trick' they may have is that once all of NK is occupied by US and ROK troops, there wil probably be an insurgency similar to that of Iraq - only much worse and bloodier due to the small size of the country, catastrophic food and refugee crisis and that ROK troops in particular won't be very forgiving in return i.e. no prisoners being taken in that phase of the war.


    As far as conventional warfare goes, the DPRK doesn't really have much to hope for. Due to the poor status of their armed forces, they'd be lucky to even manage to break through the DMZ under massive air and artillery bombardment.

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  112. I'm a cass and if there's any cassiers talk like that, I'll be embarrased too T___T

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  113. Sth is seriously wrong there. And this - "Shouldn't they be thinking of their families first." Their oppas are MEN (unless they're underage or sth) so they have to fight for their country if the time calls.

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  114. Inspirits are the most mature fandom is Korea, there is no way fans can do this.

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  115. From what I've noticed, now don't quote me on this, Inspirits actually do get along pretty well with other fandoms, but there's no denying that because of their large following of younger fans, there is bound to be plenty of craziness going around. Inspirits won't attack others unless they feel a need to protect Infinite. They're overprotective I guess is how I should put it. I mean Woohyun is really good friends with Key so because the two groups have that connection, Inspirits view Shawols as their friends. Obviously not all do, but there is no immense rivalry between the two fandoms. If anything, the rivalry exists between Beauty's and Inspirits, and if what you're saying is true that Beauty's have attacked other groups since Beast became more famous, then that would explain why they have been targeting Infinite lately as well. Both Infinite and Beast are really popular right now, and the two groups were voted best rivals of 2012, so that gives you a bit of an idea of what I mean. Beauty's don't like competition and Inspirits are overprotective, so put the two together and it doesn't make for a good combination.

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  116. Wait what's this about Jaejoong..?

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  117. maybe you can Google search about "Inspirits ban/banned" there will be one article about what did inspirits did. even though most of the comments say that they don't believe because they say most of the inspirits they saw are good one, but that writer is actually infinite's fans and from Korea.. but of course you don't know how true is that article..
    but tbh, there is one period i don't really like Inspirits because whenever i click into SHINee mr removed video there will be Inspirits come in and promote about Infinite mr removed and say why we only praise SHINee and overrated them, some even wrote negative one(but very little):( than that make me think, the video is about SHINee so of course we will praise SHINee instead other idols, is there anything wrong about it..?most of us also know that there are other idols that can sing but is it necessary to write all of them out and praise them in other idol's video? but after the idol day sport I change my mind:p

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  118. Right...so sending period blood letters to their idols isn't silly...hitting their idols so that they remember you isn't silly...prostituting one's self to gain money so you can stalk your idol isn't silly.


    I beg to differ. Sasaeng fans are very silly.

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  119. Dude. You should go on the 2NE1 channel...SONEs keep invading and saying 2NE1 sucks and they're ugly and all that...and they've gone on the WG channel too.


    It's not just Inspirits. Every fandom has its wackos.

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  120. I don't think they'd use something that would cause a negative reaction for noise marketing. That's counterproductive.


    Besides...K-pop in general caters to fangirls and fanboys who have raging hormones...not just S.K.

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  121. And other members of fandoms aren't crazy? LOL...I think sasaeng fans in general are crazy instead.

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  122. Nooo...one of the biggest fandoms sure...but best?? LOL no...no fandom is the best...they all have sasaengs in them.

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  123. ...Really? Old stat (about a year) claims they're not as hated in comparison to alot of other idols: http://teens-licious.blogspot.ca/2012/04/info-anti-fan-cafe-rankings-for-k-pop.html

    This is the latest one I've seen so far...the one before that was the January 2012 one.

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  124. I know Inspirits were banned from attending a music program, not all of the programs if I recall correctly, but that was because the fans were being too rowdy and breaking the 'no pictures' rule or something like that. Younger Inspirits are careless and rude but don't tend to get out of line outside of the music show recordings.
    As for the SHINee, I'm sorry people have left comments like that, but that's just typical fan behavior. I've seen Shawols and members of other fandoms do the same on Infinite videos and the videos of other groups. You can't really point that as a unique characteristic of any fandom because it exists in all of them. I'm glad you've started to look more positively on Inspirits, but don't forget that not all of the fans will be as nice and understanding as the ones at the idol sports event. All fandoms have and will always have their bad apples, and usually it's worse in fandoms with younger fans. Infinite have plenty of older fans, especially in Japan, but their younger fans in Korea seem to be really loud and dedicated and so it's more obvious when they do wrong.

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  125. you have a point but I've seen the demographics of Infinite and most of their fans are bored teenagers who swarms forums and fanfiction sites like a plague.

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  126. I'm pretty sure alot of other fandoms have the exact same demographics...if you look up fanfics for any of the big 3 labels you get way more M rated stories.

    Plus how big was your sample? And did you compare to other fandoms like B2ST, MBLAQ, etc. where are the stats? There's always tons of statistical bias in "research"

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  127. Ofcourse, bias is like a pain in theA in statistics, you can't avoid having them. I know EXO also has that raging hormone fangirls everywhere.

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  128. your never look at SNSD video too.. and just like what i said, i don't follow kpop now other SHINee, so i just talk my part:)

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  129. Oh gosh, so so embarrassed. That gives Inspirits bad image and INFINITE are doing their comeback soon =_= At least, it seems like netizens, don't think bad about the boys, only about those fans.

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  130. actually not only about the banning thing, is about their behavior when they saw/wait for infinite van and etc..
    well for the second part, i just like what i said: i don't follow kpop now other SHINee:) so i won't go to other idols video and look at the comment section unless I am finding new songs:) I didn't say all inspirits was bad but my real intention about the comment is I feel really irritated like: am I doing wrong for praising my idol?:( I know every fandom have rot apple no matter how nice is that fandom but a lot time one fan can destroy the fandom:( and i can tell you i fought the most is with shawols since I only look for SHINee video:/ It was quite a sad thing since I am a shawol myself..
    but now I rarely go youtube or those international website already because of those people, i will be so irriated and i feel that I am so stupid to be angry by those comment. So i enjoy staying and comment in chinese website:) at least shawols there are quite well behave.. if you(pretend that you are a shawol) start bash other idols for no reason, other shawols will come and bash you and ask you not to embarrass the name of shawol and SHINee:)

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  131. LOL I've seen SNSD videos....dude I like Kpop XD I just distinctly remember some SONEs bashing WG and 2NE1 to the point where there was an all out fanwar.


    As I said, every fandom has its wackos.

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  132. Exactly. That's why I said it's not just Infinite catering to fangirls/boys; it's all of Kpop in general. Their focus is typically the 12-16 age group. Granted there are going to be some older and younger that like Kpop but still that's age category is their main focus.

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  133. lol ur fandom is stupid as well

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  134. i didn't say inspirits and b2utys are the only crazy fandom.. and i don't follow kpop now doesn't mean i don't follow them the last time..

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  135. lol what?? are u kidding me?? are u high ? lol mature?? nah dream on dude

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  143. I find your comment seriously offensive and ignorant. I'm American for the record. PEOPLE WILL DIE if a war breaks out. Sure, I don't know anyone personally, but FUCKING HELL, I think of all the innocent people who will die and feel sad and actually care and hope they all survive. I can deal with my idol dying, but I couldn't live with myself if I condoned the murder of thousands. Just get your head out of your ass.

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  144. I'm just going to throw my two cents into this now that I've scrolled through a good chunk of comments.


    First and foremost, I just about peed my pants at the imagery of Leetuk leading SUJU on the frontlines against NK by singing Mr. Simple. Whoever commented that, thank you.



    Secondly...how can ANYONE even say that they'd rather have their "oppa's" saved then their own families? I don't know about you, but I'd rather my Idol died than having to fucking stand in front of my own parents graves. And I'm not even Korean.



    Thirdly, where is the compassion people? I've seen a couple ignorant comments on here and I have to say, how can you not care millions of people would die, men women and children alike, obliterated in seconds by a bomb/missle. In times of crisis like that, if a war should break out, your oppa's aren't idols anymore. K-pop will HALT and or change with the war times, and your once beloved idols jobs are now soldiers protecting their country. It's the law.


    That is all. Good day.

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