Open Letter to Infamous CiaoCiao Anti

January 27, 2009 at 4:22 pm 10 comments

By now, most people know about the whole “f-u” incident. If not, click on this link and read the comments.

I’m not very serious on this site, but I’m going to take a moment to say some serious things regarding it.

1) I know who you are, infamous CiaoCiao anti. I know that you’re 13 and that you live in Toronto, Canada. Actually, I know a lot more, but for the sake of your privacy, I shall leave further details out. If you’re wondering how I figured it out, it’s called Google.

2) When I first received your comment, I thought it was the funniest thing I had ever read in my entire life. However, after finding out more about you, your comment became extremely sad.

You need to understand that what is written on Seoulbeats is for entertainment purposes only. It’s a place where people get updated on their favorite Korean celebrities, share some laughs, and get away from the seriousness of their daily lives. However, when you start taking Seoulbeats seriously, then you lose touch with reality.

Yes, I am guilty of making fun of celebrities. Is that a crime? Is it a crime to NOT worship the ground they walk on? Stop taking it so seriously and move on with your life. K-pop and entertainment in general is supposed to relieve stress from your life, NOT add onto it more.

3) Your devotion to G-Dragon is concerning. You need to realize that you’re not dating him, you’re not going to marry him, and most of all, he doesn’t even know who you are. I don’t know if anyone’s told you this, but you need a cold splash of reality. While it’s admirable that you defend him, he doesn’t care, or know for that matter. Plus, he doesn’t even read Seoulbeats, so why does it matter?

I stand behind all my comments about G-Dragon. It’s called having an opinion. You can agree or disagree. If you think my comments are harsh, clearly you have never visited American/British gossip news sites or read comments left on Korean cyworlds/message boards.

4) Initially, I wanted to slap the sh*t out of you. How could ANYONE be so disrespectful?! Do you treat others around you like this too? Did your parents raise you to act like this? If they found out about what you did, do you think that they would be proud? Yes, you get to hide behind the cloak of anonymity on the internet, but that shouldn’t signal you to go postal and write a matrix of “f-u” on someone’s personal site. If you couldn’t hide behind the internet, would you still be able to scream such profanity in my face? You don’t even use that kind of offensive language in your everyday life so why did you feel that it was okay to use it on me? Why do you hate me? You don’t even know me.

You don’t even realize the consequence of your actions. These same type of scandals happened in Korea (Choi Jin Young, Star King ELF incident). What if I took to heart what you wrote committed suicide over this?! You’re probably thinking, “Whatever, go die”, but do you realize that you’d have a dead person on your hands? An entire life is gone just because of a few words you said towards a person you don’t even know. Can your conscience handle that?

After I found out about you, I just felt so sad for you. You’re in love with someone who doesn’t even know you exist, and you insecurely take your frustration out on me (who by the way is innocent in all of this!!!).

I don’t know, it’s hard trying to reason with a 13 year-old. You’re going through puberty, your hormones are raging, and you’re dealing with middle school drama, so you’re probably going to roll your eyes, and all of this grown-up talk is going to fall flat.

All I ask is that you THINK BEFORE you act next time and realize the impact you may have on someone’s life, whether it be positive or negative. Seeing as we deal with so much hardship in this world today (economic recession, wars, inability to afford healthcare, etc.), I suggest that you channel your energy towards something positive and contribute something good/valuable to society.

The ironic part is, I’m actually a Big Bang/G-Dragon fan, and for all you know, we might have become friends had it not been for this incident.


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10 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Yaleni  |  January 27, 2009 at 4:40 pm

    I love that 2nd to last paragraph.
    so very true….

  • 2. shaine  |  January 28, 2009 at 7:33 am

    LOL i love your rebuttal, i dont know whats the incident about, but i shall go and read it now. šŸ˜€

  • 3. Bella  |  January 28, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    My youngest sister is going on 13, so I know their full of emotions and troublesome thoughts. For everyone’s sake, just let it end here.

  • 4. penny  |  January 28, 2009 at 5:40 pm

    the internet can be a very scary place..people these days need to take a chill pill and not take everything so serious..even though this is my first time visiting your page i know what you mean i read some of the things being said in these kpop sites and i’m thinking to myself “are these people serious” its a post get over it..i get what you’re saying but the sad truth is that the 13 year old won’t even give a shit..she’ll probably hate you more..oh well what can you do right?

  • 5. susho  |  January 29, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    she/ he is 13 they’re young…
    forgive and forget
    be the bigger person and walk away from this
    knowing you didn’t stupe to their level by keep on bringing up this topic
    cuz you stand by what you wrote because its your opinion bias as it may be it’s yours ^^ and that itself should be respected
    know that alot people enjoy reading your posts and find them fun and amusing =]
    keep up the good work =D

  • 6. moonynim  |  January 30, 2009 at 3:05 am

    “The ironic part is, Iā€™m actually a Big Bang/G-Dragon fan, and for all you know, we might have become friends had it not been for this incident.”

    Well said dear, well said.

  • 7. Veronin  |  January 30, 2009 at 9:33 pm


  • 8. :DD  |  February 1, 2009 at 3:22 am

    Weell said, i love big bang myself & other great groups but lol i find blog like this funny and entertaining and i don’t mind ! BUT i hate people “FANS” that go abit overboard like GROW UP..whooops i forgot the girl only 13. People just gotta learn to laugh at things, it’s just someone opinion ! well keep up the good work

  • 9. kjpop  |  February 1, 2009 at 7:09 pm

    Oh, gotta love the fans that become emotionally attached to their favorite artists. Seriously, people like that make writing the things we do AWESOME ā¤

  • 10. g-ye shipper  |  February 8, 2009 at 6:50 am

    lol. no wonder you diss heechul eventhough you’re a suju fan. it’s just pure entertainment, right?

    this girl really need to see the psychiatrist. even i’m not that bad when i was 13.

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