Baekhyun taeyeon still dating

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All of those people work just as hard and are artists just as much as the idols. South Korean Government is a willing and knowing participant in profiteering from these criminal acts of Human Trafficking. There is no one else who can dance, sing, act, do commercials like korean idols. Hollywood used to have something called the studio system where actors were under restrictive and unfair contracts.

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This is an International Crime and the producers and managers face life in prison, if convicted. This is often a case of abuse of minors.

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As we all know, an idol performance is a whole package. No sex, no money, no freedom, just living a dream before it runs out. Korea itself does not provide any infrastructure to succeed in life.

The entire nation is basically wired to the matrix living a fantasy world. Your article is long on opinion and short on fact. Artur Volpi You are trying to be neutral, but you come across as pro kpop industry to me.

Plus, thank you for the link too, I also found it interesting. No one actually gives two shit about the artistic aspect of the music. When a K-Pop Star commits suicide because of South Korean Government pressure, then that government is most assuredly guilty of Democide.

Why do Americans always have shit to say when their own yard is full of shit. The behind the scenes may not be pretty but the result is magical. They screwed him and his family on the level of finance and even outside finances.

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Once it does run out, according to my mom, just literally commit suicide. Even darker than the kdrama one. Some dedicated research, investigation and reporting would have made this a much more interesting and compelling story. When you are in what is essentially a mafia-like web of money, everything from your financial to your physical well-being might be threatened if you disobey. Bc I think Mafia-like to describe the industry is a somewhat accurate way.

It would be much fairer if K-pop did this as well. The song writers, music producers, choreographers, stylists etc.

Pyonkun As an accountant, I totally agree with you. Contract can have unfair terms, and I agree that consider most artists are underage, does not have the right mentality to distinguish or truly understand many things.