BELIFT States Fan Etiquette Rules For ENHYPEN After Airport Incident
On September 26, BELIFT LAB released a statement about fan etiquette after an incident with ENHYPEN at the airport.
Earlier that day, the members of the upcoming boy group ENHYPEN arrived at Gimpo Airport in Seoul upon their return from a work event on Jeju Island. At the airport, the members were swarmed by a crowd of fans taking photos and attempting to get close, blocking the members’ movements.
In the fan etiquette guidelines posted on Weverse, BELIFT stated that fans were prohibited from visiting private locations, stalking the artists, selling or buying the artists’ personal information, taking photos or videos without permission, interfering with artists’ schedules, and assuming false identities to avoid bans or legal action.
Specific examples of prohibited behavior includes visiting work locations that have not been made public; visiting private spaces like the company office, practice studio, and the artists’ dorms; acquiring personal information, including flight information; stalking the artists and their family members; recording the artists in the aforementioned private spaces; refusing to comply with instructions from agency staff; blocking the artists from engaging in work or entering their vehicles; and following them in vehicles.
ENHYPEN is an upcoming boy group formed through the Mnet competition show “I-LAND.” It will be produced by BELIF+, a joint venture between CJ ENM and Big Hit Entertainment.
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