Although Leeteuk ask to be discharge quietly many journalists still came to try to get coverage of him discharging. After unable to get a coverage of his return many journalists wrote negative articles about him. These are some images of a Journalist chasing after his car.
Source: TV Report via Nate
1. [+300, -22] He said he wasn’t going to have a discharge ceremony, why are the journalists complaining just because they went where they weren’t invited and didn’t get what they wanted? Now they’re putting up all these bait articles with negative titles so he gets hate. This is why you’re called trash journalists.
2. [+263, -24] This is called revenge journalism. Journalists don’t get what they want at events or airports so they make up negative article titles and claim they were late or whatever when it was all because of explainable reasons like traffic or the fault of the hosts. Journalists putting up petty revenge articles like this just because they weren’t allowed to take pictures shows exactly like Kim Min Joon put up his finger to them.
Super Junior’s leader, Leeteuk will be discharged from South Korea’s mandatory military service on the 29th of July.
After having enlisted in the military on October 30th of 2012, Leeteuk will be completing his full mandatory enlistment period on the 29th of July, 2014.
SM Entertainment announced on the 25th of July that Leeteuk will be discharged quietly, without any interviews or events for reporters or fans this coming 29th, and that it was Leeteuk’s personal request for this quiet discharge.
Thus, SM Entertainment requested that reporters and fans acknowledge and respect Leeteuk’s decision.
credit to: http://blog.koreaboo.com/post/92823877648/super-juniors-leeteuk-requests-to-be-discharged-from