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TV: ‘Produce 48’ kicks off with some cold reality for AKB48

TV: ‘Produce 48’ kicks off with some cold reality for AKB48

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TV: ‘Produce 48’ kicks off with some cold reality for AKB48


Article: ‘Produce 48’ Bae Yoon Jung asks a cold question to AKB48 for lacking the basics “What were you chosen for?”

Source: Herald Pop via Nate

1. [+734, -30] Is this another Kim So Hye project? It honestly feels like a growth documentary for the Japanese trainees ㅜㅜ what a waste of time for our Korean trainees

2. [+671, -36] As if it’s annoying already that the Japanese are getting a free ride on K-Pop but their skills are this bad too? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Mnet is a waste of airwaves…

3. [+574, -21] Straight to the point ㅋㅋㅋ

4. [+56, -0] Everyone said they wouldn’t be watching but look at all of you reciting everything that happened

5. [+54, -4] Please stop watching ㅜ don’t even watch the reruns. Why watch a show that turns Japanese kids who already debuted into idols again? The other seasons made sense because they were all unknown trainees but these kids already made it in Japan, they don’t fit the premise of the show at all.

6. [+38, -3] I refuse to see untalented kids like them debut in our country and make money. Don’t watch~

7. [+37, -2] Honestly, the Korean trainees are technically amateurs while the Japanese are supposed to be pros since they already debuted… but the difference in skills is unimaginable. The Korean trainees can start off with Czerny but the Japanese side is going to have to start back at the basics with do, re, mi…

8. [+29, -3] The Korean trainees are so pretty, way prettier than the first season

9. [+23, -3] They seriously looked like an elementary talent show. I’m more shocked that this is the kind of style that the Japanese audience prefers.

10. [+22, -0] I honestly have no intention of putting Japan down, I’m judging purely on skill and just… ah, really, the Japanese kids are so untalented…


Source: Netizen Buzz
TV: ‘Produce 48’ kicks off with some cold reality for AKB48

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