In recent days, Jungkook from the famous boy group BTS faced some fans who invaded his privacy after photos of the idol on a night out with friends Mingyu from SEVENTEEN and Cha Eunwoo from ASTRO in Busan were published and went viral on social media.
The Golden Maknae of BTS traveled with his friends and genre partners in the music industry to Busan, however this trip was supposed to be private, since in addition to being a celebrity the idol is also a human being who wants to have private moments with family and friends.
However, what was not expected is that shortly after the photos of the moments that the idol lived with his friends would be leaked and shared on social networks by his fans, this being something that the South Korean did not like at all, so he confronted those who had invaded his privacy in a recent a podcast.
The photos and videos of Jungkook on a night out, in the company of SEVENTEEN’s Mingyu and ASTRO’s Cha Eunwoo, were recently leaked, the original page that had leaked them wrote in their post that these images were private and that idols did not wanted it to be shared on social networks, but the opposite happened.
For his part, Jungkook in his most recent episode of the podcast ‘Stationhead‘ confronted those who had shared the images: “I went to eat something delicious in Busan with my friends. I was going to go quietly, but again someone had already posted it… “, to which his fans began to apologize for the direct culprits.
Jungkook @ Stationhead #10
🐰 I went (to Busan) with my friends to have delicious food. I wanted to go and come back quietly but once againnnnn, someone uploaded/posted about it.. pic.twitter.com/GF1UzJXeEx
— 로메달콤뀨🌙 (slow) (@lovemazejikook) August 29, 2023