JYJ’s Jaejoong has expressed his disappointment and discontent over the behaviour of certain fans after returning to Korea.
The 27-year-old singer took to Twitter to expose the allegedly "negligent behaviour" he witnessed after arriving at Seoul's Incheon International Airport on April 14.
He tweeted: "Came back to Korea feeling good, but while it's all well and good to be enthused with taking photos like journalists at the airport, if you see an elderly woman or man fall over you should help them! Or worse, if it’s your fault then shouldn't you apologise?
"Instead of checking whether your photos came out right, should you not perhaps check if the elderly lady wasn’t your own grandmother?"
It's not the first time the singer has attempted to set unruly fans straight. In March 2012, the singer and JYJ bandmate Yoochun were accused by Korean tabloid Dispatch of shouting, swearing and even hitting "sasaeng" fans (Korean for unhealthily obsessed).
The JYJ star’s return to Korea follows the conclusion of his solo Asia Your, My and Mine tour during which he visited Thailand, China, and Hong Kong, finishing with a final concert in Taiwan on April 13.