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Bye bye~ I don’t need ignorant followers.
I am posting about the tragedy in Korea because I want my followers to see what is happening in Korea, to see the loyalty of one country in situations like this, to make them pray for the families and the victims, to honor the ones who gave up their life for the others.
Yes, anon you’re right.
A lot of people really doesn’t care about this and that’s actually sad. But most of what you see here on tumblr isn’t acted.
And don’t tell me ”Korea makes a big deal of something like this” and ”the world doesn’t stop turning”.
THIS is the cultural difference between Korean fans and international fans.
A lot of International fans doesn’t know how it is when a whole country cries because of a tragedy that is happening there. most of this fans live in a country where everything continues when something like this happens. They aren’t used to this.
They think ”Why do the Koreans care about this that much?”
That’s called ”respect”
But Korean fans aren’t complaining…They collect money and buy hot packs, hot drinks and food for the people who are waiting for their loved ones.
Parents are crying because their child might suffer right now or in the worst case they are dead.
Some of the students might be fans of the Idol groups. How can they continue promoting knowing one of their fans might be one of the students/victims that are still missing?
Do you even know the pain of loosing a family member, a friend or someone you looked up to?
If yes, then you should show a bit respect to this families.
It was the right thing to cancel the music shows and the schedules of the Idols.
Some countries and people should really take Korea as an example for respect.
I’m assuming that the majority of people here on Tumblr are native of the US… If this anon is from the US, he/she forgets that they have had their own tragedies and its fucking devastating to lose people in accidents or natural disasters. I’m generalizing, and i don’t want to offend other people, but i can’t stand seeing this kind of things… Even if this anon is from France, London, Spain, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Germany or wherever it is, i want it to remind him/her, that this thing could have happen to someone he/she knows or to a beloved one.
And it’s disrespectful as fuck to point out your fanatism towards a group that, maybe, its grieving to the loss of their people (adding to this: maybe one of our beloved idols actually knowed some people in that ship, so, i hope this anon stays calm with it concience after saying such stupid statement)
i want to do my eyebrows like kiko mizuhara lol
Aside from the childish fans who do not see the severity of the situation as they are clouded by the love for their idols (in a very wrong way). It is extremely heartwarming to see how Kpop has brought so many of us together. International fansites and Kfansites working together, donating items (under their idols’ names or not) to the survivors and updating us as much as they can on the rescue efforts, despite the nature of their accounts. Putting their initial aim of promoting idols on halt and giving their full attention to everyone on board, Sewol. It really touches me. This is beyond kpop, beyond music, beyond fandoms. We are not as divided as we think we are and there’s good in all of us.
We are all hurting for South Korea right now ❤️