JYJ member Kim Jae Joong told through the Nighttime Workshop on Naver NOW about the terrible experience of being followed by sasaeng or militant fans for 12 years, or more than half of his career.
Kim Jae Joong said that during his promotion period with his group, many militant fans came to his residence. The fan will send him photos showing the activities in his house.
“I was sent photos of my living room, bedroom and kitchen to my cellphone, and I was in the photo. That means they sneaked into the house, took photos, and left,” the singer of “Tender Love” was quoted as saying. from Soompi, Monday (17/5/2021).
“I don’t know how they got my phone number, but they sent the photos to me,” continued the former member of TVXQ.
Sasaeng Participates in Moving Apartments
When Kim Jae Joong moved into the apartment, the militant fans followed suit. They moved to the building opposite Jae Joong’s apartment on the same floor and were constantly watching him.
“I moved into the house because I like the balcony, but I couldn’t use it because they kept staring at me,” he explained.
The terrible story doesn’t stop there. One day, it was late at night, Jae Joong heard his house bell ring. He checked the intercom but no one was there. Not long after, the bell rang again.
“I checked the intercom again, but there was no one. I was getting scared, so I opened the door and looked outside. But the door was only open about 30 centimeters. When I looked down, I saw someone’s feet,” said Drakor star Protect the Boss. this.
Jae Joong is scared
Out of fear, Kim Jae Joong immediately closed the door, and soon they left, but Jae Joong could hear people running down the emergency stairs. The singer of the song “Bolero” chased and caught him.
“I caught them, and he was one of those people (sasaeng). I thought, ‘This is really outrageous’ and called the police,” he said.
“But the police officer said to me, ‘That is your fan. Fans could come, why did you report it to the police?’,” He continued.
Only Ends After 12 Years
Experiences like this have happened over and over again, until he has to move house every two years and often buys a new car because Sasaeng always recognizes his car and follows him everywhere.
And this bad experience only ended after 12 years. “It does not happen to me again. Now, I do not have to move house anymore and have sold my cars. I am finally free, can even walk on the streets normally lately. I’m very happy,” he concluded.