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Fans Of NCT Dream Under Fire For ‘Breaking Rules’ In Recent Offline Concert!

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Oct 31, 2021 05:27 AM EDT
NCT DREAM

Recently on the 30th of October, the offline concert, K-Pop in Suncheon, occurred and the event had performances from TXT, Brave Girls, OH MY GIRL, Hot Issue, BTOB, AB6IX, and NCT Dream.

In the event, some specific fans of NCT Dream were called out. In a post started in an online community, it was revealed that on the online broadcast the performances of the other idols had fans that were in order and were not obstructing views.

But during NCT Dream's performance, the front of the stage was suddenly crowded by NCT fans and some of the NCTzens were even blocking the view.

Proof of this was also posted as some photos were posted in the event showing a lot of NCT Dream fans were standing on stools, barricades, or chairs to get a better view. Furthermore, other fans were holding huge cameras.

This also made netizens worry as COVID-19 health regulations should still be followed such as social distancing protocols.

In the uploaded photographs, seats were kept 1m apart from each other due to social distancing. But a lot of fans ignored the seating area and crowded near the stage which was absurd as there were no mosh pit areas for the offline concert.

Other fans were even more upset as the NCTzens in the event caused them to not enjoy the concert. The specific fan noted that they had front row seats but due to people illegally crowding between the front row and the stage, their view was completely covered.

The organizers for the K-Pop in Suncheon event have not yet released any statement regarding the situation.

But after the reports, K-pop fans are more worried as this could once again lead to further restrictions on offline concerts.

Stay tuned for more news and updates regarding your favorite K-pop artists!

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