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Stylists in the K-Pop scene are either hated or loved.

It's a tough job. However, for this particular stylist, he seems to be receiving a lot of love from Big Hit Entertainment fans for doing a great job at dressing the artists but also is receiving a bit of nagging as the fans want to see the artists dressed up equally well in domestic promotion photos.

TXT's outfits for Japan promotions have been causing domestic fans, MOA, and netizens of a popular online community to both marvel at how amazing they look in Japanese promotion photos and demand stylists to dress them in the same manner for domestic promotions as well.

Back in 2019, Big Hit Entertainment showed a lot of interest in a stylist known as Andee Kang (Kang SungDo).

According to various reports, Andee Kang is currently the main stylist for TXT, and it seems that he's doing quite a splendid job in dressing the boys.

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

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TXT members were seen in grey toned blazers and FILA gear for the Japanese promotion photos.

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

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The sporty look is a great look, especially for the season.

 

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

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And, of course, suited up in grey, TXT can do no wrong.

 

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

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Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

Big Hit Entertainment

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

Big Hit Entertainment

This release will reportedly have six versions in total, while the CD contains three tracks, 'Drama', 'Everlasting Shine', and 'Can't You See Me?'.

The first version is First Press Limited Edition A, second version is First Press Limited Edition B, third version is First Press Limited Edition C, and the fourth version is a regular release, the fifth version is Weverse Shop Japan Limited Edition, and sixth version is the Universal Music Store Limited Edition.

The first two versions will include DVD's, while the third version will contain a thirty six page photo book. The fourth, fifth, and sixth version is a regular release with only the CD.

 

Below are some of the reactions from domestic fans and netizens.

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

Nate Pann

"We like those things too."

 

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

Nate Pann

"Do they think only Japanese fans have eyes?"

 

Domestic MOA Want TXT Stylists To Put Same Effort In To Domestic Promotions As Japan

Nate Pann

"TXT are always so well dressed."

The outfits really do seem to be well put together, and would naturally spark envy from domestic fans in South Korea. What do you think about TXT's outfits for their Japanese release promotions?

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