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Posted by KayRosa AKP STAFF 28 days ago

Netizens react to Dispatch's decision not to touch rookies or rising celebrities

Netizens reacted to Dispatch's alleged rule about choosing famous celebrities as potential targets for scandals.

Recently, Dispatch announced that they would prefer not to go after rookies or rising celebrities as potential targets for their scandal reports. The media outlet said, "the celebrities tell us, 'after this article, my CF will be cancelled' or 'I can't make any money after this'. We did not understand at first. How, even though the public may be curious, these celebrities' careers may go down for good. So, we try not to cover rising stars or rookies who may stagger from just a single dating scandal."

In further defense of their stance, Dispatch shared, "We (the journalists) call each other bullfrogs, but we also know that we will lose benefits if we just keep going after anybody and everybody. Would Jo In Sung's CF be cancelled just because his dating scandal with Kim Min Hee came out? Would Won Bin's casting for a film be revoked just because of his scandal with Lee Na Young? These are the reasons why we only go after the big names."

However, netizens were not amused.

Regarding those statements, netizens wrote: "So funny how they get to 'choose' who those rising stars are." "Well, what about Seolhyun? Wasn't she in her prime rising moment when her scandal came out?" "The rising stars that they are referring to = rookies that nobody has even heard of so, they will not bring in any money. LOL they won't cover them due to the lack of profits; meanwhile, they are pretending to care for the celebrities", "what are they even talking about", "Hani, Seolhyun, Jennie -- they were all part of the rising line, no matter who says what, LOL", "Didn't they blow up Baekhyun's incident when he was a rising star? I remember he received a lot of damage from that."

What do you think of Dispatch's alleged stance and the netizens' reactions?

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KRGolden700 28 days ago 5
28 days ago

knetizens try to blame dispatch again? mmm... Trying to blame Dispatch will not solve the problem. Dispatch is just an informative source/Tabloid/reliable source for news, nothing more. The only ones that have to change here are the possessive and jealous fans, they forget that their idols are human beings who have every right to fall in love freely without having to hide as if they had committed a crime. Being in love and expressing it publicly with freedom and respect is not a crime. My point of view if those immature possessive and jealous fans changed their bad attitude and decided to be more mature still SUPPORTING their idols even though they are dating someone, things will be good, their idols will not lose their jobs (cfs, etc) nor the rise in their careers because they would still be counting on the support of their fans.


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KRGolden700 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

the only ones who destroy the career of their idols are the jealous and immature fans / knetizens because they believe that their idols are their property, that jealous and immature fans / knetizens believe that being dating someone is a scandal, ... that's stup*d !~

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kizaru_hijin 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

these "bad fans" arent real fans but pathetic haters without a life, you wont see them outside hating on these celebrities, when they see them dating, theyre here hiding their identities on the internet.


but in the end this trash tabloid site dispatch is to blame for paying voyeurs to stalk these celebrities to get such pictures and that is a serious problem. especially korean celebrities have a very hard time with their hard work and small freetime. they know if they want some peace, they need to avoid such busy places and look for quite places and even there, such scum hides to make some pictures. thats one of the reasons why so many end up being depressed, they only work and cant even enjoy going out even once and its not just about dating, its also very bad, when these celebrities go out with friends and if it happens to be a male an female, the rumors will start spreading and you have to realize how awkward it gets for these people to maintain their friendship and to ever meet again, when every idiot talks about dating, when theyre just friends.

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nnani 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

EXACTLY. Dispatch isn't the problem for stating actual couples or may be couples. They are at fault for invasion of privacy of course but the FANS and so called fans are the problem! They are the ones in charge of an idols career honestly. You are responsible for your own actions, not Dispatch. You choose to bash another idol, you choose to leave a fandom, no one else does but you. The fact netizens are mocking and attacking Dispatch is baffling, they should eat their own words.

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jigsawpuzzle48 28 days ago 4
28 days ago

It's too bad that the word scandal has to be associated with something as lovely as dating. Sure, being in the eye of the media is part of the job description every artists is aware of when they roll into the industry, but to regard finding love as scandalous makes me so sad.

Dispatch and the likes of them are terrible for infringing on their privacy and stalking them around, but the sad reality is that these people are just doing their job and they get paid good money for whatever they discover. There wouldn't be any issues with it if it weren't for the risk of damaging careers due to the obsessive nature of netizens who believe that they own the person just because they supported their career. Selfish people who don't want their idols to date because, why exactly? It will shatter their hopes of their precious oppa one day falling in love with them and whisking them away like some sort of Korean drama?

The fact that Dispatch pretty much has a say in who they believe is at risk or not with releasing scandals is preposterous, any artist is at risk as long as the news is considered a scandal because a scandal can't be anything other than negative. If it was positive, it would've just been called news.


I, for one, would be happy to hear any of my biases found someone they love and feel connected with. Heck, even if they aren't my bias, if any artist who works their ass off for their fans manages to find someone they cherish I'd be rooting for their happiness. Whether they want to share it with the world or keep something so precious to themselves is their choice and people - fans, netizens and Dispatch - should respect that. But unfortunately, that's not how that industry works...

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ReadMyFanfic2 28 days ago 3
28 days ago

"they may be infringing on the rights of celebrities. Yeah I'll give ya that..but they--they were just umm, doing their jobs! Yeah just doing their job...of-of umm..infringing on people's rights. Yeahhh ¯\_(ツ)_/¯"



This is why I hate this new wave of obsessive fans. They are so loud about various ships and wanting to find out who's dating who, a lot of them waste so much time on their idols personal lives they are borderline obsessed. Almost as obsessed as the fans who want their idols for themselves. Yup I said it. The only two sides in this debate of dating scandals are two polar opposites both obsessed for different reasons. Most people don't advocate their idols rights get breached, we understand it can be a reality for idols, and they should be prepared for it, but normal fans don't support that. I don't understand what's wrong with all of you guys. As well as advocating for media outlets to do it so that you guys don't have to put in effort being sasaengs yourselves, you also use pictures that don't even exist (remember that taeyong holding hands (when he wasn't lol) scandal) to promote your delusions. Hyuna and E'Dawn wanted to come out with their relationship (And most people were not upset at the relationship, just the inappropriate way they announced it) so good for them. Don't try and spin your delusions to say it's an example of idols always getting hate for dating...anyways, not every idol wants there personal life revealed like that. And no it's not only because they worry about losing fans, believe it or not some people want their private life private and don't want their relationship in the eye of the world...crazy right?

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jigsawpuzzle48 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

Yes, that is exactly what I'm saying! That's what's so toxic and pathetic about the whole fandom ordeal, more so on the Asian market than the Western market.


Infringing on a person's personal life is part of their job because that is what they are paid for, so they won't stop that for intellectual moral of respecting their privacy. That is because people are too obsessed with the person to the point where they'd pay good money just to learn the color of their pee (I'm sure there are obsessive people out there someewhere who would want to know that). It is because of these kind of people that outlets such as Dispatch are earning money for reporting on every second of a public figure's life. I don't blame the artists for wanting to keep a piece of their lives private to treasure for themselves, they deserve something that is theirs and no one elses. Something that doesn't need to be judged or approved by anyone other than themselves and the select people they decide to share it with. Dispatch has no right to take away that privacy, to share something the artists don't wish to share. But as long as people pay them money, the reporters have a job and thus won't give in to privacy.


I, personally, never mentioned any couple as an example of idols always getting hate for dating so if that is what you were implying then I think we've misunderstood each other and I'd like to clear the air on that because I'll be one of the first advocating for idols having a private (love) life.


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Blue1 28 days ago 8
28 days ago

Or they could also respect celebrities's private life and stop going after them. We don't need to know who is dating who, it doesn't matter and it's none of our business. They should only report when celebrities do really bad stuff, like DUI etc.

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chillaxin 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

Or when celebrities reach out to them because they want to release the information. But I guess even then there’s always the risk that a company might believe even bad publicity is publicity that puts the artist in the spotlight when it comes to some of the dating situations.

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Blue1 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Well if the celebrity reach out to them it means he/she wants to be in the news, I don't see what's wrong with that. What I don't tolerate is stalking celebrities and ruining their career with useless dating gossips.

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chillaxin 26 days ago 0
26 days ago

In mid typing I realized though that even when a celebrity “reaches out to the press”, it may not necessarily be the celebrity’s choice but their management’s choice which isn’t necessarily good either. That’s what I meant by it being unfortunate that some companies, people, etc., thinking even bad publicity is a good thing because it’s still publicity.


Basically what I am trying to say is that places like Dispatch can’t always miraculously be in the right place at the right time without being fed information at some point. Unfortunately there are times when the information is shared without a celebrity’s knowledge by management, disgruntled former management, questionably behaving family members, former friends seeking 15 minutes of fame, people around them that just have negative intentions for their own personal reasons, etc. Fortunately that isn’t always the case, but it happens. Basically that sometimes leaks come from those they should be able to trust.


I just feel bad that celebrities basically have no privacy in their personal lives. I’m all for them being covered when they choose to interact with media by being interviewed, giving press releases, promoting new projects, etc. I just feel that when it comes to their personal lives (families, relationships, kids, etc.),unless they volunteer the information, it should be off limits.

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Winston 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

The BAD stuff reporting is for the PRESS, Dispatch isnt the press, Dispatch is the Tabloids which is interested in things like celebrities past history in schools, and private life and other bits of information that fans want to know about, like the new house they bought and investments they did and such, issues, If those tabloids only wait to cover bad stuff like DUI or visiting a sleazy bar for example. its too few for them to make a lot of articles i guess. you say its none of our business, but the fact is SUCH news are always listed as "BREAKING" and go to the TOP of the most read articles in every portal, akp or soompi or etc. so i would say there are INTEREST in it. Because even if you say you are not interested, you will still want to click and read what the reporter say about it, adn see if the photos are really them.

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lyricaldancer10 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

That’s asking for too much apparently.

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changminbaby 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

their reputation is ruined not exactly because of dispatch its because knetizens refuse to accept that those celebrities date are we all going to deny that?? knetizens should talk about their own behaviors they make petitions to kick them out and put a lot of pressure that they end up breaking up the prob here is not dispatch its the public.

and dispatch respecting celebrities?? yeah we all wish that but we know its impossible its not just in korea but in all countries celebrities get exposed for dating because its "hot news" but they go through hell because of knetizens in the end because fans there always think that they are going to date, marry their idols ,do they even care about their talent?? if someone who dont look good enough to them try to debut they demand to be kicked out and it happened to girl trainees before, even to RM and jhope when bts debuted and im sure it happened to many people so do they care about talent?? hmmm they are obsessed with good looks and thin figure you see idols having severe diet because of them

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Jun2012 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Why do Netizens blame them when they are the ones that are most hungry for "news" from Dispatch? Please don't lie.

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taichou_san 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Baekhyun's incident when he was a rising star? I remember he received a lot of damage from that." say what? the thing that i remember RECEIVED A LOTS LOTS LOTS OF DAMAGE IS TAEYEON OK not him?

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shh 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

both got a lot of hate; taeyeon because she was dating baekhyun, baekhyun because he was dating

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exo_BAP_snsd 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

tbh, the fact that celebrities' careers get ruined because of dating is the biggest problem here. If people just allowed celebs to date this problem with dispatch wouldn't exist. (but then again, there is the issue of disrespecting privacy so dispatch with their creepy stalking is still shit anyways)

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truthfully 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Imagine having a job, where you get paid to ruin a celebrities career by revealing who they date... not criminal offences, not a DUI, or any other illegal acts but based on who that person loves. How do you live with yourself?

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hiroonakamura 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

the problem isnt dispatch. the problem is that koreans are ok with viewing dating as something horrible when it comes to celebs, especially idols.

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girl_group_love 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

journalistic integrity HA

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00des 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

they're only going for the big stars and not for the little ones as if the big ones are made of steel it's still the same privacy you're taking away of their private lives away unless there's an agreement between both parties with no blackmail... so humane and such angels xD if you make good money and will continue then dont excuse yourself saying you're still half decent by "not touching" the "vulnerable" it doesn't justify anything. It's like when a robber steals to the rich but not the poor so he justifies himself.

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NORM 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Lol, Dispatch should just wear their 'best tabloid' badge with honor. What's this bull on they dont pick rising celebs or rookies? Who are they kidding?

They get most of their fame/profit from breaking news abt big celebs.

The only reason why they dont go after rookies is cos - They are pretty new/nobodies OR Famous rookies are extra careful when they just debut.

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Logan_W 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

So, we try not to cover rising stars or rookies who may stagger from just a single dating scandal."

^^ that line kills me. They literally know exactly what they are doing when they put those articles out. As if they are surprised someone's career tanked or suffered due to "just a single dating scandal" - that's just a load of BS. They literally stalk these people, these human beings, on their off days or off times & secretly photograph them in some of their most intimate & private moments with the sole intention of ousting them & creating chaos within the fandoms & general public. They depend on that often times vile & ridiculous reaction of "fans" to get people to their website, keep people on their articles, & hopefully click on the ads there. They have personally been responsible for causing immense stress & anxiety for these idols, & ultimately have been responsible for the subsequent breakups or actual drops in people's careers due to their articles & they know this. They 100% know what they are doing. Just fucking own up to it. Don't sit there & try & paint yourself as the good guys when their job is to stalk people on their private time & expose them for something as natural as a relationship knowing it will create utter chaos & backlash.

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Winston 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I remember one Celebrity couple Mentioned before he was approached in secret by Dispatch whether they should release the info on his dating or not, (I would like it sounded more like a Threat or blackmail to me), i think the couple decided rather than let dispatch release the info, he went ahead on his SNS, to announce it instead and Spoil Dispatch's article before it was released, and even posted the photos of his dating out.


I guess he felt if its going to be out, he rather let his fans be the first to know then have his fans read about it in another article and benefit that company.

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Rachet 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Or how about not exposing dating rumors at all and rather digging up kind acts done by celebrities? People just love it when celebrities do nice things...

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Kosmo_Lap (Banned) 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Celebs should ban together and pay private investigators to get dirt on the CEO of Dispatch.

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Raven_17 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

They sound like a mafia, I'm pretty sure that they ask for money before they post the "scandal", and if the celebrity refuses to pay they post it (that's how it works in my country, like extortioners).

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T_Jazz 28 days ago 9
28 days ago

I will never for the life of me understand how dating is scandalous. Koreans must be bitter and hateful beings.



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jigsawpuzzle48 28 days ago 3
28 days ago

It's that obsessive sense of ownership netizens feel in regards to public figures. The fans made the artist, they lifted them to fame and so they own their lives. God forbid their Twilight-esque romance may be foiled by the artist actually falling in love with someone else who - possibly - is more successful, talented and beautiful than they are. That is, unless it's with another member of their group, of course. And God forbid they'd like to keep one piece of their lives private and away from the spotlight they stand in almost 24/7. It's not just Korea but a common problem in most of the Asian industry, sadly.

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vpriyajr 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

i guess its worst in japan.. i heard idols have to shave their head if they are caught dating..

i dont think its as serious in china as korea.. luhan is dating openly and even posting pics with her and talks about her.. it might have created an uproar at the beginning but after coming out he is seen dating her publicly were as there is no single news about kai and jennie hanging out together.. i guess in korea even after a couple admits to date they dont post pics together or go to shows.. i guess hyuna is an exception..

thai seems to be very open.. male and female celebs are very friendly with each other and posts pics together on their account even if they are not dating and can openly date as well.. same for india as well..

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fantasticlau 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Do not generalize the whole nation by looking at some delulu fangirls and fanboys.

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T_Jazz 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

If it's not true then why is that term accepted and commonly used by news agencies? It's what they've labeled it.


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chililii 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Disgusting. I understand your emotions, but calling an entire ethnicity "bitter" and "hateful"? The entire reason dating is considered "scandalous" is because of the way idols are portrayed. The idols/company (depending on the perspective) are feeding the fans saying "I will always love only you", and phrases like that- especially boy groups. That's why it is SO much bigger news when idols (especially males) date others celebrities.

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T_Jazz 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

Scary! that people could be this way.


Look at your words: "Idols... are feeding the fans saying 'I will always love only you.'"


Whewww! So, an idol group uttered those words to an audience of somewhere between two and 50 thousand people during a concert performance. Oh wait! It could have been recorded for a television broadcast or dvd promotion, right? That's how many more m/billions of people? How many people does he "only love" or could that ONE person be in the midst of those thousands? LOL How could anything that was promised possibly be a lie? Oops! Polygamy isn't legal in Korea. Because he loves all of those 50,000 fans, he has to date each until he settles on one. That's life! The natural and legal way.


YET dating one or several doesn't stop him from loving his fans. He still enjoys making them happy through his performances. He still relishes their adoration and ₩.


Last words: Jealousy is a sickness. Labeling dating as "scandalous" is malicious. Since it's a commonly accepted practice, the people of the nation are mean (and/or mentally ill). Otherwise, they'd demand that label to be discarded or used only when justifiably appropriate.

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vpriyajr 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

its mostly korean teenagers and sasaengs.. there is a video in asian boss regarding this topic and the general public dont care if the celebs date or not..

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ruben 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

didnt that website the one who made G.Na from CUBE disapears after exposing her HUGE "scandal" without saying he name but giving all the information related to her so poeple knew it was her??

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dahyessi 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

flash news... thanks allkpop you're always keeping us updated

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Arcwindz 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Hmm, a good diplomatic answer, exactly what politician used to get away.

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voidending 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I can't make any money after this'



it's the dough, baby

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Luxorris 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

TMZ says ''Hi''.

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ase 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

i think TMZ shld set up an office there at Korea

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mipcy 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

"Netizens were not amused." Is me.

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nq16 28 days ago 2
28 days ago

aren't these knetz just proving dispatch's point? dispatch are saying they try not to report on rising stars because they would be damaged heavily by their scandal to the point where they wouldn't be able to make money. knetz say Hani, Seolhyun, Jennie, and Baekhyun were all in this category but look at them all now, they're completely fine after their dating scandal went public. so obviously those 4 celebs were strong enough to survive a dating scandal...

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NORM 28 days ago 1
28 days ago

Profit wise they survived, but the hate & attack on their mental being they received during that period was totally unnecessary.

They got way more withdrawn after that mess.

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hiroonakamura 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

false!
seolhyun got more withdrawn after that huge scandal of her and jimin on a gameshow where they fucked up big time.
Jennie hasnt really showed yet if she is going to be more withdrawn or not.
Hani took on variety roles and CFs as usual and is still as open as she usedto be.

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ParktomyJimin 26 days ago 0
26 days ago

at the end of the day, it's immature knetz who can't accept that k-idols are humans who want to fall in love and marry too. They don't understand that and that is the reason their careers fail after scandals. Stop finding someone else to blame and look closer to home maybe??

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Diamond_White 27 days ago 0
27 days ago

The problem is the problem itself.... Can anyone get this?

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sandybee3 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

"The rising stars that they are referring to = rookies that nobody has even heard of so, they will not bring in any money. LOL they won't cover them due to the lack of profits; meanwhile, they are pretending to care for the celebrities"

LOL... had to agree with this one .


But still Dispatch ain't the main problem, it's the immature jealous fans !

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ohohcollinBB 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

They will not cover rookies and rising celebs because there is still a chance that they will become big. If they ruin their career beforehand their chance to expose them when they are big will automatically go away.

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woohyun_wifey 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

suprisingly, i actually kind of agree with knetz this time around..

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zero_red 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Dispatch isnt the real problem tho, it's korean netizens that have a huge problem accepting that person A and B are dating. Dispatch just releases the news and it not even predatory has compared to say American paparazzi, it's just once the news gets out people make the dating the biggest issue on earth and them they start attacking the couple. Baekyeon and taeyeon? That was all fans that made that relationship blow up in smoke

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ase 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

korean celebs should be thankful that they dont have papparazi sites like tmz or dailymotion.

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ShhItsChae 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Bullsh*t that they didn't know what repercussions their articles would have. They are probably being paid off by the companies and those who can't afford it will not be seen as "rising stars".

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Canucks4Life 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

There philosophy could be commended if it were more evenhanded, there bias has led them to go after many up and comers why did they throw the policy to the wind there.

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big_bang_forever 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Loool bullshit

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katiej719 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I like how netizens like to bash Dispatch for the celebrity dating news yet they themselves have also clicked on those very articles... isn't that what fuels Dispatch/ tabloid sites at the very end?? I say keep doing your thing Dispatch! LOL!! I need my tea

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felisa22 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

The irony lol

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SUnknown 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

When you choose to have a career in the public eye these things happen. It's not right but the celebrities know this is going to happen. Besides it's the backward views of their "fans" that ruin their careers, it's not the tabloids. Hollywood celebrities have their dating news published ALL the time, do u see them losing sponsorships or roles? No, its because real fans don't care if their favourite is dating someone. They just want them to be happy!

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whatever101 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

well duh, you don't eat a pig when its a piglet you wait till its older and fat so it tastes better when you finally eat it!!!




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Winston 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I think what Dispatch is saying they wont go after stars whose career will be Destroyed with their scandal news, for EXO Kai, BlackPink Jennie, they probably thought the celebrities have a large fandom that EVEN WITH the scandal released, they will still have enough fans to continue their career, and their agencies are LARGE enough to handle the aftermaths of the scandal, maybe a couple of cancelled fansigns and such wont hurt the agencies as much.

For AOA's Seolhyun, she continues to be popular after the scandal so i dont think finanically she was affected much.

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zedi 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

they just aging them cuz sometime some of them age to some find wine that worth alot

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LaniJ 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

What's wrong with them revealing who celebs are dating? If their careers are so fragile that fans stay around merely because of an unfounded fantasy (that they may end up with the celebrity) then they shouldn't date in the first place but instead wait out until they establish themselves as actors-artists properly.

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BangtanVIP 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

I don't want to be mean but celebrities know what they get into and those newspapers also need to make a living. I dont see the problem with dispatch but rather that dating seems to be a scandal for those k artist which shouldn't be.

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birdofparadise82 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

Lmao they have absolutely no shame. They wanted to ruin Jennie soooo bad, but it didn't work. They're disgusting and no one should believe anything they've said that is stated in this article.

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iBangChan 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

they just now get it???

baek jennie and kai were all exposed when new/rising

its amazing they weren't brought down

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hiroonakamura 28 days ago 0
28 days ago

dispatch - we used to do this...now we don't do that anymore.
Netizens: Well, you did that before so I dont trust you.
Me: Did you not read anything of what dispatch just said you idiot netizens?

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