Discussion in 'K-POP' started by fairei, Jan 5, 2020.
(This forum seems to be slow on updating some news which in my opinion should be reported.)
the article section has the news uploaded about 52 minutes ago.
He don't want nugu artists to get popular like them
'Since I dont know when I'll be able to call this name again'
Why wouldn't you be able to say it again?
Could mean a lot of things. This is the last award show they are attending for a while I think.
It’s probably the E word
sorry Im confused. what does this mean?
Because they dont have any public schedules for a while? They have literally nothing publicly scheduled as of right now.
They mean enlistment, but i dont know why they think it is that soon considering a tour was just teased.
I dont think this speech is only calling out sajaegi like most people think.
"And there’s just one thing I’d really like to say: we’ve been able to receive the spotlight and even say the words we want to say through good fortune and the help of others, but there are honestly many artists who don’t, or in fact can’t; who even now sincerely make music, and desire to work fairly, in places that cannot be seen. In the 2020s, it would be good if their fairness, efforts, and sincerity would be able to reach those of you here and the public watching over them in a way that is just, without bias, and not in vain."
I think this part isnt about sajaegi exactly. I think this is about the general unfairness in the industry. He is clearly referring to smaller, unknown artists who dont get the spotlight due to not having connections or big company behind them. Artists with start similar or worse to BTS.
There is more unfairness in the industry than just the recent sajaegi.
Ofcourse. The thing is, this speech comes in the light of all the exposes being done. So objectively if we have to pick ONE incident which motivated him to say it, it would be the recent events.
Unfairness in the industry and society has always been called out by BTS. Their entire discography revolves around that. Heck their BTS world game highlights the corruption in the industry.