A Piece of Advice
I have a few fan accounts that I’m not too happy about, so I’m going to write them here, and hopefully, instead of getting angry, you will listen with an open mind and learn from this…
The first one would be after the concert. I was walking backstage right when MBLAQ was leaving and the scariest thing happened. Unfortunately, MBLAQ didn’t make it to their bus before the crowd was let out of the venue, so as they were leaving, a hoard of people surrounded them. That’s not the part I care about. What I care about was the girl who literally clung to Joon. She grabbed him from behind, wouldn’t let him go, and I have to say, his face was horrified. I was frozen with shock and couldn’t help him due to the amount of people there, but thank God the manager showed up to pry her off. I guess what I’m trying to say is don’t do that. It’s pretty plain and simple. The manager was not happy, and it ended up making Joon go out by himself to be alone for the night because he needed to decompress. It’s pretty selfish to make Joon uncomfortable for your own benefit.
Second, at the hotel while I was with the manager, two girls came up to him and rudely spoke to him while asking him to do them a favor. They had a gift bag for MBLAQ and said to him, in English, “We’ve been holding these for three days, can’t you just take them to MBLAQ?” of course, he responded in Korean, because he doesn’t speak English very well, and then they had the audacity to say, “I don’t even know what you’re saying.”
Listen up and listen well, you are asking him to do you a favor. Don’t be rude. Second, he is Korean. Not everyone speaks English. He doesn’t understand you just as much as you don’t understand him. When it comes to MBLAQ’s manager in particular, DO NOT speak English to him. He gets really flustered when you do that because he can’t understand you and it bothers him and annoys him a lot.
Lastly, he was stressed out all night taking gifts from fans and I am going to tell you guys this right now so that you can know for future events: don’t give idols plush toys or anything big and inexpensive. You have to remember that they are flying internationally and cannot take all of the gifts they receive on the plane. If you do give them gifts like that, they will be thrown away, guaranteed. Get them something small and valuable that is worth taking, or give them a letter. That’s the only way.