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Friday, November 13, 2015

Lawyers answer how sasaengs can be legally punished

Article: How can sasaeng fans be punished by law... we asked a lawyer

Source: Ilgan Sports via Naver

Lawyer replied that sasaeng fans would fall under the stalker category as a minor offense and be fined starting from 80k won. Breaking into homes can lead to under 3 years of jail or a 5 million won fine. In the case of Chanyeol's Chinese sasaeng fans, fines can go up to add obstruction of business, threats, and obstruction of traffic, which can add up to less than 10 years of jail or a 15 million won fine. In the case of Zico's sasaeng fans who threw trash in his studio, they could be fined up to 5 million won for trespassing on top of a 50k won fine for the trash.


1. [+737, -8] They're not fans... sasaeng fans are not fans.

2. [+534, -7] Jo In Sung's sasaeng was honestly so bad.. I'd be scared to even enter my own home.

3. [+480, -10] These people aren't fans, might as well call them sasaeng b*tches

4. [+38, -0] Male sasaeng fans turn into perverts but female sasaeng fans get scary

5. [+38, -0] I think sasaeng fans are a special type of psychological illness

6. [+39, -1] These people are no fans. They obviously suffer from megalomania and voyeurism.

7. [+37, -0] These punishments seem so lax for the crime of stalking

8. [+31, -0] I feel like celebrities are expected to put up with it just because sasaengs are considered 'fans' when it's clear that what they're doing is a crime. If any of this happened to a non-celebrity, the punishment would be more severe.



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