Man who made bomb threats to Apink on Interpol's Red Notice list
Jessica Lee, Oct. 24, 2017, 10:27 a.m.
Apink have been receiving multiple bomb threats ever since they made their comeback in June and Interpol have decided to put the man making these bomb threats on their Red Notice list. Red Notice is the highest notice for Interpol.
It indicates that Interpol "seek to locate and arrest a person wanted by judicial jurisdiction or an international tribunal with a view to his/her extradition."
On October 19th, Na-Eun was faced with a threat when she was scheduled to attend the "Dongguk Love 111 Campaign to Celebrate the 1000th Anniversary, Commemorative Ceremony for Celebrity Alumni Donations and Public Relations Ambassador Appointment" at Dongguk University. The police received an anonymous tip two hours prior to the start of the event saying, "Explosives have been installed."
No explosives were found at any of the bomb threats and the police have been unable to found him. The only information they have is that "He is known to be Korean-American, so it's difficult to know where he is. When he makes anonymous tips at the police station, he made his number private and it was an international call."