K-pop trainee calls out the industry for its toxic culture

"They're like, 'We don't want muscles. We just want you to lose weight and look skinny.'" She was on her way to becoming a K-pop idol. Now, she's calling out the industry for its toxic culture.

06/06/2021 4:58 PM


  • Sanjida K.
    3 days

    And why are we blaming kpop industries . We made them toxics bcs fans wants there idol to be perfect , we want beautiful, skinny . Fans don't like fatty idols. This is the reality. That's why , kpop idols have to maintain everything only for their fans

  • Sanjida K.
    3 days

    Well if we want to achieve anything we have sacrifice and do hard work . This is not only for kpop idols ,in every job we have to sacrifice and do hardwork. And toxicity exists everywhere but if you really want to achieve your dream and know yourself thn you have to adjust everywhere💕

  • Ode G.
    6 days

    Well, She just wasn't ready to be a kpop idol. that's it.

  • Marian E.
    10/17/2021 04:34

    I saw Crayon Pop for a quick second \m/😍😍😍😍🐧🐧🐧🐧

  • Samira E.
    10/13/2021 21:05

    Lol no one pushed them into it Stop complaining

  • Den M.
    10/13/2021 04:45

    This is the reality.

  • Mary J.
    10/10/2021 07:14

    Kpop is Korea's soft power. It's a political weapon. Don't expect things to be easy. It's way more than a show and music

  • Amoli B.
    10/05/2021 14:04

    Kpop culture it sucks anyway they have lose weight so much , and don't like it,it's too much of tin , it's luk like a as if they are scarcity of food. And the company treat them like a dog, I don't like if someone control me.

  • Stella J.
    10/05/2021 10:02

    She didn't tell us how much you have to weigh😔😔.I want to know 😁

  • Matin A.
    10/04/2021 03:33

    K-pop is a tool designed by Korean leaders to spread the Korean culture abroad and make money from it. Music is a political tool for these people

  • Partei C.
    10/03/2021 20:04

    I fully support you... I choose normal life rather than glamour world of Celebrities life

  • Hannie B.
    10/01/2021 04:48


  • Bernadette B.
    09/27/2021 11:34

    tingnan mo te

  • Amitha S.
    09/26/2021 03:05

    How about blackpink lisa come from thailand and she adopt every inch of korean culture instead criticize korean culture and she respect seniors ..

  • Laura S.
    09/26/2021 00:00

    I like k-pop and music in general and follow artists. However, I would never ever put an idol over myself. It’s not realistic. Love them and their music but don’t invest life, blood, and happiness to follow an illusion.

  • Joy P.
    09/25/2021 09:37

    They wanted a robot. Not an artist.

  • ă‚žăƒ„ăƒȘケ ヹ.
    09/22/2021 23:49

    audition + traine

  • Benedetta P.
    09/22/2021 07:02

    Hi love kepop

  • Sara E.
    09/17/2021 01:56

    If it's not for you, it's not for you. That doesn't make it toxic or even that other people in it believe that it's toxic. It's a job, just like any other.

  • Jo-An B.
    09/14/2021 12:26

    One part is, let's say you're one privilege in ur company, ceo nd bosses like you, gave u many opportunities, BIG part of u don't want to walk awayđŸ˜¶ so many had stay. Now they r the successful kpop idols. However if you're just an average trainee and didn't get favor from the company its easier to walk away. That's the true nature of ppol. We let go of things when it didn't work out. SO YES IT'S PRETTY TOXIC. 😐😐😐

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