A popular Korean cheerleader publicly asked her stalkers to stop and posted a picture of them on her Instagram.
Lee Da Hye, a popular cheerleader for the baseball team Kia Tigers, is famous for her resemblance to Red Velvet’s Irene.
On the evening of May 5, the cheerleader uploaded to her Instagram story a picture of her stalkers huddled around a car.
Lee Da Hye captioned her story with a stern warning.
Please stop. You guys are looking for my parking decals on the car to find my address and phone number. What is this? I have other pictures with your faces clearly shown. I hope you are embarrassed and don’t act as if you know me again. Please respect boundaries.
—Lee Da Hye
In the picture, the men are surrounding her car, looking for her phone number and other private information such as what apartment she lives in.
Often in Korea, due to the lack of parking spots, drivers will double-park behind cars and leave their phone numbers on their windshield for blocked drivers.