Jang Miiane calls out fan for calling
After an unknown fan of hers tried to call her late at night, actor Jang Miiane took to social media to express her anger.
On Monday, Jang uploaded a screen capture to Instagram showing that someone had called her four times at 9 p.m. using the Instagram video call function. “I know you’re a fan, but I think you were over the line calling me at this time of the night,” wrote Jang. “If you keep doing things like this, I’ll block you and take other measures.”
On Nov. 15, Jang uploaded a post through which she revealed that an unidentified person had asked her if she would, “like a long-term high-price sponsor.”
Yet, it seems like she’s not particularly comfortable with the attention she’s getting from the public, especially the media, after the incident.
“Dear reporters, stop using me please,” Jang wrote Monday afternoon. “I know that you’re making money by writing about me, but I feel like a fool because I’ve never done anything. I have never asked you to write about me. I’ll say hello when I’m back with more work.”
Loco set to join police in February
Rapper Loco will begin his mandatory military service as a conscripted police officer in February.
The 29-year-old rapper will be reporting for duty on Feb. 7 as he passed the test to serve as a conscripted police officer instead of as a soldier in the army.
A rapper and music producer, Loco rose to fame after winning the first season of cable channel Mnet’s hip-hop survival show, “Show Me The Money” in 2012 and has remained active in music ever since.
His hit songs include “Hold Me Tight” (2015), “We Are” (2017), “Don’t,” released in June and, most recently, “It Takes Time,” which dropped in October.
By Yoon So-yeon