Four Chinese fans bought first-class cabin to chase Han Xing and got off the plane to refund the full amount after meeting his idol.

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 Four Chinese fans bought first-class cabin to chase Han Xing and got off the plane to refund the full amount after meeting his idol.


Yesterday, the Korean media broke the news about a Sao operation by Chinese fans:

Allegedly, four Chinese fans, in order to catch up with the stars, first bought first-class tickets on the same class as their idols, and after meeting their idols successfully, suddenly asked to get off the plane and refund them in full. And they succeeded...

However, 360 passengers on board were forced to re-check and flights were seriously delayed.

Screenshots of Korean Media Report

A Korean Airlines flight carrying 360 passengers is scheduled to fly from Hong Kong to Seoul on Saturday, the Korea Times reported. Four Chinese fans on board suddenly asked to get off the plane before taking off, which caused a serious delay in the flight.

The four were allegedly fans of a Korean idol group and boarded with slogans. Members of the idol group are expected to take the flight back to Seoul after attending an Asian Music Festival in Hong Kong last Friday. The four fans purchased two first class tickets, one business class ticket and one economy class ticket in order to get close contact with their idols.

Reported that after members of the idol group boarded the plane, four people ignored the flight attendants warning and surrounded the idols seat. Then, just before the plane was about to take off, they suddenly asked to get off the plane and asked for a refund of the ticket.

Reported that according to aviation regulations, even if one person disembarked before take-off, for safety reasons, all passengers on the plane have to disembark and re-pass security checks. Despite repeated reminders from flight attendants, the four men insisted on getting off the plane. This forced more than 300 passengers on board to get off the plane and undergo safety checks again, which delayed the flight for more than an hour.

Reported that the four people received a full refund. Three mainlanders and one Hong Kong citizen are in their 20s.

After the Korean Mens Orchestra concert, the staff woke up the fans: Its time to return to reality.

Korean Bomb-proof Youth League held its Asian tour concert at Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium in Taipei on Dec. 8 and 9, 2008. On the evening of Dec. 9, microblogger Amy in exchange for Mary released a video of the concert break-up. In the video, the staff held a small trumpet to persuade fans to return to reality and roar! Im going to go back and write my paper for the exam! Be praised lovely by netizens.