A netizen uploaded a handwritten letter on Nate Pann under the title, “I’m sorry. I’m writing a letter of apology to SEVENTEEN and LE SSERAFIM…”, drawing keen attention.
In the letter, this person said, “I wrote bad things about SEVENTEEN and LE SSERAFIM in Nate Pann and posted malicious comments. I know I shouldn’t do that, but I was swept away by the bad thoughts without realizing it. I accidentally did that to release stress from exams. I’m a fan of a HYBE group. I’m originally not that kind of a person. I’m really sorry even though this may sound like an excuse”.
They continued, “I would like to apologize to SEVENTEEN and LE SSERAFIM who might have been hurt by my behaviors. I’ll leave Nate Pann after making this post. I won’t post malicious comments again. Everything I wrote in Pann is false and I sincerely regret doing it”, adding “I’m still a student so please take it into consideration. I already deleted all the posts and comments. I’m very sorry. I won’t do that again”.
Seeing the letter, other netizens commented:
– You should acknowledge your mistake, not ask for leniency just because you’re a student
– Wow, HYBE is really working hardㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
– Even if you write this to Pledis, they won’t care. If you’re really a normal student, you wouldn’t make malicious comments like that. Being a student is not an absolute excuse
– Just a few days ago, you posted photos of SEVENTEEN’s faces and criticized them… Why are you so pathetic right now? You won’t benefit from that and you will just end up wandering around the police station shamefully after causing trouble on your own. I really hope people like you get punished without leniency
– Even if you write an apology letter, Pledis won’t care. You made a lot of posts criticizing idols, but in your letter, you said you are normally not like that? No, you’re exactly that kind of a person. You hid behind an anonymous account, wrote slandering posts, and claimed to be a student. I don’t think you’re a student so just wait to get punished. I hope this hit your parents’ wallets or leave some kind of record…
Source: Nate Pann