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Suzy's photographer expresses anger over netizen's bringing up lolita topic

By KpopJoA   Friday, January 20, 2017   54,527   6,173   46



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Suzy's photographer Oh Sunhye reacted to netizen's remarks and bringing up the topic of lolita.

The photographer expressed her anger through social media on January 20, saying, "Please refrain from calling others sell outs and making such assumptions." She added, "There has been no consensus on copyright and portrait rights infringement."

Furthermore, she clearly made a stand, "Taking a personal opinion and making it seem like it's a response from the public, and exaggerating on it is uncalled for.  If you know that taking a certain action is wrong but you do it anyway, that is a crime.  I believe there is a need for an apology thus I will not say anymore."

Meanwhile, JYP Entertainment has also announced that they would take necessary legal action against those posting any falsehoods or malicious comments on the topic.

SEE ALSO: SBS news reporter praises Suzy's hard effort for her role in 'While You Were Sleeping'

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shiroichanuk Saturday, January 21, 2017

I didn't generalise though. I said "these netizens", meaning the ones who are attacking Suzy.

clarissaxd Saturday, January 21, 2017

Seems like lolita is being thrown everywhere now... especially when its not accurate, it annoys me! Research it, learn it and stay pressed! Dont randomly falsely accuse of something people are not, if you know what it is for sure then yes call it out for what it is.  fuck

kddicted Saturday, January 21, 2017

Lmao people are just using their time on her because they're bored. What is it, Sulli hasn't updated in a while?

dan_lu Friday, January 20, 2017

Honestly these whole Lolita theme sudden scandals are so stupid. The pure and innocent concept is everywhere in k-pop. You think is not sexualized as well? See groups like G-friend with their mini-skirts and their super short shorts. Is sexy, because legs are sexy. At the same time they are meant to portrait fresh and pure teenagers. It's been always so lolita to me. They don't tell you so, but for sure this whole image is to appeal men. So why the sudden scandal, I don't get it.

fight_club dan_lu Friday, January 20, 2017

yep, the kpop scene is a problem as well. However, what separates lolita from some concepts other girl groups have is that lolita is sexualizing a child/very young girl. Just wearing miniskirts and shorts is not lolita - it's wearing kid's clothing or like school girl clothes that seem super lolita. i do think a lot of kpop groups have lolita-esque concepts and that it should be stopped. idk more and more of the korean population frown upon it and beyond the fans - the general public don't really like the young-cutesy-girl concept some idols have. and yes, it's to appeal to men and sexualizes women almost as objects, which a lot of korean women in the newer generation really fucking hate.

pink_oracle Friday, January 20, 2017

Good on her, all this shit is clearly leaps taken by Suzy haters and what's been said about the photographer and her work is unacceptable.

BigBlueagain Friday, January 20, 2017

Good for her! Lolita is when a child or young teen is sexualized as an adult. That isn't this.

ed_levy BigBlueagain Friday, January 20, 2017

Your post isn't this. Oh isn't saying she isn't attempting to frame a narrative of sexualizing a teen. She is claiming she has no legal infringement. The netizen argument is stupid but so are you. Neither of you even know what is going on or what you're supposed to comment on. Netizens claim the pictures romanticize and advocate the sexualization of young girls. To the point where even an adult is dressed up like a kid dressed up as an adult. It's supposedly even more perverse. What the photographer is saying is that the concept is HER OWN and she didn't infringe on legal rights of other lolita creators. YOU responded as if you don't understand her response and framed her response as if she responded to the criticisms of the idiot kiddies mad about lolita. *drops mic*

intricate ed_levy Friday, January 20, 2017

You clearly didn't read the 2nd half of the article.

intricate Friday, January 20, 2017

To clarify, "the personal" opinion the photog refers to is the idea that the pictures are sexualized, netizens then erroneously call this a lolita concept, and then she condemns them for "exaggerating" their opinion as most people then say the pictures are somehow glorifying sexual abuse of children.

BigBlueagain ed_levy Friday, January 20, 2017

Looolgolol Friday, January 20, 2017

Can someone explain to me why people are saying the captions might be a problem like what se they talking about?

InfiniteElf92 Friday, January 20, 2017

People are sometimes  too quick to shout 'lolita' these days. I didn't see anything wrong with suzys picture

lilwinster2k Friday, January 20, 2017

I hate how people think that just because she has a cute baby face automatically makes her a lolita wth.

fight_club lilwinster2k Friday, January 20, 2017

that's not it lmao. ofc its not her baby face

shineeexo101 Friday, January 20, 2017

the only thing I get from this whole "lolita controversy" is that people are bored out of their minds and have nothing else to do so they made a controversy up. NEXT

lilwinster2k shineeexo101 Friday, January 20, 2017

"Harambe's Grandmother Dies, Russia is blamed."

lilwinster2k Friday, January 20, 2017

That's an actual thing though. ^^

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