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Oh My Girl are another girl group to become victims to slippery stages

By alim17   Monday, October 3, 2016   138,818   9,086   84

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Sadly, the conditions at events, especially outdoor ones, have yet to improve, even after fans have noted and complained about a lot of idols falling because of slippery stages in rainy weather. The most well-known one would be the viral fan cam of G-Friend members falling six or so times, but getting back up professionally.


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This time, Oh My Girl found themselves in bad dancing conditions because of drizzling weather and a slippery stage, and they were no less hardworking and professional in dealing with the situation.  As you can see in the video above, Hyojung falls hard at the 0:40 line, but she gets right back up and continues energetically with a bright smile the whole time, showing off her professionalism.  It looked like a painful fall, too!  In the fan cam of Arin below, you can see her slip at 2:34.  Those are just a few examples of falls or near-falls during the performance.


Even in the rehearsal videos, you can see the members slipping and dressed in ponchos due to the rainy weather.  Fans were understandably upset at this because stages like these are dangerous and the idols could get hurt.  What do you make of this?





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    trogdorthe8th Sunday, October 9, 2016

    Excuse my language, but what the literal F*CK?!? I don't care what groups you like or don't like, stan or don't stan, hate or even love- these are completely unacceptable standards for someone to perform. And for anyone on this thread, or any other article about artists falling who comments something along the lines of "WOW, they are such a professional and got right back up"- 1) That would only be acceptable if they were working in professional settings, which does not include having them dance on a wet stage like this, 2) I highly doubt out would be saying that if she fell and cracked her poor head open, or knocked her teeth out. Wake up people, this is incredibly dangerous, and GFriend is lucky they walked away with bruises the way they did, considering the number of times their members fell- it could have been much much worse. I feel awful that idols have to deal with this kind of crap, it's unacceptable and potentially deadly. All it takes is for one person to fall the wrong way on their head, neck and back for a career (or potentially a life) to be over.

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    SoneSeoladyLover Tuesday, October 4, 2016

    The people who organised the event should have checked it was safe before allowing them to perform, that would have prevented the whole issue in the first place..... >:( ㅠㅠ

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    3percenter Tuesday, October 4, 2016

    Nobody should be applauding this. The stage is a work space, and if it isn't safe there shouldn't be any work going on, especially when it isn't crucial. Will it have to take one of these girls getting fractured bones, a snapped spinal cord, or a cerebral hemorrhage before the assholes responsible stop acting as if postponing or cancelling one of these fucking shows is on the level of breaching national security or life and death?

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    cmerle1 3percenter Thursday, October 6, 2016

    My thoughts exactly.

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