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"I understand and am grateful for your love, but I would like to ask you not to come to my home," Yong Hwa wrote."My parents were shocked when they [fans] visited me over the Chuseok holiday." Chuseok is a traditional Korean holiday, and began on Sept. During Chuseok, most people in South Korea have off from work, and spend time with their family.
But none of them as a woman, but as a little sister or as a friend. But I must say that among my friends, I have a secret passion.Yong Hwa debuted with CNBLUE in 2009, and rose to fame both as a singer and as an actor. This is a page where you can submit your opinions/confessions about CNBLUE.But I have to say that I feel really embarrassed when I see other Boices bashing shippers.K-Population is an online store that sells all things Asian, from K-pop merchandise to Korean fashion to cute asian gadgets. Check us out on Tumblr/FB or contact AFF user Aishmin for more info! Most of the time, I'm busy working and I do not have the time to have fun as I wanted to. And I was happy with this fashion, at le When they’re still young, they deeply fell for each other, but his frivolous, careless and cowardice deeply hurt her. "I'm sorry." The moment i heard sorry, i know its over now.All of the recorded material is then played in front of the participants, MCs, and audience who add commentary or clarification.
Beginning with a Lunar New Year's Special in 2009 with three new couples, a new format is introduced into the show, first forecasted through the addition of Kangin and Lee Yoon-ji.
Numerous K-pop idols in the past have struggled with fans overreaching into their private life.
In 2013, "SNL Korea" addressed the situation with a comic sketch, particularly highlighting the intense fans devoted to SM Entertainment boy group EXO.
After making his polite request, Yong Hwa also wished his fans a good night.
The K-Pop Herald reported that Yong Hwa has continuously faced similar problems from so-called "sasaeng" fans, or the intense fans who invade the private lives of celebrities.
Jung Yong Hwa, the lead vocalist of K-pop band CNBLUE, took to Twitter on Wednesday to ask fans to respect the privacy of his family and not visit his family phone.