lol good luck with THAT
Thats what their managers are for. And most manager’s do winderful jobs. But at the end of the day, they are their own person. The companies impose fines on them if they do stuff like leak spoilers. But again, they aren’t children.
What I am angry at is the fact that most of them WERE children when they entered the industry. I’m not a parent nor am I an adult yet, so maybe I’m stepping out of line here, but I really don’t understand and borderline hate parents who sign their children-- some as young as three or four-- into the relentless, terrible, adult world of entertainment. There are enough examples from all over the world, in every entertainment industry, that showcase the state of people pushed into the spotlight when they were very very young, and now they don’t know ho to cope because they’re sick and tired and filled with too much pride and it’s all they’ve ever known. These stories almost always end in drugs, abuse and suicide. My heart hurts. It hurts even more when I watch dramas like Touch Your Heart, which show a little of the dark side. The poor woman never even went on a SCHOOL PICNIC. She never went to a normal school. How many ordinary, everyday things have these people missed out on?
Im sorry I went on such a rant, that meme of yours triggered me. He’s the former EXO member who just got arrested over abuse charges.
On another tangent(I’m getting braver here because this is my thread ), I’m glad that most k-pop guys and girls are part of groups. I’m happy that they usually have a group of people their age who they can fall back on, who are in the same situation as they’re in.
“You’re the reason I stuck through training and debuted. Thank you for sticking with me.”
“I know we used to hate each other while we were trainees but I think you’re starting to like me now so I’m happy.”
“Thank you for being a wonderful hyung and taking me under your wing when I was having a hard time during training.”
“I’ve been around you guys more than I’ve been with my own parents. Thank you for being good hyungs.” (ouch. this is sad.)
“I’ve grown up in this company. Thank you all for raising me.”
“Thank you for being my second home, since my parents are so far away.”(the Chinese and other international members)
I cry every time I watch this video. They were so tiny.
see this one at around 23:32
Context: the video they had shot couldn’t be aired because SK suddenly changed their laws. so they had to do a last-minute shooting and they all thought it was a disaster because they werent orepared. To boost the morale and lengthen the video time, they decided to have a round of complimenting each other.