Award-winning director Baek Jong-Yul, known as Baik, and critically acclaimed fashion photographer Hong Jang-Hyun, who has worked with BTS, were violently attacked. on their personal Instagram account by the solo stan fans of Jungkook, who were dissatisfied with the screen time he got. The hostile comments included many unsubstantiated statements and ѕєχual harαssment along with a series of vile comments.
Hong Jang-Hyun has worked with some of the industry’s most famous faces around the world. He had to close his Instagram Direct Messages because some of BTS Jungkook’s akgaes haräṩṩed and considered him to be the place to vent his anger for providing “unsatisfactory” content about Jungkook. BTS’s agency only promotes group projects with different appearances for each member. These shots are almost equally divided of screen time for each member, soṃệẗḧing that some of his solo stans just can’t tolerate.
Baik has teamed up with BTS for their Kloud beer commercial and posted the director’s cut on his SNS, which he later had to remove due to so many solo stans dissatisfied with images and screen time focusing on V. The production company has repeatedly received harαѕѕing calls from some Jimin akgaes and the other members’ solo stan fans especially dislike V.
In both cases above, both the director and the photographer were accused of gathering better photos of BTS V, and the idol was mocked. Idol hatred is not limited to online threats of äṩṩociations; some hate blogs were created on DC inside to express their disgust.
The hate campaign was surprisingly motivated by mäṩṩive Twitter update accounts, who updated each member’s chart data, made many fans becomeJungkook’s solo stans and hated the other members for equal screen time.
Army is worried about the behavior of each member’s anti-fans harαssing the people that BTS works with. This has a major negative effect on the image of global boy groups and fans fear that no one will be willing to work with them as they may be subject to cyberattacks.