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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Another look at GD's five years of pre-debut training with SM

Article: G-Dragon was a trainee at SM for 5 years before debut

Source: Mydaily via Nate

1. [+747, -88] G-Dragon succeeded because he went with YG. If he was under SM, he'd be stuck singing songs like growl~ growl~ growl~

2. [+433, -17] It's just how the industry works. IU, Song Minho~ I'm sure the agencies who lost them aren't so much sad about losing them as they are happy that they're doing well.

3. [+363, -37] He's clearly a prodigy when it comes to music so I think it's sad to see him changing in different ways

4. [+26, -5] He would not have any swag if he was with SM

5. [+26, -7] I'm glad Yang CEO took him ㅋㅋ horrified just thinking of GD in SM;;

6. [+21, -5] Why is his face changing so much though? What'd he put in his chin? He looks like a monster

7. [+21, -17] I'm sure SM has no regrets after seeing his chin now

8. [+18, -6] SM manufactures everything about their idol's image so they debut to tremendous popularity but their careers aren't so long lived once they get older and their contracts expire. YG makes sure their teams known how to self-compose and make it on their own so they end up successful even after leaving the agency (most of YG's former singers have done well for themselves)

9. [+16, -6] GD really must've been born to be a celebrity if he managed to catch the eye of not one but two of the country's greatest agency CEOs ㅎㅎ

10. [+16, -10] Who knows, maybe he never would've gotten into marijuana if he stayed with SM;;;

11. [+15, -6] What GD needs right now is to take out the silicon in his chin ㅜㅜ please

12. [+6, -3] If he stayed with SM, considering his age and timing, he would've debuted with either TVXQ or SuJu... mmm... hard to imagine that



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