Members Jimin and Seolhyun were under fire from netizens for their limited knowledge on general Korean history, a controversy which led them to issue apologies. Further, the MV for "Good Luck" had been taken down as soon as it was released, allegedly due to all the product placements in the MV and Jimin's skin exposure. But the worst part about all these controversies surrounding AOA is that netizens do not yet seem ready to forgive the girls for their mistakes.
In the comment section for the group's new album info on MelOn, netizens commented, "Did they make a comeback to be insulted? They should have repented and postponed their comeback. I can see their song falling on their charts after stores that played their new album closed up in the morning. That means people aren't listening to their new song," "Their ranking is finally preparing to fall into the deep abyss," "How about they just promote in Japan? lololol Their attire is just tit-tastic," "Everywhere I go I'd see Seolhyun but is she slowly going to start pulling out of her endorsements now? Bye," and, "Just how much much did they give Naver that there is not a single article lololol there aren't even any comments about their comeback anywhere."