Seven Seasons (KQ Entertainment) announced the release of a DVD for the boys. However, fans decided to stage a boycott and not buy the DVD set for a number of reasons. The first reason is that the boys have barely promoted as a group since 2013 - only a meager 93 days since the boys signed with the company. The Seven Seasons YouTube was deleted without any notification or announcement, meaning Block B lost all the viewcount on their MVs. The account has been reinstated, but the information was not given to fans via an article instead of a Twitter or an official fancafe announcement. Furthermore, their 'V' app channel has not been used for 2 months.
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The Block B Instagram has also not been in use since 15 weeks ago, although the claim was that the account was created to communicate with fans. However, the Japanese Instagram account is updated frequently, further frustrating Korean fans. After the site's official page's domain expired, the company did not renew the domain until three days later. Even after the site was back up, it was not updated and showed Block B's profile photo as from the 'H.E.R' era even though it had been 7 months after "Toy". The site was updated after fans trended a hashtag on the protest, but Zico's birthday was listed as September 4th when it is September 14th.
Block B's fanmeeting celebrating 2000 days since debut (in Korea) was only open to overseas fans, and Korean fans were not allowed to attend. Since 2015, the boys had two concerts in Korea, but had 22 concerts in Japan.
Furthermore, Seven Seasons allegedly does not promote the boys' activities at all, leaving promotional tweets and such to the members themselves and sometimes even fansite masters.