K-netizens React To NCT’s International Fans Sending Boycott Truck To Starbucks In Korea

On the morning of June 1st, photos showing a protest truck in front of Starbucks stores in Korea spread widely on social media and in online communities, including theqoo. 

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It is known that an NCT fanbase in Indonesia sent the truck on behalf of international fans to voice their protest against NCT’s collaboration with Starbucks.


Starbucks is known to be among the companies that are boycotted by the majority of people around the world as they finance the intense genocide in Palestine. 

The message on the truck said, “We do not want NCT or any of SM artists to associate or promote Starbucks or any companies that are financing genocide in Palestine. Please take note of our concerns”.

Original post: Thepoo

In response, netizens in theqoo commented:

– Instead of hiring a truck, it is more practical to donate the money to help people in Palestine

– International fans are so annoyingㅋㅋㅋ

– What’s wrong with them? Why didn’t they send it to SM? Don’t obstruct other people’s businesses 

– Please use that money to donate

– What’s the point of sending the truck to the Korean stores? Why don’t you guys send it to Starbucks headquarters in the US?

– You may get sued for obstructing business…

– But isn’t Starbucks in Korea owned by Sinsegae?