Here's What BTS' V Thinks About Fans Who Cross The Line And Invade His Privacy

V said, 'We can't rest comfortably.'
PHOTO: V LIVE/BTS

BTS is undeniably one of today’s ~hottest~ K-pop groups around—even K-drama actor Gong Yoo recognized the supergroup’s global impact in a recent interview.

But with the popularity that BTS has gained over the years, it’s a fact that die-hard fans will go to great lengths just to be near their idols.

In a live broadcast on Naver’s livestream service V Live, BTS’ V answered fan questions on December 14, Soompi reported.

Among the things that V talked about in the 37-minute live stream were his newly-permed hair, the countries he would like to visit, and sasaengs—which is defined as obsessive fans who stalk or engage in other behavior that invades the privacy of a Korean idol or public figure.

V shared, “We travel separately on a chartered plane. We also want to take a [regular] plane, but when we have long-distance or short-distance flights, some people find out in advance [which plane] we are taking and sit in the seats in front of us or next to us. In those private spaces, we don't get to relax as much as we want to.”

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He continued, “In a place like that, we can’t rest comfortably. It was very uncomfortable. To be frank with you, we don't want you to do that. It's scary.”

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Watch V's livestream here and don't forget to turn on the subtitles!

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