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Friday, October 10, 2014

Fei reveals she once cried over Park Jin Young's strict training


Article: miss A Fei, "I sobbed over Park Jin Young's strict teaching"

Source: OSEN via Naver

1. [+3,072, -117] Fei's so pretty..

2. [+2,786, -152] Well he didn't bring her over to let her hang out and play.. I think she'd rather suffer and do well than not do anything at all. They have a lot of training to do, if you know what I mean..

3. [+2,071, -98] Fei looks so classy with her make up done like that... Good at cooking, dancing, ㅎㅎ so pretty!

4. [+2,078, -187] Fei's always working so hard, I wish her the best..

5. [+289, -12] It's really hard to teach someone your own skills... The person learning needs to be grateful. I hope she realized that it's better to learn something in such a strict manner than not learn anything at all and spend her days nameless.

6. [+285, -14] Even with such strict training, JYP has less withdrawals and scandals than other companies

7. [+266, -26] Fei's just as pretty as Suzy.. I love Fei ^^ Even if JYP makes her suffer, I hope she takes it as good medicine and overcomes them.. ^^

8. [+242, -12] JYP's actually the quietest out of the three companies if you think about it

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55 comments:

  1. 내 한국 이름은 태양입니다October 10, 2014 at 7:03 PM

    But their songs are really good like money in the building will always be my party jam

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  2. He is such a sweetheart and I freaking love his persoanlity. Happy he is reciving so much love .:) Wishing you all the best .

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  3. I'm fed up with people thinking it's so easy to be a Big Three idol. It's much, much more difficult to get accepted into SM/YG/JYP, let alone debut as their idol star, than it is for trainees of less strong companies. Otherwise everyone would just go to SM/YG/JYP, because, let's face it, they make superstars.

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  4. IntenseFeelings_UglySobbingOctober 10, 2014 at 7:04 PM

    Do well. They are all really kind and funny. I hope they succeed.

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  5. good for him, he is getting popular

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  6. Honestly being from big three means people have higher expectations its not easy if u let them down u get get shitloads of hate n backlash....

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  7. He truly deserves it. Actually, all of MIB deserves it. They're such hard workers, and they make brilliant music.



    Continue to succeed, M.I.B.!!

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  8. "6. [+635, -7] I'm sure there are a lot of talented kids like Kangnam out there, just that they're all under powerless companies that are never given opportunities."


    Very true. You miss a lot of great music and charming idols if you only pay attention to the Big 3.

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  9. Kangnam pre debut
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kmoKsoLHhI

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  10. 4. [+697, -10] Even if Kangnam has gotten this popular through varieties, if he wants to get popular as a singer, he needs a good song. Look at ZE:A, for example. Kwanghee and Hyungshik both got popular off of variety shows and Siwan's in acting with high public recognition and yet their songs still fail as a group. Now that you have the public recognition, go make a good song to live up to it.

    This guy needs too listen to this

    Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8eQf0XsCao

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  11. all i can say to him is- please, please, please dont fuck it up.

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  12. its like every other rookie is better than exo , especially in variety. i like many rookies this year. many of them so underrated.

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  13. I'm BEYOND happy with all this attention he's getting.

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  14. A lot of non-Big 3 idols (Hyorin, the Boyfriend twins, Hyuna, Gyuri, Zico, Raina, Woori) were already under the Big 3 and left to debut somewhere else. They were already good enough to get into those companies, they just decided not to stay.

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  15. 100% agree!!!!!!!!!!! it's seriously just like college. if you graduate from harvard or some ivy league university OF COURSE EVERYTHING WILL WORK OUT FOR YOU (or things will be easier for you). you did work your butt off to get INTO and to STAAAAY in that college. i know this analog is a little to extreme but damn, this is just the same as idol companies.

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  16. its more like brainwashed (?) i mean..like i said before. its like buying an apple product...or a mark of camera. for example, everybody buys certain mark even though there are better out there. people will still buy it because the mark is "good" even though the product could sucks....you can say " i have something from that mark.." ... SM , YG has come this far because fans support them.

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  17. but at least they get attention and they're known and they have fans. id rather have fans/money/fame with hate and backlash than to never become successful in the first place.

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  18. Let's be honest, is not easy to get to them or to train with them but once debuted most of the time they have guaranteed success. Stans from these companies start supporting their groups as soon as they come out. Whereas idols from smaller companies have it just as hard in trainning plus the struggles of reaching fame after debut.

    FYI not everyone tries to get into those 3. I remember Seunghyun from FTIsland spoke about it once, he was going to sign up with SM but the contract terms scared the shit out of him, having clauses like "they have rights to your body" and such. He spoke about this on Shindong's show btw lol.

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  19. FREAKING "MEN IN BLACK"!


    Congratulations and I hope you get some hot girlz for all the attention!


    ...make them pancakes, i hear they like that sort of thing...

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  20. 5. [+657, -4] So sad that he can't sleep because he's afraid this dream will be over... I'm sure all celebrities who receive sudden fame and attention feel the same but it's sad anyway ㅠ He will get hurt once it fades but I hope he doesn't get too hurt by the industry and continues to promote as fine as he is now ><



    i hope his group ends up gaining even more popularity from this. i just want everyone to succeed but it's just not possible ;;

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  21. That's true, but I'm sure most will agree that they're in minority and that a whole bunch of idols would give anything to become part of the big three.

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  22. Comments are so nice and supportive until you fuck up

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  23. >2. [+4,957, -219] Thank you Kangnam for getting rid of my bias on Japanese men. You've shown me just how happy and positive someone can be. I'd like to meet a Japanese man myself someday.

    Ah, this makes me really happy. Even if it's just a few people at a time, I'm glad people are realizing they had prejudices/biases and are learning to look beyond that :) So happy for Kangnam!!

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  24. Lol please half of sm kids were street casted cause they were good looking. Sehun friggin got casted eating ddukbokki. I mean come on now.

    Suzy was casted in a bathroom cause she was pretty. Khun was also street casted.

    The only company who may legit pick trainees based on actual talent is YG. You don't hear about street castings from them. CL had to legit audition and had in CDs before she was finally accepted. Gdragon has music experience as a kid before he was casted. Even sandara park had a whole career in Philippines before she was casted

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  25. 2. [+4,957, -219] Thank you Kangnam for getting rid of my bias on Japanese men. You've shown me just how happy and positive someone can be. I'd like to meet a Japanese man myself someday.
    You stop judging people because of their race.

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  26. i think in a perfect/fair world this would be true... yet for some reason the big 3 keep debuting rather lacking idols with good looks while rejecting so many talented idols who do well in other companies.

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  27. Yeah, nothing like a big magnifying glass on the "FUCK UP"...you know just to see how they did it. LOL

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  28. im just so awed at the up votes :,)
    kangnam and takuya needs more recognition

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  29. Yeah, u should have some kind of luck factors to survive in the entertainment industry.. and then, hard work gonna pay u..

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  30. So, you honestly think that the training is equally hard in both big three and less known companies? I can't believe anyone would seriously think that. There is a reason why the Big Three are known are The Big Three. They certainly did not earn that title overnight.

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  31. It's not like college since that implies the BIg 3 is the best of the best with the most talented people, which is obviously BS

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  32. also mib has good songs it's just i thought they were a khip hop group than idols back in the days when i got into them like aziatics type or oneway.

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  33. honestly, a lot of times getting into the big3 is more a question of LUCK than just skills. A lot of nugus are sadly really talented but no one gives them a chance and a lot of idols from the big3 are just filler members and get a crazy amount of attention

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  34. yeah every idol faces hardship. sm idols have to perform on injuries and have to work without rest because of busy schedules.
    all idols work hard, it's just a matter of who succeeds and who gets nothing in return for their work.

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  35. well why wouldnt training be equally hard in all companies? arent they all essentially training to be the same thing?
    the big 3 title is an artifact title from their legacy of famous earlier groups.

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  36. Are you serious? Yes it is, have you heard about other artists trainning days stories, is not only trainees in these 3 companies that have it tough.

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  37. Lol, please, people get casted for their good looks, true, but they are not guaranteed debut, they are just invited to one simple audition. Out of millions potential idols the companies cast on streets, how many do you think get eliminated? Use your brain.

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  38. Looks too. Let's face it, there's a very specific look that SM and to an extent JYP go for, and if you don't fit it or your face can't be operated on to fit it, your chances of getting in are much lower. There's a reason the term "SMface" exists.

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  39. lol yeah because they started earlier and have more resources . Thats why they're the big3.
    Id even argue that the training process in nugu companies is even harder because they have to deal with so much shit

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  40. People need to stop acting like people in the BIg 3 are somehow superior in any way to people in smaller companies. It's all luck or having the right look or being in the right place at the right time. They make superstars because people become stans of companies for some weird reason and love everything they push out, not because their idols are great.

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  41. But according to my understanding, Hyorin was 'thrown' out of JYP and with Hyuna's health issues she was also 'thrown' out of WG. I know Zico was on SM and I read somewhere (don't know if it's true or not) that he was replaced by Minho.

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  42. Im so happy for MIB and kangnam TT

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  43. I'm not the type to believe in things without any logical proof, so I don't really fall for such things. All I know is that hard work gives results and that SM, YG and JYP are not on top for no good reason.

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  44. lmao, welcome to east asia.

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  45. Even BIG 3 seems to know how important variety show for their idols. Even though idol didn't go regularly to popular show, they just have different method of creating a dedicated variety/reality show for their idols. It worked for Big Bang, 2NE1, Winner and Ikon. Even Akmu got popular from Kpop Star.

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  46. were not arguing that sm, yg, and jyp idols dont work hard because they do. we're just saying that ALL trainees work hard and that big 3 trainees arent special

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  47. What would you consider "logical proof" like do you actually want to see pictures of them sweating their tears away? lol So basically you would believe the stories from one of the big 3 trainees and not from a smaller company? What logic is this..?

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  48. Agreed, especially since he's a foreigner and ESPECIALLY since he's a Japanese at that.

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  49. Not to be rude but some of you need a history lesson. The Big Three aren't more powerful and well-known because their idols and trainees are inherently more talented or train harder. They're more powerful because they're older, more established and have a greater financial backing.

    Idols from small companies also train very hard, and work long schedules. You know what they lack? Money. Money and power over the media.

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  50. Wait did he mention EXO on purpose? that fucked up wth..

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  51. all entertainment companies, including yg take face into account. i think everyone forgets that there are more people in sm than yg that got bashed for their looks before.

    and talent is useless without star quality, tbh. plus all three of them filter out the hopeless ones who are only a face and no talent.

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  52. Honestly if at one of my next lives I could become an idol I would hope to debut under one of the big 3 .

    Spoiler : i would expose all the secrets and behind the scenes and post them here on NB. Just wait for me KPOP

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  53. Street casting doesn't mean you automatically get in. You still have to go through auditions and if you do well, only then, you get accepted.


    Besides, gold people came in SM that way. Jonghyun was street casted, Seohyun and Changmin as well, even Sehun is a really good dancer.

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