Top 10 Reasons Why the K-Pop Industry is HorribleWhile I like some K-pop artists and songs, I don't listen to them that much anymore because the industry is as toxic as hell. We need to shine a light on this horrible industry and the pain it causes the artists involved in it. If you still want to listen to K-pop, just listen to it less and you can also listen to covers (JANNY makes good English covers and listen SOMIN makes awesome Korean covers).
In 2017, a member of the boy band SHINee commited suicide. In his suicide note, he revealed that one of the main reasons he took his own life was pressure from fame, which caused depression. Another case of this was with the Blackpink member Jennie, who was often in the spotlight and got most of the attention from her company, and was often bullied by fans who told her to leave BP. While Jennie didn't commit suicide (thank god) she has shown signs of depression and anxiety.
RIP Sulli. The industry was so cruel to her :(
May she Rest In Peace
Poor Jeannie and RIP Sulli :(
This is unacceptable!
They need more room and more food
Give them room and food. :(
They should choose if they want to get it or not
OneKet from Global Icon only consumed one bottle of soy milk per day, and the girl group Nine Muses reported following the "Paper Cup Diet", where they only ate things they put in a paper cup (rice, fruit, anything but sugar).
A lot of musicians are liked for their looks, not their sound.
Being underweight is just unhealthy as being obese.
They should let artists maintain a healthy weight
This means you'll only have 3 or 4 hours of sleep. One hour to prepare before you go to bed, 4 hours of sleep and one hour to prepare before you go to work.
That’s too much work
Let the idols have freedom
They're not slaves!
In Asian cultures, being LGBT is considered a taboo subject, and because of this many K-pop stars find it difficult to come out (although some have come out)
That’s sad. Idols should be able to love whoever they want/be the gender they want to be
Male stars get away with scams more often than female stars do.
There's a lot of racism towards black people in the K-pop industry, such as appropriating their cultures and making fun of them
(I don't think the idols hate black people, I'm just saying that it's stupid to make fun of black people while using their styles)
Wait, racism played a role there?