The shocking US election of Donald Trump has led to a number of Korean-American stars sharing their opinions online.
The results of the US election shocked many people, both in America and around the world. After president Donald Trump was elected famous figures all over the world shared their sentiments about this event. Many Korean and Korean-American celebrities followed suit and expressed their emotions with short but powerful messages.
Read what some of K-Pop’s most popular celebs had to say about the newly elected president Trump.
On November 9th, US-born Eric Nam tweeted the word “Nauseous”.
— 에릭남 (Eric Nam) (@ericnamofficial) November 9, 2016
Singer John Park and f(x)’s Amber Liu followed suite with similar messages of shock and discontent.
— 존박 (@johnandrewpark) November 9, 2016
— Amber J. Liu (@llama_ajol) 9 November 2016
Several non-american Korean stars also shared their thoughts on the new president.
Jaurim’s Kim Yoon Ah retweeted this post by American actor Mark Ruffalo.
You know what we do now? We finish building what we started and we FIGHT BACK! Lift your heads up brothers and sisters.
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) 9 November 2016
Actor Yoo Ah In took to Instagram to reassure his fans with a picture of a sunrise with the caption, “No matter what happens, the sun will rise in the morning.”