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[Twitter Roundup] SHINee’s Jonghyun Fanboys for f(x) and Henry, Super Junior’s Choi Siwon Feasts and More

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2014.07.14 18:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

The K-Pop scene is abuzz with comebacks, and it’s not just the fans who are excited. Flip through to see the latest in the celebrity SNS world in today′s Twitter Roundup!

Super Junior’s Choi Siwon expressed his thanks to his Taiwanese fan club, sharing this photo with the message, “thank you so much for all your love and support. If we have no these food then we are going to die.@SiWonTaiwanClub."

He tweeted another photo of the feast, writing "awesome all. Dope!"

Girl′s Day celebrated its comeback with Darling with a gogi feast, as indicated by this photo released on the girl group′s official Twitter on July 13, with the message, "Wait just a little bit longer even if you′re tired."

SNSD′s Yuri shared a few selfies on her Instagram, writing "Unforgettable memories are stored in the heart! Thank you."

EXO’s Chanyeol updated fans with a photo via Instagram, writing “Hot, it’s hot!!”

B1A4′s Gong Chan tweeted a photo from what appears to be the set of the group′s latest music video for Solo Day, writing, "July 14, today, is #SOLODAY. Enjoy today. #B1A4 solo day as well~~~ㅋㅋ."

SHINee′s Jonghyun was busy cheering on his fellow SM label mates all weekend, sharing this photo with f(x) on July 13 along with the message, "Excited because I got their autographs. f(x) is jjang."

He also tweeted this photo with Super Junior-M′s Henry, writing "Even saw Henry ㄷㄷㄷㄷ."

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