During the first three years, idols are establishing themselves and paying for their debt to their agency , so it's better to focus on work. Like really that's soo immature like fuck off to hell with those thoughts Bighit!! I'd be seriously impressed if they could hide it so well. Let's be honest, that show isn't something I'd like anyone to star on forget the guys. Due to the success of early groups and , Bang was able to keep the company afloat and later created sensationalist group in 2013. They deserve to live a regular life as much as is possible given their circumstance. I've never gotten a hint of arrogance from them, or any type of 'douchebaggery', and I really like that about them.
Whether it was more of an cultural background or just fans overreacting I couldn't say. But then again tattoos are frowned upon I think also illegal? Hobi's sisters friend getting a crap ton of hate from a few meaningless pictures , I'm leaning towards maybe? I don't think they exactly said that Bighit told them not to talk about female idols, but gauging Army's reactions from before, ie. I don't think they'd want to lose the momentum they have right now. One of the members dating will probably cull out all the bandwagoners but the antis will probably have a field day with this and try to ruin their image. Bighit would probably handle it well, but I am really worried about Sasaengs. They seem extremely careful to me though, they can't afford to fuck up now after going through so much.
Good thing is that BigHit seems to be considerate of their choices and I don't doubt they'll handle the matter in a classy manner. Must Read : Here are all about the dating ban. So I wish they could openly date, but I don't see that happening. Korean fans expect the bf experience from idols, it's an understood part of the job, so when it's not there, you're not getting what you paid for especially since local fans have much more ease and many more opportunities to spend money on them. Then again I don't follow Got7 so I guess my decision is a bit biased sorry : Read more First, I not think this is a fair poll. Even if the boys' schedules get toned down a bit, I don't think they'd risk dating for the sake of their S. I'd like to think so, anyway.
Some Army's reactions are like that because they are really entitled. You can tell how much they care about their image, as they go out of their way to be extra nice to anyone they meet, even when it's unnecessary. I feel like he chooses too many of the songs. Goes without saying that the person has to like one of the guys and he has to like them back. Not a Favorite setup and wouldn't like any of them to go through that. I don't trust Dispatch at all, but looking at how many benefits they're getting from BigHit regarding the boys, I'm sure their privacy is safe for now.
Stan tw will support them, there'll be some rotten apples here and there because there're a lot of young fans in twitter but I know the more mature side of army will try their best to overshadow the mess and be supportive. Anyways even if they do get caught it's going to be much worse for the girl than any of the guys. I'm not entirely familiar with this situation but it surprises me that people would be against him having a tattoo. Now I understand why dating bans are implemented in the first place and I think it is reasonable for a brand spanking new group that just debut to have a dating restriction on them, but anything after 2-3 years seems fucking crazy. Plus the fact that it's a scripted marriage doesn't sit well with me.
Archived from on June 6, 2015. The entire virtual marriage scripted angle is just weird and is more of fan service over anything else. In August 2018, Big Hit Entertainment and , another Korean entertainment agency, released information stating plans to create a joint company. They are smart guys and won't risk it at all right now. All in all, while some fans can go too far that's true of any group , providing the bf experience is part of an idol's job and fans pay them a lot of money for that.
Whether that's a lot or a little or nothing at all that's on them. I think most people knew the sajaegi scandal was ridiculous and all the various controversies with V and BigBang wouldn't have turned people who were already fans off them. A kpop idol dating always generates backlash from fans. Unfortunately, I don't think us normal fans can do much about that and some of the currently active and popular fansites have been accused of breaking the privacy rules. Maybe when they and their fans have aged a little more, they'll get to. That was just so beautiful and genuine. There are some couples who naturally get along, but there are some who don't and that's painful to watch them pretend.
Obviously, the boys play a huge part in that too. I don't understand how fans can be so crazy as to take offense at idols dating. Maybe they'd give a heads up on when the story would break tho? Got7 always had this same feeling going on. Bang Si-hyuk not for long tho remains the largest shareholder of Big Hit stock. I wouldn't be surprised though if most of the members prefer not to date and just focus on their career, considering their 'trending' status, but hey, doesn't mean a hookup or flirtation with girls isn't possible. Even Baekhyun and Taeyeon didn't work out due to presumably their busy schedules, but I feel like Taeyeon probably got the brunt of a lot of hate once word got out.
The boys seem so genuine and just plain nice. Also I feel like most of them would end up dating non-celebrities or people in the industry who aren't idols. From what I've seen the members will probably be honest about it and some of them don't seem like they enjoy acting in the 'boyfriend' role as so many male idols have to for fans. And ofcourse there are many fans who dont agree with me but i think you shouldnt be heartbroken because your idol has a date. I want them to be able to choose what to do and if choose to date, I will 100% respect that.