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In Doha, Qatar, there is a controversy that an illegitimate fan visited the accommodation where the national soccer team, which participated in the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, stayed and violated their privacy.
On the 16th, on social media (social network services) such as X (X, old Twitter), an illegitimate fan A shared a series of posts that he took pictures with Son Heung-min and Hwang Hee-chan at the Doha Hotel in Qatar, where the national team is staying.
A posted a message saying, "Players open their hotels and don't control them properly, so the pictures go too far, congratulations." He also posted photos such as certifying the autographs he received directly from the players and taking selfies with the players in the elevator in the hotel where the players are staying.
"It's weird to say that I haven't seen you take off your body after the exercise," he wrote along with phrases such as "The player who wanders at the hotel will sleep."
He wrote, "I think the players and staff are all caught in the elevator on the floor, but do you really think the players will like it if they do that?" and added, "This is not right. Protect the players."
The post caused controversy over "infringement of personal life" as it spread to social media and online communities. Upon hearing this, Internet users responded, "It seems that real protection is needed," and "It seems that there is no protection at all because we cannot have multiple members of the Korea Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives in every player."
When the controversy did not subside, A commented, "I made this because I was short-thinking," and added, "I will be careful and cheer carefully from now on."
Saturday, January 20, 2024