Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice has long been stalked by an obsessive fan from Germany. Photo: Getty Images
Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice has long been stalked by an obsessive fan from Germany. Photo: Getty Images
Tamar Herman
Opinion

Opinion

Tamar Herman

With the return of Nayeon from Twice’s stalker, it’s time for K-pop companies to take more action against obsessive fans

  • Last week, a German fan and long-term stalker of Nayeon reportedly posted on social media that he would be heading to South Korea to try and meet the star
  • As long as K-pop labels continue to let such behaviour slide and promote one-sided relationships between stars and fans for financial gain, they are to blame

Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice has long been stalked by an obsessive fan from Germany. Photo: Getty Images
Nayeon of K-pop girl group Twice has long been stalked by an obsessive fan from Germany. Photo: Getty Images
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