Posted by : KPopRanter August 20, 2013
|"From Above" at dance practice|
1) brutal shows like K-Pop Star or Superstar K, because thousands audition, we cast a vote and we all know only one can become victorious in the end
2) The shitty trainee life we all know and love (you can say you hate it but it produces your favorite idols so please, hush)
3) Shows like Seventeen TV shows that rookies or upcoming artists appear on for people to see their personality and for the artists to gain numerous fans at such a young age.
Ultimately, I feel as though the show can really create some interest for the upcoming group, especially the fact that viewers get to vote in and decide what meets their preferences so I'm really not conplaining. It's entertainment--not roses and rainbows--and therefore, brutality shouldn't be as taboo as others make it out to be, us, already knowing about the struggles behind closed doors and now getting a chance to see it... especially now that abs might be involved.
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