Article: 'Straight up copied' Chinese girl group under controversy for similarities to Girlfriend's dance + outfits
Source: Sports Chosun via Nate
1. [+824, -24] They're not just similar, they're like a direct copy
2. [+698, -16] So they copied their name from AOA and copied their music video from Girlfriend, tsk tsk. What do you expect from the country of replicas?
3. [+535, -11] They just put the entire thing through a copy and paste machine
4. [+29, -5] I'm pretty sure most of our idols have been copied by some foreign group at one point or the other ㅋㅋㅋ China has no respect for copyright
5. [+23, -1] I checked their MV out and it makes me question the low standards the Chinese have even when they're directly copying content. Their quality looks like it was shot from a camcorder and their idols are so bad at dancing. If you danced like that in Korea, they wouldn't even let you on TV. They just looked like a cover dance group.
6. [+21, -2] Their population is in the billions and yet they don't have one person with an original creative idea? What a mysterious country
7. [+20, -1] There's a member who looks like Ra Miran in that AOS group ㅋㅋㅋ try to find her
8. [+19, -1] The song does look ripped, the dance is similar, the concept is similar.. but why is it that their dances don't line up at all. Are they really a singer? Is this really a music video?
9. [+11, -7] Not like Koreans didn't copy the Japanese idols at first ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
10. [+11, -2] What's scary about China is that they don't just simply take ideas from TV shows or products or artists... if they like something, they'll just straight up create a replica of it.
11. [+10, -0] Any of you look up the MV after reading this article? ㅋㅋ Looks like they couldn't copy the faces of our idols because I now realize why Korean celebrities are so popular in China
12. [+8, -0] Come on, just because you're copying everything doesn't mean you need to copy their busted faces too
13. [+8, -0] Your population is in the billions and yet you make a girl group out of the most busted faces, why