Han SeoHee Plans to Open an Online Shop Selling Feminist Goods

An ex-drug mate of TOP, Han SeoHee plans to open an online shopping mall selling Feminis goods.

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Han SeoHee, a trainee girl preparing for idol debut, has been a hot potato lately, starting from doing drugs with TOP of BIG BANG to fighting with her anti-fans through her social media about being a feminist. Though the public opinion on her seems to be overall, negative, there are people who support her. Those who support her, claim themselves to be “feminist” fighting for women’s rights and think Han SeoHee’s way of expression is justified and logical.

Han SeoHee was involved in another controversy recently with actor Yoo AhIn. The two has been fighting on SNS publicly, about which feminism is the right one. Fans of Yoo AhIn were disappointed by this incident for he did not react wisely but used feminism as his way of boasting. Along with the controversy with the famous actor, Han SeoHee dropped another bomb for herself. 

She posted on her SNS, asking to support her financially on opening an online shopping mall selling “feminist goods.” However, it turned out that it was against the law to be sponsored or get financial aid while being on trial. Soon, she apologized for her abrupt actions and told people to send them their account number so that she can send back their money. The misuse of feminism has been arising issue along with the incident Han SeoHee has been making. 

She is currently known to be preparing for debut as an idol but nothing official is said. 

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Park Bom Brings Up Drug Issue And Her Plan To Comeback On Instagram Live

“I didn’t do  that. I didn’t.” Park Bom denied the drug rumor on her Instagram live.

Park Bom, who is the former member of 2NE1, communicated with fans on Instagram live on August 3rd. She talked, wearing sleeveless shirt and lying on the bed. Park Bom said, “I am considering if I can do reality program of mine for 24 hours, just like “2NE1 TV“.” “2NE1 TV” was the reality program which was broadcasting in 2009 on Mnet, filming 2NE1 members’ daily lives. The reality program Park Bom mentioned seems to mean her intention to reveal her daily life through SNS live channel. Also she confessed she really wants to comeback and drop a new song. 

She revealed the reason why she started Instagram live, “to clear up misunderstanding so far” and “Because articles related to myself are totally not true.”. She didn’t mentioned what ‘articles’ relevant to what issue exactly, however she emphasized, “I really didn’t do that. I definitely didn’t!” again and again. Park Bom got the suspension of booking on her suspicion to bring in amphetamin in 2010.



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Jay Park Warns Koreaboo About Drug Scandal

Jay Park was pissed off about Koreaboo’s wrong use of his and Dok2’s photos on the drug scandal on its purpose to get lots of netizen’s attentions!! 

On Nov 21, the Koreaboo, one of the hottest K-pop web portal in North America, released the erroneous drug scandal on its web page. The controversy was the photo they used for the report. The pictures of Jay Park and Dok2, never related to the scandal, were on the head of the article, and this has led great anger aroused among the numerous fans of those hot musicians.

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On the next day, Jay officially expressed his uncomfortable feeling about it and criticized the Koreaboo’s distorted way of gathering netizen’s clicks on his twitter.

@koreaboo so yall just gon use me and dok2’s pic like that when you know it aint’s us? Lol desperate for clicks huh?” by Jay Park’s twitter.koreaboo jaypark

 A lot of his fans supported him and, further, encouraged him to sue the website. No legal action seems going to happen, but the Koreaboo soon displaced the article to avoid possible conflicts any more. This case might be a good lesson for many hit-begging K pop web portals.