In an unexpected turn of events, Irene and Seulgi from K-pop group Red Velvet were unable to witness Beyoncé's concert from her "Renaissance" world tour in London this past weekend, a disappointment that left their fans feeling empathetic.
BTS member Jungkook recently expressed his distress over being targeted by extreme fans who go as far as invading his privacy, including food delivery "attacks." Sadly, he's not the only one. Idols from TWICE, EXO, and SEVENTEEN have also faced harm from these so-called fans, whose behaviors leave us questioning whether they should be called fans at all.
Three years after a controversy surrounding her attitude led to a career hiatus, Red Velvet's Irene, a top visual of K-pop's 3rd generation, has made an impressive return to the advertising world. Recently, the Indonesian cosmetic brand Azarine named Red Velvet as their ambassador, featuring Irene and her fellow group members in a new ad campaign. Despite her extended absence, Irene's flawless beauty and exceptional aura continue to captivate audiences.