A swarm of obsessive fans caused chaos at Shanghai Airport as they tried to catch a glimpse of their idols on Saturday.
A list that surfaced on Weibo shows a total of 16 pop stars who either departed or arrived that day, including Deng Chaoyuan, who emerged from the second season of Chinese reality show “Idol Producer.”
A video of K-Pop star Park Woo Jin trying to escape overly-obsessive fans known as sasaengs has sparked netizens’ concerns for the former Wanna One member’s safety.
Woo Jin recently made his return to South Korea following his appearance on the Thailand edition of SBS variety show, “Laws of the Jungle.”
Singaporean singer, songwriter JJ Lin shared some of the horrible experiences he’s had with his female fans in the 16 years he’s spent in showbiz.
While speaking to Chinese-language weekly Next Magazine, he went on to describe the stories he had with some of his overzealous female admirers, including one where a female fan knocked on his door in the middle of the night, offering herself to him – presumably for sex, according to AsiaOne.
In a bizarre new take on the business of idol merchandise, two Japanese idols of a J-pop girl group sold their leftover bathwater last month.
Tenka no Chanyuki and Asuka Rei from The Banana Monkeys soaked in a tub that had turned purple from bath powder, which their label claimed to be particularly expensive.
Meet Kangmin, one of the members of VERIVERY, a new K-Pop group under JellyFish Entertainment.
Many fans had already fallen in love with his mesmerizing boyish charm and heart-melting smile, according to All Kpop.