Online fanatics are already obsessive in my book, but those residing in South Korea have the opportunity to take their obsession a few steps further. Check out what it’s like as a hardcore DBSK stalker.
DBSK fans in South Korea probably have more connections and know-how of the group than the paparazzi! On an episode of KBS Joy, appropriately titled ‘Illegal TVXQ fan,’ a reporter followed a couple fans of one of the most popular Asian boy bands to ever live, to see just how they go about their days as die-hard fans.
The manner in which these girls operate is disturbing in and of itself, but watch here to decide for yourself:
Just to vaguely sum up what is actually going on — at the beginning, the ’stalkers’ are discussing Yoochun and his mood swings. He’s an angel one day and a devil another. Then they receive a text about Yunho’s whereabouts. They drive off, pass Yoochun’s house and point out his family’s cars in the parking lot. Then things get creepy(ier). The girls are informed that Yoochun is gone, so they decide to ’stalk’ Jaejoong. Apparently taxis allow their services to stalkers (stalker-taxis?). Then the stalkers are informed that Jaejoong is chillaxing with SS501’s Kim Hyun Joong so they ditch that idea and move on to Yunho, who they succeed at finding after news reached them that he was at a cafe.
And that’s how stalking is done, ladies and gentlemen. Yikes.
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