They don’t like the sound or idea of a roleplayer. The companies don’t think being a roleplayer will help their company grow. Instead would be bringing harm and bad impersonation of their idols.
Facebook, which is a well-known site for K-roleplayers is one of the site where the companies will be checking for the IP. Any accounts caught will be fined and bailed in jail. However, roleplayers who are 18 years under, the notice will be sent to their schools instead.
Imitating an idol will bring harm, false rumors and might be acting disrespectful to the fans. IP of the person who uses the real main Facebook account, they will find your location and Facebook will send a report mail to the cops in your country. So far, 34 roleplayers have been tracked and they were all under 16 years old, mostly from Singapore and Philippines.
How did they know ?
Sung Min Roh : If you go to Account settings, you go to security settings, then active sessions..Through IP, Facebook tracks all your IP from your Facebook activity sessions. You might not able to see your own IP, but the Facebook will allow the IP to show to the cop.
Junhyung’s tweet a few hours ago; “There are people copying me on Facebook. Wait until you get caught by me”