most kpop fans are insecure ,have low self esteem ...?

  • do you think so ? i often see kpop fans saying that they think they are not as 'worthy' ,'attractive ' ,not on 'same level ' etc in comparison to kpop idols.


    is it so bad if you are not a celebrity?i am not a celebrity but people still like me and donate money to me :whatr:

  • Don't call me out like that :waterr:


    Yeah there are a good chunk of kpop fans with really low self esteem (me included) but I'd say at least nearly as many are super confident

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  • do you think so ? i often see kpop fans saying that they think they are not as 'worthy' ,'attractive ' ,not on 'same level ' etc in comparison to kpop idols.


    is it so bad if you are not a celebrity?i am not a celebrity but people still like me and donate money to me :whatr:

    people donate money to you like are you a streamer or something - good for you


    I think its the comparison of how they are compared to their idol favs because remember a lot of fans are under the illusion that the idol could be their gf/bf etc so they use terms like i'm not worthy of my idol...

  • It is just a fact that most k-pop fans aren't as attractive as kpop idols. k-pop idols usually have a lot of cosmetic procedures to enhance their looks which normal people can't afford or don't have access to. K-pop idols are usually in really great shape. majority of kpop fans are not. Is it considered low self esteem or just acknowledging a fact?

  • I wouldn't be surprised if most kpop fans are insecure/live vicariously through their faves. The kpop industry basically markets their idols to people that don't have "perfect lives."


    I haven't seen any fans say that but I do think that a lot of fans brag about certain things because it makes them feel like they have it too.

  • I think it's not healthy to compare with any celebrities in the sense of 'not that attractive', 'not worthy'. Firstly you need to be confident in yourself and work with whatever you have. Visually-wise can be damaging to compare yourself with people you see on social media and in public, they put a lot of effort into their looks (and also alter them).

    I believe that people that do not see you as attractive, do not deserve your attention at all. I've never been worried about that, because i know that if someone doesn't respect or like me, i am not going to be close with them.


    I never compare myself with idols, celebrities or other people (i have totally different dreams for me and my future, it wouldn't make any sense). So i'm just trying to be the best version of me and be good at things i do. But i do wish i was as passionate and hardworking as those idols - i'm trying tho (like someone said before on this thread) :D

  • it's bc these kpop idols themselves say they aren't attractive and think they're unworthy. sometimes they do it to be humble but it makes even the normal confident fans think "if my fave think they're unworthy, then what am i?" and they start feeling insecure. not saying this is the kpop idols fault but the way some show their humbleness has more of a negative approach.

  • it's bc these kpop idols themselves say they aren't attractive and think they're unworthy. sometimes they do it to be humble but it makes even the normal confident fans think "if my fave think they're unworthy, then what am i?" and they start feeling insecure. not saying this is the kpop idols fault but the way some show their humbleness has more of a negative approach.

    Good point. Also, celebrities and entertainers in general, be it singers or performers or actors or models or sportspeople, are all generally held to be people who are idolized either for their skills, looks, wealth or all of the above. It’s not a surprise that the average Jane and Joe would deem themselves unworthy when they compare themselves to what they keep seeing in the media.

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  • depends on the person and their view of world and their experiences. Definitely not me. I hope ppl who feel that way come out of that and see they are beautiful in their own way

  • seeing as most kpop stans are teenagers/young adults, it can definitely be a detriment on your self esteem to see people your own age much richer, prettier, more talented, and more successful than you

  • people donate money to you like are you a streamer or something - good for you


    I think its the comparison of how they are compared to their idol favs because remember a lot of fans are under the illusion that the idol could be their gf/bf etc so they use terms like i'm not worthy of my idol...

    but most idols are broke lol :wilds:

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