Social Networking Services (SNS) such as Facebook, Twitter, and many more have become a popular and integral part of our day-to-day lives. Aside from news, politics, and other motives, following celebrities is one of the major reasons why people utilize social media. Celebrities we know well also use social media as a method to communicate with fans.

It’s no longer an overflow of celebrity magazines, forums, blogs, and websites spreading celebrity gossip anymore. Nowadays, media reporters have turned to use celebrities’ social media for a press release with or without consent. It has begun to take over on reporting about celebrities, who in most cases we are obsessed with.

Celebrities share different activities on their pages and this attracts followers. However, shared content without consent may affect personal information and personal life.

In line with the above, Real Research created this survey to ask the public about which social media do they use the most. What would you feel if someone shared your social media content to their own channel without your consent? What is your opinion about media reporters who use celebrities’ social media for a press release?

South Korean respondents can answer this Real Research survey from January 20. All participants who complete the survey will receive 10 TNC Coins as rewards.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Public’s Excessive Interest on Celebrities and Influencers’ Personal Life

Target Number of Participants:


Nationality: South Korea
Age: All
Gender: All
Resident Country: South Korea
Marital Status:  All
Language: Korean
KYC Level: All