With their demonstrations and protests unheeded by SM Entertainment, Super Junior fans have decided to combine their monies and buy into SM stocks in order to have a legal representation as part of the company stockholders.
They released a statement through the media, “To support Super Junior and protest against SM Entertainment from the adding new members at their call, even if there’s a small possibility, even if it’s just one stock, we are going to work towards obtaining a seat. As of today, we have 58, 206 stocks.”
SM Entertainment has released 160 million stocks to the stock market and the fans currently hold a 0.3% of that total amount.
To faciliate more support, Super Junior fans in Korean have opened a “One Fan One Stock” website for their campaign to obtain a seat and not just in Korea, fans all over the world can also join in to do their part to stop SM Entertainment.
This comes after SM Entertainment sneakily added one more Chinese member named Zhu Chen Chen recently for a special album about sports for celebrating of Olympic Beijing 2008. They were doing it quietly in case something happened like last time when they tried to add Henry to Super Junior.
Something like what Liverpool fans are doing to “save” their football club from their inept owners. But it would take a while for it to come to fruition seeing how young the fanbase of Super Junior is.