Super Junior was once stolen and sold by their manager
Super Junior’s Yesung recently shared a story about how he caught a thief at his dorm in the past.
On the latest episode of the reality show “My Little Old Boy” that aired, Super Junior – the group that will celebrate their 17th debut anniversary this year joined in and shared some interesting stories. The members recalled the time when they lived together in the dorm.
Member Yesung recounted an incident in the past when he caught a thief in their dorm. The male idol said: “Previously, the members’ belongings kept disappearing. I’m a sensitive person and sleep well, so when I heard a noise, I woke up and saw the manager rummaging through the members’ belongings.“.
He then said that he saw the manager walking out the door with a lot of things in his hand in a state of extreme panic. The two of them got into a fight and Yesung tried to call leader Leeteuk down to help.
Due to Yesung’s urgent request, Leeteuk, then living on the 12th floor, rushed down. Leeteuk said: “Then he looked at me with a blank look. He plopped on the floor and said please don’t let anyone know about this“.
In the extremely tense atmosphere, Super Junior’s leader thought that the manager might go to the kitchen and take out a knife, so he stood in front in case something bad happened.
This manager secretly stole a lot of the members’ belongings and piled them up and sold them for money.
Lee Teuk even surprised everyone by saying that among the many items that the manager stole, there were also items like watches or scarves that fans gave to Kyuhyun.
Super Junior is currently one of the longest active groups Korean pop. They debuted in 2005, are the legendary 2nd gen group and have a strong fan base of Korean showbiz.
According to VietNamNet
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