Who is Number 1 on 'Top 11' for 'Korean Celebrity with More than 1 Million Twitter Followers'?

By Staff Writer | October 19, 2012 03:22 AM EDT

Who is Number 1 on 'Top 11' for 'Korean Celebrity with More than 1 Million Twitter Followers'?
Who is Number 1 on 'Top 11' for 'Korean Celebrity with More than 1 Million Twitter Followers'? (Photo : d)

K-Pop celebrities have surpassed the 1 million Twitter follower mark.

K-Pop stars use Twitter to communicate and share pictures and news of their daily life with their fans. 

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The first Korean celebrity to surpass 1 million was writer Lee Oisoo. He hit 1 million in November of 2011. Afterwards, Choi Siwon of Super Junior hit 1 million as well.

In 2012, there are currently 10 Korean celebrities that have reached 1 million and 2 people that have reached 2 million. Choi Siwon is currently number 1 for idols with the most followers on Twitter.

Super Junior Donghae is at number 2 and Leeteuk and Yesung right behind.

The first K-Pop female idol to reach 1 million was miss A Suzy.

Most recently, JYJ member Jaejoong hit 1 million on Twitter.

Tagged :  Twitter, K-Pop, Super Junior, choi siwon

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