A Chanyeol-based fanzine named 'Yeolmaefarm' has stepped up to report this anti-fan activity, and asked all who are willing to send in any evidence that can be used against those responsible.
According to netizens, members of a malicious website called 'DC Inside' attempted to exploit Chanyeol by using an old username that was previously hacked and revealed to have been under use by the EXO member as a private account. Anti-fans tried to use the username, 'hoonamyeole', to create false accounts on popular sites like Melon and Naver, then afterward used such accounts to register Chanyeol on 'Ilbe'.
The accused anti-fans have been suspected of using phone numbers belonging to unknown people illegally hacked and discovered to validate Chanyeol's fake, malicious website accounts. Screen captures below show 'DC Inside' users admitting to faking Chanyeol's malicious accounts, with comments like "If you post in a private room, will help with fake accounts", "This is all your bad karma Chanyeol", "We have to make sure to send him to hell this time. So no one will suspect its fake. We have to put up every post and every date. Chanyeol, time for you to fall", and more. When Chanyeol's "activity" began gaining attention on 'Ilbe', 'DC Inside' users shared it among themselves, rejoicing.
Fans have been appalled with the recent activity, demanding that SM Entertainment take legal actions as soon as possible to ensure the fastest protection of their idols.