K-Pop Group Treasure's Safety at Risk After Mobbing Incident at Airport

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Concerns have been raised by fans over the safety of K-pop ensemble, Treasure, after the group were almost injured during a mobbing incident at an airport.

This is not the first time that the group has experienced harassment at airports, and as a result, fans are urging YG Entertainment, the group's management agency, to implement measures to ensure their safety.

The group recently embarked on their "HELLO" tour in Asia, which has included a sold-out performance at the KSPO Dome in South Korea, a Japanese Hall Tour that drew a crowd of approximately 300,000 people, and a successful show at the National Taiwan Sport University.

While supporters of the group welcomed them at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan, their arrival was relatively calm and without any untoward incident.

However, upon their return to Seoul at Incheon Airport, a large group of fans crowded around the members and pushed against them.

The incident has prompted concern among fans, as the group has had to deal with airport mobs since before their debut.

They have requested that their management provide better security and bodyguards to protect the group.

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