Saturday, December 3, 2011

KPop Family Issues & Money

Since i don't live in Korea, when i heard about how Korean companies train their artist it seemed very weird. They make the girl or boy audition when they are very young (12 or 13) and then keep them to "train" them for a long time (2-6 years) or until their debut. They make them stay in a company apartment and get a small amount of spending money to survive. I think we've all heard stories from famous stars like in SNSD.


"On KBS 2TV's 'Star Golden Bell' that will be aired on March 1st, Taeyeon mentioned that she ran away because she was tired of the hard training before debut and also said "there was a member within SNSD that vanished before debut."  
Taeyeon said that during her trainee days, she moved up to Seoul from the country side. But she secretly sneaked out of her dorm and went back home because of the tough practices and training. Tiffany, who appeared on the show together, said, "At that time, I was roommates with Taeyeon and I was surprised when I came into the room and saw that all of Taeyeon's belongings were cleaned out." 
Yoona survived with 20 USD a week when she was a trainee.

These girls have long LONGG contracts lasting some 13 years.

15 comments:

  1. ive heard about it b4 . n i like to do some research about all this thing . nice blog content u have . done follow u :D

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    http://blogbearsaye.blogspot.com/

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  2. I would like to ask... are you referring to Stella Kim, the ex-SM trainee, as someone that "vanished before debut"?

    Prior to debut, Stella Kim has been known only to be the rumored Choi Siwon's GF. However, after the debut of SNSD and reaping numerous awards, nothing was heard about her anymore, and if there were SNSD rejects that had solo projects, one former SM trainee became a co-ed idol group member, but not Stella. Nothing, no career. What actually happened to her?

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    1. she studied in america... her parents didn't allow her to pursue a career in the industry. she didn't vanish, she flew back to the US :)

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  3. it may got something relate with illumminati?
    You know, freemasons work very hard to make their agendas successful, they even spent million dollars for it...and it seems like it is worked these days...

    fans got craze in them even after knowing that they are the puppets

    sometimes I feel sorry for those singers, why they have to be the puppets, did they know that, or did they have been a part of the freemason?

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  4. yes, i agree with you. i was a kpop fan and when i go through the audition videos of most kpop artists, i was surprised to see they were having the audition at such a young age. it looks as if the companies were preparing for a group of armies to conquer the world. it was just weird.

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    1. I saw ur blog and i can say that ur a very talented + intelligent girl. But dont u think it's better to do something that is more logical or religious. As a Muslim, if we dont know something, we pray to Allah, mintak tunjukkan jalan dan dilindungi. Yang akak risau sangat pasal Illuminati yang hanya sekadar theory ni kenapa? I'm sorry but i think right now we have a lot more things to concern about than 'theories' of some paranoid people. So kalau akak x suke dorg ni, claiming they are Illuminati and all, jangan la mengumpat kat sini. Buta2 jer dapat dosa free. Just stop listening to them. Bukannya dorg sruh sembah setan pun. They just cari makan, like everybody else. So rather than being paranoid macam org2 kafir ni, baik kita fokus ke jalan Allah. Jaga agama kita.. Biar la dorg gadoh dan menghasut2 sesama mereka. A-ok?
      Assalamualaikum! :)

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  5. I think you should investigate about FT Island too especially about hong ki.

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    1. what's wrong with FTISLAND ? what's wrong with Hongki? I do think their song is just fine.

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  6. Well I have read that SNSD and SHINee are known to have given thousands of dollars to poor people and charities.

    No doubt that any industry is tough and does want the artists to conquer so the companies will be rich - but I still love SNSD for what they are (hell I just got into them like 2 weeks ago and I ain't stopping after I bought 2 cds of them lol)

    Peace

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  7. http://asiannewagemusic-ndoll.blogspot.com/ http://gacktilluminatiexposed.blogspot.com/

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  8. all this illuminati shit. leave kpop alone ugh. if you don't like, don't listen to it and watch it to review it! aigoo. haterzzzzz you guys do know that even if you say these things, us kpoppers wont ever agree and block you guys out while we are still recruiting others? lame people. just. lame. assholes.

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    1. Shut the fuck up you motherfucking asshole! Get a life! FYI Illuminati exists.. shame on you to critisize back to people who are saying real things. Fuck you! ��������������

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  9. look Number1KpopFanatic, i love kpop too!! love it, but its hard to try to pretend you dont see the same hand gestures apperaring in american music videos, now in america the industry is 10x worse, forget flashing the a ok sign now there stripping on balls licking hammers, twerking its just digusting. i just dont want kpop to get like that, but most countries including korea is influenced by america, so the music will be influenced, its hard to turn a blind eye when almost all videos in kpop is doing the one eye symbol, and aok, and the 3 6's (666)sign, its hard.

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  10. why now in kpop mv it always take a sexy concept in girlband i think its too much to be sexy, i prefer some innocent concept

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  11. @Number1KpopFanatic Shut the fuck up you motherfucking asshole! Get a life! FYI Illuminati exists.. shame on you to critisize back to people who are saying real things. Fuck you! ������������������

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