Super Junior's Heechul has spoken out about how peoples' hateful comments have affected his life over the years. See what he says...
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18 Feb 2015 - 11:42 AM  UPDATED 18 Feb 2015 - 11:51 AM

Super Junior’s Heechul has taken to Instagram to express how malicious comments left on his personal social networking accounts affect his life. 

Heechul begins, “While looking at the comments haha… I see some not good and ridiculous comments. That’s why I don’t read comments.”

He continues, “Although I have a lot to say, I am old enough to at least look like I have matured, so I will hold back. Human beings are weird. Let’s say there are 100 supporters and only 1 insulters. But that 1 person always bothers me. Whether it is on the Internet or in the reality.. Maybe it is my greed to want be loved by everyone, or my anger, I am still confused. In relation to my personality, it’s probably closer to the latter.”

Heechul then recalls a time when he had to deactivate his accounts. He continues, “When I left Twitter and started Instagram, I pondered a lot because I too have caused a lot of issue and controversy through my SNS… Then I suddenly thought ‘Let’s just think of this as a place where I play with my fans who likes me.’ That’s why I stopped writing anything related to the society or stories that may cause controversy like when I used mini-hompi and Twitter. This.. is that once time passes good is good and I just want live with smiles.”

Heechul ends his post with an important message for perpetrators, "Everyone smile. It may be thrilling to insult others, but there is no bigger happiness than smiling and enjoying your life. Have a fun happy new year and don’t forget your safety belt.”

Source: Newsen, translations by Koreaboo