Lu Fen customized the JIMIN special plane “1hrs to raise 9.85 million funds”!Going against the wind and being dealt with in Operation Qinglang | ETtoday Starlight Cloud | ETtoday News Cloud

September 5, 2021 by archyde

Reporter Wu Mengting / Comprehensive Report

Fans in mainland China should pay a lot of money for their idols. Recently, BTS BTS member JIMIN (real name Park Jimin) Lu Fan raised funds to contract the fuselage, cabin and air tickets of the airline to create a “Park Jimin special plane” for the idol’s birthday next month. Warm life, but the mainland central government drastically implemented the “Clear Bright Action” at the end of last month to rectify the entertainment circle and fan culture (also known as the rice circle culture), which directly caused the fan group that initiated the event to be banned for 60 days!

▲Lu Fen ordered the JIMIN special plane “1hrs to raise 9.85 million funds”. (Picture/Flip from Weibo)

JIMIN’s mainland fan support club “Baidu Park Jimin Bar” recently announced that it was renamed “Park Jimin JIMIN_JMC” due to Operation Qing Lang. They announced on the 1st of this month that the “Park Jimin Plane” in cooperation with South Korea Jeju Air has officially set sail from the entire fuselage. , The cabin and even the air tickets required for the flight are exclusively customized for Park Jimin. There will also be 18,000 in-flight paper cups in the aircraft. The assistance will last for 3 months, as long as it is the Seoul Gimpo-Jeju or Busan-Seoul route. It’s possible to get it.

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And this is only part of the birthday support of “Baidu Park Jimin Bar”. On October 13th, it has already included the American “New York Times” and the British “Times” to publish JIMIN birthday advertisements. The former is still a full-page color advertisement. According to “Baidu Park Jimin Bar”, they paid “unimaginable sky-high advertising fees,” and the preparations took six months.

Lu Fen customized the JIMIN special plane “1hrs to raise 9.85 million funds”!Going against the wind and being dealt with in Operation Qinglang | ETtoday Starlight Cloud | ETtoday News Cloud

▲A schematic diagram of the full-page color advertisement of the “New York Times” announced by Baidu Park Jimin Bar. (Picture/Flip from Weibo)

According to reports, JIMIN Lu Fan started to raise funds in April this year. Baidu Park Jimin Bar raised 1 million yuan (approximately NT$4.3 million) in 3 minutes, and raised more than 2.3 million yuan (approximately NT$9.85 million) in one hour. The news came back to the Korean website, and many fans praised them, “3 months? I want to take a trip to Jeju Island during this time”, “I want to sit”, “The real thing (real appearance) is more beautiful”, “Birthday support I still have to look at Jimin.”

However, this obviously violates “Operation Qinglang”. “Baidu Park Jimin Bar” used to evade search through the homonym of “Orange” emoji “fundraising”. Now after being reported by netizens, “Baidu Park Jimin Bar” was banned on Weibo 60 Tian punishes it and cleans up related illegal posts. Weibo stated that it firmly opposes such irrational star-chasing behavior and will deal with it seriously.

Lu Fen customized the JIMIN special plane “1hrs to raise 9.85 million funds”!Going against the wind and being dealt with in Operation Qinglang | ETtoday Starlight Cloud | ETtoday News Cloud

▲Park Jimin, let’s use the emoji orange instead of sensitive words. (Picture/Flip from Weibo)

Therefore, “Chinese fans raise money for members of the Korean group to customize airplanes to support” and “Park Jimin, let’s be banned.” Today (5) both posted hot searches on Weibo, and Lu netizens scolded, “What you did is really embarrassing,” and “support is comprehensive.” Ban Korea, support Qinglang”, “In extraordinary times, commit crimes against the wind, and ban them well”, and Lu Fan started to report other fans such as BLACKPINK and IZ*ONE Zhang Yuanying’s fan fundraising activities. Park Jimin probably just started.

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Natasha Kumar

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