So-yeon Of Disbanded Group T-ara Stalker Under Police Investigation
A man in his thirties has allegedly been "stalking" singer Park So-yeon of disbanded K-pop girl group T-ara is being investigated on suspicions of trespassing into her apartment building.
According to authorities, the man has been investigated after allegedly entering the apartment building on February 10 at around 10 p.m; where So-yeon lives.
The report said that the suspected stalker entered the building; he rang each door's bell, looking for So-yeon.
Police caught him after they received reports about his actions, while So-yeon was not at home at the time.
So-yeon's agency, Think Entertainment, said she had been a victim of stalking since last year.
Reports said that the stalking started in the first half of last year, the artist has a tough time due to the continued stalking.
Dispatch also reported that this stalker had committed actions such as leaving women's underwear at her home and sending her death threats through direct messages on Instagram. The police will be investigating to validate if the alleged stalker has stalked So-yeon in the past.
"The stalking started early last year. So-yeon has been having a hard time as (the person) kept coming to her building," Think Entertainment, So-yeon's agency, said.
Jiyeon, on the other hand, was receiving death threats.
"Jiyeon has been getting threats on Twitter and Instagram from an unidentified person. We are collecting evidence and have requested police to launch a formal investigation for Jiyeon's safety," the Korea Times reported.
The agency added that it is collecting evidence.
Jiyeon's camp already filed a case with the Seongdong Police Precinct in eastern Seoul.
T-ara is one of the senior South Korean girl groups debuts in 2009. They are known for their upbeat tracks and catchy lyrics such as "Bo Peep Bo Peep" and "Roly Poly" Not only in South Korea, T-ara also made their mark in the international music scene and gained many fans worldwide.