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Monday, June 24, 2013

Girl's Day's comeback brings more panty fashion \o/



Article: Girl's Day 'Female President' Yura-Minah's 19+ rated exposure 'thought they were naked'

Source: MBN TV via Nate

1. [+322, -55] Wow fu*k, you think they're wearing panties at all?

2. [+285, -44] I don't get what the title of the song has to do with the lyrics... Since there's a female president now, I'll kiss you first... What...? What does the president have anything to do with this.... and what's up with their outfits?

3. [+188, -23] They weren't like this during Nothing Lasts Forever..

4. [+92, -11] They're really... crazy, aren't they.. They're like porno stars

5. [+78, -13] The last few screencaps are the absolute worst

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Article: 'Can you please stop stripping?' Girl's Day's 'panty fashion'... 'exposing is your job?'

Source: Sports Seoul via Daum

1. [+1,801, -59] An excellent article. Since they don't have confidence in their vocals or performance, they keep trying to gain attention through gimmicks like this.

2. [+1,409, -57] I wonder what the limit to their stripping is~~ As a mother of a daughter, I feel bad for them.

3. [+1,183, -41] I'm so sick of groups stripping to make up for their lack of talent... Just put out a porno and call it a day!!!!!!!!!!

4. [+722, -19] I'm curious what they're planning to show the public once they've stripped and stripped and there's nothing left to strip...

5. [+432, -19] Well, all of the sponsor grandpas are probably drooling over this...

6. [+396, -65] Female President -> Prostitute President

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68 comments:

  1. Isn't that every girl group though? there isn't a non- manufactured mess of a girl group created by a man out to talk about women empowerment....EXCEPT for when After School was with Kahi.

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  2. HawtGuysToCumOverJune 24, 2013 at 8:26 PM

    not big bang :P

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  3. HawtGuysToCumOverJune 24, 2013 at 8:26 PM

    ugh ew
    atleast in expectation they did some performances with long pants

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  4. Not the point...June 24, 2013 at 9:07 PM

    The first set of screencaps are pretty bad...in the second set, the first two pics are okay...they're just really short short-shorts...but the other screencaps (is it their MV screencaps?) yeah...that's just blatantly showing off panties...


    Like sure, it's up to the coordinators and the girls can dress however the hell they want to...but...shouldn't they dress with class? You know?

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  5. how lucky are the staffs seeing them live in that outfit

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  6. this is getting worst and worst........ #sigh

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  7. HawtGuysToCumOverJune 24, 2013 at 9:12 PM

    don't forget me was beautiful

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  8. HawtGuysToCumOverJune 24, 2013 at 9:12 PM

    ? ur logic makes no sense

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  9. I hate slut shaming, but these groups fashion are getting out of hand.

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  10. TheCuriousGirl09June 24, 2013 at 9:31 PM

    still everything is arranged by the stylists and the company,I still remember watching nine muses documentary,the CEO handpicked the concept and the manager even said "Isn't the costume too slutty?" (for the "No Playboy" debut) and the CEO doesn't even care and still want them to wear them..

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  11. Yura's dress is REALLY short though

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  12. uh... as a girl I pity them. They shouldnt wear that kind of 'thing' , girls are precious. I think their agency forces them.

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  13. Prostitute president ^^

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  14. When I first watched this I was wondering if that was a dress or if it was a full body suit that matched her skin tone. But seriously why is it that whenever a girl groups shows some skin, people always say" get noticed by their talent, not your bodies". You DO realize that it IS possible for girl groups to show a lot of skin, have a good song , AND show their talent. Like Gaga. Born this way she was wearing a Bra and Underwear but the song had a great meaning and her voice sounded good. And of course Beyonce.

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  15. What about the cute and fierce concept though? It's the same thing.

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  16. the mv looks awkward imo. especially the part where a girl pulled another girl's tie and acted like they will kiss

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  17. so she wore leggings!? O__O whoa it looks like she completely didn't wear anything for her legs...

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  18. ew what the hell, they look even more trashy than the girls i see on my facebook. and that's pretty hard to do

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  19. theyre definitely trying to gain attention by wearing these kind of outfits rather than gaining attention by their vocal/dancing talents... girl groups these days will do anything to secure their place in the industry... even to this point... T___T it comes off a bit cheap for me & im not liking the song. ever since IGAB... ppl think they could pull off these kind of songs.. not everyone could u know..

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  20. I love watching anything K-Pop-related with my teenage nieces and sometimes the whole family, but this would be awkward and embarrassing to watch with my parents.

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  21. This 'panty fashion' trend is getting out of hand. I ignored the past panty stuff, but after Dal Shabet and this, I seriously think later on a girl group will perform in a one-piece bathing suit (Not like CL's. The ones that you actually see people wear to swim).


    Conservative Korea is no longer conservative.

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  22. That's not even a "Dress" on Yura, that's a fucking shirt. Seriously, that "outfit" is just a no.

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  23. If they were fatter or had a bigger butt (This is so awkward for me to explain), then this would have been a really big controversy.

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  24. Yeah, but using the topic of a female president to sing a song about having guts to make a move in a potential relationship? Like, really?



    Of all the traits you could've chosen to make a comparison...it could have been a song about being a leader and getting further in life...what is the difference between this song and any other song pining for a guy besides the title?

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  25. Not to mention their irrational hatred of Beast...so much so that they actually embarked on a smearing campaign last year during Beast's BN music video filming claiming there would be no minorities in the video because of a casting call someone found.



    Half-expecting those bitches to paint Beast as card-carrying KKK members or eating disorder advocates this comeback. Just waiting for that one troll to make a post full of lies and everyone to eat it up.

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  26. Every post is more or less influenced by OP's (any Livejournal member with posting privileges) personal attitude. Even the most biased posts are approved so it's easy to cultivate hatred within the community for whoever OP hates.


    Omona has gone to shit tbh. Just a bunch of troll-stans pretending they still have any form of objectivity.

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  27. Maybe that's the case for some people but for me showing a bit of skin can definitely enhance a person's sexiness.

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  28. When did the comment section of Netizenbuzz turn into Seoulbeats?

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  29. Picture number 3.... Maybe she uses g-string panties so that's why she looks like someone who don't wear underwear (my first thought she didn't use underwear)

    And my first thought she used transparent dress too (is that a dress or a lingerie?) since it's match with her skin color.

    It's cross the line already... idk what happened to them if they does that in Ina. I know Korea conservative, it's kind of weird there's no real action to stop this, some organizations maybe. Since government moves too slow :3

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  30. What happened to MOGEF? everyone is stripping now.. where are they?

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  31. Yeah it's totally guys' fault, they're totally being forced to do it.
    So pathetic how girls like you try to blame other things and cover for pathetic actions, if these girls wanted female empowerment, they'd not be using their bodies and try to better their vocals, be indie & maybe less popular (like so many other people did before them) or get another job and do something that actually means something.
    It's pathetic how people demand respect for things that shouldn't get it, or blame others.
    In the most cases it's females bringing females down, using their bodies to get things, spend time applying make up picking clothes to stand out etc, instead of actually using that time to do something that matters, even if that doesn't deserve hate, it doesn't deserve respect or praise.

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  32. But SPICA are 2012 rookies while GsD is 2010, there's very few rookies that can garner a lot of attention during their first year outside of the Top 2, so I don't think SPICA is down for the count just yet. Besides since them being on IS2, they've been getting critics' attention positively and I've read some Knets comments long ago looking forward to them. SPICA is probably going to do the sexy concept, but like every group does and I don't think they'll rely on it.

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  33. They're busy reading too much into lyrics and banning "vague" ones.

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  34. I guess I should not watch it. 19 +! I am just 13 @_@ Why idols keep wearing panties like this? They will be hated. Gosh, my eyes!

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  35. I think it's just very sloppily put together but you have to understand where they are coming from (even if the song ended up achieving everything but the original goal). In Korea, for having a female president, there is little to zero social mobility, especially with woman rights. It comes from western girls thinking a boy pulling a girl by the wrist is not right to Korean girls not batting an eyelash. It's more than that. The lyrics don't represent a shy girl that should make the first move, they are representing the whole female population that is otherwise submissive and passive. You take it for granted and don't see how it can even compare to being president, but it goes deeper than that. We girls in the west don't bat an eyelash for stuff Korean girls might be really shocked about.


    People might wonder "how is it like you mention but they are stripping now?" It's the same thing that happened when Rihanna sang cockiness. Males can be sexually assertive but women can't, why not? And then you realise it goes beyond making a first move, it's about being active in other aspects of your life.


    Boys can go around bare chested, wear really tight pants and people don't say anything, but when women try to do something similar suddenly they are sex objects? Why does one attribute that to women but not to men? Equality of gender should be about being judged the same for the same actions, deeming a girl as sex object for dressing like this implies that women will be judged unfairly, that if they dressed like that it's because that's the only thing they are good at, but it's not the case with men.


    Oh God, this ended up being really long. What I mean is, you are right, it's three steps forward to steps back, but it was mostly for good intentions done sloppily.

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  36. Nugu called them porn stars?

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  37. I was wondering if CL is the cause of all of this. -_-

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  38. This isn't the first time Girl's Day has had a 'panty scandal'. There was an uproar when they were promoting TWINKLE TWINKLE too - they performed in dresses/skirts which were way too short and revealed their 'diaper/nappy' underwear. So yeah, this definitely is nothing new or the first time. I have little respect for them / their agency for pulling these stunts. The same could be said about SISTAR, it's a shame that their agency often pushes the boundaries with their outfits/choreography. I know they have a more sexy image, but still - there's a difference between sultry and cheap. It's unfortunate in SISTAR's case because they actually have decent songs and are for the most part, really talented. They are generally well liked by the public for their music and talent, so they don't need to resort to oversexualizing everything.

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  39. bitehardonyourmolarJune 25, 2013 at 1:56 AM

    Tony didn't help at all..

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  40. I agree, it has everything to suceed -especially in Europe. If only they debuted overseas with that song! It would be a hit cos it has the same vibe as the techno/summery songs in Europe-. maybe it's cos what's ur name has a beat that please koreans better and the chorus being in korean is easier for them to remember with no pronounciation problems, I even saw old ladies sing it on running man xD KPOP should do more korean choruses, it helps I think. I think volume up still did well digitally though.

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  41. Wasn't there a ministry for banning inappropriate songs & MVs ? Where the hell is that now? 2013 is full of things that need a ban..

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  42. ikr, some actually can wear suits covering every part of their bodies but still come up sexy

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AAa5vSFPKk

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  43. This is entirely the public's fault to be honest. They never pay attention to a singer or a group with talent. They only pay attention the min they start stripping or going for the sexy concept so...ENJOY.
    Do you think the companies will be bothering with this if they didn't know this is what will get them attention? pshh

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  44. That female president is kinda....yeah...
    but I think they were trying to say that since there's a female president who can be a leader, why can't girls at least be more assertive in relationship
    It's just the lyricist could make the point come off better but that's it. Dal Shabet recent song was about pining after a guy but they were telling for men to be ambitious while they're sitting complaining about the guy being too shy for not making the move rather than going after the guy themselves so in a way GsD new song is more "empowering" then others......:|

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  45. LeoDayoungShipperLOLJune 25, 2013 at 7:37 AM

    delusional much!!

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  46. LeoDayoungShipperLOLJune 25, 2013 at 7:40 AM

    calling others dumb doesnt make u clever

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  47. I liked "Don't Forget Me". That was a good song.

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  48. I love their "The Boys" aoutfits, fully clothed and still really sexy ♥

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  49. Girls Day shouldn't be called such demeaning names. It's not like they have control over their image.

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  50. i dont think anyone can do female empowerment in kpop better than BEG tbh. female president's lyrics are complete bs in my opinion

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  51. Why do some women always feel that empowerment begins with their sexuality? You are not "taking control of your sexuality" if your sexuality is dictated by men in suits behind the scene so many female artists need to stop this garbage.

    Empowered women are Hilary Rodham Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Michelle Obama; women who command respect because of everything they've achieved with their brains not thrusting their crotches too and fro wearing some black hot pants and mesh leggings.

    And are girls still singing songs about it being okay to approach a guy? What century is this?

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  52. Yep. She just cares about her boobs and her weight and I guess SECRET are ruined for now.

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  53. waiting for the day they actually talk about female empowerment. The other day i watched "be ambitious" (forgot the girl group) i thought it was going to be talking to females being more ambitious but it's similar to this in saying they want to take charge of their sexuality. hmm i mean, I don't think it's that much of a bad thing but ehhh

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  54. I miss kahi so much. stuff that dumb graduation system, they lost what made after school so good tbh.

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  55. 1. [+1,801, -59] An excellent article. Since they don't have confidence in their vocals or performance, they keep trying to gain attention through gimmicks like this.



    indeed

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  56. wrong move girl's day...
    i like 'expectation' but this 0_o they're just calling for more hate from netizens

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  57. lol DUMB bitch, i never said it did.

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  58. big bang as a whole make good songs i must say....

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  59. Just putting out there that this new "female president" is the worst representative for women's rights. She's against everything that could give sexual power to women.

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  60. LeoDayoungShipperLOLJune 26, 2013 at 7:44 AM

    lol i admit it. im dumb.. it's ok

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  61. What the fuck... just no. It's not sexy at all!

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  62. ikr. they should release more songs like don't forget me. or hug me once, that was cute. nothing lasts forever was awesome ;___;

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  63. HawtGuysToCumOverJune 27, 2013 at 9:15 PM

    i actually thought i was going to start liking them because of don't forget me.
    twinkle twinkle and hug me once were okayish, but it was their style (not anymore ofcourse)
    i remember during nothing lasts forever, they gained lots of popularity and ppl were saying they were going to be as popular as snsd (smfph)

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  64. same. after dont forget me i followed the updates. but

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  65. Curious what's this blame all about. There were and will be many similar videos. In Japanese videos You can see even much younger girls wearing near the same.. And what? If they do this then there is a target auditory.
    BTW interesting results in 4sashi poll about their last video..

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